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From Philippe Veronneau <pveronn...@bluexpertise.com>
Subject [users@httpd] ServerName without the www
Date Mon, 25 Nov 2002 21:52:09 GMT
Hi,
I configured an apache-ssl webserver that has a domain name 
"somewhere.com" associated with it.
When I try to access https://www.somewhere.com, my certificate whines 
about not behing meant for
www.somewhere.com but to somewhere.com instead.  I try to access 
https://somewhere.com but it
won't access it like I want it to do.  Because the certificate wants to 
see somewhere.com and not www.somewhere.com,
it is imperative that I get apache-ssl to work without the www. before 
the servername.

I tried to name the servername only somewhere.com and tried also to make 
a virtualhost of somewhere.com
without any success...

Can anyone give me hints on how I could get around this.

Thanx.



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