From there you will be greeted with the Pydio configuration page.
On that page, start off by setting up “Admin access”.
If the configuration is correct, you will have this message: “Connection established! ” Pydio is now setup and ready for you to login with the Administrator account.
distinct operating systems: Windows, OS X, Linux, …and Free BSD.
That last one surprised me, since they don’t even advertise their Free BSD support that much on the Haskell Platform website.
If you prefer this, go to the Binary distribution section.
Luckily, the Haskell Platform exists as a Free BSD port.
Installing the Haskell Platform is quicker and less painful, but it is updated less frequently.
If you prefer this, go to the Haskell Platform section.I give credit to Ensconc3 from the Free NAS forums for providing the initial foundation that this tutorial was built on.This configuration will disable networking, which you won’t need since Pydio and My SQL will be in the same jail/system.Note: output_buffering may be listed twice in the file.I’d recommend searching through the file and commenting those out.You’ll have to modify this if you plan to have them on separate systems or jails.