I have the same identical problem with Debian Etch 4 and Apache/
2.2.3 (the debian package).
As I wrote in my last mail, it helps to disable the client
certificate support. The easiest way to do this is to just change
APACHE_SECURITY_ENABLED on line 307 to APACHE_SECURITY_ENABLED-
DISABLE (or anything else so it won't evaluate to true). The relevant
file is mod_WebObjects.c in the Apache2.2 directory.
Anyone could help us?
I already posted an earlier mail to the Wonder list regarding this,
so sorry if you get this twice.
I used the latest Wonder source and patched along til I finally was
able to build an adaptor for Apache 2.2 (2.2.4_2). The FreeBSD is a
generic amd64 6.2-RELEASE-p4. I compiled apache22 with
The adaptor worked fine for HTTP, but once HTTPS comes into play it
fails. My search for hints led me to Quinton's excellent ports -
which of course would have saved me hours if I found them before...
Alas, rebuilding with his ports results in a adaptor that exhibits
the same problem as my handmade version.
Any access via SSL is resulting in "No instance available". The
WebObjects.log output for a request via SSL looks like this:
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