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
So I'm back to square run. Can't figure out how to configure Apache2
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.
IIRC, apache2 ships the the snakeoil certificates. However, don't
Do I have to generate the Certs or are they generated during
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
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
How do I specify http:80 and https:443?
Using Listen directives.
Roberto C. Sánchez