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I have a running Apache 2.2.16 + PHP 5.3.3 and MySQL 5.(something, can't remember as I have my morning coffee, it's the latest as of last week). All are installed ...
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- 08-03-2010 #1
Apache 2.2 and OpenSSL 1.0, no fun in paradise
I have a running Apache 2.2.16 + PHP 5.3.3 and MySQL 5.(something, can't remember as I have my morning coffee, it's the latest as of last week). All are installed from source. I have a few apache modules compiled in: mod_rewrite mod_authz_lapd and mod_lapd. I thought I'd go for broke and compile in ssl.
I downloaded OpenSSL 1.0.0a and compiled it. I am able to generate a self signed cert with 1.0.0a.
When I compile apache with --enable-ssl and --with-ssl, I get an error related to an unknown call to SSL_get_servername. So I tried making ssl a dynamic load module. mod_ssl.so is created in the modules directory and the compile completes. I add a LoadModule statement to the conf file, but when I go to start apache I get a similar error related to SSL_get_servername.
I must have done something fundamentally wrong, but I cannot determine what that is. Anyone have any insight into this problem?
- 08-04-2010 #2
- 08-04-2010 #3
Hi and Thanks for the reply.
I did see that report, but didn't catch what to do to fix this.
I am not the SA of the system and I cannot upgrade or uninstall the root apps/libs as the report suggests. So I am installing in a local directory. I've built and installed zLib 1.2.5, OpenSSL 1.0.0a (with zLib) and Apache 2.2.16 with --enable-ssl and --with-ssl) what I don't understand is how to make the build look at my installation and not the system root installation (there is OpenSSL 0.9.8? in the root). I've set LD_LIBRARY_PATH, C_INCLUDE_PATH and CPLUS_INCLUDE_PATH to point to my local dirs. What else do I need to do?
- 08-04-2010 #4
Have you tried the "--with-ssl=<your ssl location>" similar to the last post in the bug report?