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From "Boyle Owen" <>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] RSA WebAgent and Apache 1.3.26 not 1.3.27
Date Tue, 18 Feb 2003 15:55:11 GMT
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Ronald Rough []
>Apache Version / RSA Secure ID question:
>Why is RSA WebAgent5.1 not supported
>with Apache 1.3.27 and mod_ssl-2.8.12-1.3.27
>(had to use Apache 1.3.26 not 1.3.27)?

You might try the mod_ssl list for a "horse's mouth" reply

I suspect that the answer might be "nobody's got around to it yet"...

Owen Boyle

>I would like fo get the technical reason for
>this. I know of someone who installed the
>WebAgent.tar file from your web site and
>it worked with the latest versions of
>Apache and mod_ssl.
>I am worried that I might be using the
>Web Agent in incorrect manner.
>Thanks for your help with this issure,
>Ron Rough
>Arcata Associates
>Systems Administrator
>Department 311
>Dryden Flight Research Center
>Phone: (661) 276-7513
>Fax: (661) 276-3462
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