Tried that, no luck.  I didn't see anything about SSL in the output of
configure.  Where would it be looking to not find OpenSSL?  I did a `grep -i
ssl` from /usr/local/src/tn5250 and it only found config.status.  Shouldn't
ssl be in some file?

I decided to just checkout a whole new tn5250 instead of using update (I'll
never learn I guess; I always have trouble with update.)  ./configure this
time lists SSL.

What do ya know, it works!  I'm at work now using putty ssh to get back to
my home machine to run tn5250, so I don't know if my strange display is
because of that...  I'll try it from home tonight to see how it looks.

Thanks Scott!

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Scott Klement
>Sent: Friday, September 28, 2001 11:47 AM
>To: linux5250
>Subject: Re: [LINUX5250] SSL trouble
>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
>> 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

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