im going to pass out. my eyes are burning from messing with this all day. lets circle back tomorrow if you dont mind. i really appreciate your help, and your patience.
I’ve seen this before when starting Apache directly this way; instead, you probably want
sudo service apache2 start. These particular errors are probably not an indication of any misconfiguration.
And don’t forget you’ll eventually have to update OpenSSL to newer version.
i was noticing that too. you think that will have any effect on the outcome of the problems im having? i did an apt-get upgrade/update last night shortly after i installed the stuff but that error didnt go away. i have not downloaded openSSL i dont believe. thought it came in that package. maybe thats what i need to do before proceeding any further?
I have tried to apt-get update and it says openssl is the newest version.
The latest version is 1.1.1
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