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I Installed SSL, but pages are coming up "page cannot be found"

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Seriom, Sep 24, 2005.

  1. Seriom

    Seriom Active Member

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    Lots of problems here...

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    first one - I was playing around last night and got a ssl from rapid ssl, one of their free 30 day ones, but then this morning went through cpanel and discovered I can use the cpanel whm and grab a 1 year one, so I did that. Now I have 2 SSL's in there

    When I got to List SSL Hosts - it give my domain, seriom.com - so I assume that is correct. But when I go to the SSL Manager, it gives me 2 of everything. I assume it is listing both SSL's that I got in there. Is there a way to delete both, and just enter in the one from SecureSSL that I received today?
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    Second problem - When i load up my site, http://www.seriom.com it loads fine, but when someone clicks on a link that requires a SSL, like https://www.seriom.com/aLogIn.php, I get "the page cannot be found". and if I go to https://www.seriom.com, it gives me the "There is no website configured at this address." page from cpanel.
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    I am totally new to all this, but am trying to learn...anyone know what is going on with my SSL pages not loading? and also how do I delete SSL's out of my server?
     
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  2. AndyReed

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    SSH to your server and find the certs you want to delete: /usr/share/ssl/certs/
    You also need to make sure that the syntax for SSL entry is in the httpd.conf file.
     
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  3. Seriom

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    there is no folder ssl in the /usr/share/ directory

    there is /usr/share/openssl/

    it is a freebsd system, does that change the location?
     
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