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  • Installation of Collabora

    Note: The usage of Collabora requires a Nextcloud Enterprise Subscription with Collabora option. Without that option, Nextcloud GmbH is not able to give support for Collabora installations.

    Installation of Collabora

    Collabora Productivity provides signed binary packages for 64-bit Linux distributions. Currently, Debian 8 - 10, Ubuntu 16.04 - 20.04, RHEL7 / CentOS 7 (at least 7.2), RHEL 8 / CentOS 8, SLES 12 / 15 and openSUSE Leap 42.3 - 15.x are supported. Nextcloud recommends installing the Collabora service on an Ubuntu 16.04 server. For this reason, the following guide is focusing on Ubuntu. You can access guides for other distributions on the subscription page of our portal .

    For enhanced security and scalability we recommend installing Collabora on a dedicated server, this allows you to add more servers in a load-balancer setup later as well as reduces the attack risk against your Nextcloud installation. For hardware recommendations, we recommend taking a look at our Collabora Hardware Recommendations .