[rsyslog] openssl vs rsyslog
rgerhards at hq.adiscon.com
Mon Mar 31 20:14:01 CEST 2008
Oh, excellent feedback. And I thought that openssl is the workhorse of os tls - wrong preception obviously ;)
Can you point me to the problem description? What would i need to exempt?
Is any of the alternates suitable for production use, especially in a highly threaded environment? GNU, from the name, sounds appealing...
Any advise is deeply appreciated.
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Betreff: [rsyslog] openssl vs rsyslog
I noticed that you added an openssl configure check. That probably
means, that you plan to add native SSL support via openssl. Please
note that OpenSSL and the GPL are incompatible , such packages are
usually rejected from Debian. You have two options:
- Either add a special exemption for OpenSSL
- Use another SSL implementation like GnuTLS  or NSS 
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