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Re: Mantis package bombs



On Sat, 2007-08-25 at 13:49 -0600, Charles Curley wrote:
> <Directory /usr/share/mantis>
>         # As passwords will be sent over the line do not allow plaintext
>         # communication
>         SSLRequireSSL 

Have you got SSL set up?  The above requirement refuses non HTTPS access
to this directory (i.e. HTTP won't work, it'll have to be HTTPS).  So
you'll need to have HTTPS access working, which is a separate
configuration.

e.g. Does <https://localhost.localdomain/> work?  (Ignoring Mantis, for
the moment.)

You can expect a warning about the certificate not being trustworthy, as
it's not signed by any endorsed body.  But after that step (the warning,
and temporarily accepting it), can you get a webpage?

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