Blogpost qui décrit comment configurer Nextcloud 12 dans une jail FreeBSD 11.
I figured this would be a optimal solution for files that I might need access to unexpectedly, on computers where I am not in complete control. My Nextcloud instance is externally accessible, and yet if someone were to get inside my Jail, I could rest easy knowing they still didn’t have access to the rest of my host server. I chronicled the setup process including jail setup using iocage, https with Lets Encrypt, and full setup of the web stack.
iocage is a jail/container manager amalgamating some of the best features and technologies the FreeBSD operating system has to offer. It is geared for ease of use with a simple and easy to understand command syntax.
The project is positioned as a single integrated tool of comprehensive solution for building and deploying virtual environments quickly with pre-defined software sets with minimal configuration.
No extra OS functionality has been exposed yet, and everything that CBSD can do, you could also run manually with tens or hundreds of commands in the CLI using the underlying utilities (Not that you would want to!)
Finch is FreeBSD running inside a chroot. Finch is best used as a way to extend the functionality of restricted USB-based FreeBSD distributions, usually FreeNAS and NAS4Free. For added convenience, Finch also includes the qjail jails management tool. Since FreeBSD jails are such a popular request.