LDAP over SSL does not work with Ubuntu Prolonged Pain
t.glaser at tarent.de
Fri May 11 13:14:27 CEST 2012
On Thu, 10 May 2012, Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos wrote:
> What do you mean by the usual debugging output?
These lines from the gnutls output on Debian:
- Certificate info:
> > root at foo-test:~ # gnutls-cli -V -d 4711 -p 636 --x509cafile
> /etc/ssl/certs/ca-c* dc.lan.tarent.de
> The option `x509cafile' accepts a single file. If you use the * to
> import more than one files it shouldn't work.
No, that’s one file, I just shortened it with a ‘*’ to get the
command on a single line.
> So if I understand your issue is that gnutls 3.0.11 doesn't work
> for you in ubuntu
Or rather, whatever version they ship and link OpenLDAP (and
gnutls-cli) with. From the dpkg output, this looks like 2.12.14
to me (but then, with older versions, we never had trouble like
> but gnutls 3.0.19 works for you in a debian
> system? I don't know what to suggest. Do these releases work for
> you if you install them from our released tarballs?
Urgh. I don’t know when I can answer that question.
I will try to fit that experimentation in somewhen
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