Am 23.12.2010 22:18, schrieb Jamie Cameron:
On 23/Dec/2010 12:22 Danny Löser <> wrote ..
Am 23.12.2010 20:42, schrieb Cecil Yother, Jr.:
On 12/23/2010 11:33 AM, Danny Löser wrote:
Am 23.12.2010 20:08, schrieb Cecil Yother, Jr.:
On 12/23/2010 10:52 AM, Danny Löser wrote:
If I change the URL without the https:// type, then I get an error 
page with:
This connection is not trusted
You have Firefox instructed a secure connection to 
www2.localdomain:10000 build, it can not verify that the connection 
is secure.
What can I do that I get it to the https page?  
You need to accept the certificate.
No, this is it not. This is an official Comodo certificate, which is 
under the correct domain. However, it is the wrong domain called. The 
question is now why the call of https://domain.tld is a different 
domain is called than if domain.tld without https is called? Was that 
clear enough? I know my English is not good. Sorry

Someone else will have to chime in on this for exact details, but I 
believe you'll need to point Webmin to the Comodo certificate.
If you think that I should tell Webmin where the certificate is, I've 
had. That can it so not be.
Make sure that at Webmin -> Webmin Configuration -> SSL Encryption you enter
the path(s) to your comodo cert and key. Just because Apache is configured to
use them, Webmin won't necessarily unless you make that change..

 - Jamie
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I do not know what Jamie thought the Apache, but the problem is solved for the time being.
I had in the hosts file the hostname is reachable from the Internet put in the first place.
I do not know if this is the most elegant solution, but it solves the problem at the moment.