|If you want to bypass all automated means for more control, you can create a bit key and certificate request using the following commands:|
/usr/bin/openssl genrsa 4096 > private.key
The genrsa will ask you all information for the certificate.
Once created, you give the certificate request to a certificate authority.
They'll give you a new certificate, which you'd use with your private.key.
For a multi-domain certificate request, you'd create a config for the SubjectAltName entries, san.cfg.
[ req ]
/usr/bin/openssl req -new -sha256 -key private.key -subj "/CN=domain.com" -reqexts SAN -config san.cfg
|Setting up DA with an SSL certificate|
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|How to check the details of a certificate request|
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