Re: [openssl.org #30] SSL_shutdown.3 makewhatis failure under IRIX

2002-05-13 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Yes, this was from http://www.openssl.org/source/openssl-0.9.6c.tar.gz Best regards, -- Rick Troxel [EMAIL PROTECTED] 301/435-2983 / All effort and exertion put forth by man from the fullness of his heart is

[openssl.org #31] ´º»ç¸ð Á¤¿¹¸â¹ö¸¦ ã½À´Ï´Ù.(±¤°í)

2002-05-14 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
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2002-05-14 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
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2002-05-14 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
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[openssl.org #51] OpenSSL 0.9.7 -BUG - WIN32

2002-05-23 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Hi, There is a bug in 'e_os.h'. The effect is that Win32 multithreaded applications crash. The problem is that currently OPENSSL_SYS_MSDOS is defined also for Win32 platform, and MS_STATIC is defined as 'static' as follows: #if defined(OPENSSL_SYS_MSDOS) # define MS_STATIC static

[openssl.org #52] Bug in crypto/cversion.c:84

2002-05-23 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Hi there, it seems that in line 84 in crypto/cversion.c there is a bug: eg. if you run Configure with -DDEVRANDOM=\/dev/random\ and therefore the compiler is invoked with gcc -DDEVRANDOM=\/dev/random\ you get an error of an unknown string dev. Maybe you could stringify the whole string

[openssl.org #53] RE: Certificate

2002-05-24 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Dear Sir or Madam A certificate was created by our IT Manager using your software to access our internal Help Desk website which hosts KeyStone application. Each time we open the website we have a certificate notification saying You chose not to trust this ... The entire error message is in

RE: [openssl.org #51] OpenSSL 0.9.7 -BUG - WIN32

2002-05-30 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Hi, That is also a working solution ! /raimo -Original Message- From: ext Richard Levitte via RT [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: 30 May, 2002 16:10 To: Vuonnala Raimo (NVO/Helsinki) Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [openssl.org #51] OpenSSL 0.9.7 -BUG - WIN32 I think I

[openssl.org #66] Possible bug in OpenSSL-0.9.6d/crypto/asn1/a_utctm.c

2002-05-31 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
I believe that I have found a bug in the above file and would like for someone else to santiy check it. At line 290 in a_utctm.c, a separate code block is being used if the library needs to call gmtime_r() to get the time structure. The value is stored in a temporary (data) that is declared

[openssl.org #68] OpenSSL 0.9.7 beta1: gcc version check broken for gcc 3.1

2002-06-03 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Dear OpenSSL maintainers, apologies if this has been already pointed out or is not correct. It looks to me that .../openssl-0.9.7-beta1/config incorrectly determines gcc version for gcc-3.1. For gcc-3.1, the output of `gcc --version' is: gcc (GCC) 3.1 Copyright (C) 2002 Free Software

[openssl.org #76] Cygwin problems with 0.9.7

2002-06-04 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Building 0.9.7 (snapshot from June 1) with Cygwin led to several warnings during compilation related to the assembly code now included by default. Despite the warnings, it passed the tests in make test. Does something need to get fixed? These warnings under Cygwin's port of GCC were errors under

[openssl.org #75] DJGPP (DOS) Patch for 0.9.7

2002-06-04 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Here is a slightly redone patch so that openssl-0.9.7 compiles under DJGPP. This is against the June 1 snapshot. I removed the part of the patch relating to Cygwin, since the Cygwin settings in Configure have now changed. This configures, builds, and does make test without problem, except for

Re: [openssl.org #81] Bug Report 0.9.7b1: make install broken on NeXTSTEP/OpenStep

2002-06-05 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
On 02-06-05 15:43:45 CEST, Rich Salz wrote: Richard Levitte via RT wrote: Can I assume that sed exists and works properly? dirname can be coded like this: echo $$i | sed -e 's|[^/]*$||' -e 's|/$||' dirname foo returns . which the above doesn't catch. I can only think of the

[openssl.org #92] Prototypes SSL_write() SSL_read() problem in openssl/ssl.h for 64-bit applications

2002-06-11 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
The prototype for SSL_write() and SSL_read() both have their last parameters to be int. I believe that this last parameter needs to be of type size_t. Two reasons for doing this: 1) This will allow applications to be compiled in either 32-bit or 64-bit mode without any warnings from

Re: [openssl.org #92] Prototypes SSL_write() SSL_read() problem in openssl/ssl.h for 64-bit applications

2002-06-11 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
The same also goes for CRYPTO_malloc(int, char *, int). It probably should be CRYPTO_malloc(size_t, char *, int). The same would go for CRYPTO_realloc() and CRYPTO_remalloc(). Darin Broady [EMAIL PROTECTED] Lexmark International, Inc.

