Install OnlyOffice Document Server on Ubuntu 16

Step 1: Install ONLYOFFICE Document Server

Please note that OnlyOffice document server requires at least 2GB of RAM. An additional 2GB of swap space is recommended. OnlyOffice document server depends on PostgreSQL, Node.js, Redis Server, RabbitMQ server and Nginx. The following steps are tested on a Ubuntu 16.04 server but should also be applicable to other Debian-based Linux distributions.

Install PostgreSQL from Ubuntu repository

sudo apt install postgresql

Then create the onlyoffice database.

sudo -u postgres psql -c "CREATE DATABASE onlyoffice;"

Create the onlyoffice user.

sudo -u postgres psql -c "CREATE USER onlyoffice WITH password 'onlyoffice';"

Grant permission.

sudo -u postgres psql -c "GRANT ALL privileges ON DATABASE onlyoffice TO onlyoffice;"

Install NodeJS from official repository

OnlyOffice document server requires nodejs 6.9.1+, but the version in Ubuntu repository is outdated, so we will need to install the latest LTS version (6.9.5) of Node.js from upstream repository.

Add Node.js repostiory.

curl -sL https://deb.nodesource.com/setup_6.x | sudo -E bash -

Install Node.js.

sudo apt install nodejs

Check Node.js version.

node -v

Sample output:

v6.9.5

Install Redis server and Rabbitmq

sudo apt install redis-server rabbitmq-server

Check their status.

systemctl status redis-server
systemctl status rabbitmq-server

You should see they are active (running).  If rabbitmq-server failed to start, that’s mostly because of low memory on the machine.

Install OnlyOffice document server

Add OnlyOffice repository with the following command.

echo "deb http://download.onlyoffice.com/repo/debian squeeze main" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/onlyoffice.list

Import OnlyOffice public key.

sudo apt-key adv --keyserver hkp://keyserver.ubuntu.com:80 --recv-keys CB2DE8E5

Update local package index and install OnlyOffice document server. Note that Nginx will be installed as the web server so you might need to stop Apache if it’s running.

sudo apt update
sudo apt install onlyoffice-documentserver

During the installation process, you will be asked to enter PostgreSQL password for onlyoffice. Enter “onlyoffice” (without double quotes).

Once the installation is finished, enter your server’s public IP address in web browser, you should see “Document Server is running”

Step 2 – Generate SSL Letsencrypt

For this tutorial, we will run the Document Server on the secure HTTPS protocol, and we will generate new SSL certificates from lets encrypt.

Install the Certbot tool for generating SSL Letsencrypt certificates using the apt command below.

sudo apt install certbot

Next, generate new SSL certificates using certbot command below, and make sure to change the domain name and the email address with your own.

certbot certonly --standalone --agree-tos -m email@tweenpath.net -d tweenpath.net

Once the certbot command is completed, your SSL certificates will be located at the /etc/letsencrypt/live/tweenpath.net directory And you’ve successfully generated SSL Letsencrypt using the certbot command-line tool.

Step 3 – Running Document Server on HTTPS

In this step, we will secure the Document Server installation with the HTTPS protocol and using the SSL Letsencrypt and dhparam.

By default, the Document Server provided its virtual host configuration for the Nginx web server, located at the ‘/etc/onlyoffice/documentserver/nginx/’ directory.

First, stop the Nginx service using the systemctl command below.

systemctl stop nginx

Now go to the ‘/etc/onlyoffice/documentserver/nginx/’ directory and copy the virtualhost template configuration for the Document Server for SSL ‘ds-ssl.conf.tmpl’ to the ‘ds.conf’.

cd /etc/onlyoffice/documentserver/nginx/
cp ds-ssl.conf.tmpl ds.conf

Now edit the Document Server configuration ‘ds.conf’ using vim editor.

vim ds.conf

On the ssl_certificate and ssl_certificate_key options, change the path with your SSL certificates path.

ssl_certificate /etc/letsencrypt/live/onlyoffice.hakase-labs.io/fullchain.pem;
ssl_certificate_key /etc/letsencrypt/live/onlyoffice.hakase-labs.io/privkey.pem;

Save and close. Next, test the Nginx configuration and make sure there is no error, then start the Nginx service.

nginx -t
systemctl restart nginx

As a result, the Document Server is now running on the HTTPS secure connection with the SSL from Letsencrypt.

Src:
https://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-install-onlyoffice-document-server-on-debian-10/
https://www.linuxbabe.com/ubuntu/integrate-onlyoffice-owncloud-nextcloud

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