[Coquelicot] configuration problem: it works via http, but not https
lunar at anargeek.net
Thu Apr 5 09:33:53 CEST 2018
> On 4 Apr 2018, Lunar wrote:
> Hello, and thanks for the responses
> > Hi Gijs,
> > Gijs Hillenius:
> >> On a Debian stable server, I installed Coquelicot and followed
> >> /usr/share/doc/coquelicot/README.Debian
> >> For some reason, this install will let me use Coquelicot via http,
> >> but not https. I don't mind too much for the upload part (perhaps I
> >> should), but I would like the download url to work via https
> >> When trying to access the upload service via https, Firefox will
> >> warn: ssl3_get_record:wrong version number, and Chromium says:
> >> ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR
> >> I see nothing in the server logs that helps me.
> >> Anybody have any ideas?
> > Have you run `a2enmod ssl proxy_http headers`?
> > This sounds like the `ssl` module is not enabled.
> both modules are enabled.
There's three different modules on the above command line.
> What I've tried - without the desired effect - is pointing to the
> LetsEncryt SSLCertificateFile and SSLCertificateKeyFile, that gives the
> same error.
Could you try to do `curl -I http://addr:port/` to see if SSL is enabled
What value has `SSLProtocol`?
This does not seem to be an issue specific to Coquelicot, so this list
might not be the best place to get help.
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