Here is another episode in the problems with the mod_ssl module in Apache on Leopard. But it is a positive one. Because of the latest security update 2008-2 the default Apache install on OS X Leopard is now 2.2.8. This means we can upgrade our version as well and copy the mod_ssl module from the original installation as done previously.
I’ve looked for more workarounds, but they are all a bit drastic or don’t work. The one I haven’t tried yet is upgrading libtool as I’m not sure that would help and not break any other stuff.
You only need to do this if you need mod_ssl, if you can live without it just follow the normal installation instructions.