@64bitfury While it’s totally correct what @JJ-Fullmer suggests in his post I would still argue to stick to how I outlined in the wiki to keep the existing file locations and just replace the cert and key files. There is nothing wrong about doing it different but I try to give instructions on how to get it as close to what the FOG installer is doing anyway so when re-running the installer later on you will have to tinker with less things.
@Sebastian-Roth Hey Sebastian,
Quick note, I had to make an additional change to get mine to work. I’m using a custon wildcard certificate that doesn’t hold the IP of the computer as a DN. So when changing it to https, I got a “RemoteCertificateNameMismatch” error. I changed the php at that section to look like this, and use the hostname instead of the IP. Not sure if there should be a change to use the hostname instead of IP if specified in the .fogsettings file, or maybe you have a better way of doing this?
$location = sprintf(
@jmeyer Are you on the very latest FOG working-1.6 version? Probably not as there is constantly being worked on and new things committed. Please update to the very latest and see if it’s fixed.
I have looked through the current code and it just doesn’t make sense to error out on line 483 in fogbase.class.php on the latest code in working-1.6. Update and try again. Either it’s gone or you’ll probably see a different line of code in the error message.