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    Default Openssl command not found

    I have a domain other than my primary domain secured with a SSL Cert currently. Issued by Godaddy. The compnay is changing names and domains as well. I want to get a new SSL cert, but still keep the current site intact until Godaddy sends new cert.

    When I log in via SSH, and type in the openssl command to generate a new key (different name), i get this error

    -sh: openssl: command not found

    I can to to my Control Panel and see that OpenSSL is installed. I don't want to use the control panel to generate a new key, as this will overwrite the old key and my current website will have problems.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Michael

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    Contact WestHost and have them take a look at it. They should be able to help you out.
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    GNU Compiler Tools needs to be installed in order to run OpenSSL commands from SSH.
    Otherwise you can just reinstall OpenSSL through the Site Manager > Install & Manage and that will regenerate the CSR in 2048 bit.
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