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RE: PHP4 and OpenSSL

HTTPS will work fine but is not installed. My problem is that when I make the PHP4 calls to the Openssl API's I always get "undefined function" although the are supported in the version of PHP I am using. I think the answer is, is that I need an "extension = ???ssl???.so" but I cannot find it in my php.ini. I also haven't found any documentation stating this is required.

I've never had problems with extensions for other modules that I've used. I've simply installed, Apache, php, php-extension with apt-get install and then enabled the php module in httpd.conf and enable the php extensions (*.so) in php.ini (which is usually taken care of by the apt-get install process).

I've also made a seach of all the "*.so" modules that I have currently got installed and there is no relevant module.

I shouldn't need to make Apache SSL capable (which I have done plenty of times) to get PHP Openssl calls to work.

Thanks a lot for your input and thoughts Massimiliano, very much appreciated !


-----Original Message-----
From: Massimiliano Ferrero [mailto:m.ferrero@midhgard.it]
Sent: 10. Mrz 03 14:48
To: debian-user@lists.debian.org
Subject: Re: PHP4 and OpenSSL

Hallam, John wrote:
> I'm having problems getting OpenSSL and PHP4 working (always get a "Fatal error: Call to undefined function: openssl_xxxxxx()...) and I am wondering if there is a Debian Package missing in my installation (or is there a PHP.INI setting missing/wrong). I used the Debian Package manager to install things on my Debian Linux machine. I have Apache 1.3.27, OpenSSL 0.9.7 and PHP4 4.2.3-11 installed. 

Exactly what are you trying to do?
We have php pages protected by sll with no problems.
No modules installed, except libapache-mod-sll

In /etc/php4/apache/php.ini there is a line regarding sll
but is commented:


Are you trying to call any php function that is ssl related?

It's a php or an apache problem? Does apache + sll work with standard 
html pages.

In /etc/apache/httpd.conf do you have (uncommented):

LoadModule ssl_module /usr/lib/apache/1.3/mod_ssl.so

Best regards


Massimiliano Ferrero
Midhgard s.r.l.
C/so Re Umberto 23
10128 - Torino
tel. +39-0112301400 - fax +39-0112301422
e-mail: m.ferrero@midhgard.it
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