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Mozilla Sync

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Mozilla Sync
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Mozilla Sync
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Mozilla Sync
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Depends on  ownCloud 6
Downloads:  6495
Submitted:  Nov 14 2013
Updated:  Feb 11 2014

Description:

Mozilla Sync is a simple ownCloud app integrating the Mozilla Sync API in an ownCloud server. It allows users to synchronize Firefox data (e.g. bookmarks, passwords, history,...) using their ownCloud server. This app is a fork of mjaskurzynski's mozilla_sync app, which was not developed anymore.

Please look at the README.md and inside the docs/ folder for setup instructions, hints and configuration options.

Please use the GitHub issue tracker to report problems instead of the comment section here.




Changelog:

v1.4: 2014-02-11
* IMPORTANT: Incompatible with ownCloud 6.0.0! ownCloud 5.x and ownCloud 6.0.1 work fine.
* Added compatibility for iOS Foxbrowser app
* Added new interface and backend to store Sync email independently of ownCloud's recovery email
* Use correct precision, scale decimal type for database
* More robust URL parsing
* More lightweight HTML layout
* Less but better debug output on errors
* Improved README

v1.3.1: 2013-12-21
* Database sortindex column fix
* Fix last sync date on personal page
* Updated translations

v1.3: 2013-12-17
* LDAP authentication works now
* Show same usage/quota as Firefox browser
* Feedback for changes in admin panel
* Show installed app version in admin panel
* DB backend updates and fixes
* Updated Readme

v1.2.4: 2013-12-14
* Workaround for ownCloud database bug
* Better debug output for invalid storage requests
* Updated translations

v1.2.3: 2013-12-13
* Fix not null contraint in database
* Updated translations

v1.2.2: 2013-12-09
* Fix quota bug in ownCloud 6
* Change settings and admin page for ownCloud 6

v1.2.1: 2013-12-08
* Fix quota display in admin panel
* Improved error logging
* Updated translations

v1.2: 2013-12-05
* Restrict to group feature added to Admin Page
* Quota feature added to Admin Page
* Sync status added to Personal Page
* Delete server storage added to Personal Page
* Extended README, added manuals and documentation
* Add debug output to ownCloud log
* Remove PHP warnings from ownCloud log
* Check for duplicate email addresses
* Fix SQLite incompatability
* Updated translations

v1.1.1: 2013-11-17
* Added support for LDAP user backend (issue #23)
* Remove not-null constraint from ttl DB column
* Updated README and INSTALL files
* Updated translations

v1.1: 2013-11-14
* Added working support for Firefox on Android
* ownCloud 6.0 compatible
* Added support for quota and size queries
* Added missing output formats
* Omit unnecessary fields in response
* Other bug fixes

v1.0: 2013-03-16
* Initial version developed by Michal Jaskurzynski




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 session mix up?!

 
 by blackm on: Jan 31 2014
 
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Hello,

for a long time I use OC (now 6.0.1) and mozilla_sync; it was working without problems but since a few days I see the following message:

{"app":"core","message":"Session loginname (Martin) doesn't match SERVER[PHP_AUTH_USER] (jgx64yiarqj23wk4g6akeja2n7uaj6lb).","level":2,"time":"2014-01-31T02:59:56+01:00"}

For me this looks like the my web session and the session of the sync service get mixed up.

Did anyone say this before? Any idea where to start debugging?

Thanks & best regards

Martin


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 Re: session mix up?!

 
 by ogasser on: Feb 1 2014
 
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This seems to be a problem with your webserver or its .htaccess settings. The error message is generated by the ownCloud core, not by Mozilla Sync.


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 Re: Re: session mix up?!

 
 by blackm on: Feb 4 2014
 
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It is either from core or mozilla_sync...the message is from core but the username displayed from mozilla_sync...this is the part where I get confused.

The effect of this message is that I cannot login through the webinterface any more.


