Re: [openssl.org #354] openssl problem on tru64

2002-11-26 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
We're making test on DUnix Tru 64 and we had problem with this library: make test result: test BN_sqr Square test failed! Our op. sys is: OSF1 link.softax.local V5.1 732 alpha our compiler is: Compaq C V6.3-025 on Compaq Tru64 UNIX V5.1 (Rev. 732) I failed to reproduce the problem with

[openssl.org #350] 0.9.7-beta4: test_rsa fails on ia64

2002-12-09 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
It turned to be a GCC compiler bug. Basically it's the compiler that needs to be fixed, but a workaround is merged into HEAD and OpenSSL_0_9_7-stable branches. The ticket is therefore resolved. A. __ OpenSSL Project

[openssl.org #257] openssl-0.9.7-beta3 on Irix

2002-12-09 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
User has increased optimization level beyond -O2 suggested/recommended by ./Configure and ran into a compiler bug. As it's not self-obvious that -O3 signifantly improves performance (OpenSSL has a lot of source-code optimizations, -O2 is more than sufficient), the case is therefore dismissed as

[openssl.org #193] Bug: test failure on Solaris 8

2002-12-09 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
User couldn't have been honest with us. There is/was *working* solaris64-sparcv9-gcc config line. Instead he must have modified solaris-sparcv9-gcc line replacing -m32 with -m64 and hoping for the best. The case is dismissed. A.

[openssl.org #354] openssl problem on tru64

2002-12-09 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
Do post output from 'apps/openssl version -a' or case will be dismissed as RTFM. A. __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org Development Mailing List [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [openssl.org #391] compilation failure

2002-12-09 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
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 Target:

[openssl.org #391] compilation failure

2002-12-09 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
It must be a compiler bug and I'm dismissing this case for the following reasons: - you seem to have old compiler, 6.1 vs. currently available 6.4 (which I have no problems with), ask for patch or consider upgrading; - SHA is seldomly used algorithm, it probably doesn't worth the effort to

Re: [openssl.org #354] openssl problem on tru64

2002-12-09 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
apps/openssl version -a OpenSSL 0.9.6g 9 Aug 2002 built on: Mon Dec 9 11:19:16 CET 2002 platform: dist options: bn(64,64) md2(int) rc4(ptr,int) des(idx,cisc,4,long) idea(int) blowfis h(idx) compiler: cc -O This wouldn't work and it would indeed fail in BN_sqr. It looks like as you've

[openssl.org #354] openssl problem on tru64

2002-12-09 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
Case is dismissed as RTFM. User failed to run ./config script. It feels like we need BN_sqr entry in FAQ. I'll write couple of lines. A. __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org Development

[openssl.org #272] BN gives wrong result for mod_exp (all forms)

2002-12-09 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
I managed to reproduce the problem and am looking into it. A. __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org Development Mailing List [EMAIL PROTECTED] Automated List Manager

Re: [openssl.org #239] Solaris 2/Intel shared libssl/libcrypto contain text relocations

2002-12-10 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
Do you have the possibility to help out with this? The help needed would be to tell us exactly what assembler lines are incorrect, It's not just a couple of lines that needs to be fixed up. Let's wonder first why are those routines implemented in assembler? Basically two reasons. To reach

Re: [openssl.org #239] Solaris 2/Intel shared libssl/libcrypto contain text relocations

2002-12-11 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
... use up every damn register and it's really tight there. Now what would it take to PIC-ify the code? Most likely an extra register! The one you'll be calculating offsets from. And the problem is that there is no register to spare ... good news are that there is only one [DES] module that

[openssl.org #239] Solaris 2/Intel shared libssl/libcrypto contain text relocations

2002-12-14 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
Both code relocation (DES code not being PIC) and linking issues (crt1.o being linked in when it shouldn't) are addressed in HEAD and 0.9.7 branches now. The case is dismissed. A. __ OpenSSL Project

[openssl.org #402] Invalid assembly generated in a.out mode

2002-12-17 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
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[openssl.org #405] 0.9.7-beta6 make failure on solaris-x86-gcc

