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SPipe for Apache 2.0

New SPipe version for Apache 2.0 available.
Now SPipe is a filter for this webserver.
The source code is available in CVS repository and you may download the .so file compiled for Linux.

Posted by Rubén Cisneros 2005-04-09

Version 1.0 of SPipe patch released

This new version allows to redirect diferent protocols in the same port of Apache configuration.
You only have to change your configuration and put the first bytes of the protocol and the url to redirect it:
SSLSPipeProtocolUrl <bytes> <host>:<port>

You can choose an URL by default with:
SSLSPipeUrlDefault <host>:<port>

Posted by Rubén Cisneros 2005-04-06

SPipe for Apache 1.3.* and mod_ssl 2.8.*

A problem with the patch has been solved. Now, SPipe runs with Apache version 1.3.31and mod_ssl 2.8.17, but also continues running with older versions of Apache and mod_ssl.

New SPipe patch is now available at SPipe home page: patch_SPipe_0.1.4.gz

Posted by Rubén Cisneros 2004-11-09

Another bug resolved

In version 0.1.3 of SPipe patch another bug have been resolved. This is the most consistent version of SPipe patch.

Posted by Rubén Cisneros 2004-08-30

Multi-platform SPipe

SPipe has been tested under Windows XP with Apache 1.3.29 and mod_ssl 2.8.16, and it works correctly!!!
A new patch version has been released with support for UNIX and WIN32.

Posted by Rubén Cisneros 2004-08-25

Bug resolved

A bug discovered while using VNC with SPipe have been resolved.
Now you can use VNC with SSL, using two SPipe webservers. See documentation about it in SPipe page.

Posted by Rubén Cisneros 2004-06-01

First release version

The first release version (v0.99) has been uploaded.

Posted by Rubén Cisneros 2004-05-06

SPipe page created

SPipe web page is already active. You can download the patch and a README file from it.

When we made changes, a new notice message will be submitted.

Posted by Rubén Cisneros 2004-05-05

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