[rabbitmq-discuss] SSL client error after upgrade to 2.3.1

Robin Harvey harvey.robin at gmail.com
Sun Feb 6 14:34:06 GMT 2011

Hi Matthias,

OK, I've installed the R14B01 Erlang package, and I can confirm this fixes
the SSL error outlined above.  FYI, I got the Erlang package from here:


The package author has this to say:

The Erlang packages are a direct backport of Debian testing/experimental
ones; I am not taking any responsibility for any damage to your system that
they may cause: they work for me(TM), if anyone finds them useful, then good
for them :)

>From what I can see, I *think* that Ubuntu is going to stick with the R13
Erlang version for version 11.04, so I'm not sure if this is likely to cause
issues for Ubuntu users.  There's a useful discussion of this issue here:


Some posters on that thread thought that Ubuntu 11.04 is going to use R14
because this version is already in the upstream Debian repos, however when I
looked at the Erlang package page on Launchpad it's still showing R13.
 There's a couple of months to go before 11.04 lands, so maybe they're going
to switch to R14 before making the final release?

Thanks very much for your help.

On Sat, Feb 5, 2011 at 9:47 PM, Matthias Radestock <matthias at rabbitmq.com>wrote:

> [re-cc'ing rabbitmq-discuss]
> Robin Harvey wrote:
>> My Erlang / OTP packages are all installed from APT:
>> robin at robin-desktop:~$ dpkg -l | grep erlang
>> ii  erlang-base                           1:13.b.3-dfsg-2ubuntu3
>> [...]
> So that's R13B-3, which, according to the docs, returns strings for cipher
> suites instead of triples. Clearly it doesn't or we would get a different
> error.
> Please try R14B01. There is a pretty good chance the problem won't exist
> there, judging from the docs and my quick scan of the code.
> Regards,
> Matthias.
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