On Jul 30, 2008, at 12:05 PM, Lunetta, Laura wrote:
Well, I’ve narrowed it down the the GetSSLPassphrase in the
httpd.conf file. When I comment out that section, then manually
start Apache, it asks me for a passphrase. I enter it, then Apache
I’ve read some solutions involving removing the passphrase from the
server key. Any thoughts on that? Seems sketchy. Other solutions
involve putting the password directly into the .conf file, but I
haven’t had any success making it work.
Any other solutions to the getSSLPassphrase problem?
The GetSSLPassphrase app is trying to access the key file password
stored in your keychain as keyed by the domain name.
As I stated in my response to your previous email, import your
certificate using Server Admin under the Certificates panel.
After doing so, select that certificate from the popup menu within:
Removing the password encryption from the key file is an option, but
you MUST ensure that that file is only readable by root.
Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored.
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