Automated Installation of SSL-Certificates for Apache.
firstname.lastname@example.org 2003-10-28 20:28 CET
AutoSSL-0.1.0-src.tar (10 kb)
creates and installs the ssl self signed
certificates for the https-basedomain and restarts the httpd server
Usually you should be through with it in a
cp AutoSSL-0.1.0-src.tar /etc
tar -xf AutoSSL-0.1.0-src.tar
EDIT openssl.conf and adopt the C, ST, L, O
,OU, an CN (CN is absolutely necessary and has to be your FQDN)
./install-sslkeys.sh Password (is optional)
Have a fag, beer or coffee, your done
This script will generate self-signed Server Certificates for you, will copy
them to /etc/httpd/conf/ssl.* and will restart httpd for you.
You can call install-sslkeys.sh [PASSWORD]. The Password is optional
Please make sure that the files
install-sslkeys.sh and openssl.conf reside in /etc/AutoSSL and adopt the C, ST,
L, O ,OU, an CN Parameters in openssl.conf to your needs.
Be AWARE that CommonName (CN) has to be a FQDN
(Fully Qualified Domain Name) that MUST be equal to the called URL
i.e. https://www.demos.at has a CN of www.demos.at and NOT demos.at"
Rob Patrick wrote:
Found a solution in the list archives from last month.
That script works great!!! Thanks much.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Waitman C. Gobble, II" <[EMAIL
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Wednesday, October 15, 2003 12:28 AM
Subject: RE: SSL cert & key generation on an appliance
Your'e Welcome Rob, this is why it's worth doing it ;-)
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