I have checked (with browser console) that my CA certificate (available at http://www.couderc.eu/pc-ca.cert.pem) is correctly installed.

When I click in https://davical.couderc.eu/caldavzap/  I have an abnormal message :

syntaxError: missing ; before statement jquery.placeholder-1.1.9.js:1:10
Error: No such CGI app - /usr/share/davical/htdocs/caldavzap/lib/jquery.placeholder-1.1.9.js may not exist or is not executable by this process.
I have checked that without ssl : http://davical.couderc.eu/caldavzap/ I have no error, so showing that it is not a "true" problem with jquery.placeholder-1.1.9.js

On 09/03/2015 12:13 AM, Ján Máté wrote:

On 02 Sep 2015, at 23:27, Pierre Couderc <pierre@couderc.eu> wrote:

Sure you are right.
But in fact, I hoped to have correctly installed my own CA.

I don't understand what you mean by "correctly installed my own CA".

Your CA is NOT trusted by browsers => any certificate signed by your CA will be considered as invalid.

You need a certificate signed by a commercial CA, which is trusted by your browser (or install the
certificate of your CA into "Trusted Root CA" in your browser).

Where so you find these messages ? what tool do you use to get them ? javascriot console ? under Firefox ?

Browser console (Safari, FF, Chrome).