i managed to install owncloud version 8 over the preinstalled version of Mail-in-a-Box. I had to do it, because i wasn’t able to figure out the admin password for owncloud. In the install-script you use a random password
adminpassword=$(dd if=/dev/random bs=1 count=40 2>/dev/null | sha1sum | fold -w 30 | head -n 1)
And you do not grant admin rights to any other user. Therefore no one can administer the apps and settings.
I understand and agree, that you want to keep it simple, but i wanted to use rainloop instead of roundcube. roundcube is a dinosaur (quote from the roundcube blog) and the future moves toward rainloop.net, mailpile.is or whiteout.io - because of openPGP.js and others
The integration of rainloop was really easy - copy in the app folder and check “autologin with owncloud credential”.
so here my questions:
a) store owncloud admin user password - now or in the future?
or grant admin rights to the first real user ?
b) opinion about rainloop integration
thank you for the nice piece of software.