Thanks for the hint ax0n, I'll give NextCloud a try; after all, I wasn't entirely happy with Owncloud anyway, as I had issues uploading large files (100 MB and bigger).
@Mischa: Your diagnosis was correct: I completely forgot that there is some extra work to be done to make PHP/cURL work in jailroot. Besides "/etc/resolv.conf", I also had to copy /etc/ssl/cert.pem /etc/services /etc/php-5.6.ini to /var/www/etc/ to make things work. --Nicolas > Am 22.07.2018 um 19:31 schrieb Mischa <open...@high5.nl>: > > Besides that, in order to provide it an "internet" connection you need to > copy your resolv.conf to /var/www/etc/ > > Mischa > > >> On 22 Jul 2018, at 19:26, Ax0n <a...@h-i-r.net> wrote: >> >> On Jul 22, 2018 10:11, "Nicolas Schmidt" <schmi...@math.hu-berlin.de> wrote: >> >> Hi, >> >> I just installed and configured owncloud on OpenBSD 6.3, and so far >> everything seems to work (except for owncloud complaining about not having >> an internet connection). However, when visiting http://localhost/owncloud/ >> after installation, I was greeted by an unfriendly message telling me that >> owncloud doesn't run properly on OpenBSD. This message didn't go into more >> details, nor could I find anything on owncloud.com or openbsd.org regarding >> this. >> >> So I'm wondering, what's the status of owncloud on OpenBSD? Is it still >> supported? Are there plans to remove support for it in future releases? >> >> Best, >> Nicolas >> >> >> I know this doesn't directly answer your question, but it seems like many >> users (especially within but not limited to the OpenBSD community) started >> preferring NextCloud ( https://nextcloud.com ) which appears to be >> maintained by several of the original OwnCloud developers. >> >> --ax0n