Set up a secure virtual host in Apache

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Setting up an https server in Apache is easy. This tutorial covers how to create and sign your ssl certificate as well as how to configure the web server.

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Hello I am trying to make

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Hello

I am trying to make Appache in secure mode but it is showing httpd service failed.

No, your mouse must be

Anonymous's picture

No, your mouse must be broken.

This really helped I too have something adding to this

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Great tutorial!

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I was wondering if you could also add a video on how to use password authentication with apache (.htaccess/.htpasswd or another method). I've had trouble with this in the past and I am sure others would find this useful as well.
Thanks
Rick

Appache showing httpd failed in secure mode

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Hello

I am trying to make Appache in secure mode but it is showing httpd service failed.

Transcript

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Not sure why I forgot to link to the transcript this time... here it is:

http://dark-code.bulix.org/2l5cdw-69332?raw

what?

Anonymous's picture

can't copy+paste the intructions? something wrong with my firefox?

about Copy-n-Paste comments

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You can't copy-paste from a video :)
Load up the transcript and copy-n-paste from there

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