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I'm wanting SNI on my CentOS 5.5 dev server and since it looks like I'm out of luck with the current repo versions of openssl and apache, before I go compiling custom RPMs I thought I'd see if I could get it working with gnutls.

Anyone know how to do this? According to yum, gnutls is already installed but I don't see it in my apache modules directory.

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closed as too localized by Chris S Mar 23 '13 at 1:44

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OK, so I found out that you need the mod_gnutls package from the CentOS testing repo and added that but after I've configured things it seems like Apache is just using the first defined SSL virtual host. Similar to what happens if I just use mod_ssl. – ahanson Nov 5 '10 at 21:53
It's looking like this might be a 64bit bug. The configuration seems to work on both 5.4 32bit and 5.5 32bit, but not 5.5 64bit. – ahanson Nov 9 '10 at 16:52
Sorry, closing this as Too Localized now as Apache+OpenSSL has SNI support. – Chris S Mar 23 '13 at 1:44

if you installed the gnutls then it isn't the version for apache. you will need to compile the version from source. see

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