On Wed, 2008-12-10 at 16:01 +0800, Andy Polyakov wrote:
> >>> I doubt the OS vendors would bother
> >>> to enable an engine by default, testing of the possible configurations is
> >>> expensive and the costs of support calls if they mess up makes
> >>> autodetecting the engine to use a very unattractive proposition.
> >> One can discuss loading selected engines by default, i.e. you'd have to
> >> work to not load it:-) Then it wouldn't be any different, yet provide
> > 
> > I am new to OpenSSL. Can you tell me how to do that? how to use the
> > proper engine automatically?
> I said one can discuss it, there is no way currently, but as it's 
> *soft*ware there is hardly limit for what one can do. A.

What's your idea about that? It seems that EVP_CipherInit_ex() will
check engines. And AES-NI engine can register itself upon there is
appropriate CPUID bit set.

Best Regards,
Huang Ying

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