The next step is to create a CA certificate for SSL access. Reply
y to the question
Should setup configure apache's default ssl server for you?, then provide the following information as prompted.
- CA cert
Enter a password for the certificate.
Enter the name of your organization.
- Organization Unit
Enter the name of your department within your organization.
- Email Address
Enter an email address to be associated with this certificate, such as the admin email entered in the steps above.
Enter your city.
Enter your state.
Enter your country. The country code must be exactly two letters, or the certificate generation fails. Type
? to see a list of country codes.
* Enabling Monitoring.
* Configuring apache SSL virtual host.
Should setup configure apache's default ssl server for you (saves original ssl.conf) [Y]?
** /etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl.conf has been backed up to ssl.conf-swsave
* Configuring tomcat.
** /etc/sysconfig//tomcat6 has been backed up to tomcat6-swsave
** /etc/tomcat6//server.xml has been backed up to server.xml-swsave
** /etc/tomcat6//web.xml has been backed up to web.xml-swsave
* Configuring jabberd.
* Creating SSL certificates.
CA certificate password?
Re-enter CA certificate password?
Organization? Red Hat
Organization Unit [satellite.example.com]? Sales
Email Address [firstname.lastname@example.org]?
Country code (Examples: "US", "JP", "IN", or type "?" to see a list)? US