You probably think I’m a dumb boy, but please be aware that I tried many ways.
Is there a way to remove SSO and keep the old way to auth without beeing redirected to sickrage.ca site?
If not, and I allready have a NGINX set up for other tools, it is more complicated. The topic you talk about is based with only one thing running with the rasp: sickrage, which is not my case.
So if you could me more helpful than “for me it works” I would appreciate.
I executed the commands:
Make a directory called ssl under /etc/nginx then create SSL certs using the following command openssl req -x509 -nodes -days 365 -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout /etc/nginx/ssl/sickrage.key -out /etc/nginx/ssl/sickrage.crt
I wonder if there is a conflict between the reverse file and the new one put in place…
In the post it is explained that for sickrage it should be https://sickrage.mydomain.hd.fr is it correct ?
Because it is not working for me, and enabling /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/sickrage crashes my all nginx server: