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Existing SSL certificate conflicts with a new one
I just started to learn Linux server and tried to make a web site using WP.
So I installed a LAMP on VPS and WP on it using Digital Ocean tutorials.
Got my Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate for mydomain.ee.
To avoid problems I decided to make a dev. one web for mydomain.ee.
Made a copy of existing config:
$cp -p /etc/apache2/sites-available/mydomain.ee /etc/apach2/sites-available/dev.mydomain.ee
Made another wp dir. using the same command:
$cp -p /var/www/mydomain.ee /var/www/dev.mydomain.ee.
And also I got a new SSL certificate for dev.mydomain.ee.
So before I did this, dev.mydomain.ee worked very well, but now, when I want to go to dev.mydomain.ee it says:
You don’t have permission to access this resource.
So the question is how I can get rid of the existing certificate to get a new one?
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