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I have an EC2 instance that is using Amazon's custom Linux install with built-in Apache. This install also has OpenSSL installed. That being said, there does not appear to be a mod_ssl.so to load up in httpd.conf.

So, I want to know the best way to get apache to be SSL enabled so I can set up my SSL virtual host (note that I have already set up the cert/signatures). Ideally, I would like to not have to rebuild/reinstall apache.

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Use this command:

yum install mod_ssl

For Apache 2.4 users, use this

yum install mod24_ssl

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