At 8:45 -0600 1/19/03, Paul DuBois wrote:
>At 3:26 -0500 1/19/03, Russell Levy wrote:
>>I'm trying to get SSL to work on a windows XP client/server, and
>>here's my problem:
>>I am able to compile properly, and the HAVE_OPENSSL variable is
>>'YES'. However, after I add a user that "REQUIRES" SSL, i can't
>>connect through the mysql client. I start mysqld using the option
>>--ssl, and I use the same option to start the mysql client, but it
>>doesn't seem to work. When I try to connect with a normal user
>>using the C API with the CLIENT_SSL option, I get the error, "SSL
>>connection error". It works when the CLIENT_SSL option is not set.
>>I also tried to use certificates, and when I started up mysqld it
>>asked me for the password, but I still was not able to connect
>>using any client with SSL turned on.
>>Any suggestions? Is this a Windows problem?
>Yep. SSL connections are not supported on WIndows, only Unix.
I should clarify this a bit. I meant that SSL connections are not
supported *by MySQL* on Windows. Other Windows software may indeed
support SSL, but MySQL doesn't, yet.