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Bug#136052: apache-ssl in woody/stable can't use encrypted keys

On Wed, Aug 07, 2002 at 11:20:59AM -0400, Peter Watkins wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 07, 2002 at 05:10:33PM +0200, Christoph Martin wrote:
> > What is the difference of the bahaviour of the potato and the woody
> > version of apache-ssl? You can only use encrypted keys with apache-ssl
> > if you manually start the server. Then it would ask you for the key. 
> > 
> > But this did not change.
> The difference is that with potato's apache-ssl, we could provide the 
> passphrase when manually starting the server, and it would be accepted.
> Once we upgraded to potato's version of apache-ssl, we could not start the
> server, not even manually, even though we provided the correct passphrase
> (as we had done under potato). Instead we got error messages in the log file
> very much like those reported by Thomas Gebhardt in this bug ticket back in
> February. With woody's apache-ssl, we can only start the httpd if the server
> ssl/tls key lacks a passphrase.

I wonder if this has anything to do with using start-stop-daemon instead of

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