You're almost there! and HTTPS

I’ve installed v3.4.5 and have configured it properly to allow
connections via HTTP. However, we need it accept connections via HTTPS.
It would appear this is happening as I’m being directed to a page that
says “You’re almost there!” with something about setting up mod-perl,
fastcgi, etc. This shouldn’t be an issue since connecting via HTTP
lands me at the login screen which tells me mod_perl is configured properly.

I’ve created the certificates needed for ssl to work and have them in
place. I’ve also configured ssl.conf and pointed it to the correct
DocumentRoot and ServerName. I assume these are correct as I am getting
to the page that I’m seeing.

I’ve searched the wiki but didn’t find anything regarding the greeting
I’m getting. Any help would be appreciated.

Mathew Snyder
Systems Administrator
Network+
ServerVault TechOps

I’ve installed v3.4.5 and have configured it properly to allow
connections via HTTP. However, we need it accept connections via HTTPS.
It would appear this is happening as I’m being directed to a page that
says “You’re almost there!” with something about setting up mod-perl,
fastcgi, etc. This shouldn’t be an issue since connecting via HTTP
lands me at the login screen which tells me mod_perl is configured properly.

I’ve created the certificates needed for ssl to work and have them in
place. I’ve also configured ssl.conf and pointed it to the correct
DocumentRoot and ServerName. I assume these are correct as I am getting
to the page that I’m seeing.
Share relative parts of the httpd config and and RT config and we’ll
try to help you out.

I’ve searched the wiki but didn’t find anything regarding the greeting
I’m getting. Any help would be appreciated.


Mathew Snyder
Systems Administrator
Network+
ServerVault TechOps


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