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How to configure WebDAV connections to Seafile storage on a domain in Plesk

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    Norman Beyer

    Thats quite simple when you don`t let confusing by the seafdav webdav docu!

    How about with debian 10. When would it be supported from Plesk?

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    Daniel Martin

    This does not work for us. The seafdav endpoint simply returns a 502 Bad Gateway after restarting the seafile services.

     

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    Ulrich Schütze

    Same here, only a 502 Bad Gateway after restarting the seafile services and / or nginx

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