so i established my own certificate authority and have a server
certification - and now i would like to create a new server
certificate, signed by the same ca. however, when i do
mod-ssl-makecert, i get:
What type of certificate do you want to create ?
1. dummy (dummy self-signed Snake Oil cert)
2. test (test cert signed by Snake Oil CA)
3. custom (custom cert signed by own CA)
4. existing (existing cert)
Use dummy when you're a vendor package maintainer,
test when you're an admin but want to do tests only,
custom when you're an admin willing to run a real server
and existing when you're an admin who upgrades a server.
Normally you'd use "test" (2)
SSL Certificate Generation Utility (mkcert.sh)
Copyright (c) 1998-2000 Ralf S. Engelschall, All Rights Reserved.
Using existing custom certificate [EXISTING]
mkcert.sh: No certificate file given
my ca.crt is in /etc/apache/ssl.crt/ca.crt, and the key is in
any help appreciated!
[greetings from the heart of the sun]# echo madduck@!#:1:s@\@@@.net
micro$oft windoze: proof that p. t. barnum was correct.
- Re: mod-ssl
- From: "J.H.M. Dassen \(Ray\)" <firstname.lastname@example.org>