Hi Sean,

It sounds like SSL support isn't compiled into your copy of tn5250.

In your tn5250 directory, type:
% make distclean
% ./configure --with-ssl

Does it say "checking for SSL_library_init in -lssl... yes"?
If not, it can't find OpenSSL.


On Fri, 28 Sep 2001, Sean Porterfield wrote:

> I finally had a chance to update from CVS and try SSL.  I've probably done
> something stupid, but I can't get it to work.
>
> $ tn5250 +ssl_verify_server ssl_ca_file=./ca.arm ssl:as400
> Could not start session: No such file or directory
>
> I tried it without the ssl_ca_file and without the verify and got the same
> error.  Any idea what it means?  What file is it trying to open?  (Gee,
> guess I should have done a trace now that I think of it...)
>
> In ssl:as400, as400 was the real Internet address when I tried it (I just
> changed it for the purpose of this message.)  I tried with name and IP
> address to no avail.
>



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