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ssl cert


I'm using subversion with https access to the code repository and I 
changed the hostname.
So now when I try to use esvn, it complained that my ssl cert was not 
issued by the correct
host, and refused to connect to the code repository. So I reissued the 
certificates by doing
the following

cd /etc/httpd/conf
rm ssl.crt/server.crt ssl.csr/server.csr ssl.key/server.key
make genkey
make certreq
make testcert

but now two issues come up. First when I start httpd, it askes for the 
passphase which I
have to enter in by hand. I'm affraid this means that I have to type 
something into the console
every time I reboot the system. The send thing is that esvn now 
complians that I have an
invalid certificat... :( What's the trick? (Or rather, how does Red Hat 
configure the keys and
certificats so that https: works?)

Cheers. Steve.

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