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 New version of sync

 
 by renaud1974 on: Feb 4 2014
 
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Mozilla decided to add a new version of sync for the new versions, which adds some incompatibility issues...
https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/how-sync-works-old-version-firefox?as=u&utm_source=inproduct


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 Re: New version of sync

 
 by ogasser on: Feb 5 2014
 
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We are aware that Mozilla is working on a new Sync protocol, see also this issue on Github:

https://github.com/owncloud/mozilla_sync/issues/33

The Mozilla docs explicitly say that ``a community supported, self-hosted version of the old Sync will continue to be included in Firefox releases.'' So we are not doomed, yet.


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 Where is Doc Folder?

 
 by auroraskyes on: Feb 23 2014
 
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Where is the doc folder described here?

"Please look at the README.md and inside the doc/ folder for setup instructions, hints and configuration options."


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 Re: Where is Doc Folder?

 
 by ogasser on: Feb 23 2014
 
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The docs folder is right below the mozilla_sync root when you unzip the archive. I updated the description.


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 successfully configured, but not syncing onAndroid

 
 by karolskolar on: Feb 28 2014
 
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Hi,
I have issue with running sync on Android.
I have sucessfully configured sync on desktop FF instances and its working.
For Android devices, I have configured RC4-SHA SSLCipherSuite in Apache by adding these lines into virtualhosts files as noticed in documentation:
SSLCipherSuite RC4-SHA:AES128-SHA:HIGH:!aNULL:!MD5
SSLHonorCipherOrder on

There is no error in "apache2ctl -t" command output.
When I`m trying to add Android device to sync, i`m not able to add it throught advanced setup (using custom server and recovery key), because wizard is returning "Please enter a valid URL of the server". But the same URL is working on destop FF.
So I tried to configured it throught Pair My Device and it succesfully add FF sync account into Android and it looks that sync is working, but no new bookmarks in Android device and no errors :(.
Could you please give me any advice?
What exactly should be in apache conf file / virtualhost file to activate supported SSLCipherSuite?
Where could be problem?

I`m using Debian Stable with Apache and SQLite and Mozilla Sync 1.4 from github.

Thank you.
Karol


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 successfully configured, but not syncing onAndroid

 
 by karolskolar on: Feb 28 2014
 
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Hi,
I have issue with running sync on Android.
I have sucessfully configured sync on desktop FF instances and its working.
For Android devices, I have configured RC4-SHA SSLCipherSuite in Apache by adding these lines into virtualhosts files as noticed in documentation:
SSLCipherSuite RC4-SHA:AES128-SHA:HIGH:!aNULL:!MD5
SSLHonorCipherOrder on

There is no error in "apache2ctl -t" command output.
When I`m trying to add Android device to sync, i`m not able to add it throught advanced setup (using custom server and recovery key), because wizard is returning "Please enter a valid URL of the server". But the same URL is working on destop FF.
So I tried to configured it throught Pair My Device and it succesfully add FF sync account into Android and it looks that sync is working, but no new bookmarks in Android device and no errors :(.
Could you please give me any advice?
What exactly should be in apache conf file / virtualhost file to activate supported SSLCipherSuite?
Where could be problem?

I`m using Debian Stable with Apache and SQLite and Mozilla Sync 1.4 from github.

Thank you.
Karol


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 Re: successfully configured, but not syncing onAnd

 
 by ogasser on: Mar 1 2014
 
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So there are two possible sources for this error which I can think of:
1. You use a self-signed SSL certificate and was not successfully added to Androids certificate store.
2. Sync on Android doesn't support SNI (an extension for SSL). To cope with this you have to make your ownCloud host the default host in your apache config.

If you still experience problems, please open an issue on Github.


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 Re: Re: successfully configured, but not syncing o

 
 by karolskolar on: Mar 4 2014
 
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thank you.
it's still not working, so I'm creating an issue on github.

Karol


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