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NoBullMan 14th December 2005 19:00

Invalid Certificate
 
Hi,
I just finished installing a web server (Ubuntu 5.10) using the "perfect setup" document, including ISPConfig:

Starting ISPConfig system...
/root/ispconfig/httpd/bin/apachectl startssl: httpd started
ISPConfig system is now up and running!
Congratulations! Your ISPConfig system is now installed.

When I try to open the page, either through the WAN IP on another PC running Windows XP, or through localhost, I get:

Could not establish an encrypted connection becuase the certificate presented by (localhost or <WAN IP>) is invalid or corrupted: -8182

Why is the certificate invalid.corrupt and how can I rebuild it?

Also, while browsing the forum, I noticed that someone wrote "...you have to use the same URL that's in /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/lib/config.inc.php". I cannot find this folder on my server. Of course the person who posted the question was runing Suse9.3 and I am runing Ubuntu 5.10. Is this also a cause for concern?

Thanks.

falko 14th December 2005 19:39

Quote:

Originally Posted by NoBullMan
Hi,
I just finished installing a web server (Ubuntu 5.10) using the "perfect setup" document, including ISPConfig:

Starting ISPConfig system...
/root/ispconfig/httpd/bin/apachectl startssl: httpd started
ISPConfig system is now up and running!
Congratulations! Your ISPConfig system is now installed.

When I try to open the page, either through the WAN IP on another PC running Windows XP, or through localhost, I get:

Could not establish an encrypted connection becuase the certificate presented by (localhost or <WAN IP>) is invalid or corrupted: -8182

Why is the certificate invalid.corrupt and how can I rebuild it?

http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=121

Quote:

Originally Posted by NoBullMan
Also, while browsing the forum, I noticed that someone wrote "...you have to use the same URL that's in /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/lib/config.inc.php". I cannot find this folder on my server. Of course the person who posted the question was runing Suse9.3 and I am runing Ubuntu 5.10. Is this also a cause for concern?

Please double-check. If this file doesn't exist, than most probably your installation failed...

NoBullMan 14th December 2005 20:08

Thanks Falko,
I did a netstat and it seems ISPConfig is running:

tcp 0 0 *:81 *:* LISTEN 8382/ispconfig_http

I used https when installing and I add :81 when trying to access.
I shutdown Norton Internet Security on the desktop that is trying to access the page, but it didn't help. Actually, I can't even access it from the web server itself using https://localhost:81. (I am having FTP and Telnet problems as well, it times out. However, after shutting down Norton, the FTP goes partly through, it doesn''t ime out but the log says: Receive error: Blocking call cancelled Retrieve of folder listing failed.) In case these error messages imply something relevant.

When I set up the server, I used the "how to " document and partitioned my drive according to what was suggested (swap, /, /boot and /var). I did a search for the config file and can't find it, yet the installation said that it had completed successfully (in my original post).

NoBullMan 14th December 2005 20:50

OK, I found the file config.inc.php in /home/admispconfig and the URL I am using is the same as the one listed in the file. But still not working ...

How can I rebuild the certificate?

Thanks

falko 14th December 2005 21:46

Quote:

Originally Posted by NoBullMan
How can I rebuild the certificate?

It's in this thread: http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=121

NoBullMan 14th December 2005 21:53

Thanks Falko, got it.
I rebuilt the certificate and it is working fine now. Thank you.


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