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Re: apache-ssl, libapache-mod-ssl

On 2002.05.24 09:53 Ralf G. R. Bergs wrote:
On Fri, 24 May 2002 15:48:05 +0200, Hugo van der Merwe wrote:

>What is the difference (when would one use what) between
>libapache-mod-ssl, and apache-ssl? Is one of these "new", since the
>"crypto-in-main" transition? (I only noticed the -mod-ssl one today,
>I've used apache-ssl in the past.)

Someone once (months ago) told me that Apache-SSL was obsolete, and to
"libapache-mod-ssl," but they couldn't (or didn't want to) explain to
me WHY
this was so.

Just based on the package names, I would guess that the latter uses the Apache module structure, whereas the former has SSL support compiled into the main executable. If that is the case, then mod_ssl would certainly be alot more flexible.


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