cvs commit: src/crypto/openssl/crypto/engine eng_cryptodev.c
sam at errno.com
Sun Jan 13 11:01:47 PST 2008
Simon L. Nielsen wrote:
> On 2008.01.13 11:44:47 +0000, Simon L. Nielsen wrote:
>> simon 2008-01-13 11:44:47 UTC
>> FreeBSD src repository
>> Modified files:
>> crypto/openssl/crypto/engine eng_cryptodev.c
>> Unbreak detection of cryptodev support for FreeBSD which was broken
>> with OpenSSL 0.9.8 import.
>> Note that this does not enable cryptodev by default, as it was the
>> case with OpenSSL 0.9.7 in FreeBSD base, but this change makes it
>> possible to enable cryptodev at all.
> With this change it is possible to enable cryptodev by default for
> openssl(1) with lines like below in etc/ssl/openssl.cnf.
> Unfortunately openssh does not call the functions to read the config
> file so it's not possible to enable cryptodev in openssh in a similar
> fashion. I have yet figure out how to do support cryptodev by default
> Oh, and I just remembered that I forgot to thank Mike Tancsa / Sentex
> for providing hardware used for testing this. So... thanks! :-)
> engines = engine_section
> cryptodev = cryptodev_section
> [ cryptodev_section ]
> engine_id = cryptodev
> default_algorithms = ALL
> (Note that the above was copied from a config file I haven't touched
> in month so I'm 100% the exact section above is enough, but it's
I gave you a patch to make cryptodev the default (if present) w/o
modifying openssl.cnf. That is how things used to work in freebsd and
how things work on systems like openbsd. Was there a problem w/ it?
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