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Reader Tristan on 2020-06-03 at 11:54:

Thank you to original Anonymous commenter and to you for pointing out that problem with the original instructions!

I've just tried both, and using the certificate that ends OG8= causes the openssl test to fail for me. Using the one ending 8fxV instead restores openssl test to working for me.

However, the problem I'm having on Centos 6 is that the openssl tests appear to work, but connections from PHP and PHP-FPM still do not.

I'm a bit lost as to what to try next so this post and thread has been fantastic so far - hoping someone out there can point me towards getting PHP to work too?


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