2002-12-18 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
The fix is committed to cvs repository. If you don't feel like pulling down the cvs tree, apply attached patch, rm crypto/des/asm/*.o and rerun make. __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org

[openssl.org #272] BN gives wrong result for mod_exp (all forms)

2002-12-20 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
The bugexptest.c problem is already addressed in 0.9.7-beta6. As for HEAD/0.9.8 it will be addressed next year. Therefore the ticken remains open. As for intermittent core dumps in the accelerated bn_sub_words routine, I couldn't reproduce it and we therefore omit it from further discussions

Re: [openssl.org #410] Re: HP-UX build problems with 0.9.6h

2002-12-20 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
* compilation goes fine apart from the following compiler warning: cc -I.. -I../.. -I../../include -DOPENSSL_THREADS -D_REENTRANT -DDSO_DL -DOPENSSL_NO_KRB5 -DOPENSSL_NO_IDEA -DOPENSSL_NO_ASM +DA2.0 +DS2.0 +O3 +Optrs_strongly_typed +Olibcalls -Ae +ESlit -DB_ENDIAN -DMD32_XARRAY -c

Re: [openssl.org #410] Re: HP-UX build problems with 0.9.6h

2002-12-23 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
... the warnings and BN test failure seem to be related with the hpux-parisc2-cc target and no-asm option. without the no-asm option building goes ok (no warnings, tests succeed) using hpux-parisc2-cc target. Yet it's extremely important to get it working with no-asm. For that

Re: [openssl.org #410] Re: HP-UX build problems with 0.9.6h

2002-12-23 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
i tried this but linking the openssl program as well as the tests fails with the following message: cc -o openssl -DMONOLITH -I.. -I../include -DOPENSSL_THREADS -D_REENTRANT -DDSO_DL -DOPENSSL_NO_KRB5 -DOPENSSL_NO_ASM +DA2.0 +DS2.0 +O3 +Optrs_strongly_typed +Olibcalls -Ae +ESlit

Re: [openssl.org #417] make test fails in BN_sqr under Solaris 8

2002-12-26 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
Richard! How come this ticket made to 0.9.[78] STATUS? The question was originally about 0.9.6h[-engine] and the issue is not relevant in 0.9.[78] context. test BN_sqr Square test failed! Basically it's in the FAQ (http://www.openssl.org/support/faq.cgi#BUILD11) and is a misconfiguraiton

Re: [openssl.org #412] openssl-0.9.7-beta6: lib directory fails to install

2002-12-27 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
I pulled down openssl-0.9.7-stable-SNAP-20021226.tar.gz, configure, compiled, tested, installed. Not exactly related to this ticket itself, but I wonder if you could tell what's your platform exactly. In other words what does './apps/openssl version -p' print? If it's hpux-parisc2-cc, then I

Re: [openssl.org #412] openssl-0.9.7-beta6: lib directory fails to install

2002-12-27 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
I tested this issue on Solaris 8, ??? RT#412 starts with In testing 0.9.7-beta6 on an HP system running HPUX 11.0, ... and now it turns to be a Solaris 8 issue? I'm lost... A. __ OpenSSL Project

[openssl.org #404] maketest.log

2002-12-27 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
I can't reproduce this. Not in a directory mounted with binmode option. In a directory mounted with textmode option it fails already in test_enc, i.e. much earlier than the originating report implies... __ OpenSSL Project

[openssl.org #417] make test fails in BN_sqr under Solaris 8

2002-12-28 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
This is second attempt to resolve this ticket... __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org Development Mailing List [EMAIL PROTECTED] Automated List Manager

[openssl.org #404] maketest.log

2002-12-30 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
Make sure the directory you're compiling the toolkit in is mounted with binmode option. __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org Development Mailing List [EMAIL PROTECTED]

[openssl.org #410] Re: HP-UX build problems with 0.9.6h

2002-12-30 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
I'm resolving this ticket in sincere faith that BN_kronecker issue is a user environmental problem, i.e. either dependency rules inconsistency or a compiler bug, and other problems were already addressed. __ OpenSSL Project

Re: [openssl.org #272] BN gives wrong result for mod_exp (all forms)

2002-12-30 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
If I understand you correctly, the 0.9.7 related part of the problem is resolved. Yes. Therefore the Milestone should be moved to 0.9.8, shouldn't it? Done. A. __ OpenSSL Project

Re: [openssl.org #426] HP-UX build problems with 0.9.7

2002-12-31 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
First of all it would facilitate if you could file a single problem per report. In which the person who is considering to close the ticket won't end up judging over things he doesn't feel like capable of judging. Like me over your previous RT#410:-) I mean e.g. BN_sqr failure was exactly my cup

Re: [openssl.org #425] Build error on Windows NT4?

