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    mod_ssl to Apache2


    is it possible t install mod_ssl to apache2? in http://www.modssl.org/ i only see mod_ssl for apache version 1.3.33....

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    If you installed from a suse package I'd have thought you'd have in there anyway.
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    i installed it manually, because while installingfrom YaST, in configuring it told that i have to choose 'interface', but interface list was empty....so i installed manuallay, apache 2.0.54

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    Then specify that you want ssl at configure stage.
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    in installing apache? i didn't specified that i want ssl, but i specified that i want modules, something like this....

    so it means that mod_ssl isincluded in apache2?

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    mod_ssl will only be included in apache2 if you tell it to when configuring... use ./configure --with-ssl and it will work.

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    can you point me to a howto...
    I need to install mod_ssl ?
    and all the docs I can find want src for apache and openssl but openssl is install as an FC3 rpm (durning first FC3 install)

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    Apache with mod_ssl How-To

    wfears,

    Apache 2.0 comes with mod_ssl ready-to-build. If you build it from source, you add a flag to --enable-ssl at configure time. Most packages would include this already, usually specifying enable most or enable all included modules. You may just need to specify SSL parameters in your httpd.conf file (/usr/local/apache2/conf).

    These should help...

    http://www.devside.net/web/server/li...he-ssl-deflate

    http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.0/mod/mod_ssl.html

    http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.0/ssl/ssl_howto.html

    http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.0/ssl/ssl_faq.html


    Good luck,

    BrianS

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    Apache 2.0.54 and OpenSSL 0.9.8

    I got an error message about PEM_F_DEF_CALLBACK being undeclared (variable .

    I used vi to edit the ssl_engine_pphrase.c file to replace 3 instances of PEM_F_DEF_CALLBACK with PEM_F_PEM_DEF_CALLBACK. To search for these in vi by text, type these characters :/PEM_F_DEF_CALLBACK . To search by the line number in the error message, type these characters :#684 . Here's the link I found easiest to understand...

    http://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=35889


    Good luck,

    BrianS

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