Re: mod_ssl for apache 2.x?

2006-12-29 Thread Mads Toftum
On Fri, Dec 29, 2006 at 08:31:32PM +, Bahadir Balban wrote:
 Does mod_ssl work on Apache 2.x? Why does it say mod_ssl is for 1.3 
 everywhere?

Because the version of mod_ssl you find at modssl.org is only for 1.3.
 
 Is there any other ssl solution to apache 2.x?
 
--enable-ssl when configuring apache 2 - mod_ssl is included in the
apache httpd-2.x source.

vh

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Re: mod_ssl for Apache 2

2005-01-26 Thread Mads Toftum
On Wed, Jan 26, 2005 at 02:15:37AM -0800, ColinB wrote:
 What is the relationship between mod_ssl for Apache 1 and Apache 2 ?
 
The mod_ssl in apache2 is based on the mod_ssl for Apache 1.3, but the
two versions are not the same module.

 Why doesn't www.modssl.org say that it is for both Apache 1 and 2 ?
 
Because it isn't. The mod_ssl available at www.modssl.org is only for
Apache 1.3.

vh

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Re: mod_ssl for Apache 2

2005-01-26 Thread Tony Andrews
I think I know the answer to this but what the heck...

I run apachectl -l and get...
core.c
worker.c
http_core.c
mod_so.c

No mod_ssl .  This is Apache 2.0.39.  Is there a way to get mod_ssl
installed on this server outside of re-installing Apache?

Thanks,
Tony Andrews

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From: Mads Toftum [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: modssl-users@modssl.org
Sent: Wednesday, January 26, 2005 7:00 AM
Subject: Re: mod_ssl for Apache 2


 On Wed, Jan 26, 2005 at 02:15:37AM -0800, ColinB wrote:
  What is the relationship between mod_ssl for Apache 1 and Apache 2 ?
 
 The mod_ssl in apache2 is based on the mod_ssl for Apache 1.3, but the
 two versions are not the same module.

  Why doesn't www.modssl.org say that it is for both Apache 1 and 2 ?
 
 Because it isn't. The mod_ssl available at www.modssl.org is only for
 Apache 1.3.

 vh

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Re: Mod_ssl in apache 2.X

2002-12-05 Thread Daniel Lopez

For mod_ssl on Apache 2.0 you may want to check also the secure server
chapter I have online, which contains step by step instructions

http://www.apacheworld.org/ty24/

Best regards

Daniel

 Hi!
 
 Im not here to quarrel with you kid. Im here to get some help, and your
 insults are not helping very much.
 
 I thought this was the modssl-users list for people with
 not-so-much-expert-knowledge and not the linux-experts-with-nolife
 mailinglist.
 
 Im working under time pressure and cannot afford reading old documentation
 all day and then guess how the latter versions work (but of course I have
 read most of the old documentation anyway...).
 
 If I understand the example below I could rewrite it:
 
 CC=pgcc CFLAGS=-O2 \
  ./configure --prefix=/sw/pkg/apache \
  --enable-ssl=shared
 ?
 
 ... and load mod_ssl.so dynamically with Loadmodule latter on? Right?
 (Of course its right.. ;) )
 
 Now you have to do some work on your own, you can't expect others to do it
 all for you and remain lazy.
 
 You call me lazy and think you know me after one email, that's cute. ;) I
 was asking a question and not hiring you or anybody else for a job. You even
 didnt have to answer. Im not demanding anything. (This is the first time I
 ask a usergroup a question at all, silly.)
 
 The new apache is not the best as far as documentation concerns, certainly
 not up to the documentation that the older apache with or without mod-ssl
 integration, but, there is info to be gleened, if one looks
 
 Right, I and other developers still havnt all day, thats why it exists
 user-groups to ask someone who already knows and perhaps have some time over
 for an clear answer.
 
 If I had some time over myself I would be happy to contribute with some
 quick-start-(dummy)-tutorials, because it's needed. Setting up Apache2 with
 SSL must be one of the most common configurations... Perhaps I will
 contribute in not-so-distance-future. ;)
 
 Regards
 
 /Johan
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 -Original Message-
 From: R. DuFresne [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
 Sent: den 4 december 2002 16:53
 To: Johan Bryssling
 Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: Re: Mod_ssl in apache 2.X
 
 
 
 Didn't read any of the documentation in that tarball did ya?
 
