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From jerenkra...@apache.org
Subject cvs commit: httpd-site/xdocs/test/flood building.html
Date Tue, 04 Dec 2001 09:43:32 GMT
jerenkrantz    01/12/04 01:43:32

  Modified:    docs/test/flood building.html
               xdocs/test/flood building.html
  Log:
  And, I changed how flood detects SSL.  This is what happens when you change
  the docs first and the code second.
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.3       +7 -12     httpd-site/docs/test/flood/building.html
  
  Index: building.html
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/httpd-site/docs/test/flood/building.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.2
  retrieving revision 1.3
  diff -u -r1.2 -r1.3
  --- building.html	2001/12/04 09:05:59	1.2
  +++ building.html	2001/12/04 09:43:31	1.3
  @@ -69,24 +69,19 @@
   
   <p><b><font color="red">Note:</font></b> that SSL support
is <b>not</b> 
   enabled by default in flood.  If you wish to enable SSL support, you 
  -must specify the following options to flood's configure:</p>
  +must specify <code>--enable-ssl</code> when configuring flood.</p>
   
  -<ul>
  -<li><code>--enable-ssl</code></li>
  -<li><code>--with-randfile</code></li>
  -<li><code>--with-capath</code></li>
  -</ul>
  -
   <p>The <code>--enable-ssl</code> option enables detection of the
   OpenSSL libraries.  If flood can not detect OpenSSL, you will need
   to specify --with-openssl to point at the appropriate installed
   version of OpenSSL.  The <code>--with-randfile</code> points at a
   writeable file that contains enough entropy to initialize OpenSSL's
  -random number generation features (a typical default might be 
  -<code>/home/&lt;user&gt;/tmp/random-file</code>).  
  -The <code>--with-capath</code> points at a directory that contains 
  -the Certificate Authorities (<b>CA</b>s) for OpenSSL (a typical 
  -default might be <code>/usr/lib/ssl/certs</code>).</p>
  +random number generation features.  If your system has /dev/random
  +or /dev/urandom, OpenSSL will use them, so --with-randfile is not
  +required on these platforms.  (Notably, Solaris does not include 
  +/dev/random.)  The <code>--with-capath</code> points at a directory 
  +that contains the Certificate Authorities (<b>CA</b>s) for OpenSSL.  
  +The default capath is in <code>$openssl_prefix/certs</code>.</p>
   
   <PRE>
    % cd httpd-2.0
  
  
  
  1.3       +7 -12     httpd-site/xdocs/test/flood/building.html
  
  Index: building.html
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/httpd-site/xdocs/test/flood/building.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.2
  retrieving revision 1.3
  diff -u -r1.2 -r1.3
  --- building.html	2001/12/04 09:05:59	1.2
  +++ building.html	2001/12/04 09:43:32	1.3
  @@ -69,24 +69,19 @@
   
   <p><b><font color="red">Note:</font></b> that SSL support
is <b>not</b> 
   enabled by default in flood.  If you wish to enable SSL support, you 
  -must specify the following options to flood's configure:</p>
  +must specify <code>--enable-ssl</code> when configuring flood.</p>
   
  -<ul>
  -<li><code>--enable-ssl</code></li>
  -<li><code>--with-randfile</code></li>
  -<li><code>--with-capath</code></li>
  -</ul>
  -
   <p>The <code>--enable-ssl</code> option enables detection of the
   OpenSSL libraries.  If flood can not detect OpenSSL, you will need
   to specify --with-openssl to point at the appropriate installed
   version of OpenSSL.  The <code>--with-randfile</code> points at a
   writeable file that contains enough entropy to initialize OpenSSL's
  -random number generation features (a typical default might be 
  -<code>/home/&lt;user&gt;/tmp/random-file</code>).  
  -The <code>--with-capath</code> points at a directory that contains 
  -the Certificate Authorities (<b>CA</b>s) for OpenSSL (a typical 
  -default might be <code>/usr/lib/ssl/certs</code>).</p>
  +random number generation features.  If your system has /dev/random
  +or /dev/urandom, OpenSSL will use them, so --with-randfile is not
  +required on these platforms.  (Notably, Solaris does not include 
  +/dev/random.)  The <code>--with-capath</code> points at a directory 
  +that contains the Certificate Authorities (<b>CA</b>s) for OpenSSL.  
  +The default capath is in <code>$openssl_prefix/certs</code>.</p>
   
   <PRE>
    % cd httpd-2.0
  
  
  

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