2003-01-01 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
cl ... -c .\crypto\asn1\n_pkey.c .\crypto\asn1\n_pkey.c(96) : error C2370: 'NETSCAPE_ENCRYPTED_PKEY_it' : redefinition; different storage class .\crypto\asn1\n_pkey.c(93) : see declaration of 'NETSCAPE_ENCRYPTED_PKEY_it' Strange, I checked VC++ 6.0 SP3 and had no

Re: [openssl.org #426] HP-UX build problems with 0.9.7

2003-01-02 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
As implied in RT#410 closing note it smells like a compiler bug. changing optimization level from +O3 to +O2 in the hpux-parisc2-cc target seems to fix the BN_kronecker test problem with the no-asm option. Meaning that it *is* in fact a compiler bug and is therefore not an OpenSSL issue.

Re: [openssl.org #426] HP-UX build problems with 0.9.7

2003-01-03 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
compare pa-risc.s and pa-risc2.s, I see that reference to Division would overflow is treated completely different. And I can actually imagine that the way it's treated in pa-risc2.s is not positon-independent... with your patch applied shared library linkage and tests succeed on

Re: [openssl.org #406] OpenSSL on Sparc64

2003-01-03 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
Just tried the latest (0.9.7) with no luck, below is the end of the output. testing req conversions p - d p - p d - d *** Error code 1 What is your compiler? Well, what version? What happens if you lower optimization level (see INSTALL for details)? What happens if you copy

[openssl.org #17] enahancement request - support intel icc for building

2003-01-03 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
Initial support for icc appears first in ftp://ftp.openssl.org/snapshot/openssl-SNAP-20030103.tar.gz. To configure run './Configure linux-ia32-icc'. Auto-detection in ./config will be added at some later point. As already mentioned it's fruitless to count on libimf.a, as it's a floating point

Re: [openssl.org #22] [PATCH] to dev build 20020428 for Win64 on Itanium

2003-01-05 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
... or does size_t matter:-) I had a look at BRANCH_WIN64 last night and here're some thoughts. First of all I want to point out that I had rather fast look so that this is probably not a final judgment:-) As discussed earlier Win64 implements P64 programming model and so the discussion started

Re: [openssl.org #22] [PATCH] to dev build 20020428 for Win64 on Itanium

2003-01-07 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
1. File (socket) handles are ints. Why not create a special type called file_handle_t, that changes sizes with platforms that have different requirements of file handle types (read windows)? Just a side note. As already pointed out in another context, it's actually *safe* to cast SOCKET to

Re: [openssl.org #426] HP-UX build problems with 0.9.7

2003-01-07 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
hpux64-parisc-cc target fails with the following error message both with and without your pa-risc2.s patch applied: cc -I../crypto -I.. -I../include +Z -DOPENSSL_THREADS -D_REENTRANT -DDSO_DLFCN -DHAVE_DLFCN_H -DOPENSSL_NO_KRB5 -Ae +DD64 +O3 +ESlit -z -DB_ENDIAN -DMD32_XARRAY -c

[openssl.org #442] bug report / solaris 2.9/sparc64

2003-01-07 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
The case is dismissed. A. P.S. As for not being honest. If changes were made, you're expected to state what changes exactly were made and you didn't. __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org

Re: [openssl.org #430] segementation fault with openssl 0.9.7

2003-01-09 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
Running under a debugging malloc library causes a crash earlier on with a double free error on something which is only freed once. Very odd... What platform is this on? Does anyone else get a crash with: openssl ca -infiles Linux: crash HP-UX 10.20: no crash when

