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SSL integration with Apache2.3
Joined: Dec 28, 2004
Nov 08, 2006 02:17:00
I am trying to install Apache and i want to make it ssl aware. My apache version is 2.2. Do i need to download any ssl software like Apache ssl or Mod_ssl?. Or Apache itself supports?.
Any one having the idea of this?. Please let me know.
Joined: Jun 14, 2006
Nov 12, 2006 12:24:00
I would start with the online Apache httpd docs. The rock.
My understanding is that the SSL module (v2) comes with the server. You will need a certificate. Again, httpd docs are very helpful.
"This is not to say that design is unnecessary. But after a certain point, design is just speculation." --Philip Chu
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