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Modified stunnel used in XCP
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CP-5237: Make compile with CentOS 6.4

Fix small bug in configure script.
Reinstall libtool files as old version does not work correctly with
new CentOS.
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auto Initial import of stunnel-4.15
doc Change the default log facility from LOG_DAEMON to LOG_AUTHPRIV.
src import patch validate-name.patch
tools import stunnel-4.15-nogroup.patch
AUTHORS Initial import of stunnel-4.15
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COPYING Initial import of stunnel-4.15
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ChangeLog Initial import of stunnel-4.15
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INSTALL.WCE Initial import of stunnel-4.15
Makefile.am Initial import of stunnel-4.15
Makefile.in Initial import of stunnel-4.15
Makefile.xcp More fixes to world's simplest makefile.
Makefile.xs Update to new macro name after discussion with Peter
NEWS Initial import of stunnel-4.15
PORTS Initial import of stunnel-4.15
README Initial import of stunnel-4.15
TODO Initial import of stunnel-4.15
aclocal.m4 Initial import of stunnel-4.15
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configure.ac CP-5237: Make compile with CentOS 6.4
srpms-to-manifest Add Makefile.xs temporarily, to hook into the XS build system. This w…
stunnel.spec.in CP-5237: Make compile with CentOS 6.4

README

stunnel         Universal SSL tunnel

Short description

     The stunnel program is designed to work as an SSL encryption
     wrapper between remote client and local (inetd-startable) or
     remote servers. The goal is to facilitate SSL encryption and
     authentication for non-SSL-aware programs.

     stunnel can be used to add  SSL  functionality  to  commonly
     used  inetd  daemons  like  POP-2,  POP-3  and  IMAP servers
     without any changes in the programs' code.

Compile instructions

     See INSTALL file.

License

     See COPYING file.

Other files you should read

     Changelog      What I did
     TODO           What I'm going to do

Reporting problems and other contacts

     See FAQ file.

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