[Pkg-fedora-ds-maintainers] [libapache2-mod-nss] 24/156: Clarify things a bit, change directive name to match new naming scheme.
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Author: rcritten <>
Date: Wed Jul 20 20:28:43 2005 +0000
Clarify things a bit, change directive name to match new naming scheme.
README | 16 +++++++++-------
1 file changed, 9 insertions(+), 7 deletions(-)
diff --git a/README b/README
index 2c17e17..df2904e 100644
@@ -9,15 +9,15 @@ SYNOPSIS
- To build this you'll need NSPR 4.4.1 and NSS 3.9.2. It may work with earlier
+ To build this you'll need NSPR 4.4.1 and NSS 3.9.3. It may work with earlier
versions but these are recommended (or tested). These can be retrieved from
http://www.mozilla.org/. The --with-nspr and --with-nss tags require that
the package be installed in the same parent directory (e.g. /opt/nspr,
- /usr/local/nspr, etc). It will look in this parent for include/ and lib/, etc.
+ /usr/local/nspr, etc). It will look in this parent for include/, lib/, etc.
If --with-nss or --with-nspr are not passed configure will look for the
mozilla-[nss|nspr]-devel packages and use the libraries with that if found.
- It is strongly recommended that the mozilla.org version is used instead.
+ It is strongly recommended that the mozilla.org version be used instead.
Build and install those packages somewhere then configure the module with
@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ BUILDING
This will install a sample configuration file nss.conf. You'll need to do
some hand-editing as well.
- To httpd.conf add (say right before Section 3):
+ To httpd.conf add (anywhere is fine):
@@ -42,10 +42,12 @@ CONFIGURING
certificate. This is a *BAD* idea and you shouldn't use this. It is for
example purposes only.
- When configuring a file for use with the SSLPassPhraseDialog setting
- add the following to nss.conf:
+ You can store the token passwords in a file so you aren't prompted during
+ startup (so you can do unattended starts, for example). To do this, set
+ the file that will store the token passwords in the NSSPassPhraseDialog
+ attribute in nss.conf ala:
- SSLPassPhraseDialog file:/path/to/password.conf
+ NSSPassPhraseDialog file:/path/to/password.conf
The format of the file for a non-hardware token is tokenname:password.
A sample for the internal software token is like:
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