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Cannot see some pages maybe SSL?


Quantum

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Hi everyboy,

 

I'm new with OsCommerce so I'm sure that maybe I just forgot something :shock: ... I installed oscommerce and everything seems find, just when I'm trying to open certain pages I have no response from the server... maybe this is because I activated the SSL feature? For instance I cannot access the account page, I cannot checkout... I can browse the products, insert them into my cart, change language, change currency etc... but when it gets to those pages nothing... In IEx/Winx no response at all; under Mozilla/Linux it says that the connection with the serves is lost... What do I have to do? I tried to find information about SSL config under Apache 2.0 which is my web server but I cannot find clear information... If anyone can help!!!

 

Best regards,

 

Quantum

Even if you're in the right track you will get run over if you just sit there.

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You should have an SSL server running in order to be able to use SSL with osCommerce. How to build an SSL-aware Apache is beyond the support you'll find here I am afraid ;) A good source would be http://httpd.apache.org or perhaps you can do it with an Installation Kit which can be found on Hotscripts.com

 

HTH

Mattice

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Thanks for the info,

 

I was afraid this is why is not working, if fact I'm already working on it... but apache.org is not helping me a lot :( ... I'll search for some advice somewhere else too... If someone has a good link for how to configure apache SSL virtual hosts I will apreciate that... :wink:

 

Thans to all

 

Quantum

Even if you're in the right track you will get run over if you just sit there.

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