Re: [openssl.org #442] bug report / solaris 2.9/sparc64

2003-01-07 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
SUBJECT: Bug in new key generation -- *** THIS BUG REPORT IS FOR 64 bits ONLY, 32 bits version is working fine *** -- # cd /opt/src/openssl-0.9.6h # ./apps/openssl version -a OpenSSL 0.9.6h 5 Dec 2002 built on: Sun Dec 22 15:17:10 CET 2002 platform: solaris-sparcv9-gcc options:

Re: [openssl.org #451] SX6 port

2003-01-12 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
+ sx6, cc:-g -DTERMIOS::(unknown):::SIXTY_FOUR_BIT DES_INT:::, No optimization? Not even lousy -O? SIXTY_FOUR_BIT? SIXTY_FOUR_BIT aims ILP32 ABIs implemented on 64-bit CPUs, N32 ABI on IRIX 6 is one example. If your sizeof(long)==8, then you should use SIXTY_FOUR_BIT_LONG. Please confirm. A.

Re: [openssl.org #455] [BUG] FreeBSD openssl-0.9.7 I386_ONLY

2003-01-12 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
(cd asm; /usr/local/bin/perl des-586.pl cpp dx86unix.cpp) gcc -E -DOUT asm/dx86unix.cpp | as -o asm/dx86-out.o des-586.s: Assembler messages: des-586.s:2458: Error: Unimplemented segment type 0 in parse_operand des-586.s:2645: Error: Unimplemented segment type 0 in parse_operand *** Error

Re: [openssl.org #455] [BUG] FreeBSD openssl-0.9.7 I386_ONLY

2003-01-13 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
(cd asm; /usr/local/bin/perl des-586.pl cpp dx86unix.cpp) gcc -E -DOUT asm/dx86unix.cpp | as -o asm/dx86-out.o des-586.s: Assembler messages: des-586.s:2458: Error: Unimplemented segment type 0 in parse_operand des-586.s:2645: Error: Unimplemented segment type 0 in parse_operand

Re: [openssl.org #444] Win32 crash in PEM_read_X509

2003-01-15 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
One is that AES using 192 or 256 bit ciphers produces the wrong result. Have you traced into it at all? Try this:-) --- ./crypto/aes/aes_core.c.origWed Nov 13 15:01:18 2002 +++ ./crypto/aes/aes_core.c Wed Jan 15 01:54:08 2003 @@ -750,7 +750,7 @@ rk[2] = GETU32(userKey +

[openssl.org #455] [BUG] FreeBSD openssl-0.9.7 I386_ONLY

2003-01-15 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
The ticket is being resolved as being FAQ matter. __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org Development Mailing List [EMAIL PROTECTED] Automated List Manager

[openssl.org #439] OpenSSL Bug(?) - make test (SHA) failure

2003-01-15 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
Resolved as non OpenSSL problem. __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org Development Mailing List [EMAIL PROTECTED] Automated List Manager [EMAIL

[openssl.org #406] OpenSSL on Sparc64

2003-01-15 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
No further information provided. Originally reported problem is lack of support for platform in question in 0.9.6h. We do nothing about that, but advice to deploy 0.9.7. As for 0.9.7 failing to pass the test. I find it hard to believe that it's OpenSSL problem, but a compiler bug. No action needs

Re: [openssl.org #444] Win32 crash in PEM_read_X509

2003-01-15 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
If you just can't figure out Just to clarify. The posted patch is not so to say try-your-luck thing, it *does* get me through the ms\test. But then you have to remember to go fix it some day and remove the #pragma. ??? Fix what? It's the compiler that needs to be fixed... A.

