I’m trying to get cozy installed on my lan,
basically followed the local install tutorial on a fresh debian buster but getting stuck on coclyco.
I do NOT want cozy to be reachable from outside the lan
(nor do I even have that possibility, thank you cgNAT)
I have subdomains set up (*.cozy-deb.lan)
but when running
coclyco create it tries to register with letsencrypt and fails for obvious reasons.
Cannot issue for "cozy.cozy-db.lan": Domain name does not end with a valid public suffix
is there a way to run over http (instead of https) ?
or have coclyco issue a self-signed certificate?
ps: also one level less in the DNS hierarchy would be appreciated. I now have
home.cozy.cozy-dev… drive.cozy.cozy-deb… etc.