Changes between Version 6 and Version 7 of FactoryManual/Setup


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08/19/15 04:30:24 (3 years ago)
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    77== About SSL certificates == 
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    9 SSL certificates are optional for using the central Officeshots.org website but mandatory if you want to use the [wiki:XMLRPC XML-RPC API]. You can use any client SSL certificate signed by any well known Certificate Authority as long as your certificate's Common Name contains the same e-mail address as you have used to register your account with. If necessary you can change your account e-mail address to match the one on your certificate. 
     9SSL certificates are optional for using the central Officeshots.org website but mandatory if you want to use the [wiki:XMLRPC XML-RPC API]. Officeshots.org requires your SSL certificate's Common Name to contain the same e-mail address as you have used to register your account with. If necessary you can change your Officeshots.org account's e-mail address to match the one on your certificate. 
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    11 [[NoteBox(note,  Due to a bug in Apache mod_gnutls, the development server currently only accepts client certificates that are signed by CACert.)]] 
     11[[NoteBox(warn,  Due to a bug in Apache mod_gnutls the development server currently only accepts client certificates that are signed by CACert. See the next section for how to obtain one of these certificates for free.)]] 
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     13[[NoteBox(note,  In the future the capability to use a client SSL certificate signed by any well known Certificate Authority will be restored. It is also under consideration to allow Officeshots to create self signed certificates for all users for express use on the factories. Using self signed certificates will releive the user from having to obtain any SSL certificates themselves as Officeshots will already be able to offer each user their own certificate for use in running a factory.)]] 
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    1315=== Get an SSL Certificate from CACert === #CACert