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What kind of question is that? You started the thread...
I'm not 100% clear on how it works, but I believe it is at least an important part of your SSL, yes...
Alan - why so harsh? :-\.
I was saying in my Webhost Admin panel - I can configure the SSL and it looks exactly the same type of what kind of certificate they sent me to put up and I was wondering if it replaced the SSL certicate..
This digital certificate file (xxxxxx.pm) needs to be uploaded on your site..
Look at the instructions while installing linkpoint cardservices payment module...
Hmmm - you don;t have a copy of those instructions do you?..
Set up SSL on the new server.
If you have not already done so, make sure that the new server has SSL running on it (all VPS v2 servers are set up with SSL by default)..
Copy the Certificate to the New Server.
Using FTP or another method, copy the certificate and Private Key files to the new server. Both the certificate and the key are stored in the /usr/local/apache/conf/ directory of the Virtual Private Server. The certificate should be in a file named ssl.cert, and the key should be in the ssl.pk file. If you use FTP, be sure to copy the files to the new server as ASCII files..
Make Sure your Private Key has been Decrypted.
It's a good idea to check your Private Key to make sure it has been decrypted. Use more or your favorite text editor to view the file. If your key has been decrypted, you should not see the following lines before the encoded elements of the key..
If your Private Key does have those lines near the beginning, run the following command to remove the encryption..
# openssl rsa -in ssl.pk -out ssl.pk.
With the ssl.pk in place and decrypted, and the ssl.cert in place on your Virtual Private Server, run the restart_apache command to restart your Web server so that it will use the new certificate...
Hmmm - thats definately a start but since I dont run my own server, I assume I should point my webhost here to see if they can do it?.
Thanks again for your help..
Your Digital Certificate.
Below is a copy of your digital certificate. In order for you to.
Begin accepting credit card payments, your ISP may require a digital.
Certificate to complete the setup of your store. A copy of your digital certificate.
Has been e-mailed to your ISP. This certificate should be saved as a file.
On your Web server with a .pem extension. Copy all characters beginning.
With the line that states, "BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY" through the end.
Of this e-mail where it states, "END CERTIFICATE"..
How do I go about doing this?..
If you have a webhost, you're supposed to gvie that to them...