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Old 20th February 2012, 11:46
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Default enabling https:// for specific domains

Since october 11 facebook requires a secured connection for fanpages, so I tried to enable https for a domain but apache2 failed to start.
I entered all data in the SSL Panel except SSL Request, SSL Certifikat& SSL Bundle.
Then I changed SSL Action to "Save Certificate". After that apache2 crashed, I wasn't able to restart the webserver.

Is ISPconfig3 able to create the SSL keys or do I have to pre-create the keys with openssl? What's the correct/best way to enable SSL for domains?

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