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apache - shell command for figuring out if TLS was installed and what verison is running

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I need the proper shell commands to test to see if TLS is installed on my server and what version is installed.

Server specs:

FreeBSD VPS running Apache 2 - I think it's UNIX
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It BSD Unix, it would most probably be provided by OpenSSL.  In that case the following command would work:

Please issue this command

openssl -v

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thanks -got this:

openssl:Error '-v' is an invalid command

then it offers other command options -what does '-v' stand for?verify?
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v is for version.

Ok try this command

openssl version

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awesome - worked - i got this:

OpenSSL 0.9.8r 8 Feb 2011

since my intention is to hook up tls with postini -is this all of the info i need? is this telling me that tls is installed?
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You certainly appear to have the software you would need to configure Apache tls mechanism, etc.

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is this telling me that tls is installed?
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thanks so much for the help!
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You are most welcome.  If you run into any problem, please do let me know.
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