Certificate Installation: Apache 2.4.8+
Posted by Comodo Technical Support - Sudharshan, Last modified by Nicole Wayland on February 03 2017 16:08
Under Linux, to check the version number of your Apache server, execute the following command:
Note : If your Apache server's version is less than 2.4.8, please skip this article and go this link
Configure the Apache server:
C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Apache X.X\conf\SSL2015 C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\EasyPHP\SSL2015
In a standard installation under Linux, the SSL advanced configuration file is located here:
but it is not in this file that you will activate the certificate for a website. You'll have to edit the file
Actually you can duplicate the record for port 80 (should be in your VirtulHost file by default) and change port 80 to port 443. Simply add it below non-secure module.
2. In the Virtual Host settings for your site, locate the SSL certificate settings section and verify that you have the following 2 directives within the Virtual Host. Please add them in if they are not present:
Example VirtualHost Configuration:
3. If you want to enable OCSP Stapling for the website, please add the following directive to the Virtual Host section:
Also specify OCSP cache response location and size outside of the Virtual Host section using SSLStaplingCache directive:Converting a SSL certificate in Apache to Windows
Note: OSCP Stapling can be configured starting from Apache HTTP server 2.3.3 and later.
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