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there must be a solution, please don't post the message "get another webspace provider". i've checked the search engine and there ARE many people, which have the same problem...

 

kind regards,

rt

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I can forsee having this same problem. I was planning on setting up a secure certificate on my main domain and using it as the secure server for multiple carts on different domains. This would save me from purchasing a cert for each domain. It seems like a great idea in thought, but will it be possible to do?

 

Right now it looks to me like I would have to install all my carts on my secure server and have a link to the store on the index page of each domain. This is not what I want because it will show the different domain address for my whole store in the browser once it links over. Unless there is a way to keep the original domain name to show in the browser all the time it doesn't appeal to me.

 

Anyone with any ideas on how to get this to work?

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ok, got it. here my solution: (your shared ssl server must have access to the mysql server!)

 

configure your whole shop on your normal webspace. then copy the catalog directory to your ssl server webspace.

 

-> works (don't forget to set your HTTP and HTTPS in configure.php).

 

hm, easy ;)

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I did all that and I still get the following error message when I login or try and checkout

 

CGI Error

The specified CGI application misbehaved by not returning a complete set of HTTP headers. The headers it did return are:

 

 

I've been at this 10 days now trying to get it to work.

 

I'm about to throw in the towel.

 

Help

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this message shows up, when the file isn't found.

 

check the link at your catalog at checkout and so. does it refer to the ssl webspace?

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I got rid of the CGI error and now I can get to the login and checkout pages but it won't pull in any images - that's because it's looking for them in the wrong directory - instead of /xtremelyfitcom/shop/catalog/images it is looking in /xtremelyfitcom/xtremelyfitcom/shop/catalog/images

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