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Got a question... How do you unsubscribe to Hoping for any comment. Another question I got... Ok, I'm progressing well with the shop, except anything that deals with account specific pages gets directed to a page not found..

What do I do??.

Does this have anything to do with SSL certificates? I don't have any stalled..


You will note that even on the main page clicking on "log yourself in?" Or "create an account?" provides a dead link...

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I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I got an good answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could answer your iPage question..

Comment #1

That's the thing, I'm not..

Initially I thought I would be, so from memory, when I auto installed OsCommerce I think I chose the "SSL enable" option in my hosts Cpanel. Well, at this stage I don't have an SSL certificate and most of my shop won't work (no access to it)...

Comment #2



Define('ENABLE_SSL', false); // secure webserver for checkout procedure?..

Comment #3

Post both admin and includes configure.php.


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West One Hosting.

: 13 July 2008, 01:35..

Comment #4

The other odd thing is when I go to your home page of your site.


And try.


I get this in f/fox alert error code 12263..

Have you install a ssl ever? on this iPage domain name.

And if you do not have a ssl we should get :.

Can't establish a connection.

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West One Hosting.

: 13 July 2008, 01:42..

Comment #5

Ummm. Dunno. Just before I was in Cpanel and I played around with a "generate" key. It gave me some weird text and other stuff. I then tried, in Cpanel, to create a certificate, but I don't know what to put under "pass phrase"..

Basically, in terms of this SSL certificate I don't know what I am doing and have tried stuff in the Cpanel but I don't know what I did or what the result is..

Look. To cut a long story short, as far as I know there has never been an SSL certificate on the site, EVER. I don't know how to do it..

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: 13 July 2008, 01:45..

Comment #6

I believe you generate a CSR then submit that to the SSL company when you buy a SSL certificate..

They take that, make some files and send them back, and you install the SSL certificate from the files they send back to you...

Comment #7

Ok mate. Got it. I was in the wrong configure file before. I went to shop/admin/configure.php..

Thanks for your patience...

Comment #8


Right this may take some time to sort (as it is 3:00am and I need sleep).

Go to cpanel..

Comment #9


I get stuck on generating the CSR. To do that I need to generate a key. I've done that. But then with the key, which I don't know where it went because after I generated it, it disappeared, I need to fill in the CSR details. However, I do note that it says in the Cpanel that I have keys for:.

I will have to call up the company and ask them what to do. I don't know what to put under the "pass phrase" part of the CSR registration...

Comment #10


Then go to SSL/TLS Manager.

Then Generate, view, upload, or delete your private keys..

Then Functions > Remove.

Then do this for :.

Certificate Signing Requests (CSR).

And Certificates (CRT).

This should I hope sort your iPage site out let me now if it does not.

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West One Hosting.

: 13 July 2008, 01:56..

Comment #11

Ok done..

It says:.

Keys on Server.

No SSL KEYs Found.

Certificate Signing Requests on Server.

No SSL CSRs Found.

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: 13 July 2008, 01:56..

Comment #12

I hate to be a party pooper, but can you take care of the osCommerce warning on your home page?..

Comment #13

I have about 30min till bed calls.

Could / would you pm me cpanel login I will look at it for you? (I run a iPage hosting iPage site and it would be quicker).

I can sort that to if needed?.

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West One Hosting.

: 13 July 2008, 02:02..

Comment #14

Is that the one about being able to write to the configuration file and this being a security risk?.

If so, yes, I have already upgraded the settings and this security warning should not be there anymore...

Comment #15


But it is still showing.

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West One Hosting.

: 13 July 2008, 02:06..

Comment #16

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.