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Issues with SSL on a droplet running AzuraCast ?

Has anyone successfully installed SSL on a droplet running AzuraCast and have it their stations running via https?

I recently installed AuraCast following the DigitalOcean AzuraCast One-Click Image but when I tried to follow the Let’s encrypt SSL installation it won’t work and I can’t get anything out of it as in my country you can stream if not on https.

Anyone who has done it successfully, I will like to know what I missed out.


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Hi @chonkarimbi,

So, I’ve been reading more about what you mentioned and found a couple of issues/topics on the matter.

There is one in DigitalOcean here:

https://www.digitalocean.com/community/questions/azuracast-apache-server

And another in AzuraCast’s github:

https://github.com/AzuraCast/AzuraCast/issues/1133

Both of these is if you want to use Apache2 with AzuraCast.

If you don’t however and want to use the droplet as it is, I’ll suggest following AzuraCast’s tutorial on how to enable SSL on it:

https://docs.azuracast.com/en/administration/ssl-and-lets-encrypt

I confirm I’ve used it a couple of times and it works as it’s suppose to.