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comment OSX Bind SSL certificate to local port
I have extended the answer to mention stunnel is available through brew.
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revised OSX Bind SSL certificate to local port
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comment OSX Bind SSL certificate to local port
To enable https support, SSL/TLS, you need to have the web server started by SignalR manage the encryption and certificates. Alternatively, try stunnel mentioned in the answer below – this is precisely the type of situation stunnel and reverse-proxies are design for.
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comment OSX Bind SSL certificate to local port
How is your signalR service accepting incoming connections? What is opening the socket, listening, and accepting connections?
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revised OSX Bind SSL certificate to local port
Highlighted OS X.
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comment OSX Bind SSL certificate to local port
I do not believe OS X has an netsh equivalent built-in. The process accepting the connection needs to deal with establishing a secure connection. Consider using stunnel or proxying the service behind httpd.
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answered OSX Bind SSL certificate to local port
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reviewed No Action Needed Messages.app (Mac) does not play sound when message received
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reviewed Reviewed Remove background blur effect on Yosemite login screen
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comment Remove background blur effect on Yosemite login screen
Please could you expand on your answer. Where and how should the image by locked?
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reviewed Looks OK NO audio on macbook air 2010
May
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reviewed Reject Voice feedback loop into the headphones
May
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reviewed Approve Open links in their respective apps?
May
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reviewed Approve How to mount disk by UUID or LABEL in OS X El Capitan?
Apr
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revised Backup/sync Mac photo to external hard drive
Inlined link.
Apr
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revised update git repository with apple script
Typo.
Apr
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answered update git repository with apple script
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comment update git repository with apple script
git can be tricky to learn and debug. Consider mastering the steps you want via Terminal.app – with the help of the Git Book. BitBucket support provides a wealth of examples and workflows to try and to learn from. Once you trust that process, automating via AppleScript will be much easier.
Apr
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comment update git repository with apple script
Do you have a shell script or commands that work when issued from within Terminal.app? Do you need help changing directory into your project and running git push?
Apr
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comment Bootcamp/Win 7: No device drivers were found
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