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So I recently bought a domain and anticipated using Lets Encrypt. I had an extremely difficult time following their tutorials on how to acquire and validate a certificate but I found a YouTube video in which I created a certificate via a LAMP server on Ubuntu. The cert works fine and is verified on the LAMP server but when tried to compile the pem files in the pfx and set it up in advanced settings in my emby server, I cannot connect to my server when the settings are applied. When I remove the cert and the domain in advanced, it works again perfectly with the self signed certificate. Looking for a little help on how to get this working, maybe I didn't approach this correctly? I force all connections to HTTPS and would like to get this working so basically every other device other than a web browser and android OS can access the server.
I currently am using a self signed cert generated through Emby itself until I can figure out how to get a Lets Encrypt cert and ultimately get that working on my server. So when I try and connect with the official Emby Fire TV app, I cannot access the server and get an error (assuming its the common issue of the self signed certificate). However, I downloaded and installed the Android OS .apk and loaded up the android application and was able to connect to my server and accept the self signed certificate... and connect to my server no problem. The menus don't work right because it is not designed for the Fire TV, but makes me question why the FireTV app wasn't designed in the same way as it isn't a limitation by the FireTV stick in itself, its with the development of the application.