Open Source ownCloud Alternatives for Linux

    There are many alternatives to ownCloud for Linux if you are looking for a replacement. The best open source Linux alternative is Nextcloud. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 100 alternatives to ownCloud and many of them are open source and available for Linux so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting open source Linux alternatives to ownCloud are Seafile (Freemium, Open Source), IPFS (Free, Open Source), Cozy (Freemium, Open Source) and Pydio (Freemium, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Nov 22, 2021

      • FreeOpen Source
      • Mac
      • Windows
      • Linux
      gitfs is a FUSE file system that fully integrates with Git. You can mount a remote repository’s branch locally, and any subsequent changes made to the files will be automatically committed to the remote.
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    1. Syncs files to/from any local enterprise file server. Not cloud-based: CmisSync works on Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems on local area networks (LAN) without Internet.
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    2. Pulse, officially-sanctioned fork of Syncthing , is a free, secure, and distributed file synchronisation engine. Synchronise your files without also sharing them with a stranger in the cloud. Private & secure

      Discontinued

      As announced at https://ind.ie/blog/focus/ , Pulse will no longer be supported, but you can still download it from the official website and use it.

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    3. A full-featured home-hosted Cloud Drive & Personal Assistant. Convert files, create archives, scan for viruses, perform OCR on images or documents, stream media, edit images and more! Compatible with HRC2 Apps!.
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      • FreeOpen Source
      • Linux
      • Self-Hosted
      • JavaScript
      • PHP
      • jQuery
      • Dojo Toolkit
      Advanced file and media manager with rich editors for coding. Comes with shell.
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    4. CopyFS aims to solve a common problem: given a directory, especially one full of configuration files... how to be sure that a person modifying the files will do a backup of the working version first?.

      Discontinued

      Unmaintained per notice at website: http://boklm.eu/copyfs/

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    5. DAViCal is a server for calendar sharing. It is an implementation of the CalDAV protocol which is designed for storing calendaring resources on a remote shared server.
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      • FreeOpen Source
      • Linux
      • Self-Hosted
      Be the Captain of your data. CloudFleet is a device that enables you to communicate securely via email, manages your files, calendar and contacts. Easy to use, keeps your personal data safe and secure and will grow into a smart personal assistant.
    6. Document management system in your server, customizable to your needs. Access your documents with full featured web UI or mount published folders into desktop via WebDAV.
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      • FreeOpen Source
      • Linux
      • openSUSE
      • Fedora
      • Ubuntu
      • Debian
      An user-friendly file sharing tools. Send large files to your friends quickly. Features: 1.It works over the Internet and LAN 2.upnp support, so you can “jump” your firewall in the router 3.very easy to use 4.qt and gtk, no problem!
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