Re: [openssl.org #463] PATCH

2003-01-17 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
Current version, openssl-0.9.7, does not support shared libraries on AIX platform. To openssl-dev mainly. How come did do_aix-shared deserve so special treatment? I mean SHAREDFLAGS being hardcoded directly in Makefile.org? Just wondering... I am sending you the changes which allow to

Re: [openssl.org #464] TSU NOTIFICATION - encryption

2003-01-17 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
Config was adding 386 to the Configure line causing the build to fail on the assembler modules. in what way? Not really. So you mean that it's not like it fails, but generates not optimal code. Minimum processor on any current UnixWare is a pentium. The older

Re: [openssl.org #463] PATCH

2003-01-17 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
rt To openssl-dev mainly. How come did do_aix-shared deserve so special rt treatment? I mean SHAREDFLAGS being hardcoded directly in Makefile.org? rt Just wondering... Well, that one is an experiment. Then why AIX specific flags like -bnogc, -bE:lib$$i.exp, -bM:SRE? rt and aix43-cc. rt

Re: [openssl.org #451] SX6 port

2003-01-18 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
I already answered this once, but it didn't come through for some reason... + sx6, cc:-g -DTERMIOS::(unknown):::SIXTY_FOUR_BIT DES_INT:::, No optimization? Not even lousy -O? -g overrides any optimization you give, Yes, that's what normally happens... and i think there's a problem

Re: [openssl.org #464] TSU NOTIFICATION - encryption

2003-01-18 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
Config was adding 386 to the Configure line causing the build to fail on the assembler modules. in what way? UX:as: ERROR: asm/sx86-elf.s:35:invalid register for instruction: %al in xchg Would it work if you add b to xchg mnemonic, i.e. make it look xchgb

Re: [openssl.org #464] TSU NOTIFICATION - encryption

2003-01-18 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
Have the 5 section look something like -- 5) if [ `echo x$VERSION | sed -e 's/\..*//'` = x7 ]; then echo i586-sco-unixware7; exit 0 elif [ `echo x$VERSION | sed -e 's/\..*//'` = x8 ]; then echo

[openssl.org #464] TSU NOTIFICATION - encryption

2003-01-19 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
All discussed issies are adressed. Ticket is being resolved. A. __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org Development Mailing List [EMAIL PROTECTED] Automated List Manager

Re: [openssl.org #463] PATCH

2003-01-20 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
./Configure aix64-cc ... shared - build fails with only libcrypto.a built (no libssl.a) and message + ld -r -o libcrypto.o -bnogc libcrypto.a ld: 0711-245 WARNING: No csects or exported symbols have been saved. + nm -Pg libcrypto.o + grep [BD] + cut -f1 -d + 1

Re: [openssl.org #463] PATCH

2003-01-20 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
Wrong button again? I wasn't ready with it... It builds shared libraries indeed! Can you test one last thing. Assuming that you have the tree configured with './Configure aix64-cc shared' left. Would following work: cc -q64 -Wl,-bnogc,-bautoexp, 'cc -q64 -qmkshrobj -o libcrypto.so

Re: [openssl.org #463] PATCH

2003-01-21 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
1)Unless I understood you correctly, could you please send me the complete implementation for aix-shared which you want. You have to understand that I don't have access to AIX machine and therefore can't be completely sure what I actually want. What I asked in previous letter is to run the

Re: [openssl.org #463] PATCH

2003-01-21 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
As you don't appear to be interested in 64-bit build I've decided to settle for following. We leave the code as is [as in openssl-0.9.7-stable-SNAP-20030119.tar.gz or later] and document the aix64-cc case in PROBLEMS in wait for more appropriate solution (covering even gcc:-). BTW. Can use verify

Re: [openssl.org #463] PATCH

2003-01-21 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
1)I just got aix64-cc shared build succeed with -bautoexp. It was possible to modify Makefile pretty similar to aix43-cc. ^^ But the challenge is to construct the rule which can be parametrized through configure line. But as already mentioned, I'd appreciate if you could verify if 'env

[openssl.org #460] bug_report

2003-01-23 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
The issue was addressed in RT#464, SCO clean-up, and this ticket is therefore being resolved. You can either fetch latest 0.9.7-stable snapsot at ftp://ftp.openssl.org/snapshot/ or manually edit ./Configure and remove -lresolv from sco5-cc line. A.

