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    Dec 20, 2009
    Configuring SSL on Mac OS Snow Leopard
    Can anyone guide me to an article on setting up SSL on a new Mac 10.6/Apache 2 system. It's going to be on a Mac Mini running the non-server OS.

    I used Marc's article, Configuring mod_ssl on Mac OS X, to configure SSL on a Mac 10.2/Apache 1.3 system several years ago with great success. I am getting ready to move to a Mac 10.6/Apache 2 system. I wonder if this article is still relevant? Do I need to watch out for anything not in the article? I notice some of the paths are a little different given the differences in how Apache is configured on each operating system. For example, Mac OS 10.2 has the Apache 1.3 config files here: /etc/httpd/, where 10.6 has Apache 2 config files located here: /etc/apache2/. Do I just account for these path changes and follow the article?

    Any advice would be helpful.

    Thank you so much.

    Mike Ealy

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    Feb 24, 2010
    Hi Mike - did you find any good resources? I'm hoping to get my dev box running SSL for a new project... While I'm fine with regular Apache and HTTP/PHP etc developing locally for HTTPS new to me...

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