INSTALL
 
   [SNIP]
 
   For a short impression of what possibilities you have, here is a
   typical example which configures Apache for the installation tree
   /sw/pkg/apache with a particular compiler and flags plus the two
   additional modules mod_rewrite and mod_speling for later loading
   through the DSO mechanism:
 
  $ CC=pgcc CFLAGS=-O2 \
  ./configure --prefix=/sw/pkg/apache \
  --enable-rewrite=shared \
  --enable-speling=shared
 
   The easiest way to find all of the configuration flags for Apache 2.0
   is to run ./configure --help.
 
   [SNIP]
 
 The new apache is not the best as far as documentation concerns, certainly
 not up to the documentation that the older apache with or without mod-ssl
 integration, but, there is info to be gleened, if one looks.
 
 How about the apache web pages, read that at all?
 
 Now you have to do some work on your own, you can't expect others to do it
 all for you and remain lazy.
 
 Thanks,
 
 Ron DuFresne
 
 On Wed, 4 Dec 2002, Johan Bryssling wrote:
 
  Hi!
 
  I have a couple of questions:
 
  If mod_ssl is included in apache2.x why doesnt it show up in the
 modulelist
  when I use:
 
  % httpd -l
 
  ?
 
  If it's not included when I default compile (using the INSTALL-file
  instructions), how do I know how to compile in the mod_ssl into the apache
  (if this is my first time)?
 
  Where do I find information about these things, I certanly dont install
  apache at a regulary basis.. ;-)
 
  I noted a default config file for SSL (I also found an include into the
  httpd.config-file) and used the command:
 
  %httpd -DSSL -k start
 
  .. but it(apache) couldnt find the mod_ssl.. Why? If it's included I
  shouldnt bother or?... Something I missed?
 
  All help will be appricated.
 
  Thanks...
 
  /Johan
 
  ps. Thinking of using Apache 1.3.7 instead due to the extended source of
  good documentation...
 
 
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RE: Mod_ssl in apache 2.X

2002-12-05 Thread David Loesche
Here is a config for Solaris 8, gcc 3.1, Apache 2.x - multithreaded with SSL
- I had no issues with this and am not an expert on Linuz by any means.
Perhaps this might help.  If not delete it.

#!/bin/ksh
PATH=/usr/local/bin:/usr/local/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin
LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/lib:/usr/local/ssl/lib:/usr/lib
export PATH LD_LIBRARY_PATH

SSL_BASE=/usr/local/ssl \
LIBS=/usr/lib/libC.so.5 \
CFLAGS=-fPIC \

./configure --prefix=/opt/apache \
--enable-ssl \
--with-ssl=/usr/local/ssl/ \
--enable-so \
--with-mpm=worker \
--enable-deflate

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-Original Message-
From: Johan Bryssling [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2002 2:39 AM
Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: RE: Mod_ssl in apache 2.X

Hi!

Im not here to quarrel with you kid. Im here to get some help, and your
insults are not helping very much.

I thought this was the modssl-users list for people with
not-so-much-expert-knowledge and not the linux-experts-with-nolife
mailinglist.

Im working under time pressure and cannot afford reading old documentation
all day and then guess how the latter versions work (but of course I have
read most of the old documentation anyway...).

If I understand the example below I could rewrite it:

CC=pgcc CFLAGS=-O2 \
 ./configure --prefix=/sw/pkg/apache \
 --enable-ssl=shared
?

... and load mod_ssl.so dynamically with Loadmodule latter on? Right?
(Of course its right.. ;) )

Now you have to do some work on your own, you can't expect others to do it
all for you and remain lazy.

You call me lazy and think you know me after one email, that's cute. ;) I
was asking a question and not hiring you or anybody else for a job. You even
didnt have to answer. Im not demanding anything. (This is the first time I
ask a usergroup a question at all, silly.)

