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Source code changes of the file "INSTALL.Debian" between
shellinabox-2.19.tar.gz and shellinabox-2.20.tar.gz

About: shellinabox implements a web server that can export arbitrary command line tools to a web based terminal emulator. This emulator is accessible to any JavaScript and CSS enabled web browser. Fork of the no longer maintained original version on https://shellinabox.com/ respectively https://code.google.com/archive/p/shellinabox/.

INSTALL.Debian  (shellinabox-2.19):INSTALL.Debian  (shellinabox-2.20)
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You can configure the daemon process by editing "/etc/default/shellinabox". You can configure the daemon process by editing "/etc/default/shellinabox".
You can also provide SSL certificates for your site by installing them in You can also provide SSL certificates for your site by installing them in
"/var/lib/shellinabox". By default, the system will install self-signed "/var/lib/shellinabox". By default, the system will install self-signed
certificates for you. These certificates are likely to raise warnings when certificates for you. These certificates are likely to raise warnings when
you point your browser to the site. you point your browser to the site.
At the very least, you need a file called "certificate.pem" that includes At the very least, you need a file called "certificate.pem" that includes
both the private key and the public certificate in PEM (i.e. ASCII) format. both the private key and the public certificate in PEM (i.e. ASCII) format.
Additionally, you should create files for each of the publically visible Additionally, you should create files for each of the publicly visible
hostnames that your machine has. These are named "certificate-${FQDN}.pem". hostnames that your machine has. These are named "certificate-${FQDN}.pem".
You probably also want "certificate-localhost.pem". You probably also want "certificate-localhost.pem".
After you make any configuration changes, you need to restart the daemon by After you make any configuration changes, you need to restart the daemon by
running: running:
sudo /etc/init.d/shellinabox restart sudo /etc/init.d/shellinabox restart
If you want to know which files were installed by the package, run If you want to know which files were installed by the package, run
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