Re: [openssl.org #75] Re: [openssl.org #101] Re: [ANNOUNCE] OpenSSL 0.9.7 beta 2 released

2002-06-23 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
On Sun, 23 Jun 2002, Richard Levitte - VMS Whacker via RT wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] on Mon, 17 Jun 2002 10:01:27 +0200 (METDST), Lutz Jaenicke via RT [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: rt Obviously Richard missed your submission before leaving for a short rt vacation (he took

[openssl.org #122] s_server no shared cipher error

2002-06-27 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
When I try to set up an SSL connection between two invocations of the openssl command, I get a no shared cipher error. Since I can set up SSL connections to web servers, I suspect that the problem is with the openssl implementing the server side of the protocol. Openssl version: 0.9.6d Linux

[openssl.org #123] [PATCH] Build on Win32 with Borland C++Builder 5 and nasm

2002-06-27 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Hi, [I originally sent this patch direct to [EMAIL PROTECTED] - following a lack of response, I'm now resending it via rt. Please let me know if I should send it elsewhere or if there's some problem with the patch] The attached patch allows OpenSSL to build with Borland Builder and nasm on

Re: [openssl.org #123] [PATCH] Build on Win32 with Borland C++Builder 5 and nasm

2002-06-27 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
On Thu, 27 Jun 2002, Richard Levitte via RT wrote: [lack of prototypes for WPARAM/LPARAM/etc.] Hmm, wouldn't it be easier to have the following early in rand.h? #include openssl/opensslconf.h #if defined(OPENSSL_SYS_WINDOWS) #include windows.h #endif It'd certainly be an option,

Re: [openssl.org #123] [PATCH] Build on Win32 with Borland C++Builder 5 and nasm (fwd)

2002-06-27 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
[resent so that RT picks up the patch] On Thu, 27 Jun 2002, Richard Levitte via RT wrote: [[EMAIL PROTECTED] - Thu Jun 27 11:32:12 2002]: x509.h : This is the change I'm genuinely unsure about. x509.h includes asn1.h, but both x509/x_all.c and x509v3/v3_bitst.c reference (via

Re: [openssl.org #123] [PATCH] Build on Win32 with Borland C++Builder 5 and nasm

2002-06-27 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
On Thu, 27 Jun 2002, Richard Levitte via RT wrote: All changes have now been applied, so I'm setting this ticket to resolved. Please download the next snapshot (tomorrow) and try it out. I have an rsynced copy of the CVS repository, so I synced and tried it today :-) You've missed part

Re: [openssl.org #123] [PATCH] Build on Win32 with Borland C++Builder 5 and nasm

2002-06-27 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
On Thu, 27 Jun 2002, Richard Levitte via RT wrote: Oops, sorry. Applied, please try again. Will do. In the meantime, I've found a problem with the alternate rand.h solution, namely that OPENSSL_SYS_WINDOWS doesn't appear to be defined, at least for me. I do, however, have

Re: [openssl.org #123] [PATCH] Build on Win32 with Borland C++Builder 5 and nasm

2002-06-27 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
On Thu, 27 Jun 2002, Richard Levitte via RT wrote: Entirely my fault. Including e_os2 instead of opensslconf.h helps :-). Thanks for the notification, I just applied the change. OK, other than the ASN1_ITEM_st problem (which I'll now look at), everything's now building fine with BCB5 and

[openssl.org #126] [PATCH] Allow mkdir to fail on Windows builds

2002-06-27 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Hi, The attached one-line patch changes the command 'mkdir' to '-mkdir' in mk1mf.pl (the file that builds the huge monolithic makefile for windows builds). Windows builds create three directories, inc32, tmp32 and out32 at the start of the build. The effect of this patch is that the build

Re: [openssl.org #75] DJGPP (DOS) Patch for 0.9.7 Re: [openssl.org #76]

2002-06-30 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
On Fri, 28 Jun 2002, Doug Kaufman wrote: On Thu, 27 Jun 2002, Richard Levitte via RT wrote: I still don't accept this change, and I've figured out why (I had I just reviewed the changes that you made as of 30 June 2002. The changes for makedepend work fine. Compiling the snapshot from 30

