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haproxy 1.5 v17 handles ssl certificates. from my use so far it's pretty stable.

is anyone maintaining a .deb for 1.7? I am uniquely unqualified to do so.

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Probably a better question to ask the Debian devs directly. – EEAA Feb 1 '13 at 2:12
Seems pretty early for 1.7, given that 1.5 is the dev release. The latest I see in the official Debian repos is 1.4. Where are you finding this 1.7? If you have the source, and it isn't vastly different from the current release, you can often just reuse the current packaging meta-data with a newer version of the source. – Zoredache Feb 1 '13 at 2:31
@Zoredache - mean 17, not 1.7 - sorry. 17 has ssl support – cc young Feb 1 '13 at 7:23

I think you mean 1.5, which is the development branch that includes SSL support. supposedly has it, but your mileage may vary - keep in mind, deb packages are installed as root, so you should only install them from sources that you trust fully and explicitly.

You may also be able to use Checkinstall to build it yourself in a simpler fashion.

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thanks! will track down each of these and post back. – cc young Feb 1 '13 at 7:24

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