On Sat, Nov 02, 2002 at 09:29:55PM +1100, Andrew Lau wrote: > Could anyone please provide me with a HOWTO on replacing > OpenSSL with GnuTLS? The latter isn't a drop-in replacement for the > former, is it? GNU TLS itself isn't, but it provides an OpenSSL compatibility layer, which works for several packages in Debian, but doesn't yet support all OpenSSL features. > I don't know where to start in regards to this one. I've > disabled OpenSSL support in cupsys-pt as upstream, Siegfried Kuhlmann, > hasn't included an OpenSSL exclusion clause in his license and I > haven't been able to establish contact with him at all . So should I > bother trying to close this wishlist properly or should I just hold > out until upstream contacts me (if ever) since this fix isn't trivial? Joey Hess did some OpenSSL to GNU-TLS-OpenSSL-compat-lib porting, as I understand it. Perhaps if you ask him really nicely, he'll write such a document. -- G. Branden Robinson | "There is no gravity in space." Debian GNU/Linux | "Then how could astronauts walk email@example.com | around on the Moon?" http://people.debian.org/~branden/ | "Because they wore heavy boots."
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