October 27, 2016, 2:06pm
I have the latest version of Yunohost. I managed to install other apps successfully, but while Baikal seems to be installed correctly, after install when I visit
mydomain.com/baikal or mydomain.com/baikal/admin, I get a 404 error.
I have literally no idea what I can do. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks a lot in advance,
I have the same behaviour on my new server yunohost.
What do you do to fix it ?
November 8, 2016, 2:21pm
Sorry for the late reply. Not sure if you got my reply via email.
So for everyone: unfortunately I did not really find a fix. Rather, I just uninstalled and reinstalled Baikal, and everything went smoothly.
Thanks for your answer.
Reinstall doesn’t work for me… I choose to use owncloud contact and calendar app.
Thanks for all
I had this problem too and solved it by uninstalling nextcloud then reinstalling baikal. After that I could reinstall nextcloud.
I think there is some sort of conflict between the calendar service in nextcloud and baikal
February 20, 2017, 5:34pm
@ethanxrosen: did you lost your data when uninstalling then reinstalling baikal and nextcloud? (contacts, calendars, files)
@aoz I did this right after a fresh install of yunohost so I didn’t have any data to lose. Unfortunately I can’t say… Safest to backup your next cloud data before!