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ssltelnet not working...

Hi all,

anybody using ssltelnet?

I'm using:

ii libssl08 0.8.1-7 SSL shared libraries 
ii ssleay 0.8.1-7 Secure Socket Layer and related cryptographi 
ii ssltelnet 0.11.1-2 SSLtelnet(d) is telnet(d) replacement with e

I setup certificates and private key using

req -new -x509 -nodes -out telnetd.pem -keyout telnetd.pem ln -s
telnetd.pem `x509 -noout -hash < telnetd.pem`.0

also verified...

verify telnetd.pem

as the READMEs say...

but or it cores dump (when telneting to localhost) but it seems to 
work when I telnet to some ssl aware host: 

bash-2.01$ telnet -z ssl localhost 
Connected to localhost.  
Escape character is '^]'.  
Segmentation fault

bash-2.01$ telnet -z ssl www.bemarnet.es 443 
Connected to www.bemarnet.es. 
Escape character is '^]'. 

I would like to know what is really happening before sending a bug to submit@bugs.debian.org

If I execute telnet client as

bash-2.01$ telnet -z ssl -z verbose -z cert=/usr/lib/ssl/certs/telnetd.pem localhost 
SSL_connect:PINIT before SSL initalisation
SSL_connect:23WCHA SSLv2/v3 write client hello A 
SSL_connect:error in 23RSHA SSLv2/v3 read server hello A 
Connected to localhost. 
Escape character is '^]'. 
Segmentation fault

The same happens if -z cert=... is ommited

Does I need to setup something more?

Any comment will be greatly appreciated,


PD: yes, xinetd (an inetd replacement) has reloaded its configuration

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