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Re: apache2 - SSL

Ever heard of, "apache2-ssl-certificate"?
I found reference to it on one URL about Debian Apache2 and SSL
but I can't seem to find anything in Debian that actually have this name.

So I'm back to square run. Can't figure out how to configure Apache2 +SSL.

On May 1, 2007, at 7:29 AM, Roberto C. Sánchez wrote:

On Tue, May 01, 2007 at 06:55:01AM -0400, Tom Allison wrote:
I'm trying to set up apache2 for SSL.
Did not find anything in the /usr/share/docs for apache2 related to
ssl so I'm thinking the SSL stuff is pretty much up to me.

It is just a matter of enabling the module and configuring to operate
how you want.

Do I have to generate the Certs or are they generated during

IIRC, apache2 ships the the snakeoil certificates. However, don't want
to actually use those for anything.  The SSL howto at tldp.org details
how to create your own certificated authority, create a certificate
request and then generate and self-sign the certificate.  If you are
setting this up for personal use, that is all you need. If this is some
sort of e-commerce or other site where users will be thrown off by an
untrusted CA notification in their browsers, then you will need to buy a

How do I specify http:80 and https:443?

Using Listen directives.



Roberto C. Sánchez

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