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Can't access ssl (software support library) on 5.0.7 - SCO

I can't access ssl from either the server via Mozilla, or a network Windows box via IE6. http://myserver:457/sslhtdocs/ssl.html worked on 5.0.6, but gives "The page cannot be displayed" from IE6 and a error dialog box listing "The connection was refused when attempting to contact myserver:457" from Mozilla on the SCO box. Apache seems to run correctly on my 5.0.7 system after increasing semaphores following installation of the various patches to 5.0.7. ssl is shown as installed in software manager, and the commands ssl start or ssl enable seem to complete; the cd does mount, and can be browsed with the ...

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    Default Can't access ssl (software support library) on 5.0.7

    I can't access ssl from either the server via Mozilla, or a network Windows
    box via IE6.

    http://myserver:457/sslhtdocs/ssl.html worked on 5.0.6, but gives "The page
    cannot be displayed" from IE6 and a error dialog box listing "The connection
    was refused when attempting to contact myserver:457" from Mozilla on the SCO
    box.

    Apache seems to run correctly on my 5.0.7 system after increasing semaphores
    following installation of the various patches to 5.0.7.

    ssl is shown as installed in software manager, and the commands ssl start or
    ssl enable seem to complete; the cd does mount, and can be browsed with the
    file manager from the mount point.

    The command apache startssl returns "apache is already running".

    Thanks,

    David P. Lurie


    David Guest

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    Default Re: Can't access ssl (software support library) on 5.0.7

    David P. Lurie typed (on Sun, Sep 28, 2003 at 05:30:28PM +0000):
    | I can't access ssl from either the server via Mozilla, or a network Windows
    | box via IE6.
    |
    | http://myserver:457/sslhtdocs/ssl.html worked on 5.0.6, but gives "The page
    | cannot be displayed" from IE6 and a error dialog box listing "The connection
    | was refused when attempting to contact myserver:457" from Mozilla on the SCO
    | box.
    |
    | Apache seems to run correctly on my 5.0.7 system after increasing semaphores
    | following installation of the various patches to 5.0.7.
    |
    | ssl is shown as installed in software manager, and the commands ssl start or
    | ssl enable seem to complete; the cd does mount, and can be browsed with the
    | file manager from the mount point.
    |
    | The command apache startssl returns "apache is already running".

    Apache on 5.0.7 does not listen to the scohelp port by default.

    See if adding "Listen 457" to apache's config file makes any difference.

    --
    JP
    Jean-Pierre Guest

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    Default Re: Can't access ssl (software support library) on 5.0.7


    "Jean-Pierre Radley" <com> wrote in message
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    Listen 457 doesn't help. DocView seems to load a second instance of apache
    that only serves the indexed help files, with a separate startup file in
    rc2.d (S95docview). I believe that a similar approach is needed for ssl, but
    am not sure how to proceed.

    dpl


    David Guest

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