CSR stands for ‘Certificate Signing Request’, that is generated on the server where the certificate will be used on. A CSR contains information about to your organization and domain name, locality, and country and a public key that will be included in your certificate.
This article has 3 methods to create CSR (Certificate Signing Request) on Linux systems. You can choose any one of below methods. All methods will do the same task, only they have a detailed explanation.