Filecloud https/ssl config

I have installed Filecloud on openmediavault and it is working really well. My problem is, I cannot figure out how to setup ssl and enable https on my server. Hoping someone can guide me through the process to set up and install and thus securing my server. I have searched online and there is little instruction regarding this.
Thanks.

Hello @Hcarson

Welcome to Filecloud Community edition.

Can you please try the below documentation link to install SSL

https://www.getfilecloud.com/supportdocs/display/cloud/Use+SSL+on+Linux

Please let us know if you find any issues

Thanks for the reply but this isn’t openmedia vault specific. I have some understanding of let’s encrypt but as far as to set it up for open media vault I’m not sure.

@Hcarson

Thank you for the update.

We will review your request and get back to you soon.

@Hcarson

Thank you for your patience.

Please let us know the output of the command lsb_release -a

This is the info i got…

No LSB modules are available.
Distributor ID: Debian
Description: Debian GNU/Linux 9.12 (stretch)
Release: 9.12
Codename: stretch

I have filecloud installed in openmediavault in a docker container. Thanks

@Hcarson

Thank you for the update.

As you have installed FileCloud in Docker container, you can follow the same link in the previous update to install SSL, choose the option ubuntu.

https://www.getfilecloud.com/supportdocs/display/cloud/Use+SSL+on+Linux
https://www.getfilecloud.com/supportdocs/display/cloud/Install+an+SSL+certificate+on+Ubuntu

Yes I have tried that but as omv is a Debian installation these commands won’t work.

@Hcarson

Can you please share with us a small screen recording of the steps you are trying. Please make sure that it does not contain any of your sensitive contents.

ok so I have followed your steps and starting from the first command. I get “command not found” see screen 1. In the apache2 directory, the directory as stated in the instructions does not exist. See screen 2screen 1 screen 2

Openmediavault uses nginx what if instead of the apache 2 folder I use etc/ngnix instead? As I am new to this Openmediavault, I’m not sure how to config the https. But I do know it uses nginx and if you can help get my filecloud using https it would certainly be a good day then. Thanks

@Hcarson

Thank you for the update.

We will check this and get back to you soon.

Hello @Hcarson

We have checked with our team, and unfortunately, we don’t support this distro Openmediavault. So we are not able to help you with this problem. Can you please try with one of our supported distros. We recommend this because, in the future, you may run into other distro-specific issues with your installation.

OK. What would you suggest. Ubuntu? Where would I find this version to download and will my year license still be valid. Thanks so much for your help.

Hi @Hcarson

Thank you for the update.

You can use Windows 2012, 2016, Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04, Centos 7. Please refer the below documentation for more details regarding the installation.

https://www.getfilecloud.com/supportdocs/display/cloud/Installation+on+Linux+Distros
https://www.getfilecloud.com/supportdocs/display/cloud/Installation+on+Windows
https://www.getfilecloud.com/supportdocs/display/cloud/Installation

The license will be valid for use.

Please get back to us if you need any assistance.