EteSync 2.0 (Etebase) Server Installation Guide for Ubuntu

EteSync 2.0 (Etebase) Server Installation Guide for Ubuntu

This tutorial shows how to install EteSync server on Ubuntu. EteSync is an open-source, end-to-end encryption solution for syncing your calendars, contacts, tasks and notes. You should use the latest stable version of MariaDB, which is 10.5, because there will be problems if you run EteSync with MariaDB 10.3. To install the latest stable version, run the following commands to add the MariaDB repository on Ubuntu 20.04.

Step 1: Install the Latest Stable Version of MariaDB Server on Ubuntu By default, EteSync stores user information in SQLite database. If you prefer to use MariaDB, follow the instructions below. Step 2: Create a Database and User for EteSync in MariaDB Database Server Step 3: Install EteSync 2.0 Server on Ubuntu Install Python3 virtual environment creator and some package-building tools. Step 4: Run EteSync as a Systemd Service Step 5: Set Up Reverse Proxy Now we need to set up a reverse proxy for the Django application, so later we can access EteSync via a domain name and easily enable HTTPS. We can use Apache or Nginx to accomplish this. Step 6: Enable HTTPS Step 7: Create User Accounts

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