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Assuming you have followed the steps in the previous article to get your certificate, then you should be able to run this if your certificate is not expired. cd /tmp/letsencrypt sudo ./letsencrypt-auto renew or to get a new certificate sudo ./letsencrypt-auto -c … Continue reading
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Let’s encrypt is available now for OwnCloud (and everything else) users to run and get a free certificate for. No more self-signed certificates that display an ugly error page or having to pay for a certificate from a certificate authority. … Continue reading
In the Admin console, you might see Security and Setup Warnings after upgrading to OwnCloud 8.1. Here is how I removed the two I saw. Strict-Transport-Securty HTTP Header The “Strict-Transport-Security” HTTP header is not configured to least “15768000” seconds. For … Continue reading