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From Andy Cutright <acutri...@borland.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] server-info & mod_ssl.c
Date Thu, 21 Nov 2002 00:46:10 GMT
thanks, i'm running this on solaris 8. i think i'm actually running the 
wrong version. we're testing now..

cheers,
andy

Jacob Coby wrote:

>>>i'm asking because i've just put what i think is a '9.6g' version of the
>>>      
>>>
>openssl libraries into apache and i see '9.6d' reported by mod_info. the
>openssl libraries are dynamically linked into mod_ssl,<<
>
>`openssl version` should report 'OpenSSL 0.9.6g [engine] 9 Aug 2002'
>
>If you are using RedHat's rpms, then you will get an older version reported,
>but it will be functionally equivalent to 0.9.6g.  I think they do this to
>avoid dependency issues (package nnn requires openssl 0.9.6e but you have
>0.9.6g installed).
>
>If the server-status page is truly reporting incorrectly, you may have to
>rebuild it.
>
>-Jacob
>
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