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Forum: Developers' Forum 8th July 2009, 02:19
Replies: 13
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Posted By TokyNET
I got it working!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I turns out...

I got it working!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I turns out that I did have the ssl.conf file (I was looking on a diff server when I was not able to find ssl.conf before... :rolleyes: )

So, my problem was that...
Forum: Developers' Forum 8th July 2009, 01:48
Replies: 13
Views: 19,521
Posted By TokyNET
Thanks for the reply, I'm looking at this thread...

Thanks for the reply, I'm looking at this thread since this is the only one i've found that had a "how-to" to get ssl working on the control panel. I however, have no ssl.conf on /etc/http/conf.d...
Forum: Developers' Forum 28th June 2009, 21:53
Replies: 13
Views: 19,521
Posted By TokyNET
Did you read and see what I pasted? ...

Did you read and see what I pasted?

Assumption correct, however your post does not help the situation...

Besides changing the path (changing /etc/apache2/ to /etc/httpd/)
I have installed a...
Forum: Developers' Forum 27th June 2009, 18:50
Replies: 13
Views: 19,521
Posted By TokyNET
Since it seems i'm the only one reading this...

Since it seems i'm the only one reading this post.

I found my problem for apache not starting...

I had installed mod_ssl through yum...and it started to conflict with something that was already...
Forum: Developers' Forum 26th June 2009, 19:05
Replies: 13
Views: 19,521
Posted By TokyNET
BTW, this is the output of netstat -an, oddly...

BTW, this is the output of netstat -an, oddly enough, there is nothing listening on 80 or 443....

netstat -an | grep LISTEN | grep -v ACC
tcp 0 0 XX.XX.189.148:53 0.0.0.0:* ...
Forum: Developers' Forum 26th June 2009, 19:00
Replies: 13
Views: 19,521
Posted By TokyNET
Is this still the way to do this? I ask because...

Is this still the way to do this? I ask because all of this is already in my conf file (or maybe im not clear if that is "add the following AFTER this lines...)

<VirtualHost _default_:8080>...
Forum: Installation/Configuration 22nd June 2009, 08:29
Replies: 8
Views: 18,591
Posted By TokyNET
Hello, I'm looking for the same setup, I found...

Hello, I'm looking for the same setup, I found this post on another thread on this forums.



I will try this setup later but I'm not sure I understand what document to edit when he says "add the...
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