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OpenSSL is a robust, commercial-grade implementation of SSL tools, and related general purpose library based upon SSLeay, developed by Eric A. Young and Tim J. OpenSSL is available as an Open Source equivalent to commercial implementations of SSL via an Apache-style license. List all projects. Project Description Owner Last Change; archaic-openssl.git: Ancient OpenSSL branches. By pulling updates from a repository before committing, it verifies your local repository and the remote repository are the same and prevents merge conflicts. To get all changes without merging, run the git fetch command to grab all of the latest updates from the remote repository without merging changes. How to deal with a Git merge conflict.

  1. Openssl Github Repository
  2. Openssl Repository Redhat
  3. Openssl Repository Ubuntu 16.04
  4. Openssl Yum Repository
  5. Openssl Repository Opensuse
  6. Clamav Repository
  7. Openssl Repository Ubuntu

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This wiki is intended as a place for collecting, organizing, and refining useful information about OpenSSL that is currently strewn among multiple locations and formats.

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  • API, Libcrypto API, Libssl API
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nginx: Linux packages

Supported distributions and versions
Installation instructions
RHEL/CentOS
Debian
Ubuntu
SLES
Alpine
Source Packages
Dynamic Modules
Signatures
Openssl

Supported distributions and versions

nginx packages are available for the following Linux distributions andversions:

VersionSupported Platforms
7.4+x86_64, ppc64le, aarch64/arm64
8.xx86_64, aarch64/arm64
VersionSupported Platforms
10.x “buster”x86_64, i386, aarch64/arm64
VersionSupported Platforms
16.04 “xenial”x86_64, i386, ppc64el, aarch64/arm64
18.04 “bionic”x86_64, aarch64/arm64
20.04 “focal”x86_64, aarch64/arm64
20.10 “groovy”x86_64, aarch64/arm64
VersionSupported Platforms
12 SP5+x86_64
15 SP2+x86_64
VersionSupported platforms
3.10x86_64
3.11x86_64
3.12x86_64, aarch64/arm64
3.13x86_64, aarch64/arm64

Installation instructions

Before you install nginx for the first time on a new machine, you need toset up the nginx packages repository.Afterward, you can install and update nginx from the repository.

RHEL/CentOS

Install the prerequisites:

Openssl Github Repository

To set up the yum repository, create the file named/etc/yum.repos.d/nginx.repowith the following contents:

By default, the repository for stable nginx packages is used.If you would like to use mainline nginx packages, run the following command:

To install nginx, run the following command:

When prompted to accept the GPG key, verify that the fingerprint matches573B FD6B 3D8F BC64 1079 A6AB ABF5 BD82 7BD9 BF62,and if so, accept it.

Debian

Install the prerequisites:

To set up the apt repository for stable nginx packages,run the following command:

If you would like to use mainline nginx packages,run the following command instead:

Set up repository pinning to prefer our packages overdistribution-provided ones:

Next, import an official nginx signing key so apt could verify the packagesauthenticity.Fetch the key:

Verify that the downloaded file contains the proper key:

Openssl Repository

The output should contain the full fingerprint573BFD6B3D8FBC641079A6ABABF5BD827BD9BF62as follows:

Finally, move the key to apt trusted key storage (note the 'asc' file extension change):

To install nginx, run the following commands:

Ubuntu

Install the prerequisites:

To set up the apt repository for stable nginx packages,run the following command:

If you would like to use mainline nginx packages,run the following command instead:

Set up repository pinning to prefer our packages overdistribution-provided ones:

Next, import an official nginx signing key so apt could verify the packagesauthenticity.Fetch the key:

Verify that the downloaded file contains the proper key:

Note: on Ubuntu 16.04, use the following command instead:

The output should contain the full fingerprint573BFD6B3D8FBC641079A6ABABF5BD827BD9BF62as follows:

Finally, move the key to apt trusted key storage (note the 'asc' file extension change):

To install nginx, run the following commands:

SLES

Install the prerequisites:

Openssl Repository Redhat

To set up the zypper repository for stable nginx packages,run the following command:

If you would like to use mainline nginx packages,run the following command instead:

Openssl Repository Ubuntu 16.04

Next, import an official nginx signing key so zypper/rpm could verifythe packages authenticity.Fetch the key:

Verify that the downloaded file contains the proper key:

The output should contain the full fingerprint573B FD6B 3D8F BC64 1079 A6AB ABF5 BD82 7BD9 BF62as follows:

Openssl Yum Repository

Finally, import the key to the rpm database:

To install nginx, run the following command:

Alpine

Install the prerequisites:

To set up the apk repository for stable nginx packages,run the following command:

If you would like to use mainline nginx packages,run the following command instead:

Next, import an official nginx signing key so apk could verifythe packages authenticity.Fetch the key:

Verify that downloaded file contains the proper key:

The output should contain the following modulus:

Finally, move the key to apk trusted keys storage:

To install nginx, run the following command:

The @nginx tag should also be specified when installingpackages with dynamic modules:

Source Packages

Packaging sources can be found in thepackaging sources repository.

The default branch holds packaging sources for the currentmainline version, while stable-* branches contain latestsources for stable releases.To build binary packages, run make indebian/ directory on Debian/Ubuntu, or inrpm/SPECS/ on RHEL/CentOS/SLES, or inalpine/ on Alpine.

Packaging sources are distributed under the same2-clause BSD-like license used by nginx.

Dynamic Modules

Openssl Repository Opensuse

Main nginx package is built with all modules that do not require additionallibraries to avoid extra dependencies.Since version 1.9.11, nginx supportsdynamic modulesand the following modules are built as dynamic and shipped as separatepackages:

Clamav Repository

Signatures

Openssl Repository Ubuntu

Since our PGP keysand packages are located on the same server,they are equally trusted.It is highly advised to additionally verifythe authenticity of the downloaded PGP key.PGP has the “Web of Trust” concept,when a key is signed by someone else’s key,that in turn is signed by another key and so on.It often makes possible to build a chain from an arbitrary keyto someone’s key who you know and trust personally,thus verify the authenticity of the first key in a chain.This concept is described in details inGPG Mini Howto.Our keys have enough signatures,and their authenticity is relatively easy to check.