Dashboard Certificate Warning
Note: only applicabe if you have enabled https in your Cakebkox.yaml
When connecting to your Cakebox Dashboard using HTTPS your browser will warn you that the SSL certificate can not be trusted. This is expected behavior caused by the fact that we are using a self-signed certificate that your browser cannot validate.
Until the mechanism to replace the default cakebox certificate is implemented you can safely ignore the warning.
- Firefox: press the
Add Exceptionbutton, then press
Confirm Security Exception.
- Chrome: press the
Advancedlink, then press
Proceed to cakebox (unsafe)
- Internet Explorer: press the
Continue to this website (not recommended)link.
Clear text passwords
You might see the following message when connecting to your box.
Text will be echoed in the clear. Please install the HighLine or Termios libraries to suppress echoed text.
This is expected behavior when:
- you have protected your box with a self-generated ssh key pair
- you are using Vagrant ssh to connect to your box
- your SSH Agent is not forwarding the private key of your self-generated key pair
Either accept it or load your key into your SSH Agent.
Slow shared folders
Placeholder for NFS / Rsync