Sorry for bumping my own post, but I'm really in need of help here. I'm at a
loss. Maybe it's because folks are on holiday given the time of year, but if
anyone thinks they can help, I'd very much appreciate it. :o)


On Dec 27, 2007 3:30 PM, Chris Jordan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Hi folks,
> I'm a complete newbie to this stuff, and I need a little more help.
> I'm running apache 2.2.4 on a Fadora Core 6 (2.6.20-1.292.fc6). My first
> problem after I installed the certificate is that we apparently had an old
> self-signed certificate installed. So, once I figured out that the SSL
> directives were in the conf.d/ssl.conf and not in conf/httpd.conf, I was
> able to put my certificate information in that file and now our server is
> using our real certificate and not the self-signed one.
> Our server runs multiple domains using virtual hosting, and I've read
> through the archives enough to find out that I can't do named virtual host
> with SSL. That's fine. My problem now is that when I browse to:
>, I'm getting sent to another one of our other
> domains  ( -- for the sake of discussion) except that the
> URL in the address bar still says:
> I'm confused. I've searched through the archives, but can't seem to find
> out how this is happening.
> Here's another strange bit. We've got an old version and a newer version
> of "" and when I  browse to I get
> the new version. When I browse to I get the *old*
> version of the site -- just as I do when I browse to
> I hope I'm explaining this well enough. I really need help on how to get
> things working properly.
> The other thing that I'm curious about is whether we'll be able to secure
> any of our other domains hosted from this box in the future if we need to.
> From the reading I've done I'm thinking that's going to be a 'No', but what
> if we use the same certificate for all sites? That may be a dumb question,
> but again, I'm a genuine newbie here.
> My main concern is about the first part of this post... the side question
> about multiple domains is less important to me, but I'd still like to know.
> I sure hope someone can help me.
> Thanks heaps,
> Chris
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