[openssl.org #463] PATCH: AIX shared libraries

2003-01-23 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
The originally reported issue is addressed and the ticket is being resolved. Temporary workaround for emerged issue with aix64-cc shared build is documented in PROBLEMS. A. __ OpenSSL Project

Re: [openssl.org #485] bug patch

2003-01-29 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
When i type this command, openssl genrsa -des3 -rand certreq.txt 1024 www.mydomain.key i have this error message. 19887:error:24064064:random number generator:SSLEAY_RAND_BYTES:PRNG not seeded:md_rand.c:53 8: 19887:error:04069003:rsa routines:RSA_generate_key:BN lib:rsa_gen.c:182:

Re: [openssl.org #480] Support for local ip address binding for connect BIO's.

2003-01-29 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
Hereby i'd like to request the the support for local (source) ip address binding in bio_conn.c. You may be able to do this with a BIO callback and making calls when it has reached the appropriate internal state. That's messy but at least you wouldn't need to patch the OpenSSL core

Re: [openssl.org #480] Support for local ip address binding for connect BIO's.

2003-01-29 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
Hereby i'd like to request the the support for local (source) ip address binding in bio_conn.c. You may be able to do this with a BIO callback and making calls when it has reached the appropriate internal state. That's messy but at least you wouldn't need to patch the OpenSSL

Re: [openssl.org #1488] [Patch] new ppc64 and s390x Configure entries for 0.9.8 tree

2007-02-13 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
We have been building OpenSSL on ppc64 and S390X platforms with Linux and have found some Configure errors in the 0.9.8 tree when compiling for 64 bit. These errors include: 1. Building as 64bit on ppc64 or s390x is broken Platforms are 64bit (ppc64 and s390x) both ReadHat and SuSE need

Re: [openssl.org #1494] Re: Openssl Installation Error

2007-03-01 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
I tried to install the Openssl and failed on the make test step. Would you help me with the error message? ./README contains instruction on how to collect information required when you file problem report. ../util/shlib_wrap.sh ./destest make[2]: *** [test_des] Segmentation Fault But if

Re: [openssl.org #1526] x86cpuid-elf.s cannot be compiled by Sun assembler on x86

2007-05-19 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
In the revision 1.9 of file x86cpuid.pl there appeared block with some setne instructions: These instructions are translated under Solaris x86 into setneb assembler instruction which causes Illegal mnemonic error with /usr/ccs/bin/as Also, expression and (edx, ~(128)) is incorrectly

Re: [openssl.org #1517] [PATCH] Makefile.shared: Link all shared libs with --enable-auto-image-base

2007-05-19 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
Ping? it's about 6 weeks since I sent this patch. Is there some problem with it so it can't be applied? rules in question are used even in mingw build and why change this build parameters? especially if we don't even know if suggested flag is invalid in mingw ld context. i apologize it

[openssl.org #1517] [PATCH] Makefile.shared: Link all shared libs with --enable-auto-image-base

2007-05-19 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
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Re: [openssl.org #1521] bug report

2007-05-20 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
Title: Failed to link static openssl libraries (or non-PIC x86_64cpuid.s) OS: FC4 HARDWARE: AMD x86 64bit OPENSSL VERSION: 0.9.8e OPTIONS: CFLAGS=-fPIC -O2 ./config no-dso no-shared no-threads no-zlib -fPIC -O2 --prefix=/home/dmitri/php/install Details: It worked just fine with all

Re: [openssl.org #1515] Error in make test on Solaris 5.10 - OpenSSL 0.9.8e

2007-05-20 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
I am experiencing an issue when run make test during Open SSL 0.9.8e installation on Sun Solaris 5.10. Below is the test report and attached the complete test log. Can you please help me with this? Testing cipher AES-128-ECB(encrypt) Key 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0a 0b 0c

Re: [openssl.org #1514] is openssl supported on scratchbox?

