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Everything works fine now with the described settings. The behaviour might be because of firefox cache loading nonsense.


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Ubuntu does not have the Symantec CA certificates in /usr/share/ca-certificates/mozilla/ direcotry. So, one thing what we can do is we can export the Symantec CA certificate from mozilla, since Mozilla and Chrome has Symantec CA certificates by default and you can put it under the directory /usr/share/ca-certificates/mozilla/ with crt extension and update ...


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First things first, SSL is just a protocol and you can use any port that you want. So answering your question: How can you bind ssl to it? Well you pretty much need to buy an ssl and set it up for that site with that port (so basically you would have an SSL for each url and port combination you want (obviously there are SSL certificates that you can use ...


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First step would be to delete the middle virtualhost: server { listen 443; listen [::]:443; server_name subdomain.domain.pw; return 301 https://subdomain.domain.pw$request_uri; } The next step would be to alter your SSL VirtualHost so it uses CloudFlare's cipher suite, add this into the body of the last VirtualHost (replacing the existing ...


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Dynamic link libraries (DLLs) are a Windows-specific technology and don't work on Ubuntu. Because PHP can be run on different operating systems, its configuration files contain examples for how to configure it on different operating systems: ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ; Dynamic Extensions ; ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ; If you wish to have an extension loaded ...


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As it stands, you can't. Your certificate (I'm assuming) is for www.example.com; not for js.example.com, css.example.com or anything else.example.com. A certificate that is for anything.example.com is a wildcard certificate and they cost more. An alternative would be adding Subject Alternate Names (SAN) to your certificate to cover js.example.com and css....


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This link might help you out, Its works me.


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The issue stemmed from verizon using ipv6. I had to add my ipv6 to my vhost and that solved the problem.


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I note that, in spite of your --with-gnutls --with-gnutls-openssl options, your built version does NOT mention GNUTLS, while the working version does. Re-read all the files in the Lynx package directory that have shouty names (README*,INSTALL,...) and anything whose filename contains TLS, SSL, etc.



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