[TriLUG] OT: Squirrelmail+IMAP/TLS+FreeBSD+PHP4/5
bnewport at appws.com
Thu Sep 16 12:52:45 EDT 2004
PHP4 is now broken into two sections the lang/php4 and lang/php4-addons or
something to that affect. Sorry I cannot remember exactly as I am not in
front of my FreeBSD system. I ran into some similar issues at first becuase
mysql support is not in the base php4.
Hopefully that will help.
Flatfender (flatfender at gmail.com) wrote:
> Ok, here is the problem I am having. In July PHP4 in FreeBSD changed
> the way it is installed/configured. Certain components which used to
> be statically compiled in are now loaded as modules. The most
> important of which is openssl. What I used to be able to due and would
> like to do again was to specify for Squirrelmail to use IMAP with TLS
> to the localhost. But by the nature of the way Squirrelmail makes
> that call OpenSSL needs to be statically compiled into PHP not as a
> loadable module like it is now. Anyone of any suggestions?
> Here are the software particulars:
> FreeBSD 5.3 Beta3
> OpenSSL 0.9.7d - Base OpenSSL
> Squirrelmail 1.4.3a - from ports
> UW-IMAP-2004a,1 - from ports
> PHP4.3.8 - from ports - Also tried PHP5
> Now I know I could configure UW-IMAP to allow plain text logins and
> then set Squirrelmail to connect to localhost:143, but I would still
> like to use TLS.
> To help get upto speed, I have tried the suggestions in the following
> threads without sucess. The only thing I could find on the SM-users
> list was a sugestion not to use TLS.
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