2007-05-20 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
i'm building openssl-0.9.8d on a KUBUNTO OS and under scratchbox 0.9.8.8 to be able to export it on the pda nokia 770 when i run [sbox-SDK_ARMEL: ~/openssl-0.9.8d] ./config -t i have: Operating system: i686-whatever-linux2 Does nokia run on x86 processor? I think not. I had an

[openssl.org #1437] Resolved: [patch] include sys/types.h in sha.h

2007-05-20 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
According to our records, your request has been resolved. If you have any further questions or concerns, please respond to this message. __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org Development Mailing

Re: [openssl.org #1549] [BUG] Segfault in BN_mont test on linux-x86_64 SNAP 20070621

2007-06-21 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
OpenSSL Version: 0.9.9-dev SNAP 20070621 OS. Linux/x86_64/Fedora 7 1. make report testlog attached 2. Getting segfault when running make tests during big number library test. test BN_mont *** glibc detected *** ./bntest: free(): invalid next size (fast):

[openssl.org #1427] bug: BN_mul() sometimes gives wrong results

2007-07-08 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
http://cvs.openssl.org/chngview?cn=16325. __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org Development Mailing List openssl-dev@openssl.org Automated List Manager

[openssl.org #1508] bug report : Possible issue in AES asm code?

2007-07-08 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
it was not a bug, but http://cvs.openssl.org/chngview? cn=16331 should keep memory debuggers calm. __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org Development Mailing List

Re: [openssl.org #1533] 0.9.8e memory alignment issue

2007-07-10 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
Reminder. If openssl-dev subscribers want RT users to hear them, reply explicitly to [EMAIL PROTECTED] David Schwartz wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) terminated by signal BUS (invalid address alignment) 0x7d24fab8: t_delete+0x00f8:stx %o0, [%g4 + 16] current

Re: [openssl.org #1500] Resolved: 0.9.8 bug report

2007-07-10 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
thanks! there is nothing to be thankful about, sorry. haven't heard anything about it so far. is there a patch or something? if you would have checked the ticket, you'd see that there unfortunately no resources to pursue the issue. i can't reproduce it and have no time to interrogate you

Re: [openssl.org #1334] Resolved: [PATCH] Cross-compile for Windows from Linux

2007-07-11 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
Hi, According to our records, your request has been resolved. If you have any further questions or concerns, please respond to this message. No comments on the tracker entry. Apparently I should have clicked on more buttons, when closing the ticket, but there *is* comment in RT. Please

Re: [openssl.org #1573] Bug in Configure, parisc2 configuration in openssl v 0.9.8e

2007-08-29 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
The hpux-parisc2-cc configuration still uses the dlfcn specifier (see below), it must be renamed to dl as in the other parisc targets. 64-bit PA-RISC is ELF and implements dlfcn-style API. Even though dl-style API is supported in 64-bit context users are encouraged to migrate to the dl*

Re: [openssl.org #1569] *** Error code 9 make: Fatal error: Command failed for target `te st_evp'

2007-08-29 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
After successfully configuring and building OpenSSL version openssl-0.9.8e on Sun/Optron under the latest Soalris 10, after executing: make test The following errors are detected: Testing cipher AES-128-ECB(encrypt) Key 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0a 0b 0c 0d 0e 0f

Re: [openssl.org #1568] OpenSSL 0.9.7k build fails Incorrect register `%rbp' used with `l' suffix

2007-08-29 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
On my old Debian box during OpenSSL 0.9.7 build, make fails: make[2]: Entering directory `/usr/local/openssl/crypto/rand' gcc -I.. -I../.. -I../../include -DOPENSSL_THREADS -D_REENTRANT -DDSO_DLFCN -DHA VE_DLFCN_H -DOPENSSL_NO_KRB5 -m64 -DL_ENDIAN -DTERMIO -O3 -Wall -DMD32_REG_T=int

[openssl.org #1381] [PATCH] set rpath on shared library for openssl command proper loading

2007-09-16 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
Suggested method is inappropriate as it affects all targets. The problem is worked around in http://cvs.openssl.org/chngview?cn=16551. __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org Development

Re: [openssl.org #1439] Bug Report - possibly mishandled system call?

