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Old 01 September 2009, 10:32   #3
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Well the error message is actually displayed up the top (I guess I forgot to make it Exit).

It says OpenSSL not found. I guess you missed it! The other thing, you need a modern WinUAE, if you're using WinUAE, with built-in TCP: device (only used during login process).

Edit: You may also have to reboot after putting OpenSSL in C: ... but I did try to make sure that that wasn't necessary. Any error message is meant to cause all active connections and files to be closed... but i'm not sure about that particular message. The use of OpenSSL is new.
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