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Upgrade broke SSL (fixed)


rod626
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Using Synology DSM7, I upgraded from Emby 4.6.* to 4.7.5.0 by doing a manual install of the apk per the usual instructions.  After updating, I was unable to connect via SSL, always receiving "connection refused" error in all browsers.  The emby logs were no help.  I eventually narrowed it down to the fact that the install had deleted my certificate from /var/packages/EmbyServer/target/etc/ssl/certs/.  To fix it, I copied the certificate back to that location, then set permissions with chmod 644 and chown emby:emby.  Everything else worked fine.

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Hi, thanks for following up with the solution !

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heffeque

Hopefully this will be fixed in 4.7.6.0 when it comes to the Package Center, correct?

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1 hour ago, heffeque said:

Hopefully this will be fixed in 4.7.6.0 when it comes to the Package Center, correct?

I’m not sure.  I use commercial SSL certs and I have emby and DSM using different SSL certs, and bound to different DNS names.  I would expect that most people will just use the free certs from letsencrypt, or the cert bound to DSM, so the upgrade will want to get those scenarios correct first.

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heffeque

Ah, misunderstood your issue then...

Using letsencrypt here, in combination with reverse proxy, which seems to work fine.

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