Long story short, I installed both of the aforementioned programs on my Raspberry Pi but, in doing so, I was able to navigate to only ownCloud. After doing some digging around the internets, I found the solution.
As smithg400 on Raspberry Pi’s forums pointed-out, both WebIDE and ownCloud listen for connections on port 80 of their local networks, and that the solution is to change one of them; in this case, the default port for WebIDE.
To do that, open a Terminal window and navigate to the config directory of the WebIDE installation folder by typing
You want to change the port number to something else. In this case, I changed it from “80” to “8080”, like this:
CTRL + X
to exit, then type Y
to accept the changes. Now open a browser and log-in like you normally would to WebIDE. Just type in your RPi’s address followed by the port, like this: 192.168.
For more detail: Using both ownCloud and Adafruit’s WebIDE on the Raspberry Pi