This short how-to explains how to get HTTPS/SSL working on Leopard, which uses apache2. First, follow the steps in this hint, but instead of following Step 5, do the following:After these steps, restart apache2. Preferably do this from the command line (sudo apachectl graceful), so that you can see if the configuration is accepted or not. After that, point your browser to https://localhost/, and marvel at https beauty.
- Edit /private/etc/apache2/httpd.conf, and uncomment the following line (it's line 473 in my installation):
- Edit /private/etc/apache2/extra/httpd-ssl.conf, and make sure that:
- SSLCertificateFile points to newcert.pem
- SSLCertificateKeyFile points to webserver.nopass.key
- SSLCACertificateFile points to cacert.pem
- SSLCARevocationPath points to demoCA/crl