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From geb...@ameritech.net
Subject Re: [users@httpd] "Unable to configure RSA server private key...."
Date Wed, 12 Mar 2003 01:46:45 GMT

Magical Geoff,

With your good, fast, on-point assistance, I've figured out the rest 
(for now) and have the web server running.

Thanks again.

ken

At 15:17 (UTC-0500) on Tue, 11 Mar 2003 Geoff Thorpe said:

= Hi,
= 
= * gebser@ameritech.net (gebser@ameritech.net) wrote:
= > 
= > Whenever I start up my newly-compiled apache (v.1.3.27) on Linux (RH
= > 7.2: kernel v.2.4.18-19.7.x) I'm prompted for the passwd (good), but
= > after that apache isn't loaded.  Here's the screens:
= 
= You didn't mention the version of openssl.
= 
= > >From /var/log/httpd/error_log:
= > 
= > ===================================================================
= > [Tue Mar 11 14:47:31 2003] [error] mod_ssl: Init: (dell.mydomain.com:443) Unable to
configure RSA server private key (OpenSSL library error follows)
= > [Tue Mar 11 14:47:31 2003] [error] OpenSSL: error:0B080074:lib(11):func(128):reason(116)
= > ===================================================================
= 
= That openssl error should be text, but the numeric data indicates that
= openssl's error strings weren't initialised by apache. This is
= presumably a footprint thing, but there should be a way to turn them on.
= Any Apache developer that can shed some light on where the
= ERR_load_crypto_strings() call is?
= 
= I'll try to work backwards to error strings from that numerical data,
= but you can't trust this *too* much as I'm looking at openssl CVS code
= which may not match your version (it should probably be invariant
= though).
= 
= lib(11) indicates ERR_LIB_X509
= func(128) indicates X509_F_X509_CHECK_PRIVATE_KEY
= reason(116) indicates X509_R_KEY_VALUES_MISMATCH
= 
= which means you've probably got a private key and cert that don't go
= together.
= 
= Cheers,
= Geoff
= 
= 


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