Originally Posted by aLTeA
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I have a dedicated with Debian sarge, and I search on the net for the same prob.
I have found a solution who works for me :
Install openssl and dev lib
Under menuconfig (or in config.h) set ssl path to "/usr"
I hope this solution will fix your prob !
While I do wish to thank you for this information. However, I have the same issue as the op. Except not on Debian. (However, same issue, why make a new thread...)
Despite the fact that:
[root@server root]# rpm -qa | grep openssl
I still receive the error "SSL-Support: No openssl found. Get openssl at ...". A quick 'which' gives me "/usr/bin/openssl"
Yes, this has been driving me INSANE! =)