[lug] SSH

Brian R. Stamper brianstamper at smartsbroadcast.com
Thu Feb 22 13:06:33 MST 2001

When we set up the server I used the mod_ssl when configuring apache.  I
looked at the httpd.conf thinking I would find it there after seeing some of
the changes that could be made in the manual at openssl.org.  Unfortunatly
we still don't know/understand how to check or make it work if its there?
It seems to be there.  The http://ipaddress says Hey, it worked! The
SSL/TLS-aware Apache webserver was successfully installed on this site and
has the two little gifs that say secured by mod_ssl and includes OpenSSL?
So I would assume there there.
----- Original Message -----
From: <rm at mamma.varadinet.de>
To: <lug at lug.boulder.co.us>
Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2001 1:47 PM
Subject: Re: [lug] SSH

On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 01:40:54PM -0600, Ed Meyer wrote:
> One small correction - the URL I referred to that won't work is:
> https://ipaddress/

Ok, that clarifies some of my questions. So you actually want
to use SSL. When you set up your apache server, what way of
SSL integration did you use--mod_ssl or a compiled in SSL?

To actually be able to use SSL you need to give some extra
bits to the server, for example you need to provide the server
with a server certificate.


> If you use http://ipaddress/ the regular index.html page kicks in...
> Sorry for the typo!
> Ed Meyer
> Smarts Broadcast Systems
>   ----- Original Message -----
>   From: Ed Meyer
>   To: BLUG
>   Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2001 1:31 PM
>   Subject: [lug] SSH
>   We have RH 7.0 running with Apache/Frontpage/PHP/SSH.  So far we can
verify Apache, Frontpage, and PHP are working properly.  However I don't
know enough about SSH to know how to see if it is actually running.  Is
there a separate folder where content needs to be to see if its working?  If
we http://ipaddress/ it says the page is unavailable.
>   Thanks!
>   Ed Meyer
>   Smarts Broadcast Systems
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