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I cannot get SSL working with Apache 2.0.59. Apache2 is not recognizing the SSL directives.
I have MEPIS Linux (Debian) and I have openssl 0.9.8c installed as a package, but Apache2 was built from source (i.e. not installed as a package). I have the correct directives in Apache's config file but it is not being recognized. I configured Apache - before compiling - to enable SSL and where to find it. Here is where I messed up...I think. Before installing SSL as a package, I built it from open source. Then I configured Apache to locate the SSL files from that build.
So now I am trying to configure Apache (./configure) to locate the SSL files that are part of the package, not the build. I don't know if this is the problem or solution. I am still a pseudo-rookie to Linux.