On Wednesday 19 February 2003 08:12, Tim McDaniels wrote:
> I am using curl 7.10.3 (ALPHA-COMPAQ-VMS) libcurl/7.10.3 OpenSSL/0.9.7.
> When I execute the following command:
> curl --sslv2 --verbose ftps://10.10.1.8:3021/ --user xxxx
> * About to connect() to 10.10.1.8:3021
> * Connected to 10.10.1.8 (10.10.1.8) port 3021
> * libcurl is now using a weak random seed!
We have no /dev/random to get strong random numbers on vms...
> I get the results shown and the program hangs. Note that I get the
> same result with and without a certificate. Note that I can access
> the above server without ssl if I change a server parameter. The ftp
> server I am testing with is WS-FTP Server v3.14, it supports ftps over
> SSL (I recognize the ftps is not a standard).
I have no idea, I only have a webserver and normal FTP to test with
and no ftps server.
also ldap and all the other have not been tested.
telnet will not work as it uses select on the stdin to wait for input.
(maybe a future version ov de DECC$RTL wil solve this.)
Or we need to build some ast functional lookalike.
> Is curl's ftps imcompatible with WS-FTP Server using SSL and others
> (IBM Global Exchange Services)?
> Is it compliant with draft-murray-auth-ssl-10?
> Please help.
The VMS port definitely needs more work but I have a limited amount of
resources available. The more people that get involved the better I think.
I just started to get it compiling etc. And now it is a quite clean compile.
I do check it against our WASD webserver but otherwise I have no means of
The test environment delivered with curl will not run on VMS as it depends on
fork()/exec() and probably needs a lot of work. It also requires a port of
some other tools like stunnel.
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Received on 2003-02-19