[openssl.org #131] Patch for pod2mantest

2002-06-30 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
The pod2mantest file in the util directory does not work as described in the comments in the file. It states that it will first test for pod2man without absolute paths. It doesn't actually do that. If you change it so that it really does test for pod2man without the absolute path, it can break

[openssl.org #128] Submission for the openssl FAQ

2002-07-01 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Further to my previous message, I have discovered that the sentence: (They are /lib/libssl.so.0.9.6b and /lib/libcrypto.so.0.9.6b with symlinks /lib/libssl.so.2 and /lib/libcrypto.so.2 respectively) Should have read: (eg For Red Hat 7.2 they are /lib/libssl.so.0.9.6b and

[openssl.org #132] OpenVMS openssl-0.9.7-beta2.tar.gz

2002-07-03 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Hi (probably) Richard, Compaq TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS Alpha Version V5.3 on a AlphaServer 1200 5/533 4MB running OpenVMS V7.3 Builds and tests OK. When I go to build WASD against it the compiler complained SSL_LOCL.H couldn't include e_os.h. I compared the 0.9.7 to previous

[openssl.org #142] (no subject)

2002-07-11 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Dear all, I get error messages when I tryed to compile the latest version of openssl. I attach a logfile of make OpenSSL self-test report: OpenSSL version: 0.9.6d Last change: Fix crypto/asn1/a_sign.c so that 'parameters' is omitte... Options: -mips4 OS (uname): IRIX gold

Re: [openssl.org #47] Re: [openssl.org #146] make test fails in RC4 on Mac OS X

2002-07-15 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
On Sun, 14 Jul 2002, Richard Levitte - VMS Whacker via RT wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] on Sun, 14 Jul 2002 17:53:45 +0200 (METDST), Lutz Jaenicke via RT [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: rt This problem has already been reported before twice, but as no member rt of the OpenSSL developers

Re: [openssl.org #75] DJGPP (DOS) Patch for 0.9.7 [openssl.org #131]

2002-07-21 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
On Thu, 18 Jul 2002, Richard Levitte via RT wrote: The attached patch contains my suggestion. Would you mind looking it over and comment on it, perhaps even test it? The patch (djgpp.last-patch) doesn't work as posted to RT, but I think that I have modified it to what you intended. Also

Re: [openssl.org #75] DJGPP (DOS) Patch for 0.9.7 [openssl.org #131]

2002-07-22 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
On Mon, 22 Jul 2002, Richard Levitte - VMS Whacker via RT wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] on Sun, 21 Jul 2002 13:33:56 -0700 (PDT), Doug Kaufman [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: dkaufman The patch (djgpp.last-patch) doesn't work as posted to RT, but I think dkaufman that I have modified it to

[openssl.org #173] Building 0.9.6e on Win32

2002-07-30 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Hello... FYI that I had to add OpenSSLDie to util\libeay.num and add crypto/cryptlib.h to $crypto in util\mkdef.pl in order to get the DLL versions of 0.9.6e to build on Win32. This probably affects all other versions that were patched today as well. Ryan Koski Wells Fargo - Cryptography

[openssl.org #178] make patch on Win32 for openssl-0.9.6e

2002-07-31 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Hi, I tried to compile the latest version of openssl-0.9.6e on Windows 2000 using Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 and it failed to link the ssleay32.dll. This is happening because cryptlib.obj isn't getting linked in. I added the symbol to the SSLOBJ definition in ms\ntdll.mak. The diff for the fix

[openssl.org #154] Re: [openssl.org #182] 0.9.7 engine inclusion of the IBM ICA engine

2002-07-31 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
OK.. Sorry about that.. my mailer may be slow as well Thanks for the response Steven A. Bade (Steve) [EMAIL PROTECTED] or [EMAIL PROTECTED] Senior Software Craftsman IBM LTC Network Security Phone (512)838-4799 (T/L 678) Lutz Jaenicke via RT [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent by: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

[openssl.org #184] OpenVMS openssl-0.9.7-beta3.tar.gz

2002-08-01 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Hi (probably) Richard, Compaq TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS Alpha Version V5.3 on a AlphaServer 1200 5/533 4MB running OpenVMS V7.3 Compaq C V6.5-001 on OpenVMS Alpha V7.3 has some minor issues for me (hope it's still intelligable).

