[closed] How to configure SSL using Centos 5.8 + Kloxo + Apache?

I'm driving mad with this issue. I've already bought the cert. I've got the 3 files here:

SSLCertificateFile /home/kloxo/httpd/ssl/eth0__localhost.crt

SSLCertificateKeyFile /home/kloxo/httpd/ssl/eth0__localhost.key

SSLCACertificatefile /home/kloxo/httpd/ssl/eth0__localhost.ca

The conf file for the website is here:

can anybody provide help with this?

asked 07 Aug '12, 12:23 Abascal 414 Abascal's gravatar image
closed 07 Sep '12, 01:00

hi @Abascal, do you like some answer?

(25 Aug '12, 22:02) paraipan paraipan's gravatar image

not yet, https://www.bitcoinerr.com it doesn't work like without https :(

I've reviewed all anwers. But nothing works entirely.

(26 Aug '12, 20:12) Abascal Abascal's gravatar image

hmm I will try to help you then

Do you have a VPS with Kloxo installed or just managing your hosting service with it?

Edit: I just took a look at bitcoinerr and you seem to have ssl up and running fine :) You only need to update the platform to load resources over https, like jscripts, images and any external ones too. You can do it statically in the source code, change http:// to https://, and don't worry if they will load over https when people browse over normal http. Don't forget to put the same directory aliases of normal http in the SSL config file of apache.

(26 Aug '12, 22:00) paraipan paraipan's gravatar image

did you solved the issues @Abascal?

(31 Aug '12, 16:23) paraipan paraipan's gravatar image

The question has been closed for the following reason "NCT won 100.00 mBTC for the best answer." by Abascal 07 Sep '12, 01:00


I believe this should solve your problem. Depending on the configuration of CentOS, and its default Apache install, you may be able to skip some steps (I am assuming you didn't compile Apache yourself.)

Since you already have certificates, you can skip the bit about generating them and head down to the bits about installing them and telling the system to use them. (I would, however, recommend that you read the entire thing, just to be sure it all works the way you think it does.)

answered 09 Aug '12, 18:48 NCT 2493 NCT's gravatar image

Apache2 configuration file includes a line for SSL

Include /etc/apache2/extra/httpd-ssl.conf

in this file must declare the path of Cert files


good luck

answered 11 Aug '12, 09:31 xander273 212 xander273's gravatar image
edited 11 Aug '12, 09:35

1st Step:

Login in the SSH using the SSH PORT and VPS IP ADDRESS

Update all the packages installed of the Operating System

Code: Select all

yum -y update

2nd Step :

Use the wget Command to download latest version of Kloxo Auto Installer Script

Code: Select all

wget http://download.lxcenter.org/download/kloxo/production/kloxo-installer.sh

3rd Step:

Install Kloxo control panel as Master On the VPS

Code: Select all

sh ./kloxo-installer.sh --type=master

Next follow the instructions through the auto installer and thus complete the installation.

4th Step:

Congratulations. Kloxo has been installed succesfully on your server as master

You can connect to the server at: https://<ip-address>:7777 - secure ssl connection, or http://<ip-address>:7778 - normal one.

The login and password are 'admin' 'admin'. After Logging in, you will have to change your password to something more secure

I hope you'll find my answer helpful.

answered 18 Aug '12, 12:22 oti4uzo 2392 oti4uzo's gravatar image

I can't comment on the question it seems, which would be more appropriate. Can you paste the contents of your file.conf?

answered 08 Aug '12, 00:45 carlc75 762 carlc75's gravatar image

You can find it here: www.bitcoinerr.com/file.conf

(08 Aug '12, 14:16) Abascal Abascal's gravatar image

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