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From Benjamin Oppermann <ben....@eml.cc>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] "corrupted content" error, httpd can't access SSL key file [wd-vc]
Date Mon, 29 Sep 2014 19:22:55 GMT
Ok, I tried this. The permissions are now:

~$ sudo ls -l /etc/ssl/private/owncloud.key
-rw-r--r-- 1 root ben 1704 Sep 28 04:01 /etc/ssl/private/owncloud.key

I still get the same error.
Regards Ben


Am Mo, 29. Sep 2014, um 14:12, schrieb Bremser, Kurt (AMOS Austria
GmbH):
> The first thing that I'd try is
> sudo chmod go+r /etc/ssl/private/owncloud.key
> 
> Kurt Bremser
> AMOS Austria
> 
> Newton was wrong. There is no gravity. The Earth sucks.
> ________________________________________
> Von: Benjamin Oppermann [ben.opp@eml.cc]
> Gesendet: Montag, 29. September 2014 13:31
> An: users@httpd.apache.org
> Betreff: **SPAM?** [users@httpd] "corrupted content" error, httpd can't
> access SSL key file [wd-vc]
> 
> Hi,
> I can't reach my website, I get a "corrupted content" error message in
> the browser.
> Looking into apache (version 2.4.7 on Ubuntu 14.04), I get
> 
> ~$ apachectl -S
>     AH00526: Syntax error on line 22 of
>     /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/000-default.conf:
>     SSLCertificateKeyFile: file '/etc/ssl/private/owncloud.key' does not
>     exist or is empty
>     Action '-S' failed.
> 
> However, I double checked that the file is in the appropriate location
> and does contain the key, so maybe apache has no permission. afaik, it
> doesn't run as root all the time - or only for a short time?
> permissions for the key file are as follows:
> 
> ~$ sudo ls -l /etc/ssl/private/owncloud.key
>     -rw------- 1 root ben 1704 Sep 28 04:01
>     /etc/ssl/private/owncloud.key
> 
> , where ben is my normal user.
> It was suggested to me on the httpd IRC channel that maybe apparmor was
> doing something wrong, but I don't know how to investigate that.
> I did have a working configuration and made no changes to it before this
> happened. The only change I made was to put a router between the second
> gateway and the server and resolved the domain name to its local IP
> inside the network (the page isn't reachable from inside either).
> Just so you know, this is the first time I am setting up a server, and I
> am all self-taught.
> Reading suggestions for a good start are appreciated, but of course a
> how-to or specific section of a manual would be more helpful than a
> generic exhortation to rtfm :-)
> Any hints?
> Thanks, Ben
> 
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