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  • Felicitas
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    # 2 years ago
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    Hi everyone,

    thank you for your participation at our release party on Thursday. 🥳
    If you missed the Live Stream Simplifier Release 5.0, you can watch it here in German.

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    Felicitas
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    # 2 years ago
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    Hi everyone,

    a short update:

    we have prepared today’s livestream on YouTube. You don’t have to register.

    Agenda:

    • The livestream starts at 5:00 pm (30 minutes countdown)
    • The introduction of the release starts at 5:30 pm (CET)
    • End of the performance is about 7:00 pm

    Note: the livestream will be in german.

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    Felicitas
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    # 3 years ago
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    Hi Spooner,

    the fastest way is to create self-signed certificates with openssl on your linux command line like this: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/10175812/how-to-create-a-self-signed-certificate-with-openssl

    Mind that you need the crt/key format to use it with the Simplifier OnPremise image. It includes a preconfigured nginx Reverse Proxy. The path to place the certificates is $YOUR_PERSISTANCE/certs. The file names are also preconfigured: default.crt and default.key.

    In case you want to get no browser errors and full compatibility to all mobile devices and all browsers we recommend you to buy a trusted certificate from one of the digital certificate provider.

    Here is an example to place your certificates properly: OnPremise Installation

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