Re: Need Help About SSL Certificate
there is a script with appche-ssl, /usr/sbin/ssl-certifcate, that is
called be the apache-ssl install that you can re-run to gen a
if you already have a cert use the --force flag.
you can also pass a -days x flag to generate a cert that will expire
in 3000 days or somesuch.
there is a page at thawte/versign that explains (or used to be) how to
generate a cert by hand, but that's basically what ssl-certifcate does
if you gen a new cert for apache-ssl, delete your old cert and
force-reload to pick up the new cert.
your milage may very.
On Thu, Apr 13, 2000 at 10:50:54PM -0600, Andy Bradford wrote:
.Thus said Serhat Artun on Tue, 11 Apr 2000 15:23:39 +0300:
.> $ make certificate TYPE=custom
.> but it doesnt work or I couldnt make it if you know how can I create
.I don't know anything about making certificates for SSL, however, if it
.is using a Makefile, which I assume it must since you are using make,
.then you should do
.$ make TYPE=custom certificate
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