Posted on 08 August 2015 – 3 minute read
I’ve been an avid user of ownCloud for some time now currently running 3 instances, and it’s a great platform, especially as I’m somewhat draconian about privacy and allowing 3rd-parties access to my data.
On one of my home instances, I also have my desktop box running various SMB shares so that I can access the likes of video and music via my Raspberry Pi media streaming systems, and also my ebooks and applications repository for easy network installs or reading in various rooms… ownCloud has performed great for accessing these and I’ve been able to share those SMB shares via the external storage feature so that I can access things on the go too from the likes of my iPhone.
So, like many others, when ownCloud 8.1 was released, I upgraded. Whilst the main upgrade itself went smoothly (2 of my instances are installed via Debian packages, the other via ownCloud / manually on a CentOS box), I found that I was unable to login to 2 of my instances from the official iOS ownCloud app with a
It is not possible to connect to the server at this time error message.