You should have received your certificate from us, a file typically named 'your_domain_com.crt' as well as the 'CA bundle' file containing the intermediate certificates, typically named 'your_domain_com.ca-bundle'. [or download the Ca Bundle]
Installing the certificate requires you to be able to make changes to Apache's configuration files, and restart the Apache server process. Please ensure you can do this before you continue. Also, you will need a Dedicated IP for the SSL domain. You cannot install the SSL on to a IP where are more then one domains!
Apache 1.3.x:SSLEngine on
Apache 2.x:SSLEngine on
If you have chosen to have a password on your private key, you will be prompted to enter it each time Apache is started or restarted. Apache will not fully start until the password is entered.
The configuration file is often called httpd.conf or apache.conf, although sometimes the SSL-specific section is placed in a separate file called ssl.conf and linked from the main configuration by an 'Include' command. Sometimes, the VirtualHost section will be in a specific file for that site, in a sub-directory often labelled sites-enabled/.
Much of the layout of Apache's configuration files and directory naming conventions is controlled by the distribution of OS you are using. It is recommended that you look at the distribution's own site and documentation to confirm the locations:
Debian, CentOS, Fedora etcc.
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