|How to Configure SSL on Lxadmin [message #3642]
||Sun, 11 February 2007 13:51
Registered: July 2006
Lxadmin SSL configuration is actually much simpler than for other Control Panels, primarily because we do it the right way. SSL is not configured per domain, but rather per IPaddress. So configuring SSL primarily consists of configuring the ssl certificate for an ipaddress, and that's it. This also allows shared ssl since the ssl for the ip will be automatically shared among all the domains configured on that particular IP.
To configure SSL.
Whether for admin or client, first you will have to upload/create your certificates.
client home -> ssl certificates -> add ssl certificate
And you can provide the requisite parameters needed for ssl setup.
Go to server -> ipaddresses -> ipaddress home -> ssl configuration home
and there you can select a certificate from the list, and set it for that IP. Automatically all domains configured on that IP will get the certificate.
For a client)
Here the admin will have to first assign an exclusive client to an ipaddress, so that the client himself can assign the ipaddress.
So first for admin)
Server -> ipaddresses -> ipaddress home -> exclusive client
and assign the IPaddress to a particular client. Now this ipaddress will automatically show up in the client's 'exclusive ipaddress' list.
For the client)
client home -> advanced -> exclusive ipaddress -> exclusive ipaddress home -> ssl configuration home
And set the certificate.
|Re: How to Configure SSL on Lxadmin [message #54710 is a reply to message #54523]
||Tue, 27 January 2009 22:32
Registered: January 2009
Yes, I realize that Lxadmin is a control panel, I wouldn't use 'merely' but a great panel! With cpanel experience, I am able to run it. You guys have created magnificent system, I just wonder how I didn't find it sooner, took me few days of searching to come across your panel.|
I have no experience in installing ffmpeg, and I followed countless directions off the web, all to no avail, again my lack of knowledge is at fault here, not LXadmin.
If I could suggest something though, it would be a plain centos 5 prep, simply what to install on a server from centos install disc, that would be helpfull, there is so much stuff there which is not needed.
all the best in your work!
super happy user!