Configuring a custom SSL certificate in Zentyal
Posted on Sun 25 April 2021 in Tech • Tagged with Tech, Security, Linux
Zuper-quick post for when this bites me again in the future!
Tonight I upgraded from Zentyal 6.2 to Zentyal 7.0. Smooth as butter, everything went great.
Until I logged in, and my shiny Actual Paid Money SSL certificate had vanished, replaced by a self-signed commoner's certificate. Piffle.
Instructions for installing a custom SSL certificate in Zentyal are actually kinda shaky, so here you go:
cd /var/lib/zentyal/conf/ssl/ mkdir old mv * old nano ssl.key nano ssl.cert cat ssl.cert ssl.key > ssl.pem chmod …