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From ach...@saysit.com
Subject Re: Installing mod_ssl on Apache2+Tomcat+mod_jk setup...
Date Thu, 24 Jul 2003 02:38:21 GMT
Well yes, I did that and configure ran "normally" after a "make
distclean" (I think I maight have left some junk there from last
time)...
Then I tried doing this :
# cd $APACHE_HOME
# make 
# make certificate
# make install
"make" didn't work and complained "No targets specified and no Makefile
found. Stop"
I can clearly see makefile there !
Then I checked Apache, like this :
# apachectl -l
I do not see mod_ssl compiled into it.
Having said all that, I still have another major concern about
openssl-0.9.6-3 vulnerability. It seems that I am going through a lot of
trouble installing a faulted version. All the research I have done sofar
recommends installing a second openssl-0.9.7 alongside 0.9.6-3 because
redHat7.1 has dependency problems otherside.
This is very irritating !
TIA (DIV=danke im voraus?)
:(

Simon Pabst wrote:
> 
> That configure of yours is not quite right:
> 
> the following is required for Apache with SSL/HTTPS Support (still called
> mod_ssl):
> --enable-ssl
> 
> this is only required if the auto detection of apache can't fint the
> installed open ssl:
> --with-ssl=/path/to/openssl
> 
> At 17:49 23.07.2003 +1000, you wrote:
> >Hiya, thanks for the tip.
> >When I ran ./configure --help, the option --enable-ssl is missing.
> >So I tried this :
> >./configure
> >   --with-apache=
> >   --with-ssl=
> >   --prefix=
> >So komme ich auch nicht weiter !
> >Those options are not available in configure !?!
> >TIA :(
> >
> >Simon Pabst wrote:
> > >
> > > This should go to Apache Mailing List propably.
> > >
> > > Apache 2 has its own mod_ssl included.
> > > You still need an installed OpenSSL to use mod_ssl,
> > > as how to configure:
> > >
> > > httpd-2.0.45 # ./configure --help|grep -i ssl
> > >   --enable-ssl            SSL/TLS support (mod_ssl)
> > >   --with-ssl=DIR          SSL/TLS toolkit (OpenSSL)
> > >
> > > "Tomcat Users List" <tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org> schrieb am
> > 14.07.03 09:56:52:
> > > >
> > > > Apache2.0.40 seems to ship with mod_ssl in the directory
> > > > .../httpd-2.0.40/modules/ssl.
> > > > But no mention of OpenSSL, although both ssl_util_ssl.c and
> > > > ssl_util_ssl.h refer to OpenSSL.
> > > > I ftp-ed openssl-0.9.76b.tar.gz , but they only tralk about Apache
> > > > 1.3.24 as in :
> > > > # configure with-apache=../apache_1.3.24 with-ssl=./open22l-0.9.6c  etc
> > > > Am I to understand there is no mod_ssl for Apache2+  ???
> > > >
> > > > <hr>
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> > > Simon Pabst
> > >
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