[GLLUG] How to do SSL on Ubuntu Server..
david.lutton at gmail.com
Thu Aug 15 11:34:18 UTC 2013
You can get a cert from http://www.startssl.com/?app=1 for free
Basic as far as cert validation.
The program 'keytool' can be found in the following packages:
Try: sudo apt-get install <selected package>
to remove: s/*Import*/*Remove*/ </guess>
1. Sign into the Console as a Server Administrator.
2. Go to *Settings > Security > Keys*.
3. Click `*Remove` Keystore*.
On 15 August 2013 09:55, Jean van Wyngaardt <gabrieldrumming at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hey guys
> I'm not sure if you're familiar with Crashplan, however you may know more
> about SSL than I do.
> I'm setting up a Crashplan PROe server for work, I'd like to purchase and
> install a SSL certificate so the web portal doesn't show certificate errors
> Having never setup an SSL certificate on Ubuntu server before, I thought
> I'd check with you guys to see if you have any recommended tutorials or
> step-by-step guides, any tips on problems I may run into etc
> The Crashplan PROe tutorial goes into some detail, but its not quite as
> detailed as I'd like:
> The two apps they suggest using are:
> • The openssl tool, which part of the OpenSSL cryptography suite and is
> widely available on many platforms.
> • The keytool utility program, distributed with the Java Development Kit
> (JDK). Keytool facilitates managing KeyStore files and certificates.
> What ubuntu packages should be installed? If I manage to screw this up, is
> there a way to reverse the process?
> Thanks guys
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