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    Add SSL Site to Zend Server

    I'm trying to add a secure site to Zend.

    When I go to the Zend server site at http://my_IP:10081 I can see, under server extensions, "openssl built-in, ON".

    When I add SSLEngine On to the httpd.conf I get ...
    Code:
    Invalid command 'SSLEngine', perhaps misspelled or defined 
    by a module not included in the server configuration
    Missing this line out gives....
    Code:
    Invalid command 'SSLCertificateChainFile', perhaps misspelled or defined by 
    a module not included in the server configuration.
    Appendix F at Zend's site says
    Code:
    Uncomment the following line...
    Include conf/extra/httpd-ssl.conf
    But that line is not in my conf file and nor is the path indicated.
    The directory /usr/lib64/httpd/modules does not have a file called mod_ssl.so or similar.
    This is Zend 5.5 on Red Hat
    PHP Version 5.3.8-ZS5.5.0 Zend Framework Version 1.11.10
    My manager says it was a pretty standard installation. Any help would be great. Thanks.

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    The SSL module installed on your server may not be enabled. Try: sudo a2enmod ssl

    EDIT: Nvm, I guess I skipped over the part you said you were using RedHat. I don't believe there is an a2enmod equivalent in RedHat.

    RedHat typically has these includes in httpd.conf where you will find lines like this:

    Code:
    Include conf.d/*.conf
    This should corespond to an ssl configuration file located in the /etc/httpd/conf.d directory.
    Check to make sure there is such a file and if it's configured in your httpd.conf.

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