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    Default ownCloud and Dolphin

    I have successfully installed ownCloud 4.04 on my local server. I can access it easily through my browser and even access it through webdav via http://localhost/owncloud/files/webdav.php URL. However, when I try to connect to webdav through Dolphin I get the following error: Unable to connect to server. Please check your settings and try again.

    According to the ownCloud website you do not need to install webdav as ownCloud comes with one (Install | ownCloud.org).

    Does anyone have an idea of what is going on? My main purpose is to do a bulk push of files into ownCloud.

    Thanks!

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    arkascha NNTP User

    Default Re: ownCloud and Dolphin

    Hi,

    > tetmo113 wrote:
    > I have successfully installed ownCloud 4.04 on my local server. I can
    > access it easily through my browser and even access it through webdav
    > via http://localhost/owncloud/files/webdav.php URL. However, when I try
    > to connect to webdav through Dolphin I get the following error: Unable
    > to connect to server. Please check your settings and try again.


    I just tried myself and had no problems connecting. I copied a file, it
    immediately showed up inside owncloud. So all is working fine here.
    Using Dolphin-2.0@KDE-4.8.4 on an openSuSE-Tumbleweed

    However, I am not sure if you tried the correct url. This is mine:
    webdavs://<my.server.name>/files/webdav.php/
    Note the protocol webdavs (or webdav) instead of http.

    > According to the ownCloud website you do not need to install webdav as
    > ownCloud comes with one ('Install | ownCloud.org'
    > (http://owncloud.org/support/install/)).


    For the above url to work you must have the kio slave for webdav installed.
    These have little to do with a server side webdav implementation. However
    those are part of the core kde libs, so unless you self compiled they should
    be installed. Check for them:
    grep -rni webdav /usr/share/kde4/services/

    --
    arkascha

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