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      README
  2. 7
      README.samba
  3. 16
      README.ssl
  4. 4
      debian/README.Debian
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      debian/cryptobox-server.default

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README

@ -37,6 +37,9 @@ Table of contents:
For Debian, Ubuntu and other derivates you should use the debian package:
see http://systemausfall.org/toolforge/debian/
Please follow the /usr/share/doc/cryptobox-server/README.Debian for
any special steps regarding Debian.
There are currently no official rpm packages of the CryptoBox.
For source installation follow these steps:

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README.samba

@ -21,9 +21,10 @@ Reload the new samba configuration by calling:
B) one share for each volume
Copy the example event script /usr/share/doc/cryptobox-server/event-script/samba
to /etc/cryptobox-server/events.d/samba. This event handler will add and remove
shares whenever a volume is mounted or unmounted via the CryptoBox webinterface.
Copy the example event script /usr/share/doc/cryptobox-server/event-scripts/samba
to /etc/cryptobox-server/events.d/samba and make sure it is executable
by root. This event handler will add and remove shares whenever a volume is mounted
or unmounted via the CryptoBox webinterface.
Add the following line to your /etc/samba/smb.conf:
include = /var/cache/cryptobox-server/settings/misc/samba-include.conf

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README.ssl

@ -28,15 +28,21 @@ There are two ways for setting up a SSL connection:
2) CryptoBox behind stunnel
If you do not have an ssl certificate yet, then you should create it first.
Please take a look into the "start_stunnel.sh" script. You may use it
to create a certificate and dig a tunnel.
You may want to tunnenl the traffic between the cryptobox-server
and your browser. "stunnel" is an excellent candidate for this job.
If you do not have an ssl certificate yet, then you should create
one first. On Debian: "apt-get install ssl-cert" and run the following
command (replace the <NAMES>; a default CERT_CONF is shipped with the cryptobox-server
package):
make-ssl-cert <CERT_CONF> <CERT_FILE_NAME>
In case, that you already have a certificate just run this command:
stunnel -p "$YOUR_CERT_FILE" -r localhost:80 -d 443
stunnel -p <CERT_FILE_NAME> -r localhost:80 -d 443
Maybe you should add this to your bootup scripts.
And maybe you want to add the last command to your bootup scripts.
3) Problems with SSL detection?

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debian/README.Debian

@ -6,9 +6,11 @@ All settings named [Foo]->Bar are defined in this file.
1) Configure startup and network settings in /etc/default/cryptobox-server.
Set 'NO_START' to "0" if the CryptoBox should start at every bootup.
Set the port on which the cryptobox-server should listen.
2) Define [Main]->AllowedDevices according to the devices that you want to
publish via the cryptobox webinterface.
publish via the cryptobox webinterface. Be careful this drives may be
overwritten by front-end users!
3) Choose a list of plugins to disable in [Main]->DisabledPlugins.

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debian/cryptobox-server.default

@ -9,6 +9,7 @@ NO_START=1
RUNAS=cryptobox
# listening port
# for now please use a port above 1024
PORT=8080
# some more server options (rarely necessary)

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