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subdomain for ssl not created

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by danej, Jan 15, 2004.

  1. danej

    danej Active Member

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    subdomain for secure cert not created

    I ordered my certificate for secure.domain.com. I went into "Install SSL" and put in the information and clicked "do it."

    It wont create the secure subdomain. I have deleted and tried again, and I tried to create the subdomain then install the cert afterwards with no luck.

    I try to ping it at secure.domain.com and it doesn't work and from the box it says the host is unrecognized.

    The certificate works at https://ip/~username/ and at https://www.domain.com/~username/ but you get the notice that it was registered for secure.domain.com.

    I am trying to setup a shared cert.

    Thanks for any ideas.
     
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    danej Active Member

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    tried to delete everything

    some progress has happened. I decided to just delete everything and start over with the cert. Deleted the subdomain and went in and deleted the ssl host. Went into httpd.conf and deleted everything between the IfDefine SSL tags. Then I went into the "SSL Manager" link. It lists my key in there 9 times laid out in the table like:
    secure.domain.key -> secure.domain.csr -> secure.domain.crt

    I have the original RSA that was generated, and I have the cert that was sent to me. So how do I delete all of those out of the SSL manager so that I can just start over? I think that is the problem. I can't find where it stores them. I'm on FreeBSD. I checked in /usr/local/apache/conf/ssl.crt but don't see anything useful in there.

    Thanks for any help.
     
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    easyhoster1 Well-Known Member

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    Take a look in

    /usr/share/ssl/certs
     
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