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SLL Install Problem

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by poyrazozer, Apr 18, 2013.

  1. poyrazozer

    poyrazozer Member

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    I bought a SSL certificate from my reseller. I want to install it to my CPanel. It's CENTOS 5.9 x86_64 standard - WHM 11.36.1 (build 5). Here is my steps:
    1. clicked "Generate a SSL Certificate & Signing Request". I filled all the fields.
    2. go to my reseller website. I filled CSR code and private key. Then filled the other fields such as telephone number, postcode etc.
    3. went back to CPanel and clicked "Install a SSL Certificate and Setup the Domain". Firstly paste the Certificate Code which is given me in the 1st step. Then I clicked "Browse" button. IP and user fields filled automatically. I wrote my domain name. But I changed my username with that: "nobody". Also my domain is "subdomain.domain.com". Then I clicked submit it says matching problem between codes. But it gave me them.

    I created codes many times but I deleted all of them from "SSL Key/Crt Manager".

    So what can be the problem?
     
  2. quietFinn

    quietFinn Well-Known Member

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    I do it in this order:
    In "Install a SSL Certificate and Setup the Domain" fill in your domain (or hostname), then click "Browse", after that copy-paste the certificate and ca bundle, and change User to "nobody", then click "Submit".
     
  3. poyrazozer

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    It doesn't work.
     
  4. arunsv84

    arunsv84 Well-Known Member

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    Just to confirm,

    Are you trying to install SSL for a subdomain? Why you choose the user as nobody? Have you assigned dedicated ip to the website?

    Thanks!
     
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