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Hi all. I am using redhat 7.1, apache 1.3-19, mod_ssl-2.8.5-0.7
At the moment, the ssl certificate has expired. When user accessed the site, will prompt up requesting for certificate install.
The server certificate has expired. how can i go about renewing the server SSL certificate ?? Pls advise.
@echo "This makefile allows you to create:"
@echo " o public/private key pairs"
@echo " o SSL certificate signing requests (CSRs)"
@echo " o self-signed SSL test certificates"
@echo "To create a key pair, run \"make SOMETHING.key\"."
@echo "To create a CSR, run \"make SOMETHING.csr\"."
@echo "To create a test certificate, run \"make SOMETHING.crt\"."
@echo "To create a key and a test certificate in one file, run \"make SOMETHING.pem\"."
@echo "To create a key for use with Apache, run \"make genkey\"."
@echo "To create a CSR for use with Apache, run \"make certreq\"."
@echo "To create a test certificate for use with Apache, run \"make testcert\"."
@echo " make server.key"
@echo " make server.csr"
@echo " make server.crt"
@echo " make stunnel.pem"
@echo " make genkey"
@echo " make certreq"
@echo " make testcert"