mod_gnutls  0.12.1
About: mod_gnutls is an Apache module that uses the GnuTLS library to provide SSL 3.0, TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 encryption for Apache HTTPD. It is similar to mod_ssl in purpose, but does not use OpenSSL. For e.g. support for Server Name Indication (SNI), client certificates, OpenPGP certificate and Secure Remote Password (SRP) authentication.
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mod_gnutls Documentation

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mod_gnutls, Apache GnuTLS module

Mailing List:

mod_gnutls development

Lead Maintainer:

Fiona Klute

Past maintainers and other contributors:

Daniel Kahn Gillmor Paul Querna Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos Dash Shendy



tar xvjf mod_gnutls-version.tar.bz2 cd mod_gnutls-version/ autoreconf -fiv ./configure make make check make install

Configure & restart apache

While not strictly necessary, it is recommended to run "make check" before "make install". You may need to pass TEST_HOST or TEST_IP to ./configure for the tests to work correctly if you have an unusual network setup, please see test/ for details.

If Doxygen is available, you can build internal API documentation using "make doxygen-doc". The documentation will be placed in doc/api/.


Please see doc/ for more details. If pandoc is available, HTML and PDF (requires pdflatex) documentation will be built and installed as well.