Re: [openssl.org #187] realloc() on sunos4 : openssl-0.9.6e

2002-08-01 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
On Wed, 31 Jul 2002, Jon Peatfield wrote: Looking through the rest of the 0.9.6e patch I can't see any other cases where realloc() is called like this but I might well have missed some. I'm hoping that someone who understands the code better will confirm/check this. Might it not be better

RE: [openssl.org #184] OpenVMS openssl-0.9.7-beta3.tar.gz

2002-08-01 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
The -V ZIP of the .LIS files was a little big for my mailer Richard. I have placed it at http://wasd.vsm.com.au/wasd_tmp/ On the other issue. After the latest OpenSSL build and after a relink it seems to work. This is obviously some issue with my original build. I will go back to scratch

[openssl.org #191] 0.9.7-beta3 build procedures

2002-08-02 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Hi again Richard, something else I've noticed while playing around with my own issues. During the build I get an occasional %DCL-W-TKNOVF, command element is too long - shorten apparently when attempting a WRITE SYS$OUTPUT as in An example is [.APPS]MAKEAPPS.COM $! Show user the result

[openssl.org #194] bug report: FAQ on www.openssl is empty

2002-08-02 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
The FAQ page that appears when following the FAQ tab on the www.openssl.org home page is empty __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org Development Mailing List [EMAIL

[openssl.org #215] Bug for openssl-0.9.6f.tar.gz

2002-08-12 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
#make install gcc -o rsa_test -I../include -fPIC -DTHREADS -D_REENTRANT -DDSO_DLFCN -DHAVE_DLF CN_H -O3 -fomit-frame-pointer -Wall -DB_ENDIAN -DBN_DIV2W rsa_test.o -L.. -lcry pto -lsocket -lnsl -ldl making all in tools... created directory `/usr/local/ssl' created directory

[openssl.org #226] Compiling 0.9.7 with zlib [patch]

2002-08-16 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
I recently tried to compile the August 9th snapshot of openssl 0.9.7 with static zlib enabled. The build failed because Configure only adds -lz for dynamic zlib. I think that this patch fixes the problem. Doug --- openssl-0.9.7-beta3/Configure.orig Thu Aug 1 14:06:26

[openssl.org #228] Windows: ASN1 time routine can cause core dump (0.9.6g)

2002-08-16 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Hello all Unchecked return from gmtime in ASN1 time set routine can cause core dump on Windows I found this problem when debugging 'nmake test' for Net::SSLeay. openssl is called: openssl.exe req -config examples/req.conf -x509 -days

Re: [openssl.org #227] Building openssl 0.9.7 on sunos 4.1.3_U1

2002-08-20 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
On Fri, 16 Aug 2002, Richard Levitte - VMS Whacker via RT wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] on Thu, 15 Aug 2002 19:17:27 -0700 (PDT), Doug Kaufman [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: dkaufman I recently tried to build the August 9th snapshot of openssl 0.9.7 on dkaufman a sun sparc machine running

[openssl.org #248] bad serial number length

2002-08-29 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
hello Olaf ich have the same problem with the openssl bad serial number length its also with the 2. request with my self -signed ca but now i have suse 6.4 with 2.2.14 and there ich can't find the file ca.c is there another way to solve the problem, probably installing another version of

[openssl.org #263] Apparently Missing OpenSSL_add_all_algorithms in 0.9.7-beta3

2002-09-01 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
In compiling MySql-4.0.2-alpha, I get the following error messages related to OpenSSL shown below. Using STRINGS to check the differences between OpenSSL-0.9.6a and OpenSSL-0.9.7-beta3 shows OpenSSL_add_all_algorithms in 0.9.6a but not in 0.9.7-beta3: === OpenSSL-0.9.6a

[openssl.org #271] [PORT] A/UX 3

2002-09-06 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Just a quick update... I should have submitted this *long* ago. The below patch allows for OpenSSL under A/UX. --- Configure.orig Thu Aug 22 15:10:28 2002 +++ Configure Thu Sep 5 16:17:03 2002 @@ -495,6 +495,9 @@ rhapsody-ppc-cc,cc:-O3 -DB_ENDIAN::(unknown)::BN_LLONG RC4_CHAR RC4_CHUNK

[openssl.org #283] Documentation for d2i_RSAPrivateKey etc (1/1)

2002-09-11 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Functions like d2i_RSAPrivateKey are poorly documented at present: the docs just say ... for all sections. Since I investigated how to use them, I've written documentation, attached. __ OpenSSL Project

[openssl.org #303] openssl-engine-0.9.6g bug in apps/rand.c

2002-10-14 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Hello every body. Thanks a lot for your nice job, meanwhile there a little bug in 'apps/rand.c' Operating system: ALL OpenSsl: 0.9.6g engine The original code, from line 45 while (!badopt argv[++i] != NULL) { if (strcmp(argv[i], -out) == 0)

