[AG-TECH] AG2.1.2 Certificate Manager with python2.3
olson at mcs.anl.gov
Tue Jan 20 23:46:31 CST 2004
are you using openssl 0.9.7 by any chance? this sounds like an open issue
we have with pyOpenSSL and that version of the openssl libs.
On Wed, 21 Jan 2004, Christoph Willing wrote:
> On Mon, 2004-01-19 at 15:08, Ivan R. Judson wrote:
> > Are you sure the python has the bsddb module in it? I believe that's an
> > implicit requirement of the certmgmt tool.
> > -Ivan
> > >
> > > Has anyone had an AG2.1.2 installation working on Linux with
> > > python 2.3 installed?
> > >
> > > I have everything working except the Certificate Manager,
> > > which does imports/exports of certs OK. However when creating
> > > a new request, it never sends the request nor registers it in
> > > the .AccessGrid/certRepo/requests/ directory and leaves no
> > > error msgs in the log file.
> > >
> > > Installation packages were rebuilt from source code - other
> > > installations using identically built packages on hosts with
> > > python2.2 work perfectly.
> > >
> As per earlier post, bsddb exists in python2.3 but it looks like there
> has been a rewrite of some sort.
> I've now tracked this problem down to line 604 of the
> CertificateRepository.py file, which says:
> xext = crypto.X509Extension(name, critical, value)
> and creates a Segmentation fault. It looks like crypto is a class from
> OpenSSL_AG which is a wrapper around OpenSSL.
> Thats looking way beyond my comfort level. Could someone in the
> development look at it please? I'd enter it in bugzilla but it wasn't
> clear which category it should go into - ClientUI?
> Chris Willing Telephone (61-2) 9351 3914
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