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Registered PHP Streams (fshockopen error while opening a https stream) urgent help needed

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Hello All

I am running PHP5.0.2 over apache 1.3.29 and openssl-0.9.7d on a Debian
Linux and with a fake (internal)ip.
Php Configure command './configure' '--with-apxs=/www/bin/apxs'
'--enable-trans-sid' '--disable-libxml'
Registered PHP Streams : php, file, http, ftp
Registered Stream Socket Transports : tcp, udp, unix, udg
allow_url_fopen : On On

Now when i try to open a https url via it gives me this error

[Wed Jun 15 19:03:36 2005] [error] PHP Warning: fsockopen() [<a
href='function.fsockopen'>function.fsockopen</a>]: unable to connect to
ssl:// (Unable to find the socket transport
&quot;ssl&quot; - did you forget to enable it when you configured PHP?)
in /www/htdocs/testcon.php on line 2

I am trying to fix this from last few days but not successful can some
please help me its very urgent.
Do I need to register ssl and https as registered php streams? and if
so how do i register them.

Dhaval Choksi

Jul 17 '05 #1
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You need to compile in OpenSSL support to PHP -- if it is compiled in
properly then you will see ssl as a registered stream socket transport
and https as a registered PHP stream.

Change the --with-openssl-dir to --with-openssl in your ./configure
command and recompile.

Jul 17 '05 #2

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Hi Jasper,

Thanks for the reply.

I have got php configured with --with-openssl and working. Now I can
see SSL and HTTPS in the php info page. But now if i try and run the
script it gives me a connection refused(111) error. but the same url is
accessiable via the web browser. Any clue why this happens


Jul 17 '05 #3

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