Witch certificate

Running JAMS as a Linux Service is fairly straightforward with systemd - you simply created a service unit file with the following structure:
[Unit] Description=JAMS Server

[Service] Type=simple WorkingDirectory=[DIRECTORY WHERE JAMS WAS UNZIPPED] ExecStart=/ usr/bin/java -jar [DIRECTORY WHERE JAMS WAS UNZIPPED]/jams-launcher.jar PORT SSL_CERTIFICATE SSL_CERTIFICATE_KEY

[Install] WantedBy=multi-user.target

Witch certificate is to use here? The same as here:

server {
listen 443 ssl;
listen [::]:443 ssl;
ssl on;
ssl_certificate /etc/certificates/mycertificate.pem ssl_certificate_key /etc/certificates/mycertificatekey.pem


You should use a valid web certificate & key for the domain from which JAMS will be served.

This certificate is only used for the JAMS Web service, not to sign Jami user/device certificate.