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Earlier tonight I was making some modifications on a web site I helped build and needed to verify that some things were not being stored in the cache. At the time I was testing the site with Mozilla Firefox version 3.5.7 and needed a quick way to open cache history and verify one specific file was not cached. Below is a brief explanation of how to use Firefox to verify its own cache and steps on how to verify a file in cache and then delete that same file from the Firefox cache.

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I ran into following error when clicking Build > Build and Go after you open your .xcodeproj file in XCode. I was attempting to download and run my iPhone app on my iPhone device (not the simulator).

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When purchasing SSL certificates for your website online you will be required to generate a SSL CSR, or Certificate Signing Request, to obtain a SSL CRT, or Certificate. In the process of generating your CSR you will be required to provide numerous pieces of information including Country, State, City, Company, Department, server common name, contact email address, and a challenge password. The most important field being the server common name as this is the domain that will securely serve web pages over HTTPS to make sure data is encrypted in each direction and because of this is secure.

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Recently when installing a second SSL certificate for a secondary IP address on a Linux server running Litespeed as the web server I received the below error. The error at first made me think that maybe the key file still required a password even though I knew I had generated the key file not requiring a pass phrase. The error below will show up in your error.log file located in /var/lsws/logs/error.log.

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Litespeed was server is a nice light weight server that you can obtain the standard version of for free. To install a SSL certificate you will first need to generate a SSL key followed by a CSR to provide to the certificate authority.

Follow the directions below to generate a key on Litespeed followed by a CSR and then install the certificate provided.

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