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NB: This script only supports debian O/S, and debian based distributions (ubuntu etc). The script requires systemctl and apt which is present in all newer distributions. This script will probably not work as intended on Debian below v7 and Ubuntu below 14. A while back I created a script that will: Check if Apache and/or Nginx is running, and if running stop them. Disable UFW (firewall). Flush iptables. Check if certbot is installed, and if not, install it. Check if certificate is located in the emby directory, and if found, delete it. Ask
Im using Linux Ubuntu 16.04 64 bit and Asustor AS-604T ADM 3.2.1 This requires you do own a domain and have create a Lets Encrypt certificate! Following ports should be open: 80, 443, 8096 and 8920 1. Login to ADM web interface > Settings > Certificate Manager - Click on Export Certificate. 2. Extract certificate.zip and open the folder certifiate 3. right click in the folder - select open terminal 4. enter the command: * Please change the name of the give-me-a-name.pfx * After execution of this command you will be prompted to create a password, this is recommanded! openssl pkcs12
carlbme posted a topic in General/WindowsI purchased my own domain certificate and then I had a crazy time trying to figure out why my pfx file wouldn't work. After much reading around it seemed that in order to make it work I had to use a pfx file (cert+private key) with no password in place. For me this wasn't an option, as I'm crazy paranoid that by creating this it would then be possible for someone to get their hands on it and then somehow and then be able to compromise my sites (wildcard cert). So instead, I made Emby work with a secure pfx file. Here is my howto.... Requirements: Active Directory enabled domain A Windows
I am running MB3 server through omv (debian). I updated and got the latest Beta with https support. I have a StartSSL cert I use for external access in omv. I created a pfx and have loaded it into MB3, but I get an exception when MB3 tries to load the certificate. 2015-02-12 22:07:51.0890 Info - HttpServer: Adding HttpListener prefix http://+:8096/ 2015-02-12 22:07:51.0890 Info - HttpServer: Adding HttpListener prefix https://+:8920/ 2015-02-12 22:07:51.0954 Info - HttpServer: attempting to load pfx: /media/1a89ed0c-663f-4cc7-84fe-f841d48fb61e/MediaBrowser/dean1120.net.pfx 2015-02