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  1. Yes, I do. It works with all non virtual users, but not with the froxlor users provided by libnss-extrausers...
  2. Yes, it is. My only question is: Why can't I use "su - username" for a virtual froxlor user "username" with libnss-extrausers in my Froxlor setup?
  3. Thank you, I did that - using a shell like /bin/bash works fine. However, using the "chroot" command without "su - username", my user writes all his files as root, not as "username". Thats where I need the "su" for, which is not working... EDIT: Sorry, some more context: I need sudo rights to use the "chroot" command, afterwards I need the user to switch back by using "su - username". This is where my problem is.
  4. Hi, I'm trying to create a chrooted environment for a froxlor user (eg: username). libnss-extrausers is installed for php-fpm support. However, when trying to chroot the user, su - username fails with the following error: su: user username does not exist or the user entry does not contain all the required fields Am I missing something? Why can't su find the extrauser?
  5. Hi @d00p, thanks for your lightning fast reply. May I ask how you solve this on your own setups, eg. on your Cloud vServers? Wouldn't Dovecot/Postfix SNI support be a great feature (making the manual configuration of mail server SSL unnecessary)? Or are there any issues I'm not aware of?
  6. Hi Froxlor team, thank you for your great piece of software. I run a server with lots of different domains under the same IP. Currently, I manually create a LetsEncrypt certificate with a large number of alternate DNS names (automated via Cronjob). However, I would love to switch to Froxlor's built in LetsEncrypt feature. A couple of questions: - I guess Froxlor creates a certificate for each domain and uses SNI in Apache2 configuration? - Is there any SNI support for Postfix and Dovecot (planned)? I could manually set the config files but don't want to change the configs every time I add or remove a domain. If there is no support: Is there any other way to use the built in LetsEncrypt support with multiple domains? (Reference for Dovecot / Postfix SNI configuration:) See: https://doc.dovecot.org/configuration_manual/dovecot_ssl_configuration/#with-client-tls-sni-server-name-indication-support and: https://www.postfix.org/postconf.5.html#tls_server_sni_maps
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