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Re: [suse-security] Using SSL Certs
Thanks allot of for the help! I have a few questions below.
I've already generated a cert with openssl. Is gensslcert another way
to do it or a way to test Apache?
This will do:
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Gensslcert will generate a certificate for 2000 days (this should be long
Which directory?? httpd? or apache2?? or both?? I am running SUSE 9.0
which I assume is using apache2.
Go to /etc/httpd (/etc/apache2) and there to
So in this example, if my server was 'homeserver' I would rename all the
certs (cert.pem, key.pem & req.pem) as follows respectively:
homeserver.crt, homeserver.key, & homeserver.csr and copy them to the
corresponding directories? This is the boxes local name? or FQDN that
the cert specifies?
and rename all new certs (<SERVERNAME>server.*) to:
# General setup for the virtual host
Edit /etc/sysconfig/apache (apache2)
Again, which one? apache or apache2??
I should know from your above answers, but this would depend upon which
version of apache correct???
APACHE_MODULES=" [...] ssl"
Next do a
SuSEconfig --module apache (or apache2)
Check if the server comes up.
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