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  1. Ok, found the problem. Had made a mistake when setting up froxlor. Oracle assigns a public IP4 address, but the VM itself only has a private IP4 address. My wrong assumption was that to install froxlor I would need to use the public IP address. This was wrong. Added the private one under IP & Ports, changed this to the default, deleted the "public" IP4 addresses, run the master cronjob and https is working. Lesson: If ifconfig only has a private IP4, use this one for froxlor. Thank you once more d00p for the support offered.
  2. Really appreciate your feedback. a2enmod ssl, yes. root@server6:/home/ubuntu# a2enmod ssl Considering dependency setenvif for ssl: Module setenvif already enabled Considering dependency mime for ssl: Module mime already enabled Considering dependency socache_shmcb for ssl: Module socache_shmcb already enabled Module ssl already enabled root@server6:/home/ubuntu# I am pretty certain it has something to do with the Oracle Cloud server setup. Something with the Virtual Nentwork adapter, the proxies in between etc. Not an expert on this and only a novice froxlor user so a bit over my head
  3. Thank you for your feedback. root@server6:/etc/apache2# netstat -anp | grep apache tcp6 0 0 :::80 :::* LISTEN 2507/2 tcp6 0 0 :::443 :::* LISTEN 2507/2 Browsing 132.145.59.212:443 pulls up the Apache/Ubuntu Default page.
  4. Thank you very much for this hint. The normal error log had nothing to offer. Switched SSL engine log level debug on. The result is not of help to me. Suppose the problem is here: AH00566: request failed: malformed request line. Even google has no answer for this one but all the results from google point to some sort of proxy problem. After all it seems to be a problem with the Oracle Cloud Server environment. For reference sake log-file included. [Wed Apr 15 08:54:56.429622 2020] [ssl:info] [pid 1761] AH01876: mod_ssl/2.4.29 compiled against Server: Apache/2.4.29, Library: OpenSSL/1.
  5. All, is anyone running froxlor on an Oracle Cloud Service Server and has ssl working on it? Froxlor setup is working fine. LetsEncrypt enabled and Cert installed. The vhost container looks ok as well (AFAIK) Port 443 is open as well. Browsing 132.145.59.212:443 pulls up the Apache/Ubuntu Default page. Nevertheless trying to https://server6.servo-tec.com comes back with Error code: SSL_ERROR_RX_RECORD_TOO_LONG All that I can think of now is the Oracle Cloud environment somehow blocking the Cert. openssl s_client -showcerts -connect serve
  6. Hi all, Behind schedule on this but I am still running php v. 5.5.9.1 on my froxlor server. Having some "old" scripts running I would like to have v7 running site by site with the old, non-supported version. I am running php as FCGI so my question is how I can install v7. Unfortunatly I could not find anything in the wiki or documentation about it. Some information out on the web suggest to do the following: add-apt-repository ppa:ondrej/php apt-get update apt install php7.1 Will doing this keep the current php version running? How can the v7 be used in
  7. Ok, very sorry for this. Running all the cron-jobs in the world did not restart the apache webserver because there was an error in one of the SSL config files. So no reload of the webserver was done and hence the cert request not updated. Fixed this temporarily and restarted apache manually and it worked again.
  8. Bit clueless about this on. Have letsencrypt running for a good number of month. Works perfect so far. Now on domain is giving me trouble. At present the error message is: Connection not secure ... Advanced: https://www.pharmabrutscher.de/ Peer’s Certificate has expired. HTTP Strict Transport Security: false HTTP Public Key Pinning: false Checking the setting I found that the SSL Cert had expired. I have deleted the Cert, deleted the files in /etc/ssl/froxlor-custom and removed 2 alias domains (just in case that is giving troubles). Removing the SSL support and LetsEncrypt feature
  9. In an earlier post it was mentioned: not from within the panel...but just add something like this to a manually created config file that you are able to include in apache.conf I tried the following: In the apache2.conf I added this: IncludeOptional sites-enabled_froxlor/*.conf In the newly created folder I added a file froxlor.conf with the following content: <Directory "/var/www/froxlor/"> Options -Indexes AuthType Basic AuthName "Restricted Area" AuthUserFile /etc/apache2/froxlor_htpasswd/froxlor.htpasswd require valid-user </Directory> The pas
  10. Is the setting causing problems when using the Email forwarding to an external email address? IE: email address abcdef@adomainonfroxlorserver.com forward to abcdef@gmail.com
  11. Thanks for your quick response. I am using external nameservers, so can you tell me, please, what the standard TXT Record is that is used in froxlor?
  12. Just wondering, is anyone using DMARC or SFP settings on the Nameservers to protect against spoofing. Never noticed it before but on gmail they seem to check against sfp settings. Before: Received-SPF: none (google.com: info@xxxxxxxxxxxxx.ie does not designate permitted sender hosts) client-ip=xx.xxx.xxx.xxx; Authentication-Results: mx.google.com; spf=neutral (google.com: info@xxxxxxxxxxxxx.ie does not designate permitted sender hosts) smtp.mail=info@xxxxxxxxxxxx.ie Received: from www.xxxxxxxxxxxx.ie (xxxxxxx.xxxxxxserver.net [xx.xxx.xxx.xxx]) After adding a TXT record to th
  13. My 1 cent thoughts : google ads if needs to be. It is extremly pleasent to have a forum without any adds. Maybe 2 versions of the forum (with/without ads); pay for without. It would be interesting to see how many users (servers) are out there using froxlor. This would give an idea how much could be raised. pay for features, good idea. sponsers, yes. Is this option currently available ?
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