I am using Resin Pro.
This all worked fine under Ubuntu 7.10 with OpenSSL 0.9.8e. I just tried
compiling 0.9.8e under Ubuntu 8.04 and the Java VM crashes when Resin tries
to enable my HTTPS port. I haven't looked at it in detail to see what is
One odd thing... When my copy of Resin opens the HTTPS port using 0.9.8g, I
get a line in the console that states the version of OpenSSL begin used. On
our other (working) systems, there is no output like that.
That is a good suggestion that I may need to go all the way back to the
Rob Lockstone wrote:
> Does SSL work without Resin Pro? Do you have Resin Pro?
> If you do have Pro, then my experience with Windows/Resin is that it's
> very particular about the version of OpenSSL that it will work with.
> You might need to contact Caucho directly and ask them which version
> of OpenSSL they built the resinssl.dll in 3.0.25 against.
> On Apr 29, 2008, at 18:13 , Ed.Hager wrote:
>> I am trying to install Resin 3.0.25 on a machine running Ubuntu 8.04
>> latest Ubuntu). It has OpenSSL 0.9.8g installed. Resin builds and
>> runs but
>> I cannot connect to the HTTPS port I have configured. I tried
>> testing it
>> with openssl:
>> openssl s_client -connect localhost:8443
>> The SSL handshake fails. Has anyone successfully installed Resin
>> Ubuntu 8.04 or with OpenSSL 0.9.8g?
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