This is a discussion on Re: Apache 2.0.61 and OpenSSL 9.8g - Openssl ; Lasantha, Thanks for the info. Adding the export didn't work. However, from the link you gave me (bugzilla). I downloaded and complied the latest svn snapshot and everything seems to be working. Thanks! Looks like it will be good to ...
Thanks for the info. Adding the export didn't work. However, from the
link you gave me (bugzilla). I downloaded and complied the latest svn
snapshot and everything seems to be working. Thanks!
Looks like it will be good to go in 2.0.62
On Nov 21, 2007 7:04 AM, David Cooper
> I'll take a look at that this morning, thank you.
> On Nov 20, 2007 10:51 PM, Lasantha Marian
> > David,
> > The bug you encountered more looks like the one that I too have experienced
> > with Apache 2.2.6 (not 2.0.61) + OpenSSL 0.9.8g for which a resolution was
> > available at http://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=43334. By the
> > way, this is more an Apache bug.
> > Even after applying the patch, if you do not get the correct version of
> > OpenSSL, try having 'export
> > LD_LIBRARY_PATH="/correct/path/to/new/OpenSSL/library:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH"' in
> > your Apache daemon init script.
> > Lasantha.
> > -------- Original Message --------
> > Subject: Apache 2.0.61 and OpenSSL 9.8g
> > Date: Wed, 21/Nov/2007 3:26:27 AM +0550
> > From: "David Cooper"
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Hello,
> > I was asked to update some RHEL 4 boxes, for security patches.
> > They are running RHEL 4.4 and I thought, "Oh, very easy", I went to
> > run up2date to grab what I needed just to find out there's not a
> > current license for RHEL.
> > So I decided to build from source.....
> > First of all my experience is limited with building from source.
> > However, I got everything working on several boxes except one.
> > I've complied Apache 2.0.61 with --enable-so --enable-ssl
> > --with-ssl=/path/of/new/build to force Apache to use the new version
> > of openssl that I built.
> > On 3 boxes after doing the above, if I open the browser and point to
> > "server-status" I get "Apache 2.0.61 / mod_ssl 2.0.61 / OpenSSL.9.8g /
> > PHP.5.25 etc."
> > on the troubled box I get "Apache 2.0.61 / mod_ssl 2.0.61 / port /
> > PHP.5.25 ---What is "port" ?
> > If I create a quick phpinfo page, under the "Apache Environment" is
> > states "SSL_VERSION_LIBRARY" - PORT.
> > I read somewhere that OpenSSL 9.8 wasn't meant for Apache 2.0.x so I
> > recomplied everything and used openssl.9.7m
> > and now I don't even get the "SSL_VERSION_LIBRARY" field. However,
> > all certificates work etc.
> > On the other servers under "Apache Environment" is states
> > "SSL_VERSION_LIBRARY" - OpenSSL.9.8g
> > If I'm specifically stating to use a certain patch (--with-ssl=/path)
> > shouldn't it use what it finds? It has on the other boxes.
> > Sorry for such a long post, I'm very new to the whole openssl and I
> > couldn't find any docs on the website for compiling etc.
> > plus I didn't want to be that guy that just says help!. hah
> > Thanks.
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