08-15-2006 03:12 AM
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08-15-2006 03:35 AM
on this page, search for the phrase:
"How can I get rid of the pass-phrase dialog at Apache startup time?"
I think this may help you.
UNIX because I majored in cryptology...
08-15-2006 05:20 AM
If startssl is asking for a passphrase then you built the certificate that way. The certificate needs to be generated without a certificate, which is what Ivan's link does.
Apache and ssl should start up in rc3.d directory, not rc2.d. There are basic network functions that you want working before applications like apache/apachessl are running.
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