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Mon Feb 18 15:35:47 CET 2019
Le 18/02/2019 à 15:05, Michael Van Canneyt via lazarus a écrit :
> On Mon, 18 Feb 2019, AFOR via lazarus wrote:
>> Le 18/02/2019 Ã 14:43, Michael Van Canneyt via lazarus a Ã©critÂ :
>>> On Mon, 18 Feb 2019, AFOR via lazarus wrote:
>>>> Hi Michael.
>>>> Sorry using this method, answering via the group doesn't work actually.
>>>> Definitely yes. The same application ran without problems on my
>>>> laptop, where now the applications fails. The only change done on
>>>> both machines is a Windows update. Neither SSL nor other components
>>>> did change. More curious, in my development machine (VM using
>>>> VirtualBox in a Linux box using Windows 10 as well and up to date)
>>>> continues to run (and compile) the application without problems. I'm
>>>> looking on what possible difference exists between my development
>>>> machine and the two others.
>>>> One difference though: in my development machine, OpenSSl (light
>>>> version 1.02e x86) has been installed, no SSL libs in the two others.
>>> The application cannot run without SSL libs if you use https, so
>>> there must be openssl libraries somewhere on the production machines ?
>>> If the update installed openssl 1.1 libraries, that could be the cause.
>> So you mean that installing OpenSSL 1.1 could help ?
> No, the opposite: it will destroy the setup. The openssl unit does not yet
> support openssl 1.1.
Installing OpenSSL 1.1.0e (Win32OpenSSL_light-1_1_0e.exe) in the laptop
Any other hope ?
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