Searched TFW and couldn't find anything that allows start apache with ssl automatically after the reboot. I think there should be some way how you can pass the passphrase to startssl......but maybe I'm wrong.
Anyway....this is the only solution I've found on google and it doesn't look really 'elegant' to me. If you have any idea how to startssl aoutomatically-let me know.
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> You need to sign your key with your cert so that it won't require the
> passwords.
> > Here are the commands that I would run to generate a key for
> admins.cfu.net (if it still existed):
> > openssl genrsa -des3 -rand /home/breu/netdate -out admins.cfu.net.key 1024
> openssl req -new -key admins.cfu.net.key -out admins.cfu.net.csr
> openssl x509 -req -days 30 -in admins.cfu.net.csr -signkey \
> admins.cfu.net.key -out admins.cfu.net.crt
> cp admins.cfu.net.key admins.cfu.net.key.org
> openssl rsa -in admins.cfu.net.key.org -out admins.cfu.net.key
> > admins.cfu.net.key is your keyfile for ssl and admins.cfu.net.crt is your
> cert file.