Re: [openssl.org #304] Installation help

2002-10-15 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
On Tue, 15 Oct 2002, Robert Esposito via RT wrote: When I try and install the software, I get an error after I run make install. It says cannot create directory usr/local/include/openssl: permission denied. Can you please help me get past this? You need to either install under a login that

[openssl.org #312] gcc warning in bss_bio.c

2002-10-22 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
back when I wrote code, I always tried for error warning free make results to build confidence in the user community, but I know it is not always reasonable . . . southspit# gcc --version 2.95.3 southspit# uname -a SunOS southspit 5.9 Generic_112233-01 sun4u sparc SUNW,UltraAX-i2 southspit#

[openssl.org #325] Open SSL on Bug on Win32

2002-10-31 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Dear Sir/Madam, I would like to use your Open SSL 0.9.6 for web project for security purpose.. These are the Steps we did. 1) Downloaded the files( openssl-engine-0.9.6g.tar.gz and openssl-0.9.6g.tar.gz ) from http://www.openssl.org/source/ 2) Unzipped using Win Ace2.1 3) Installed Perl from

RE: [openssl.org #184] OpenVMS openssl-0.9.7-beta3.tar.gz

2002-11-15 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
I'll try and get to it some time this weekend Richard. Mark, I'm sorry, I can't quite remember where this went. I'm pretty sure part if the issues in this mail were solved as a result of another ticket, but I haven't yet looked into the issue with SSL_CIPHER_get...(). Could you do me the

RE: [openssl.org #184] OpenVMS openssl-0.9.7-beta3.tar.gz

2002-11-18 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
I'll try and get to it some time this weekend Richard. Mark, I'm sorry, I can't quite remember where this went. I'm pretty sure part if the issues in this mail were solved as a result of another ticket, but I haven't yet looked into the issue with SSL_CIPHER_get...(). Could you do me the

RE: [openssl.org #184] OpenVMS openssl-0.9.7-beta3.tar.gz

2002-11-18 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Hi Richard, I'm sorry, I can't quite remember where this went. I'm pretty sure part if the issues in this mail were solved as a result of another ticket, but I haven't yet looked into the issue with SSL_CIPHER_get...(). Could you do me the favor of downloading the latest 0.9.7 snapshot and

RE: [openssl.org #184] OpenVMS openssl-0.9.7-beta3.tar.gz

2002-11-18 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
OK, didn't know about that area. Currently using ... Compaq TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS Alpha Version V5.3 on a AlphaServer 1200 5/533 4MB running OpenVMS V7.3-1 Compaq C V6.5-001 on OpenVMS Alpha V7.3-1 One issue ...

[openssl.org #356] Bug in CRLF translation in PKCS7_sign

2002-11-22 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
OS: Windows, but I think it is a cross-platform bug. Version: 0.9.6g In the following function which is called from PKCS7_sign, if the source text contains a line of text which is exactly a mutiple of MAX_SMLEN-2 characters long and has a CRLF line ending, then the gets call will return a

[openssl.org #358] patch for openssl-SNAP-20021120. Attempt to improve configurability.

2002-11-23 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Hi, This patch makes it possible to build apps/openssl without the speed and ocsp programs and without sockets. to disable apps/speed.c (openssl speed) just Configure with no-speed. Thank you, Enrique diff --exclude=Makefile.ssl -rbu /tmp/openssl-SNAP-20021120/apps/ocsp.c ./apps/ocsp.c ---

[openssl.org #358] patch for openssl-SNAP-20021120. Attempt to improve configurability.

2002-11-26 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Hi, I am working on trying to build the libraries (libcrypto and libssl) to run on an embedded system with limited storage. To give you an idea, i have approximately 1.5 megabytes of diskspace in the system. I need to reduce the footprint of the libraries as much as possible.

RE[2]: [openssl.org #366] OpenVMS openssl-0.9.7-beta4.tar.gz

2002-11-28 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
/adelaide mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) ++ In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] on Wed, 27 Nov 2002 12:56:16 +0100 (MET), [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: rt Builds OK on rt rt Compaq C V6.4-005

RE: [openssl.org #366] OpenVMS openssl-0.9.7-beta4.tar.gz

2002-11-30 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Hi Richard, It seems as if you have answered your own earlier suggestion to me. I can confirm this. With OPSNSSL_NO_ASM defined true BETA 4 builds, tests and works with WASD OK for me too. I was working my way back down the BETAs, 4 - 3 - 2 ..., looking for one that would work, when I read

