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whm/cpanel cert is stuck on delusions.cpanel.net!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by indiboi, Mar 15, 2002.

  1. indiboi

    indiboi Well-Known Member

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    Long ago I had changed my cpanel ssl cert to reflect my real cert.

    With the recent build there is the option of changing this with WHM... convenient... I guess.

    Problem now though is that I cannot get it to change back to my cert...

    I have &fetched& the cert... upon submission of the form I am greeted with a blank page... the cert remains the bogus delusions.cpanel.net one even after a restart of cpanel.

    What's the deal here? ...how did this overwrite my procected cpanel.pem... I'm assuming that it is now using something else, but what?
     
  2. indiboi

    indiboi Well-Known Member

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    I'll reply to myself...

    the new file is mycpanel.pem.

    After digging through to get the &Real& cert and key I just manually pasted both of those back into the cpanel.pem and mycpanel.pem where they needed to be.
     
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    totalufo Well-Known Member

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    If I'm not mistaken, the new cpanel build let's you correct this. Anyone else confirm this?
     
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    indiboi Well-Known Member

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    well... when I woke up yesterday I had to re-edit the .pem files again...

    I was assuming, incorrectly, that with the &mycpanel.pem& that you'd not need to go in and make the file immutable.

    Changing the cert through WHM still does not work (using Mozilla or Konqueror).
     
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