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SSL Certificate Installation on Nginx or Apache

Log — Tags: , , — Posted by Starck on January 11, 2014

SSL Certificate

Before we can sign up for a certificate we have to generate a RSA private key

You will be prompted to provide a passphrase(required). The key file is secured with this passphrase but we will eventually remove this protection.

Then, we will use this private key to generate a certificate signing request which is then submitted to the CA.

Remove the encryption from the RSA private key

Before we start configuring HTTPS Server we have to make sure to remove the passphrase from our RSA key. Otherwise you have to provide the password every time server started.

The unencrypted private key should only be readable by the owner of the Nginx or Apache master process. Most of the time this is the root user:

Generate SSL Certificate

Setting up server

Nginx
Apache

Nginx with Apache + FastCGI + PHP-FPM

Coding — Tags: , , , — Posted by Starck on January 10, 2014


Install Apache2 + FastCGI + PHP-FPM

Apache Settings

/etc/apache2/sites-availabe/test.server.com.conf:

/etc/apache2/ports.conf:

Install Nginx

sudo apt-get install nginx

/etc/nginx/sites-available/test:

sudo ln -s /etc/nginx/sites-available/test /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/test

sudo rm /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/default

Restart Server

sudo service nginx restart

sudo service apache2 restart

sudo service php5-fpm restart

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