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Moderator: Jeff Smith
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spRocket wrote: ↑
Fri Jun 07, 2019 9:06 am
Note that thanks to Let's Encrypt
, that can be done at no charge. Drawback: you must automate your renewal process, since the certs expire three months after issuance.
This is rather easy if you have Apache or Nginx. Lighttpd needs some finageling but I have a script that does the job w/o too much fuss on my domain (redwolf.ws).
"The last and final stop is BALTIMORE PENN STATION." I can has MARC V?
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HTTPS on railroad.net works like a charm now.
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Jeff Smith wrote: ↑
Thu Jun 06, 2019 2:16 pm
I want to thank the previous owner, who preferred to remain in the background, for the opportunity, and the owner previous to him, Otto Vondrak, who recommended me as administrator when he sold the site.
Please also credit co-owners Mike Roque
and Jessica Stallone,
and please also credit RAILROAD.NET founder John Stewart
who launched the site in 1996 and sold the site to us in 2004.
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Just enabled HTTPS site wide.