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Ive got a small web server running CGI:proxy, and i was trying to figure out how to compile and setup the modules necessary to allow it to connect to SSL sites. I have net::SSLeay compiled, but im not sure if i have the right files everywhere or anything. If you can give any help, please tell me. Thanks.
 

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I'll assume that you're running Windows and ActiveState ActivePerl. Type the following at a command prompt:

ppm install http://theoryx5.uwinnipeg.ca/ppms/Crypt-SSLeay.ppd


If that still doesn't work, then it's possible that you have non-compatable versions of the SSLeay shared libraries in your path (commonly known as DLL Hell). Doing "perl -MCrypt::SSLeay" at the command prompt will produce nothing if it's working, or error output if it's not.
 

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nope didnt work, i get
syntax error at - line 0, near "use Crypt:"
Execution of - aborted due to compilation errors.

I wonder if i screwed something up with openSSL..

ok, fixed. when you do the ppm install command, you should let it do the defaults. I was downloading the dll files for it.
 
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