[squid-users] Squid4 with GnuTLS - specify ciphers or disable protocols
m.hoffmann.bs at gmail.com
Wed Dec 19 16:52:27 UTC 2018
Sorry my fault. Using the correct configure options makes OpenSSL support
indeed work :-) Thanks for pointing me to that. I will again try with
GnuTLS after getting everything up and running with OpenSSL.
Am Di., 18. Dez. 2018 um 19:44 Uhr schrieb Amos Jeffries <
squid3 at treenet.co.nz>:
> On 19/12/18 3:44 am, Martin Hoffmann wrote:
> > Thanks that would be fine.
> > However meanwhile I have recompiled squid 4.4 with OpenSSL support
> > (added --enable-ssl
> Which does not exist any longer.
> > and --with-open-ssl=xxx
> Which never existed at all.
> The ./configure option name is " --with-openssl ". Add that to the
> debian/rules file and rebuild.
> > and removed --with-gnutls
> > to debian/rules) just to end with the same problems
> Nod. That is because the options you have to enable OpenSSL do not exist.
> # see './configure --help'
> --enable-ssl-crtd Prevent Squid from directly generating TLS/SSL
> private key and certificate. Instead enables
> the certificate generator processes.
> --without-gnutls Do not use GnuTLS for SSL.
> Default: auto-detect
> --with-openssl[=PATH] Compile with the OpenSSL libraries. The path
> to the OpenSSL development libraries and
> headers installation can be specified if
> outside of the system standard directories
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