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Old 01-26-2008, 08:57 AM   #1
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SSL keeps breaking... Need help!

I have a vps server in which I have setup Direct Admin on as the control panel. I also have a site setup in there with a dedicated IP address.

Everything is working fine for the site. However, the SSL is not working by default. For some reason, in order to get it working I have to manually edit /etc/httpd/conf/ips.conf which is not a good thing because everytime I create or remove a domain in Direct Admin, it re-writes that file and changes all of the other stuff that I added.

Is there anyone here that knows why this is happening??

Note: In order to get it working, I have to force it to look at the user level SSL crt & key. otherwise, it is trying to authenticate with the server's crt & key.

Please help! I have someone that wants to sign up for hosting and I don't want to screw up their site down the road.


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