RE[2]: [openssl.org #366] OpenVMS openssl-0.9.7-beta4.tar.gz

2002-12-01 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Hi Richard, happy to try the attached file ... as soon as you attach it! (with neither email :^) Regards, Mark. ++ Mark Daniel http://wasd.vsm.com.au/adelaide mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] ([EMAIL

RE[2]: [openssl.org #366] OpenVMS openssl-0.9.7-beta4.tar.gz

2002-12-01 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Download it from the RT ticket. RT2 kindly did not sent the 100k attachement to the whole list :-) Oh great! Now a whole list is going to know that this instruction is meaningless to me :^) Could you explain what is meant by Download it from the RT ticket. Thanks.

RE[3]: [openssl.org #366] OpenVMS openssl-0.9.7-beta4.tar.gz

2002-12-01 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
O'Oh, more embarressment. I have just (accidentally) deleted your reply. Would you mind resending. TIA. Download it from the RT ticket. RT2 kindly did not sent the 100k attachement to the whole list :-) Oh great! Now a whole list is going to know that this instruction is meaningless to me

Re: [openssl.org #201] OpenSSL 0.9.6e failing make test

2002-12-02 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
On December 2, 2002 05:53 am, Lutz Jaenicke via RT wrote: On Mon, Dec 02, 2002 at 10:55:26AM +0100, Alain Guibert via RT wrote: There is just an alert at some point: | installing man3/engine.3 | ../../util/pod2man.pl: Unrecognized pod directive in paragraph 34 | of engine.pod: head3

Re: [openssl.org #356] Bug in CRLF translation in PKCS7_sign

2002-12-02 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Ah, that is a good point in the case where we saw this, the source bio was a bio_s_mem, i.e. a memory bio, so it was not doing r text-mode eol translation. In other instances we do use the r mode with file bios, and I guess that might explain why we never saw it happen in those functions...

Re: [openssl.org #356] Bug in CRLF translation in PKCS7_sign

2002-12-03 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
No they can't. However, if CRLF are showing up in them, it means you have put it in there some way, perhaps from transfering a file in binary mode to it? Text mode vs. binary mode is tricky business... Hm. I guess what you are saying is that the function in question assumes that

[openssl.org #376] Possible SSL_CERT_FILE bug in 0.9.7 and 0.9.6

2002-12-04 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Using the lynx browser compiled with openssl, the environment variable SSL_CERT_FLLE seems to be ignored. If I place the trusted root certificates in the default location, the application finds them without difficulty. If placed in a non-default location, setting the value of SSL_CERT_FILE to

Re: [openssl.org #376] Possible SSL_CERT_FILE bug in 0.9.7 and 0.9.6

2002-12-04 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
On Tue, 3 Dec 2002, Doug Kaufman wrote: Using the lynx browser compiled with openssl, the environment variable SSL_CERT_FLLE seems to be ignored. If I place the trusted root certificates in the default location, the application finds them without difficulty. If placed in a non-default

Re: [openssl.org #376] Possible SSL_CERT_FILE bug in 0.9.7 and 0.9.6

2002-12-04 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
On Wed, 4 Dec 2002, Richard Levitte - VMS Whacker via RT wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] on Wed, 4 Dec 2002 09:24:39 +0100 (MET), [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: rt Could someone verify independently that SSL_CERT_FILE doesn't rt allow reading certificates in non

Re: [openssl.org #201] OpenSSL 0.9.6e failing make test

2002-12-04 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
On December 3, 2002 03:09 am, Lutz Jaenicke via RT wrote: On Mon, Dec 02, 2002 at 08:35:43PM +0100, [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT wrote: Hmm. According to http://www.perldoc.com/perl5.6/pod/perlpod.html there only exist =head1 and =head2, so the complaint is correct :-) Geoff??? Hmm

Re: [openssl.org #385] 0.9.7-stable build fails on OpenBSD 2.9

2002-12-05 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
On Thu, Dec 05, 2002 at 10:26:58AM +0100, Richard Levitte - VMS Whacker wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] on Thu, 5 Dec 2002 10:03:20 +0100 (MET), via RT [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: rt gcc -I.. -I../.. -I../../include -fPIC -DDSO_DLFCN -DHAVE_DLFCN_H rt -DOPENSSL_NO_KRB5 -DL_ENDIAN

[openssl.org #386] DJGPP patch for 0.9.7

2002-12-05 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
The recent patch for DJGPP paths didn't work. I think that this is what was intended. I will be away and not able to do any testing for about a week. make install_docs is failing for multiple man pages, but I haven't been able to debug it before I have to leave. The patch is against the

