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I want to install SSL for my PHP application which uses RHEL 8 as a web server. But I am a newbie to this and don't know the proper way to do it. I found many links but which one is proper I don't know. Please can anyone provide me a link?

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Updated 7-Apr-22 23:39pm
k5054 8-Apr-22 11:10am    
What is it you're trying to achieve? The packages to for SSL for PHP are probably available as standard RHEL rpms available through dnf. If you've got those installed and now need to know how to create an SSL certificate, there are two options available to you. If you do not need to have global access, you can google how to generate a "self signed certificate". These are fine for internal development, and/or internal services that only you or your company is going to use - you should be able to add security exceptions in your browser to accept the cert, even though it does not come from a recognized authority (e.g. Twate). If you do need to be accessible from the Web, then you need to get a cert from a recognized authority. You'll probably want to research Certificate Authorities, what the annual cost is, etc. Each authority will probably have a submission form for you to fill out to get your Cert.
Member 14362033 26-Apr-22 3:40am    
Hello, I found red hat documents to create a self signed certificate but I tried to generate a key using this command "make genkey" it throws error "make: *** No rule to make target 'genkey'. Stop." . How do I solve it? Any clue?

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I find the best place to start is with the manufacturer of the product - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 product details[^]
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