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Old 20th April 2009, 02:13 AM
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replacement of a ssl certificate

Does anyone know of a good "How to" for making a re-key/replacement of a ssl certificate...

dedicated Server is:
Fedora 10
Apache
bind
openssl

I had a godaddy cert. that worked fine with no browser errors but the date expired.
I got the a new godaddy cert but now I have cert errors cuz the date is expired on the old key (I guess).

This is my first cert replacement and I am lost any help would be appreciated...

also if there is anyone out here who would like to trade some web-space for maintaining my server drop me a note... I had a heart attack and can not really handle maintaining the box... it is up and running with 6 websites, mail, ftp, ssl, firewall, denyhost, etc. I can handle the sites but would love to find someone to handle the box...

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