We have a Fisheye + Crucible running with an Apache reverse Proxy and we are constatntly having problems because Crucible is making requests on the server as HTTP instead of HTTPS.
(Note, if we access using local address with VPN it works all fine and dandy)
I was trying to change the settings on the Administration -> Server as recommended on:
But as an example, everytime I click to save the options I just entered I get:
Your browser sent a request that this server could not understand.
Reason: You're speaking plain HTTP to an SSL-enabled server port.
Instead use the HTTPS scheme to access this URL, please.
Also, when I try to "Edit Details" on a Review it crashes:
And the avatars never show up because it tries to get the avatar from http:// instead of https.
I believe all the problems derive from the fact that crucible is trying to use the wrong protocol.
How can I proceed to fix this?
Solved the problem changing Apache's configuration
"default stuff we had before"
Allow from all
Doing some more research, I found this
Which seems to be the same or at least similar enough problem.
What I still did not find out though, is whether it has been solved.
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