THE APACHE ERROR LOGIf you have CGI programs that do not work as expected or you receive an internal server error, you should have a look at the Apache error log to see details of the error. The error log is located in /var/log/apache2/error.log. You can edit it using nano or just scan through it with cat.
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How to Enable HTTPS on the Raspberry Pi Apache Web Server MARCH 18, 2017 ~ FIRMATION Note that this enables only “self-signed” certificates. I followed these directions but invariably encountered problems that were not addressed. Running Wheezy on a Raspberrry Pi B v1.
Thanks for the tutorial! This was a 90% solution. Even after restart, my apache server was not listening on 443 (and would only serve on 80), even though everything was correct. I had to enable the SSL module, then everything worked perfectly. In the tutorial, we have to put in terminal “sudo a2ensite ssl”, for mine to work, I also had to run “sudo a2enmod ssl”. Hope this helps someone else!
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