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Bug#234591: apache2-common: Confusing SSL configuration

On Sun, Mar 14, 2004 at 11:54:12PM -0800, Chris Stork wrote:
> I tried to configure apache2 with SSL (in order to run a subversion
> repository) and it was unclear to me what's the preferred way to
> configure SSL access.  
> I found four sources of SSL-related information on my unstable box:
> - /usr/share/doc/apache2-common/README-SSL
> - /usr/share/doc/apache2/examples/ssl.conf.gz
> - the program apache2-ssl-certificate and its output (I assume) in 
>   /etc/apache2/ssl/
> - /etc/apache2/mods-available/ssl.conf
> None of them seem to be aware of the other, as can be derived from where
> they place their files, e.g., for certificates we have:
> - README-SSL:                /etc/apache2/sites/<SERVERNAME>-ssl.*/

As the author of this file, I'd advise you to ignore it. It's a hangover
from the vhost-base days.

:) d

Daniel Stone                                                <daniels@debian.org>
Debian: the universal operating system                     http://www.debian.org

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