@privsec I enabled all modules you were showing in the screenshots but I cannot reproduce the log file issue. Is there anything else you configured? Also can you check via the webterminal what the permissions of the log file in question are?
First of all, PLEASE DON'T USE PICTURES / SCREENSHOTS FOR LOGS!
This makes the information inaccessible to some users (for example blind ones) and also it's a pain to read.
Simply copy the output press the Code Button
And put your copy-paste here.
@privsec simply said, you are using the shell incorrectly as pointed out by @fbartels
@privsec : are these problems stem-ing from the encruption plugin ? Rather than Nextcloud itself.
I have used NextCloud for 5+ years and I struggle to remember any problems at all.
It is certainly possible. I really don't want data stored unencrypted but it is looking like that is the only option.
All my data is stored on Wasabi, and they do have data stored at rest, but they store the encryption keys in meta data (from what I recall)
Rarely problems, and if any, I was able to solve them via the occ tool - thought I stayed away from encryption as my server is at home with nextcloud on an encrypted home folder so I don't need e2e encryption on top of that.
Also, activate only the really necessary addons.
Ill have to look into the OCC tool, hopefully all my data isn't lost.
@privsec Onlyoffice should have a similar interface to edit what can connect to it. IDK if using the mobile app is security friendly however. Test as you need, make sure it doesn't open you up to attack
Like can there be a memory within cloudron of all subdomains used and when it comes time to renew, just renew it on all of those subdomains?
That's the current behavior. It only renews domains that are in use in Cloudron. AFAIK, there is no way to tell Let's Encrypt to "forget a subdomain" that we had gotten a certificate before. This is the reason why you get the reminder emails from Let's Encrypt about old domains.