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Old 30th June 2009, 02:00
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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/)

Edit: "a2enmod" seems to be for debian based systems...
When I find someone asking for help in a thread about a howto written for Ubuntu I naturally assume that person is running Ubuntu or Debian or another Debian derivative. However now that you have stated that you have been changing apache2 to read httpd then you are probably running Centos or Fedora and those distros store the keys in a different location /etc/pki/ not /etc/apache2/ssl. If you read /etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl.conf you will find out exactly where your httpd expects to find the keys.
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