[CentOS] Having problems with SSL and Apache on CentOS

Fri Apr 22 16:58:27 UTC 2005
Edward Croft <croftale at gmail.com>

I had a RH7.3 box that provided some web services, but the hard drive
recently started to throw errors. So I got another drive and built  a
new system using CentOS4. Unfortunately, there is no one to one as far
as Apache since COS4 uses Apache 2 and there is a dramatic difference
in the way the config files are done. I have managed to get it to
recognize the directory on my other drive after finding the selinux
commands to allow that directory to be used. I can get to the startup
page if I go through port 80. I also have it redirecting to our main
webserver and that works. However, if I try to go to secure http, I
get an error stating that some data may have been sent but it does not
present the certificate to be accepted. Because this is an internet
exposed box, I prefer to leave selinux intact. Am I missing something?
apachectl configtest, says all is OK. Apache starts. I just can't
connect to the server.
Any help would be appreciated.

If the sane say the insane are insane, 
What if the sane are insane?
Would that make the insane sane? 
Explains a lot in Washington!
  --E. Croft