Re: Does SSL works at all in classpath version 0.98 ???
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Hi, i'm having similar issues when trying to run my application on https port. My environment is a litle different and more difficult to replicate, but i think that the problem is the same. I'm using JamVM 1.5.3 with GNU Classpath 0.98, running on openwrt Kamikaze 8.09 (kernel 2.6). The jetty server is Jetty 6.1.16 (as bundled version) since i'm running it on an OSGi Framework. Again as for setting up a simple http server i found no problems, but when i try to set up the https the http seems to be frozen and the https is not accessible. I belive that my configuration of the jetty server is correct, and also im using an valid gkr keystore generated with gkeytool. The problem with http is due to the https, because the server never starts on port 8443 (used netstat to see if the port are in listen state), but the http starts on 8080. The log level that i can get from the framework or the bundle containing the jetty server is almost zero, still i've tryed to make some changes in the source as you pointed, but with no success even on starting the https server. Is it possible for you to provide the source of the classes that you have changed to successfully start the server on the 8443 port? -------- fubi alk.shr wrote: alk.shr wrote: > > i am not able to run my web application on HTTPS port (secure port through > SSL) although it run fine on normal HTTP port. > > Environment used to run web application is as- > GNU Classpath ver 0.98 > JamVm ver 1.53 > Jetty 1.6.8 > Linux Debian based > IE and mozilla browser > keystore- type GKR > Crypto and SSL implementation- in GNU Classpath ver 0.98 > -- View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/Does-SSL--works-at-all-in-classpath-version-0.98-----tp24515738p24627300.html Sent from the Gnu - Classpath - General mailing list archive at Nabble.com.