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Old 4th November 2012, 23:54
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Default SSL Certificate install trouble

All,

I have install per your Perfect Ubuntu 12.10 server howto and am having an issue with getting my certificate to work properly.

I've entered the ip address and am not using a wildcard and I have verifed that the certs are in-fact in the /var/www/sitename/ssl directory. SSL is checked on the proper page but when browsing to https://mysite.com I get a 701 error and the apache2 error log reads :

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client denied by server configuration: /var/www/
I can get to the non https site just fine but can't get the server configured to pull files from the proper location.

I've tried deleting the domain and re-creating it with no luck. It also seems that the virtual host file in /var/www/apache2/sites-enabled makes no mention of port 443 or ssl.

Thanks for your help!
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