[openssl.org #391] compilation failure

2002-12-09 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
OpenSSL self-test report: OpenSSL version: 0.9.7-beta6-dev Last change: In asn1_d2i_read_bio() repeatedly call BIO_read() until... Options: no-krb5 OS (uname): OSF1 pierredelune.i3s.unice.fr V5.0 910 alpha alpha OS (config): alpha-dec-tru64 Target (default): alpha-cc

Re: [openssl.org #398] AutoReply: DJGPP patch for openssl-0.9.7 (install_docs)

2002-12-14 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
On Fri, 13 Dec 2002, Richard Levitte - VMS Whacker wrote: I believe that it's quite dangerous to assume -i on Unixly systems, entirely depending on the order in which the names come up. Also, the thing to grep for is the full name, so instead of \, one can use \$. Finally, on Unixly

[openssl.org #401] Bug in openssl-0.9.7-stable install_docs (head3)

2002-12-15 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
I know that the problem of head3 in the pod files has been brought up before, but I thought it had been resolved. Doing make install_docs, using the latest 0.9.7-stable files from cvs, I get an error in processing doc/crypto/engine.pod, related to head3. The man page is created, but is truncated

[openssl.org #403] open ssl error . urgent help needed

2002-12-19 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Did you discover any fix, yet ? I am working on a similar issue. Initially I had to verify the PATH variable - so that it could find the Compiler as well the make utility. which I confirmed by running [ cc -v ] or [ gcc - v ] and [make] Good Luck Ashik

RE: [openssl.org #436] openssl-0.9.7 inconsistency error

2003-01-04 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Yes, sorry about that. I am running the most recent version of Slackware Linux. I am running Apache webserver and looking to run secure webpages from the server. I have the folder with the openssl and I can run config fine, had to add full permissions to the folder, but when I run Make I get

Re: [openssl.org #437] bad instructions in CHANGES for platform-dependent builds

2003-01-04 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Thanks. I was going to recreate the list locally. I have a read-only path to the source and was going to run through a Configure/build test to make sure that nothing is broken. I'll make sure that any relative links (the include files and a few others) stay relative in the build area, and

RE: [openssl.org #436] openssl-0.9.7 inconsistency error

2003-01-08 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Is there something I can do, use a different file? Any help? Thanks much. Joseph A Amaturo President Amatech Solutions, Inc. AT Concepts, Inc. (P) 845-988-9876 (C) 845-590-7914 (F) 845-988-9899 www.amatechsolutions.com Microsoft Certified Partner -Original Message- From: Lutz

Re: [openssl.org #437] bad instructions in CHANGES for platform-dependent builds

2003-01-10 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
I think a sufficient requirement is that files in the source tree that are relative links need to be recreated as relative links within the platform dependent directory. If you just leave out the -o -type l you won't make any of the links, and the include/openssl directory will be empty, which

Re: [openssl.org #437] bad instructions in CHANGES for platform-dependent builds

2003-01-10 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
I'll try the next snapshot.Thanks. __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org Development Mailing List [EMAIL PROTECTED] Automated List Manager

[openssl.org #453] Re: DJGPP patch for 0.9.7-stable

2003-01-12 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
On Sun, 12 Jan 2003, Andy Polyakov wrote: dkaufman I noticed that the makefile contains a special line for dkaufman DJGPP, similar to the one for Cygwin. This isn't needed for dkaufman DJGPP. Patch attached. Please explain why .dll loading would be different in that particular

Re: [openssl.org #433] 0.9.7 compilation problem with Borland C++ 5.5

2003-01-13 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
[[EMAIL PROTECTED] - Fri Jan 3 06:45:12 2003]: I'm trying to compile 0.9.7 with Borland C++ 5.5 and NASM 0.98.35 on Windows XP Professional SP1 with all updates. .\crypto\x509\x_all.c: Error E2450 .\crypto\x509\x_all.c 72: Undefined structure 'ASN1_ITEM_st' This

[openssl.org #472] Exception when running openssl req command after Jan 18th

2003-01-22 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
I have tried this with both 0.9.7-beta 3 and the official 0.9.7 release. Under windows, running the openssl req command causes an exception in libeay32.dll. I found this on a machine that had been working perfectly and then suddenly started exceptioning. On the advice of a co-developer, I

RE: [openssl.org #472] Exception when running openssl req comma nd after Jan 18th

