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From Kenneth Svee <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Illegal Instruction
Date Fri, 17 Nov 2006 11:46:39 GMT
[ Susan Roesner RZ ]

> Hello Kenneth,
> yes the module is included but the include to the path of the
> ssl.conf was commented out.
> After setting up the ssl.conf and certificates I removed the "#" to
> include the path to the ssl.conf. At this point I still was not able
> to use https. The error indicated that no ssl was listening on 443.
> So I though I might solve that with telling apache explicitely to
> start with ssl. Therefore I included the "-DSSL" in apachectl.
> I also know that after I did that it was the first time the ssl.conf
> was read because there was an error in the conf. After I removed
> this error I now allways get the Illegal Instruction.

Is your server using the same SSL-libraries as it was compiled
against? There might be some incompatabilty issues.

If you compiled Apache yourself, you might want to try 'ldd <binary>'
to see if the binaries (e.g. bin/httpd and modules/ links
to the correct SSL-libs.

Kenneth Svee

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