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ArchNGEL 06-05-2003 05:11 PM

openSSL again
 
perhaps i was a lil hasty about that (i hope)
sorry

Arch

(hi

i saw ppl have problems with openssl
so do i

i would need libcrypto.so.0.9.7 for an rpm, actually i had only ...so.0.9.6, so i dled the latest openssl from *.org, compiled it without any trouble, however it did not creat any 0.9.7 files. i searched the whole goddamnthing for those files. i know it is in /usr/local/ssl/lib etc. i read that on redhat like systems (in this case Mdk9) openSSL does not create symlinks

but i dont have a clue about where i could get those .0.9.7 files.

plz, anyone, help,

thx

Arch)

rch 06-05-2003 11:03 PM

Re: openSSL again
 
Quote:

Originally posted by ArchNGEL
perhaps i was a lil hasty about that (i hope)
sorry

Arch

(hi

i saw ppl have problems with openssl
so do i

i would need libcrypto.so.0.9.7 for an rpm, actually i had only ...so.0.9.6, so i dled the latest openssl from *.org, compiled it without any trouble, however it did not creat any 0.9.7 files. i searched the whole goddamnthing for those files. i know it is in /usr/local/ssl/lib etc. i read that on redhat like systems (in this case Mdk9) openSSL does not create symlinks

but i dont have a clue about where i could get those .0.9.7 files.

plz, anyone, help,

thx

Arch)

do a
1-whereis libcrypto
if it returns something like /usr/lib/libcrypto-blah
then try
2-ln -s $(whereis libcrypto) /usr/lib/libcrypto.so.0.9.7
If in step one it returns nothing you may have to do
ldconfig
If still nothing after installing openssl did you did
make install


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