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It seems google can't show me any page where those three words stand together (apache2, http2, gnutls), so no big hope anyway.

I have a working HTTPS apache2 server on Debian Stretch, with a let's encrypt certificate.

The configuration is functional with ssl and http2 enabled, and I get the server to offer HTTP2 over HTTPS. ✅

However, when I disable ssl and enable gnutls — together it won't work —, I only get HTTPS and HTTP/1.1.

Can anyone tell for sure "it should [not] work because…"?

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First hit when searching for "mod_http2" "gnutls" is the Changelog from mod_gnutls where it clearly states:

** Version 0.8.4 (2018-04-13)
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- Support TLS for HTTP/2 connections with mod_http2

According to this Debian Stretch comes with mod_gnutls in version 0.8.2, which is less than 0.8.4 and thus has no support for mod_http2. Therefore make sure to use a recent enough version of mod_http2 and mod_gnutls.

  • Thanks, that's what I missed to catch. – ondelettes Jun 30 '19 at 22:53

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