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Discussion in 'Forum software usage' started by Jimmy, Nov 9, 2015.

  1. Jimmy

    Jimmy Premium Member Premium Member

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    To allow access to ./directories? Why do you think that needs to be commented out?

     
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    I had some issues with it and if i am not wrong other users report some issues here on the forum and eva disable it as default on latest Centminmod versions ......

    but maybe the issues was related to protected code of Centminmod and that got fixed by adding allow to 127.0.0.1 ?
     
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    Im running with it and no problems
     
  4. Jimmy

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    When I'm back online I'll check it out with the latest version and do some checks to see if other people have it in their conf files (non centminmod). :)
     
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    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    yeah can remove it as it's already in drop.conf include file that is included in all Centmin Mod Nginx generated vhost config files Nginx Vhost & Rewrites for IP.Board - CentminMod.com LEMP Nginx web stack for CentOS

    Code (Text):
    include /usr/local/nginx/conf/drop.conf;


    I stopped renewing my IP 3.x purchased license 2yrs ago when i wrote that guide as mainly all my clients have been vB and Xenforo hehe. Less hassles just moving to Xenforo :D
     
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    @eva2000 that makes sense. If it's already somewhere else, than removing it is the right thing to do. :)

    I like using Xenforo on this site... though it's the only Xenforo site I've run across - that I use. I own one license that needs to be re-activated.
     
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    If you deny access to ".files", letsencrypt can not verify...
     
  10. eva2000

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    Centmin Mod takes care of that in staticfiles.conf include file ;) But yes the position order of @pamamolf mentioned version does block letsencrypt verification.
     
  11. Jimmy

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    I don't won't use Letsencrypt.
     
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    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    yeah but 123.09 stable will have it built into nginx vhost setup routines as an option to use letsencrypt ssl certificates for HTTPS eventually. Just needs beta testing right now :D
     
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    That's fine, I'm sure a lot of people are going to use it because it's free. I'll just remove it or comment it out of the vhost.
     
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    123.09beta01 and higher has a variable to disable letencrypt acmeotol.sh integration if you don't want it https://community.centminmod.com/th...-to-control-addons-acmetool-sh-detecti….8505/ - it's disabled by default for 123.09beta01 so users who want to test it can enable. For 123.09 stable it will be enabled by default.
     
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    People running stable will be able to disable it in the conf file right?

    I'm behind on the information for this integration. I'll have to read up on it and comment in the thread. :)
     
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    when 123.09 stable is out, like 123.09beta01 yes they'll be able to
     
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    Hi @Jimmy

    I am trying to do the same - setup IPB 4.1 with nginx, but prefer to not force the SSL yet as I am still testing and there is a lot of remote content from non-ssl websites on my forum. Anyway, what I have to do to get the vhost file in non ssl format.

    I am thinking to just remove all SSL references from the top 60 lines and use the structure from the default vhost. Would that work? Is there anything in the rewrite rules below line 60 that is dependent on SSL?

    Just starting with this, usually I am quick learner :)
     
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    Tagging the topic as I'm finally going to upgrade to the 4.#series. I would of migrated to XF, but for the 35+hour migration :(
    Test server 129beta is setup as forced ssl via letsencrypt and it seems to hold up, noting the proxy features for images pasted on http resources.
     
  20. Jimmy

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    Right now I'm focused on a full SSL site, so I'm not going to tackle Non-SSL issues. With that being said, I'm sure you can figure it out with some tests. Once I get my site up and running and tweak out the SSL config, I can work on a Non-SSL version.