GNUTLS handshake errors and memory leaks (ECDHE related?)

Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos nmav at
Tue Jan 10 15:14:58 CET 2012

On Tue, Jan 10, 2012 at 3:03 PM, Yaroslav <yarosla at> wrote:

>> btw. from the logs I see that the version of libtasn1 you have doesn't
>> compile well with
>> the gcc you have. You can use the included libtasn1 to avoid the
>> valgrind warnings.
> libtasn1 is installed in my Ubuntu and there seems to be quite a lot of
> software that depends on it. Is there a way to configure gnutls to use
> included libtasn1 when I already have libtasn1 on my system?

Use --with-included-libtasn1 when configuring gnutls. That way it will
ignore the installed version.

> Not sure about this. I have Intel Q6700 processor. The spec
> (
> says: "AES New Instructions: No".

It doesn't seem to have them. You can always check in realtime with
"cat /proc/cpuinfo". If aes is in your flags.


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