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  1. Ist dein Froxlor aktuell? Let's Encrypt hatte da mal die User Agreements geändert, aber die waren dann nicht in Froxlor hinterlegt. Dadurch konnte man keine gültigen Zertifikate mehr ausstellen. Am besten mal: Froxlor auf den neusten Stand bringen In der Datenbank ggf. die LE Daten der Betroffenen Kunden auf NULL setzten Betroffene LE Certs in Froxlor als Admin unter "SSL Zertfikate" löschen LE cronjob aufrufen, am besten mit --debug damit du was sehen kannst Nen MySQL Dump von der Froxlor DB zu machen bevor du was drin änderst wäre natürlich auch nicht verkehrt.
  2. Ach verdammt da achtet man eimal nicht aufs Datum >.<
  3. Muss d00p recht geben. Code w?hre schon Interessant. W?rde mir das sehr gerne mal ansehen. Allgemein w?hre es klasse wenn man f?r Froxlor auf eine Simple weise Erweiterungen schreiben k?nnte.
  4. Your FPM starter script is not existend. Try /etc/init.d/php5-fpm or check your self what name it has.
  5. What Output do you get from: openssl s_client -connect localhost:443 ? What SSL Modul are you using? Normal SSL, or maybe gnutls? Is Apache listening on 443? There could be another process which uses the https port.
  6. Could you also post your domain error log, please? And check if your key/cert match: openssl x509 -noout -modulus -in /etc/ssl/froxlor-custom/my-domain.de.crt | openssl md5 openssl rsa -noout -modulus -in /etc/ssl/froxlor-custom/my-domain.de.key | openssl md5
  7. Hello Froxlor Forum I have written an external solution for nginx reverse proxy with Froxlor recently. The whole thing is only a cron which creates virtual hosts for Nginx, and an installer that prepares everything. Supported features: - Normal vHosts - SSL - redirects - Multible IP's (should be no problem, but I'm not 100% percent sure) I haven't tested Apache 2.4 yet. Please note that this script sat on a pre-made Froxlor installation, which has some peculiarities. The ports or lists entries must be configured with /etc/apache2/ports.conf, not with the lists entries in IP's and ports. I would appreciate suggestions for improvement. UPDATE: The Script is now hosted at github: https://github.com/xWuZaa/froxlor_nrp nXri_pub.tar.gz
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