[omd-users] Use NginX instead of apache
werner.flamme at ufz.de
Wed Jan 17 10:41:44 CET 2018
Imre Bertalan [17.01.2018 09:39]:
> Hey Forum!
> I'm using NginX ever since I'm working with webservers, but have not used
> apache yet. (Didn't have to). Therefore, the configurations for OMD looks
> very confusing for me. My main issue yet is to install an SSL certificate
> for my omd website. With NginX I would know where to start, but with apache
> and all the links everywhere, I'm getting very dizzy now. So I have mainly
> 2 questions.
> 1; Where the hell can I put my crt and key files and with what names so
> apache will recofnise it and use it.
in Apache, you have several options like SSLCertificateFile,
SSLCertificateKeyFile, SSLCertificateChainFile, SSLCACertificatePath,
SSLCARevocationFile. They can contain any path, like
If you have certificates from Let's Encrypt, just give the paths to
/etc/certbot/live/ accordingly, like
the other options aren't used in this case.
The options' description can be found in
To use them, you must include the mod_ssl (command "a2enmod ssl") in the
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