Turned out to be a permissions error, quickly followed by the
(apparently common) GnuTLS issues. Since having TLS on that server is
not demanding (it's just a slave), I don't feel like trying to find a
solution. I guess I'll just later compile it by hand with OpenSSL (which
is what I did on the master server).
Thanks for the help anyway!
Em 31-05-2010 17:54, Frank Van Damme escreveu:
2010/5/31 Daniel Gomes<dgomes(a)ipfn.ist.utl.pt>:
> Hey there,
> I've got a simple enough question: is it possible to use a certificate for
> TLS (through the TLSCertificateFile directive) on which the FQDN of the LDAP
> server is not on the CN but instead on the alternative name? I tried this,
> but I'm getting a "TLS init def ctx failed: -64" and I thought it might
> because of this issue. I also couldn't find a list of the error numbers and
> their descriptions, making it harder for me to understand what's wrong...
You can. Did that a few weeks ago.
Daniel Gomes (SysAdmin)
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