[Pool] v6 monitoring: broken, or just me?
kenyon at kenyonralph.com
Wed Jan 11 21:38:24 UTC 2012
On 2012-01-11T13:30:43-0500, Mouse <mouse at Rodents-Montreal.ORG> wrote:
> >> [...], but I neither have nor want HTTPS support, and [...] is not
> >> _nearly_ important enough to me to outweigh that.
> > That makes me a bit curious. Do you mind if I ask what the problem
> > is that comes with HTTPS support?
> No, I don't mind at all. Go ahead and ask.
> > What environment not supporting HTTPS do you use?
> The base OS is NetBSD, but that's mostly irrelevant. I don't Web much;
> I find it difficult and unpleasant to use the Web (causality probably
> goes both ways between that and not doing it much). When I do have
> something that overrides my distaste for the Web, I use lynx. The lynx
> I use does have hooks for https: support, and on at least two occasions
> I've looked at building it in. In each case, I've gotten about four
> levels deep in yak shaving before discovering it needs something
> insanely heavyweight for the end goal (perl, maybe? I forget) and
> scrapping the project.
Why don't you just use NetBSD's package management system? Looks to me
like that will build-in TLS support by default.
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