Apache2 mixed ssl/non-ssl name-based virtual hosting

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Ran into some problems earlier today in trying to bring up a SSL enabled virtual site along side my existing (non-ssl) name-based virtual sites. I needed the SSL enabled vsite for a installation of phpmysqladmin. I ran into a lot of documentations describing how to get the IP based setup working, but almost no info on name based setups. This how-to is geared towards Ubuntu Linux 8.04 LTS and higher. The very first thing you need to do is get your SSL certificate generated and setup. Without this step nothing works. I'm gonna show you self-signed certificate route. Your milage may vary.....Here is how: openssl genrsa -out server.key 1024 openssl req -new -key server.key -out server.csr openssl x509 -req -days 9999 -in server.csr -signkey server.key -out server.crt I did this…
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Tubeify…..It’s Time Machine for your cloud music

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More and more people use youtube now-a-days to get access to instant music. Be it at parties, in the office or on mobile platforms. The hard part is the constant searches you have to do. You want to listen to some 80's tunes. How do you go about creating a playlist......do you even remember the name of those one hit wonders. Well, worry not, Tubeify is here. Tubeify is a new mashup of Last.fm, Billboard and YouTube. The site allows users to search for, discover, play and queue video clips in any web browser. The advanced search capabilities and outstanding usability makes it without a doubt one of the best YouTube jukeboxes around. One of the true gems is the Billboard “timetravel” feature, allowing users to pull up the Billboard…
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