2003-01-23 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Stephen, Thanks for the reply. We were kind of hit over the head with this, as it had been working fine for quite a while with no problems and suddenly blew up on us. Both the openssl application and the 2 dll's are the official 0.9.7 release. I searched the machine and these are the only

RE: [openssl.org #472] Exception when running openssl req comma nd after Jan 18th

2003-01-23 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Sorry, SP5 not SP6. I figured it had to do with a time value overflowing a variable size. I'll crank down the days value temporarily to workaround it. Thanks for the help. Felt silly sending off the report instead of just digging in and fixing it, but staying ahead of layoffs here has kept me

RE: [openssl.org #436] openssl-0.9.7 inconsistency error

2003-01-23 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
I can't get it. So lets drop and and try again later Joseph A Amaturo President Amatech Solutions, Inc. AT Concepts, Inc. (P) 845-988-9876 (C) 845-590-7914 (F) 845-988-9899 www.amatechsolutions.com Microsoft Certified Partner -Original Message- From: Lutz Jaenicke via RT

Re: [openssl.org #475] [Fwd: patch to 0.9.7 -performacne]

2003-01-26 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
On Sun, 26 Jan 2003, David Brumley via RT wrote: I'm in the US, but just a simple researcher :) I don't pretend to know anything about our crazy laws on crypto. The rules do seem silly, but the US deems it exporting when you post crypto-related material on the internet. For freely available

Re: [openssl.org #437] bad instructions in CHANGES for platform-dependent builds

2003-01-27 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
I've checked over the snapshot that was current on or about 14-Jan-2003. It builds OK. In the original 0.9.7.tar.gz there were symbolic links already present in include/openssl, and they are not removed by make clean. In the snapshot the links are not present. Script started on Mon Jan 27

Re: [openssl.org #437] bad instructions in CHANGES for platform-dependent builds

2003-01-27 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
In the original 0.9.7 release there also seems to be some configuration remnants left in the crypto/objects directory -- obj_dat.h; this isn't removed by a make clean. \nick __

RE: [openssl.org #479] support version independent upgrade

2003-01-27 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Actually, I'd prefer that I wouldn't have to relink and redistribute my application every time a security patch comes out for OpenSSL. I haven't seen any issues in our application upgrading from 0.9.6 to 0.9.7 using this non version technique on our local development nodes. The version

[openssl.org #481] (0.9.7 on Win32) openssl ca crashes when exiting...

2003-01-28 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Hi there ! I thought this was worth mentioning: Very reproducably, openssl ca crashes each time when having finished the job. (Worked in 0.9.6x) Here's some info for the bug report: System(s): Win98SE/WinNT4.0Sp6 on INTEL(PIII, 666Mhz and others), MSVC++6Sp5, Version 12.00.8804 OpenSSL:

Secure Messaging Non-Delivery Report: [openssl.org #481] (0.9.7 on Win32) openssl ca crashes when exiting...

2003-01-28 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
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[openssl.org #435] ssl_connect core dump problem, with gdb traces

2003-01-30 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
Hi Our's is a Proxy Server SSL enabled multithreaded application. We are running on solaris operating system. we are using OpenSSL library [ openssl-0.9.6 ] we have serverCA and root CA certificate at the Proxy server application. our application dumps in ssl_connect during certificate chain

Re: [openssl.org #437] bad instructions in CHANGES for platform-dependent builds

2003-01-30 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
I suspect it doesn't really matter if the links are made only for files that are not already links. __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org Development Mailing List [EMAIL

[openssl.org #481] Rand()ing on Win32

2003-01-31 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
[[EMAIL PROTECTED] - Thu Jan 30 20:06:53 2003]: First of all apologies for mixing several problems in one post - i promise to do better next time, but i didn't consider the Rand-problems bugs and really just wanted to mention them on the side (having solved them for my purposes anyways) as a

[openssl.org #481] detect if running as service...

2003-01-31 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
I haven't had the time to go into it, but here's code from the MSDN VC++6 samples MAPIDBG.C that is said to do just this and seems reasonable. I'll test this some other time if there's interest. #if defined( _WINNT) /*++ Routine Description: This routine returns if the service specified

RE: [openssl.org #474] Status Changed to: open

2003-02-03 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
We found some serious build issues with the original submission (openssl-lunaca3-patch-0.9.7.tar.gz) and we are busy updating the patch. I expect the update will be necessary before this ticket is closed. Let me know when you have the chance to examine the update and/or if I should just post

RE: [openssl.org #474] [PATCH] Crypto Engine Support for Chrysali s-ITS

2003-02-06 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT
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