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I am using RH7.3 with apache, I installed mod_ssl, and file httpd.cong seems ok, the tcp 443 port is opened, I also made server.key server.crt, but when restart httpd, no any prompt for inputing password, I don't know why, then "Server cannot found" is popuped, if I tried to browse https://mydomain.com

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When your restart Apache are you using "apachectl startssl"?
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