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Ability To Change The Ssl Certificate.

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How about an option to change the SSL certificate?


I have a Synology NAS with HTTPS enforcement turned on. Chrome barks at the self signed certificate and will not load the gui for Btsync. If the Btsync package was to use the certificate on the system, this would work too. The location of the SSL certificate on the Synology is "/usr/syno/etc/ssl" and the file names are "ssl.crt" and "ssl.key"

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Please see the website as it has multiple documents on how to change some behavior or things with the config file.


Here is a dump of the sample config file from the binary:

pi@raspberrypi:~/.btsync$ ./btsync --dump-sample-config{  "device_name": "My Sync Device",  "listening_port" : 0, // 0 - randomize port/* storage_path dir contains auxilliary app files if no storage_path field: .sync dir created in the directory   where binary is located. otherwise user-defined directory will be used */// "storage_path" : "/home/user/.sync",/* set location of pid file */// "pid_file" : "/var/run/btsync/",/* use UPnP for port mapping */  "use_upnp" : true,/* limits in kB/s. 0 - no limit */  "download_limit" : 0,  "upload_limit" : 0,/* proxy configuration */// "proxy_type" : "socks4", // Valid types: "socks4", "socks5", "http_connect". Any other value means no proxy// "proxy_addr" : "", // IP address of proxy server.// "proxy_port" : 1080,// "proxy_auth" : false, // Use authentication for proxy. Note: only username/password for socks5 (RFC 1929) is supported, and it is not really secure// "proxy_username" : "user",// "proxy_password" : "password",  "webui" :  {    "listen" : "" // remove field to disable WebUI/* preset credentials. Use password or password_hash *///  ,"login" : "admin"//  ,"password" : "password"//  ,"password_hash" : "some_hash" // password hash in crypt(3) format//  ,"allow_empty_password" : false // Defaults to true/* ssl configuration *///  ,"force_https" : true // disable http//  ,"ssl_certificate" : "/path/to/cert.pem"//  ,"ssl_private_key" : "/path/to/private.key"/* directory_root path defines where the WebUI Folder browser starts (linux only). Default value is / *///  ,"directory_root" : "/home/user/MySharedFolders/"/* directory_root_policy defines how directory_root is used (linux only).   Valid values are:     "all" - accepts directory_root and its subdirectories for 'getdir' and 'adddir' actions     "belowroot" - accepts directory_root's subdirectories for 'getdir' and 'adddir' actions,     but denies attempts to use 'adddir' to create directories directly within directory_root   Default value is "all". *///  ,"directory_root_policy" : "all"/* dir_whitelist defines which directories can be shown to user or have folders added (linux only)   relative paths are relative to directory_root setting *///  ,"dir_whitelist" : [ "/home/user/MySharedFolders/personal", "work" ]  }/* !!! if you set shared folders in config file WebUI will be DISABLED !!!   shared directories specified in config file  override the folders previously added from WebUI. *//*,  "shared_folders" :  [    {      "secret" : "MY_SECRET_1", // required field - use --generate-secret in command line to create new secret      "dir" : "/home/user/bittorrent/sync_test", // * required field      "use_relay_server" : true, //  use relay server when direct connection fails      "use_tracker" : true,      "use_dht" : false,      "search_lan" : true,      "use_sync_trash" : true, // enable SyncArchive to store files deleted on remote devices      "overwrite_changes" : false, // restore modified files to original version, ONLY for Read-Only folders      "known_hosts" : // specify hosts to attempt connection without additional search      [        ""      ]    }  ]*//* Advanced preferences can be added to config file. Info is available at ""For example see folder_rescan_interval below *///, "folder_rescan_interval" : "86400"}

As you can see there are two lines that say

//  ,"ssl_certificate" : "/path/to/cert.pem"//  ,"ssl_private_key" : "/path/to/private.key"

and there you can specify your own SSL certs.


The link to the help center with information on the configuration files you can find here:




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