[Bug 209743] www/apache24: Cannot load /usr/local/libexec/apache24/mod_ssl.so, after upgrade from 2.4.18

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Thu May 26 18:59:46 UTC 2016


--- Comment #27 from Ron Wingfield <Ron.Wingfield at archaxis.net> ---
(In reply to Olli Hauer from comment #25)

Olli, I tried to respond to your PM; however, the mail was rejected,
complaining that my server has no PTR record in DNS.  Very odd.  This occurred
on Tuesday, too, when I was trying to eMail to a client that I regularly mail
to . . .an SBC-Global (AT&T) account.  Why this is happening, may have
something to do with AT&T's U-verse.  I've had trouble with them before.  I
think something has changed with their upstream Prodigy.net relay.  When I
first converted from their legacy ADSL commercial account to a commercial
U-verse account, they (AT&T) did not like the idea that I was operating our own
DNS server, and were refusing to forward/relay any queries below their DNS
server.  All this associated with a commercial 8-block of static IP's.  After a
lot of screaming, they relinquished, but now the problem seems to have
magically reappeared.  But this has nothing to do with the Apache problem  -- 
DNS and the mail server are running on a totally separate platform.

Back on topic, I am in the process of cleaning out the dead-wood -- *.bu's etc.
 I still insist that anything renamed as *.bu is just as isolated as anything
renamed *.foo or *.bar but I'll start cleaning.

Thanks to all!

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