The instructions say to run this command in order to use selfsigned certs on your seafile server. I use selfsigned certs on my seafile server.
seaf-cli config -k disable_verify_certificate -v true
The command doesn’t produce any output. What’s happening is that I have seafile server installed on a home server (debian 9.2) and seaf-cli (only) installed on a Digital Ocean VM (also debian 9.2). I’d like to sync some folders from the VM to my home server … but when I run this command:
seaf-cli create -n folderName -t digitalOceans -s https://serverUrl -u myUserName -p myPasswd
I get this error:
urllib2.URLError: <urlopen error [SSL: CERTIFICATE_VERIFY_FAILED] certificate verify failed (_ssl.c:661)
As a matter of fact I get the same error when I use the seaf-cli download command or any other seaf-cli command. I’ve tried to run other seaf-cli config commands, they don’t produce any output either and I can’t seem to find a conf file that they are writing to (if they are writing to any file).
I need some help getting this working. I followed the installation instructions at:
I’ve seen similar problems mentioned on this forum, but no solutions except to not use selfsigned certs which is not an solution I can use.