2007-09-16 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
openSSL v9.8.2 on Windows 2000 Server in support of PostgreSQL 8.2 - my original bug report to the Postgres developers can be found at: http://archives.postgresql.org/pgsql-bugs/2006-12/msg00122.php A follow-up to my report posted by Tom Lane, a member of Postgres' core dev team, includes

[openssl.org #1581] make test (Fatal error)

2007-09-16 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
This was discussed multiple times. It's Sun compiler bug [in both SPARC and x86 version apparently] and there're patches available. A. __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org Development

Re: [openssl.org #1555] problems under openbsd

2007-09-16 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
as of the latest openbsd (v4.1) seems it's impossible to compile openssl 0.9.7m package with asm enabled assembler adds underscores before the names and causes make to fail to build apps For example DES_encrypt appears as many U DES_encrypt and one T _DES_encrypt in the nm output for

[openssl.org #1575] Manpage and program usage has missing digests

2007-09-17 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
fixed. a. __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org Development Mailing List openssl-dev@openssl.org Automated List Manager [EMAIL PROTECTED]

[openssl.org #1557] error in ssl/ssl_lib.c

2007-09-17 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
apparently was fixed at some point. a. __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org Development Mailing List openssl-dev@openssl.org Automated List Manager

[openssl.org #1529] doc: AES support not documented in enc(1) manual page

2007-09-17 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
fixed. a. __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org Development Mailing List openssl-dev@openssl.org Automated List Manager [EMAIL PROTECTED]

[openssl.org #1537] [PATCH] Fix header path for pq_compat.h

2007-09-17 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
fixed. a. __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org Development Mailing List openssl-dev@openssl.org Automated List Manager [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [openssl.org #1527] bug report - interop between TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.0 is not working

2007-09-18 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
We have some interop issue between TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1. Our application is based on OpenSSL 0.9.7 version (Linux - Operation system). This is Radvision SIP stack and oSIP stack. I don't quite understand. Does OpenSSL act as server or client? You must be referring to server... It doesn't

Re: [openssl.org #1524] Bug with RSA cerficates/keys longer than 1024 bits

2007-09-18 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
we are using openssl in an environment with a Windows 2003 PKI/CA. OpenSSL together with OpenLDAP shall be used to provide Single Sign On. This is working as long as the servers public key on the Windows AD server is not getting larger than 1024 bit. I have tested the following commands

Re: [openssl.org #1511] A possible bug when compiling openSSL with minGW

2007-09-18 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
[EMAIL PROTECTED] via RT wrote: Hi, I am having a bit of a trouble compiling the openSSL release 0.9.8e under WinXP SP2. The version of minGW's the gcc compiler I am using is 3.4.5-20060117-1 and the minGW32-make is 3.80.0-1. For some reason the build tools use malformed file names

[openssl.org #1426] openssl on a Mac

2007-09-18 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
0.9.7 is no longer [actively] supported. Mac OS support is improved in 0.9.8 stable and development versions and we advice to use them instead. A. __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org

[openssl.org #1394] 0.9.8c darwin-i386-cc broken without config shared

2007-09-18 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
This was fixed at some point. A. __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org Development Mailing List openssl-dev@openssl.org Automated List Manager

Re: [openssl.org #1485] [PATCH] Type Punning fix for 0.9.7f+ and all 0.9.8 on Big Endien 64 bit machines

2007-09-18 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
We have been building OpenSSL on PPC64 and S390X platforms with Linux and have found some type punning errors in both the 0.9.7 tree and the 0.9.8 tree. The self-test test_x509 fails due to this error. This error only seems to appear on big endien 64 bit machines, whether compiling for 32 or

Re: [openssl.org #1555] problems under openbsd

2007-09-24 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
There is no problem with C compiler and tools around it under OpenBSD except assembler. It's assember adds undescores to all the public symbols in the object files No. It's not assembler that adds underscores, but OpenSSL modules that are generated with underscores for OpenBSD-i386 target.

[openssl.org #1566] -march=ultrasparc in Configure script openssl-0.9.7 branch

2007-10-13 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
this was fixed at some point. a. __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org Development Mailing List openssl-dev@openssl.org Automated List Manager

[openssl.org #1452] OpenSSL 0.9.7l make install syntax error

2007-10-13 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
this was eventually fixed. thanks for report. a. __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org Development Mailing List openssl-dev@openssl.org Automated List Manager

[openssl.org #1296] openssl 0.9.8a/0.9.7g crashes on IA64

2007-10-13 Thread Andy Polyakov via RT
this was addressed at some point. a. __ OpenSSL Project http://www.openssl.org Development Mailing List openssl-dev@openssl.org Automated List Manager

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