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Web developer in training


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comment I have a proxy server pointing to my web server, where do I install my SSL?
i have my sites on virtualhosts already, i can't figure out how to server the static content from the web server over to the proxy server via the SSL connection. The example I proivded above is a direct copy of my 2 setups except that I have now my proxy also set up on default:443 and also have a virtualhost my webserver set to :80
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comment I have a proxy server pointing to my web server, where do I install my SSL?
So I was able to follow your instructions and get the certificate installed. But now when i access the HTTPS version of my site (via the proxy) I get a Your browser sent a request that this server could not understand.<br /> Reason: You're speaking plain HTTP to an SSL-enabled server port.
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accepted I have a proxy server pointing to my web server, where do I install my SSL?
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comment I have a proxy server pointing to my web server, where do I install my SSL?
how would i be able to mask my webservers IP?
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comment I have a proxy server pointing to my web server, where do I install my SSL?
to redirect my domain to another IP
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comment I have a proxy server pointing to my web server, where do I install my SSL?
thank you for the clarification. I do see the ssl.conf that shipped with Apache. So what you are saying is that I need to do a <VirtualHost *:443> And insert my SSL certificate code there? Or let the ssl.conf file do that it needs to do?
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accepted load a php page with a cron job
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comment load a php page with a cron job
So this means if a user registers and creates the .conf file via the registration script that invokes the cron job to reload apache; the register script can finishes doing everything it needs to before apache gets reloaded?
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accepted cron job gives me permission denied errors when running
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comment cron job gives me permission denied errors when running
sorry for the late reply, your right. i got 2 clipboards confused when i pasted. The crontab doesn't have the root issued. So you are are saying that I need to chmod +x the backup.*.cron rather than the backup file that has the cron job rules.