When a user generates a upload or download link, seafile generates a link that does not exist. (on port 8000)
When i replace the http statement on port 8000 with https in front and port 443 we have a proper accesable link.
I use apache with seafile 6.0.9, letsencrypt using certbot and am running on https port 443 offcourse.
Can i fix this myself, so that seafile generates proper links for my users?
What is the value of SERVICE_URL on the sysadmin web setting page ?
Maybe you should change this value to the domain/ip you used.
Changed that to https://myserver.mydomain.ext i can only check tonight if this solves it for me.
Can you tell me if i can change FILE_SERVER_ROOT as well to the https://myserver.mydomain.ext/seafhttp address ??
Yes, FILE_SERVER_ROOT is used for file upload/download, you MUST change it to the actual domain you used: https://myserver.mydomain.ext/seafhttp