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Old 17th February 2006, 01:46
TheMJ TheMJ is offline
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Ah, very good. That worked nicely.

Unfortunately, now I can't connect to it. Firefox complains of a bad ssl certificate.
I am just using this for personal use, and won't be using it from outside my home LAN. Is there a way to switch it to non-SSL after the install? Or an easy way to remake/repair my "corrupted" certificates?
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