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stunnel4 daemon

If my web browser does not support SSL.This means that I can't connect like this "https://xxxxx". My question is how can i make a stunnel4 daemon in client mode ? like when i connect to "http://localhost:3000" in the web browser i am navigating througth "". I need to know how to do and set the config files of stunnel4 and make the daemon.


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Mojo::Server::Daemon(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				 Mojo::Server::Daemon(3pm)

Mojo::Server::Daemon - Non-blocking I/O HTTP 1.1 and WebSocket server SYNOPSIS
use Mojo::Server::Daemon; my $daemon = Mojo::Server::Daemon->new(listen => ['http://*:8080']); $daemon->unsubscribe('request'); $daemon->on(request => sub { my ($daemon, $tx) = @_; # Request my $method = $tx->req->method; my $path = $tx->req->url->path; # Response $tx->res->code(200); $tx->res->headers->content_type('text/plain'); $tx->res->body("$method request for $path!"); # Resume transaction $tx->resume; }); $daemon->run; DESCRIPTION
Mojo::Server::Daemon is a full featured non-blocking I/O HTTP 1.1 and WebSocket server with "IPv6", "TLS" and "libev" support. Optional modules EV, IO::Socket::INET6 and IO::Socket::SSL are supported transparently and used if installed. Individual features can also be disabled with the "MOJO_NO_IPV6" and "MOJO_NO_TLS" environment variables. See Mojolicious::Guides::Cookbook for more. EVENTS
Mojo::Server::Daemon inherits all events from Mojo::Server. ATTRIBUTES
Mojo::Server::Daemon inherits all attributes from Mojo::Server and implements the following new ones. "backlog" my $backlog = $daemon->backlog; $daemon = $daemon->backlog(128); Listen backlog size, defaults to "SOMAXCONN". "group" my $group = $daemon->group; $daemon = $daemon->group('users'); Group for server process. "inactivity_timeout" my $timeout = $daemon->inactivity_timeout; $daemon = $daemon->inactivity_timeout(5); Maximum amount of time in seconds a connection can be inactive before getting closed, defaults to the value of the "MOJO_INACTIVITY_TIMEOUT" environment variable or 15. Setting the value to 0 will allow connections to be inactive indefinitely. "ioloop" my $loop = $daemon->ioloop; $daemon = $daemon->ioloop(Mojo::IOLoop->new); Loop object to use for I/O operations, defaults to the global Mojo::IOLoop singleton. "listen" my $listen = $daemon->listen; $daemon = $daemon->listen(['https://localhost:3000']); List of one or more locations to listen on, defaults to the value of the "MOJO_LISTEN" environment variable or "http://*:3000". # Listen on IPv6 interface $daemon->listen(['http://[::1]:4000']); # Listen on two ports with HTTP and HTTPS at the same time $daemon->listen([qw(http://*:3000 https://*:4000)]); # Use a custom certificate and key $daemon->listen(['https://*:3000?cert=/x/server.crt&key=/y/server.key']); # Or even a custom certificate authority $daemon->listen( ['https://*:3000?cert=/x/server.crt&key=/y/server.key&ca=/z/ca.crt']); These parameters are currently available: "ca" Path to TLS certificate authority file. "cert" Path to the TLS cert file, defaults to a built-in test certificate. "key" Path to the TLS key file, defaults to a built-in test key. "max_clients" my $max_clients = $daemon->max_clients; $daemon = $daemon->max_clients(1000); Maximum number of parallel client connections, defaults to 1000. "max_requests" my $max_requests = $daemon->max_requests; $daemon = $daemon->max_requests(100); Maximum number of keep alive requests per connection, defaults to 25. "silent" my $silent = $daemon->silent; $daemon = $daemon->silent(1); Disable console messages. "user" my $user = $daemon->user; $daemon = $daemon->user('web'); User for the server process. METHODS
Mojo::Server::Daemon inherits all methods from Mojo::Server and implements the following new ones. "run" $daemon->run; Run server. "setuidgid" $daemon = $daemon->setuidgid; Set user and group for process. "start" $daemon->start; Start accepting connections. DEBUGGING
You can set the "MOJO_DAEMON_DEBUG" environment variable to get some advanced diagnostics information printed to "STDERR". MOJO_DAEMON_DEBUG=1 SEE ALSO
Mojolicious, Mojolicious::Guides, <>. perl v5.14.2 2012-09-05 Mojo::Server::Daemon(3pm)

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