At 11/21/2002 05:16 PM, Jonathan Rosenberg wrote:

> I suspect your problem is that CURL is not built with SSL support. To test
> this, replace the https:/.../ with a reference to a non-SSL URL
> (http://.../). If you get a return that, you need to build CURL with SSL
> support.

Indeed it does. :(

I had thought I compiled it correctly, but as I've already demonstrated, my knowledge in the area is far from complete.

Let this be a lesson to all web department managers: if your lead programmer becomes a pothead hypochondriac and goes on disability, don't put the graphics guy in charge.

Thanks for the help all. I'll try to read up on how recompile cURL correctly, see if I can't discover where I went wrong.

Couple questions, however:

1. I'm assuming I'll have to recompile PHP once I do this? Or will a change in cURL not affect it?
2. Still confused on appending files to posts, so any help on that would also be appreciated.

S. Keller
UI Engineer
The Health TV Channel, Inc.
(a non - profit organization)
3820 Lake Otis Pkwy.
Anchorage, AK 99508
907.770.6200 ext.220
907.336.6205 (fax)

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