The new apache is not the best as far as documentation concerns, certainly
not up to the documentation that the older apache with or without mod-ssl
integration, but, there is info to be gleened, if one looks

Right, I and other developers still havnt all day, thats why it exists
user-groups to ask someone who already knows and perhaps have some time over
for an clear answer.

If I had some time over myself I would be happy to contribute with some
quick-start-(dummy)-tutorials, because it's needed. Setting up Apache2 with
SSL must be one of the most common configurations... Perhaps I will
contribute in not-so-distance-future. ;)

Regards

/Johan







-Original Message-
From: R. DuFresne [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: den 4 december 2002 16:53
To: Johan Bryssling
Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: Mod_ssl in apache 2.X



Didn't read any of the documentation in that tarball did ya?

   INSTALL

[SNIP]

  For a short impression of what possibilities you have, here is a
  typical example which configures Apache for the installation tree
  /sw/pkg/apache with a particular compiler and flags plus the two
  additional modules mod_rewrite and mod_speling for later loading
  through the DSO mechanism:

 $ CC=pgcc CFLAGS=-O2 \
 ./configure --prefix=/sw/pkg/apache \
 --enable-rewrite=shared \
 --enable-speling=shared

  The easiest way to find all of the configuration flags for Apache 2.0
  is to run ./configure --help.

[SNIP]

The new apache is not the best as far as documentation concerns, certainly
not up to the documentation that the older apache with or without mod-ssl
integration, but, there is info to be gleened, if one looks.

How about the apache web pages, read that at all?

Now you have to do some work on your own, you can't expect others to do it
all for you and remain lazy.

Thanks,

Ron DuFresne

On Wed, 4 Dec 2002, Johan Bryssling wrote:

 Hi!

 I have a couple of questions:

 If mod_ssl is included in apache2.x why doesnt it show up in the
modulelist
 when I use:

 % httpd -l

 ?

 If it's not included when I default compile (using the INSTALL-file
 instructions), how do I know how to compile in the mod_ssl into the apache
 (if this is my first time)?

 Where do I find information about these things, I certanly dont install
 apache at a regulary basis.. ;-)

 I noted a default config file for SSL (I also found an include into the
 httpd.config-file) and used the command:

 %httpd -DSSL -k start

 .. but it(apache

Re: Mod_ssl in apache 2.X

2002-12-04 Thread R. DuFresne

Didn't read any of the documentation in that tarball did ya?

   INSTALL

[SNIP]

  For a short impression of what possibilities you have, here is a
  typical example which configures Apache for the installation tree
  /sw/pkg/apache with a particular compiler and flags plus the two
  additional modules mod_rewrite and mod_speling for later loading
  through the DSO mechanism:

 $ CC=pgcc CFLAGS=-O2 \
 ./configure --prefix=/sw/pkg/apache \
 --enable-rewrite=shared \
 --enable-speling=shared

  The easiest way to find all of the configuration flags for Apache 2.0
  is to run ./configure --help.

[SNIP]

The new apache is not the best as far as documentation concerns, certainly
not up to the documentation that the older apache with or without mod-ssl
integration, but, there is info to be gleened, if one looks.

How about the apache web pages, read that at all?

Now you have to do some work on your own, you can't expect others to do it
all for you and remain lazy.

Thanks,

Ron DuFresne

On Wed, 4 Dec 2002, Johan Bryssling wrote:

 Hi!
 
 I have a couple of questions:
 
 If mod_ssl is included in apache2.x why doesnt it show up in the modulelist
 when I use:
 
 % httpd -l
 
 ?
 
 If it's not included when I default compile (using the INSTALL-file
 instructions), how do I know how to compile in the mod_ssl into the apache
 (if this is my first time)?
 
 Where do I find information about these things, I certanly dont install
 apache at a regulary basis.. ;-)
 
 I noted a default config file for SSL (I also found an include into the
 httpd.config-file) and used the command:
 
 %httpd -DSSL -k start
 
 .. but it(apache) couldnt find the mod_ssl.. Why? If it's included I
 shouldnt bother or?... Something I missed?
 
 All help will be appricated.
 
 Thanks...
 
 /Johan
 
 ps. Thinking of using Apache 1.3.7 instead due to the extended source of
 good documentation...
 
 
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