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Old 09-11-2009, 06:47 AM   #1
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sha-1 openssl on debian Lenny

Hi all,
I've just upgraded some code from etch to lenny which needs to produce some sh1 check sums. However when I compile it gives errors because openssl/sha.h isn't present. OK I thought the openssl lib wasn't present, however when I check apt, it is? I presume openssl has been changed in some way. On searching I've found sha.h in the linux headers, howere the defines I use are missing as well as the function call SHA(...... to get the checksum. Can some one advise what I need to do in Lenny? Thanks
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Isn't there a suitable one in these?
You have searched for files named sha.h [...]. Found 16 results.

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