Trying to get a Ruby on Rails app (Redmine) working properly with Apache and ssl. Through the cPanel I can set up the RoR framework, then load the actual apps, and do redirection if I want. So, I might have: "http://example.com:12001" "http://example.com:12002" the 12001 and 12002 ports are assigned automatically to the RoR mongrel servers. I have also been able to do: http://subdomain1.example.com http://subdomain2.example.com with redirects and the apps work. So far so good. What I really need to do is access these thru ssl something like: https://example.com:12001 https://example.com:12002 or https://subdomain1.example.com https://subdomain2.example.com or https://www.example.com/RoR_app1 https://www.example.com/RoR_app2 I simply need to encrypt the communication between the browser and this WHM and cPanel (v11) server. I've also installed (phusion) passenger on the machine which is supposed to make life easier... There are some google'd results for this issue but hardly any in a cPanel environment. Any and all help appreciated...Thank you in advance! OK! Made progress - on my test vm i've got RoR/Redmine, Apache, SSL and phusion-passenger working beautifully now on to deal with the idiosyncracies of cPanel...back later to report.