Re: Apache -- SSL and normal on same system?
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>>>>> "kmself" == kmself <email@example.com> writes:
kmself> On Sun, Aug 13, 2000 at 09:19:20AM -0300, John Ackermann wrote:
>> I've been running Apache successfully for a long time, and
>> would like to add a secured virtual site to my collection. I
>> tried installing Debian apache-ssl but ran into a brick wall
>> figuring out how to make it work both for normal http on port
>> 80, and https on port whatever. Could some kind soul give me a
>> pointer on how to set this up. All the documentation I've
>> found for apache-ssl seems to assume that you're going to run
>> only a secure site, and not a mix.
Look into libapache-mod-ssl... only one server, only one setup.
kmself> Run apache (regular) on port 80 and apache-ssl on 443.
kmself> I've got my box at work set up like this. Just roll out
kmself> the packages and start flying. Nothing tricky. If you
kmself> get stuck, post back to the list (and maybe ping me on the
As I said, I'd rather use mod_ssl... then you have only one setup, not
two which you have to keep in sync. (Yes, you might do ln -s
/etc/apache /etc/apache-ssl... but that seemed to tricky to me, when
mod_ssl makes it unnecessary)
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