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Asimba's first release

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Today, Cozmanova is announcing the release of Asimba SSO Server version 1.0! The fork from OpenASelect is now complete with the publication of the sources in a public repository and a binary release that can easily be evaluated by everybody who is looking for a Serious Open Source SSO server application.

Compile OpenSSL as 32bit shared library on Solaris

With version 10, Solaris provides a solid platform for Open Source applications, by providing a load of precompiled and preinstalled tools and libraries in /usr/sfw ; still, sometimes you want to use your own compiled version. For example, I think everybody should use their own compiled OpenSSL instead of pre-fabricated binaries. But trying to compile OpenSSL can sometimes make you go mad...

RP Discovery using Drupal

Drupal supports OpenID as a means for users to logon. This support is implemented in an optional OpenID module that the administrator of a Drupal site can check to install. While the OpenID protocol seems pretty simple, there are quite some functions to offer to actually support OpenID in every way that should be possible. One of these often features that can quite easily be overlooked, is RP Discovery. Most people find out about RP Discovery when trying to use OpenID with Yahoo, because of Yahoo mentions that a website is untrusted when it could not verify the RP.

curl: (60) SSL certificate problem, verify that the CA cert is OK.

When using curl (or libcurl) to retrieve a document from an https-source, the following error occurs:

# curl https://some.url.com/
curl: (60) SSL certificate problem, verify that the CA cert is OK. Details:
error:14090086:SSL routines:SSL3_GET_SERVER_CERTIFICATE:certificate verify failed

The error is shown because the CA-certificate cannot be found in the local CA-certiciate store that curl uses.

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