Frederik Bosch <frederik.bosch(a)gmail.com> writes:
Compiling 2.4.17 with OpenSSL was more succesful than on 2.4.11. I
think that's a Debian issue. Anyway, I have my server up and running!
Thanks a lot Dieter for answering all my questions.
But I have a minor question left. Each time I restart slapd I have to
enter the PEM pass phrase. Is there a way to remember or not prompt
for the passphrase?
extract the password from the certificate
openssl rsa -in certificate.pem -out some-key.pem
On 08/31/2010 12:15 PM, Frederik Bosch wrote:
> In that case. I'd go for recompiling with openssl. I already tried, but
> that gave me following error.
> Could not locate TLS/SSL package.
> Of course, I also googled that. I think I need to point where to find
> the OpenSSL library.
> dpkg -L openssl says
> So I tried to do
> env CPPFLAGS="-I/usr/lib/ssl" LDFLAGS="-L/usr/lib/ssl"
> before configure but no success. By the way, this is first time I try to
> compile something and I do it with debuild -us -uc.
> On 08/31/2010 11:05 AM, Frederik Bosch wrote:
>> After getting my ACL right (thanks Dieter!), I have problems installing
>> an official certificate. I bought a certificate at RapidSSL. Starting
>> slapd gives me the following error.
>> TLS init def ctx failed: -69
>> This error is thrown in openldap 2.4.17. Since I am on debian, slapd is
>> compiled against GnuTLS. When I was using 2.4.11 I had another error:
>> TLS init def ctx failed: -207
>> When I had a self-signed certificate I had no trouble. What could be
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