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Author cstratak
Recipients christian.heimes, cstratak
Date 2018-10-22.14:30:27
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There is an Python test that checks the minimum TLS version - test_min_max_version (test.test_ssl.ContextTests).

Fedora 29+ sets TLSv1 as explicit minimum version. Python's test suite assumes that the minimum protocol version is set to a magic marker.

FAIL: test_min_max_version (test.test_ssl.ContextTests)
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/builddir/build/BUILD/Python-3.7.0/Lib/test/", line 1084, in test_min_max_version
    ctx.minimum_version, ssl.TLSVersion.MINIMUM_SUPPORTED
AssertionError: <TLSVersion.TLSv1: 769> != <TLSVersion.MINIMUM_SUPPORTED: -2>

We currently workaround the problem by setting:

    export OPENSSL_CONF=/non-existing-file
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