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Old 09-10-2012, 07:16 AM   #1
golden_boy615
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host: dst_lib_init: openssl failure in chroot jail when executing host binary


I have a file system as follow:
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root@e:~# ls /root/tree/tree/
bin dev etc hello init initrd lib lib64 media mnt preseed.cfg proc run sbin sys temp tmp usr var
which I put it in chroot jail like this:
Quote:
root@e:~# chroot /root/tree/tree /bin/bash
bash-4.2#
but when I execute "host" binary from that I got this:
Quote:
bash-4.2# host google.com
host: dst_lib_init: openssl failure
I compiled bind9 and openssl from source by myself and putted their appropriate file in the file system .
what did I miss what more thing should I do?
 
  


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