ONLYOFFICE Docs is an online office package whose source code is publicly available on GitHub under the terms of the GNU AGPL v3.0 license. It offers a free community edition with complete editing functionality and commercial versions for businesses and software developers.
ONLYOFFICE Docs comes with collaborative web-based editors for text documents, spreadsheets, presentations and fillable forms that are totally compatible with the Open Office XLM formats (DOCX, XLSX and PPTS). It provides real-time document editing and co-authoring features that can be enabled within a number of sync&share platforms, electronic document management systems and e-learning solutions, such as Nextcloud, Seafile, ownCloud, Nuxeo, Confluence, Alfresco, Redmine, WordPress, Moodle, Chamilo, etc.
Starting from version 7.1, ONLYOFFICE Docs can be installed on Debian-based systems with the 64-bit ARM architecture.
In this guide, you will learn how to install the latest version of ONLYOFFICE Docs and all the necessary components on Ubuntu with ARM64 support and find out about the most popular integration options.
What you’ll learn
This guide describes how to install ONLYOFFICE Docs (ONLYOFFICE Document Server) and all the required dependencies on an ARM64 device with Ubuntu.
What you’ll need
Recommended system requirements:
· 64-bit ARM processor;
· 2 GB of RAM or more;
· At least 40 GB of free disc space;
· No less than 4 GB of swap space;
· Ubuntu 18.04 o 20.04 with ARM64 support.
· PostgreSQL v.12.9 or later;
· NGINX v.1.3.13 or later;
· libstdc++6: versión 4.8.4 or later;