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Re: OpenLDAP starts, but...
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Je Mardo Marto 15 2005 21:16, vi skribis:
> At 03:53 PM 3/15/2005, Pupeno wrote:
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> >Noone replied anywhere, should I consider this a bug ?
> You are free to consider it whatever you want to.
> But the project won't consider it a bug in OpenLDAP Software
> without sufficient evidence that it actually is a bug in
> OpenLDAP Software. Until you have some evidence, there
> is no point in reporting a bug as such reports will be closed.
I think I have plenty of information that the certificates are right and that
for some reason, OpenLDAP/OpenSSL is failing to pick it up (note,
Apache/OpenSSL has no trouble):
> I suggest you test your certificates using purely
> OpenSSL command line tools (e.g., s_client and s_server
> talking to each other).
I've done it, using the same certificate and key:
- - Any web browser to Apache, works.
- - s_client to s_server, works.
- - s_client to OpenLDAP, *doesn't* work.
- - any ldap browser to OpenLDAP, *doesn't* work.
> If they don't work there, they won't
> work in OpenLDAP Software. And if they don't work there,
> you'd have something that the OpenSSL folks might actually
> be able to help you with. Until you have that working, there
> is little point in discussions here.
It is already working and I asked to OpensSSL's mailing list anyway, nobody
Maybe I should consider it as a bug for OpenSSL, I don't know.
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