I am trying to connect MainWP to my local sites and have run into the openssl.cnf file issue. The php info says it should be here /usr/local/etc/[email protected]/openssl.cnf but the etc folder doesn’t exist. I’ve tried /usr/lib/ssl/openssl.cnf and I’ve also tried adding an openssl.cnf file generated by SEOPress plugin into the folder I am pointing MainWP to.
I created a openssl.cnf file using Homebrew. I then moved this file here: /usr/local/openssl.cnf and pasted this into the openssl.cnf location.
Thanks for the documentation - I had read this one someone else’s post you had replied to. On some of the other posts they have options to set localhost it MainWP. Is this not an option anymore as I can’t find this setting.
Unfortunately Local don’t have a support area and you have to rely on the community which I haven’t had a response. I’ve fully searched my laptop for the openssl.cnf file and it doesn’t exist which I am guessing is the problem.
Why wont MainWp read the openssl.cnf file I created and put in the website root please?
I got to the bottom of it. After installing MAMP and getting it to work there I realised that if I change the php version on Local WP from 8.1.9 to 8.0.22 and then connect the child using http: it works.