[ic] Interchange and https

Mark Weaver mark at americanmicroinc.com
Sun May 16 03:45:57 EDT 2004

Peter wrote:
> Mark Weaver wrote:
>> I get this in the console:
>> [root at amermicro1 conf]# apachectl startssl
>> [Sun May 16 02:35:46 2004] [error] VirtualHost -- 
>> mixing * ports and non-* ports with a NameVirtualHost address is not 
>> supported, proceeding with undefined results
> For the answer to this see here:
> http://www.geocrawler.com/archives/3/191/2002/4/0/8520912/
> ...and yes, apparently I was wrong about it defaulting to port 80, I 
> could've sworn it worked that way.  Maybe it's a difference between 
> apache 1.3 and 2.0.
>> httpd (pid 32372) already running
> You need to stop the httpd server before starting it the above way.
>> "the connection to order.americanmicroinc.com has terminated 
>> unexpetedly. Some data may have been transfered."
> Some googling found that someone else had this same problem and solved 
> it by changing thier allowable SSL ciphers:
> http://lugwash.org/linux-users/200311/0044.html
> However your SSLCipherSuite directive is exactly the same as mine, so I 
> don't think that's the problem in your case, but it would likely be 
> related.  AFAICT the error message means that SSL negotiation could not 
> be completed between the server and the client, most likely because they 
> couldn't find a cipher that both supports.  To me this suggests that 
> your missing some or all cipher modules or libraries which is limiting 
> the ciphers that apache can use to negotiate the connection with, it 
> can't find one that the client also has and so the SSL connection fails. 
>  Try this command to see which ciphers are supported by your version of 
> openssl and make sure all the ciphers you have listed are supported:
> openssl ciphers -v
> Peter


YeHAAA! that did the trick. Thank you so MUCH for all your help and 
information. Its working now. I'm a very sleepy, but happy camper. :)


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