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I have a debian server, have created a csr and purchased a certificate.  How do I install the certificate on the server?
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I am not sure, these are not working.  it appears I have to edit the file default-ssl for apache in this version of linux.
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What directive you edit? Can you post the apache log and http.conf?
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My server has the apache2.conf is this the same as http.conf?
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Yes.
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what about the default-ssl file?  I dont see any reference to a certificate in this file.
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default-ssl should contain the sitename and port number. This should get you started -

https://www.linode.com/wiki/index.php/Apache2_SSL_in_Ubuntu
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