Your problem, most probably, is what you have in
/etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl.conf. When you make the request, Apache uses the config that is in there to decide what to do, rather than use
I don’t know what’s in that file since you haven’t shared its contents but moving it aside will probably fix that. I suggest you check what’s in there before you make any changes, since it is perhaps used by something else you have running on that machine.
curl output clearly shows that your SSL config is incorrect. In order for Kaltura CE to work properly, you need a valid cert, key and CA. You can get that for free from https://letsencrypt.org/.
In the future, please refrain from posting output in the form of images. As one cannot copy and paste text from these (not without performing image processing operations at any rate, which take longer than manually typing what’s displayed in the image). Just copy and paste the text as is.