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RE: Intalling apache-ssl


Try this:

Restart normal apache to verify it's still ok (should be)
-/etc/init.d/./apache restart
-check it in a browser http://

Reconfigure apache-ssl
-dpkg-reconfigure apache-ssl
-make sure you enable "mod_php4" when you see the list of modules to enable.
-restart apache-ssl /etc/init.d/./apache-ssl restart
-check your php page in  a browser https://


-----Original Message-----
From: Ed Curtis [mailto:ed@homes2see.com] 
Sent: Monday, January 24, 2005 10:59 AM
To: Kirchner, Patrick
Cc: 'debian-user@lists.debian.org'
Subject: RE: Intalling apache-ssl

I did get my hands on a test server and tried this. Apache-SSL installed
fine but when doing automatic configurations it told me that my httpd.conf
file was different and asked me what I wanted to do. I left my config file
alone. Apache-SSL was started but Apache was shut down. I can now only view
https:// links to the server and cannot parse .php pages at all.

> Yes, it works side by side with regular Apache.  It just takes over 
> https, all your other virtual hosts under /etc/apache/ won't be 
> touched.
>  Does it work side-by-side with apache or does it take over all http 
> and https requests and remove standard apache. What I'm most concerned 
> about is losing the configurations for all my virtual hosts and php 
> functionality.
> >
> > Apache-ssl gets installed into a separate directory 
> > "/etc/apache-ssl"
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> >
> >  My boss wants to start doing some CC transactions through our 
> > website but our server currently does not have apache-ssl installed. 
> > My question is can I install the apache-ssl using apt and not lose 
> > any of our current configuration or should I back up my /etc/apache 
> > dir and do the install and add everything back in?
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Ed

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