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0002583NetSurfAmiga-specificpublic2018-01-12 12:41
ReporterChris Young 
Assigned ToChris Young 
SeveritymajorReproducibilityalways 
StatusconfirmedResolutionopen 
PlatformAmigaOSAmigaOSOS Version3.5
Product Version3.8 
Target Version3.8Fixed in Version 
Summary0002583: SSL not working in OS3 build
DescriptionSSL is not working in OS3 build since OpenSSL upgrade.
TagsNo tags attached.
Fixed in CI build #
Reported in CI build #4250
URL of problem pagehttps://www.howsmyssl.com
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Chris Young

~0001694

Chris Young (developer)

curl command-line is not working:

curl: (35) error:14195006:SSL routines:tls_construct_cke_ecdhe:EVP lib
Chris Young

~0001699

Chris Young (developer)

As far as I can tell, this error is being thrown up because evp_pkey_asn1_ctrl() returns <0.
This suggests the problem lies somewhere in the ASN1 code, but I have no idea what I'm looking for.
Chris Young

~0001703

Chris Young (developer)

Suspect the answer to this might be to upgrade the version of GCC we are using in the toolchain. There is a patched GCC6 here: https://github.com/bebbo/gcc
At the moment, I'm unable to even rebuild the ppc-amigaos toolchain (GCC 5 or 6) due to conflicting autotools dependencies, and m68k-amigaos is stuck on an even older version of binutils, so I'm not going to attempt switching to GCC6 until I at least get it building for ppc-amigaos.
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-Issue History
Date Modified Username Field Change
2017-12-10 17:14 Chris Young New Issue
2017-12-10 17:14 Chris Young Status new => assigned
2017-12-10 17:14 Chris Young Assigned To => Chris Young
2017-12-10 17:16 Chris Young Status assigned => confirmed
2017-12-10 17:16 Chris Young Note Added: 0001694
2017-12-10 17:16 Chris Young Relationship added related to 0002582
2017-12-10 23:24 Chris Young Relationship deleted related to 0002582
2017-12-11 22:31 Chris Young Note Added: 0001699
2018-01-12 12:41 Chris Young Note Added: 0001703
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