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From "Fenlason, Josh" <>
Subject RE: Apache with SSL Problem
Date Tue, 29 Aug 2006 19:29:21 GMT
I just recently discovered, as you already knew, that the MSVC++
Redistributable will resolve my issue.  That's nice because it's a small
download, but it's still something I would like to avoid if at all
I've built everything with VC 2005, httpd-2.0.59 and OpenSSL0.9.8b.  
Thanks for the feedback.


	From: Steffen [] 
	Sent: Tuesday, August 29, 2006 2:17 PM
	Subject: Re: Apache with SSL Problem
	Mostly you get an error in the Windows event viewer with this
kind of issues.
	See the install  instructions in my distribution at . I have only reports that this SSL
2.2.3 distribution is working fine on eg. XP and 2003 with or without
.Net 2.0 installed. I build the same way also 2.0.59, and that is also
working fine.
	You can contact me OL.
	When you build openssl also with VC2005, then use OpenSSL/0.9.8b
+ , then the needed manifest files are included in the OpenSSL dll's and

		----- Original Message ----- 
		From: Fenlason, Josh <>  
		Sent: Tuesday, August 29, 2006 17:53
		Subject: Apache with SSL Problem

		I'm running into a strange problem running Apache 2.0.59
with SSL on Windows 2003.  I built it with Visual Studio 2005.  It runs
fine without SSL.  When I try to startup with SSL enabled, it tries to
startup for several seconds and then stops.  Nothing useful is output to
the logs or console.  It binds to the HTTP and HTTPS ports while it's
trying to startup.  The best I've been able to narrow this down to so
far is that it works when .Net 2.0 Framework is installed and it doesn't
when .Net 2.0 Framework is uninstalled.  I've opened Apache.exe with
DependecyWalker, to see if there are any dll issues, and as far as I can
tell the output is the same when Apache works and doesn't work.
		Has anyone else had any issues running Apache with SSL
built with VS 2005?  I'm building a redistributable binary and don't
want to require installing .Net 2.0 Framework in order to use my Apache.
If anyone has any thoughts or suggestions, I would be extremely
grateful.  Thanks in advance.

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