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Root certificate installation on macOS

To connect to the MoodleBox via HTTPS without displaying a warning window, it is necessary to install the MoodleBox root certificate (or CA certificate). This certificate, issued by the MoodleBox project as a certification authority, allows the browser to ensure that the certificate on the MoodleBox website is valid. Root certificate installation on macOS (Safari et Chrome) Download the CA certificate from the MoodleBox homepage by clicking link Install root CA certificate.

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Root certificate installation on Windows

To connect to the MoodleBox via HTTPS without displaying a warning window, it is necessary to install the MoodleBox root certificate (or CA certificate). This certificate, issued by the MoodleBox project as a certification authority, allows the browser to ensure that the certificate on the MoodleBox website is valid. Root certificate installation on Windows (Edge and Chrome) Launch Edge or Chrome, access MoodleBox home page, click link Install root CA certificate, then Open.

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Switch MoodleBox to HTTPS

The procedure below can be used to configure the MoodleBox to provide secure connections via HTTPS. Once this is done, it will no longer be possible to connect via HTTP. Access MoodleBox command line interface (via SSH). Edit file /var/www/moodle/config.php, e.g. typing command nano /var/www/moodle/config.php. Change line beginning with $CFG->wwwroot, replacing http:// by https:// in address http://moodlebox.home. Save the modification. Test by loading URL https://moodlebox.home in your favorite browser. .

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Display restart and shutdown buttons in the footer

.notice{padding:18px;line-height:24px;margin-bottom:24px;border-radius:4px;color:#444;background:#e7f2fa}.notice p:last-child{margin-bottom:0}.notice-title{margin:-18px -18px 12px;padding:4px 18px;border-radius:4px 4px 0 0;font-weight:700;color:#fff;background:#6ab0de}.notice.warning .notice-title{background:rgba(217,83,79,.9)}.notice.warning{background:#fae2e2}.notice.info .notice-title{background:#f0b37e}.notice.info{background:#fff2db}.notice.note .notice-title{background:#6ab0de}.notice.note{background:#e7f2fA}.notice.tip .notice-title{background:rgba(92,184,92,.8)}.notice.tip{background:#e6f9e6}.icon-notice{display:inline-flex;align-self:center;margin-right:8px}.icon-notice img,.icon-notice svg{height:1em;width:1em;fill:currentColor}.icon-notice img,.icon-notice.baseline svg{top:0.125em;position:relative} Note This feature is available from version 2.7.0 of MoodleBox. To benefit from this on a previous version, simply update the MoodleBox plugin in the Moodle administration interface. Thanks to the display at the bottom of the page of the MoodleBox’s restart and stop buttons, its administration is more intuitive and easier. Restart and stop buttons in footer This feature is enabled by visiting the MoodleBox settings in the administration interface: Site administration > Server > MoodleBox > MoodleBox settings, then checking the box “Show buttons in footer”.

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Use the MoodleBox's Wi-Fi captive portal

.notice{padding:18px;line-height:24px;margin-bottom:24px;border-radius:4px;color:#444;background:#e7f2fa}.notice p:last-child{margin-bottom:0}.notice-title{margin:-18px -18px 12px;padding:4px 18px;border-radius:4px 4px 0 0;font-weight:700;color:#fff;background:#6ab0de}.notice.warning .notice-title{background:rgba(217,83,79,.9)}.notice.warning{background:#fae2e2}.notice.info .notice-title{background:#f0b37e}.notice.info{background:#fff2db}.notice.note .notice-title{background:#6ab0de}.notice.note{background:#e7f2fA}.notice.tip .notice-title{background:rgba(92,184,92,.8)}.notice.tip{background:#e6f9e6}.icon-notice{display:inline-flex;align-self:center;margin-right:8px}.icon-notice img,.icon-notice svg{height:1em;width:1em;fill:currentColor}.icon-notice img,.icon-notice.baseline svg{top:0.125em;position:relative} Note This feature is available from version 2.7.0 of MoodleBox. The MoodleBox contains a fully configured captive portal, based on free software Nodogsplash, to direct users connecting to its wireless network to the MoodleBox home page. The captive portal is not enabled by default. If you want to make it active, simply run the command below after accessing to the MoodleBox command line interface.

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