new SSL certificate

i have a Ubuntu apache2 web server with ssl certificate .Every time when i restart apache ask password.
I found a script and work well .

SSLPassPhraseDialog exec:/path/to/passphrase-script

#!/bin/sh
echo "mypassphrase here"

Now certificate is old and got new certificate with new challange passord. Can you please explain me what do i need to do?  can i change my script easly or i need a new script ? or can i add new password under old one  like:

#!/bin/sh
echo "mypassphrase here"
echo "myNEWpassphrase here"



Thank you
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Prabhin MPEngineer-TechOPSCommented:
The best thing is to remove the password from the  certificate file , so no longer the script is required.
Execute the following command to remove the password from the file. and change the filename in the SSL configuration file.




openssl rsa -in [file1.key] -out [file2.key]




Hope you understood what I'm saying .
needs needsAuthor Commented:
Sorry i don not understamd why remove ? old one works with Password.

can i edit   passphrase-script Password ? and i write instead old one new one and save it. or i cant edit it?
Prabhin MPEngineer-TechOPSCommented:
yeah you edit the passphrase in the script.

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needs needsAuthor Commented:
can i do that working if comment old Password?

#!/bin/sh
#echo "mypassphrase here"
echo "myNEWpassphrase here"
needs needsAuthor Commented:
i mean
nano /etc/papiersize  and save

#!/bin/sh
#echo "mypassphrase here"
echo "myNEWpassphrase here"
needs needsAuthor Commented:
sorry i am very new on Linux
Prabhin MPEngineer-TechOPSCommented:
yes correct
needs needsAuthor Commented:
ok thanks
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