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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] [Asio - SSL] Public and Private Keys
From: Mario Chacon (the.masch_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-11-13 15:34:08

Thank you for answer me, but I found the problem. My problem it was that I
use Linux as server and Windows VirtualBox machine, If i use Windows in a
physical machine work fine. I think there is a problem with NAT network, but
I do not sure.
Now I have another problem, maybe you can help:

How can I generate a server password for several machine?..I am not familiar
with OpenSSL server...
Can you give me a clue?

Thank you...

On Thu, Nov 13, 2008 at 6:19 PM, Oliver Seiler <oseiler_at_[hidden]> wrote:

> On Thu, Nov 13, 2008 at 10:31 AM, Mario Chacon <the.masch_at_[hidden]>
> wrote:
> > Hello, I am me again, sorry to bother you but I cannot get it work. Can
> you
> > help me please??
> I'll bite -- where specifically is it failing for you? Key-generation
> via OpenSSL? Or using the generated keys from within boost?
> Note that I don't have direct experience with the asio library in
> boost yet, but I have a reasonable working experience with OpenSSL and
> OpenSSH.
> Reading through the page, the only place that I can see a problem is
> creating a symlink to the public key. Running "openssl x509 -hash
> -fingerprint -noout -in client-public.pem" will print out something
> like this:
> 87ce5d98
> SHA1
> Fingerprint=99:37:E4:29:FE:C4:18:FF:B0:67:1C:63:85:59:13:1A:87:C6:C7:F7
> That first line is that has, so you need to replace "hash" in the
> instructions with whatever that value is, I think:
> ln -s client-public.pem 87ce5d98.0
> (rather than "ln -s client-public.pem hash.0", which won't give the
> expected results).
> Or maybe you were already doing this, and are having problems with boost?
> Cheers
> Oliver
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