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Old 02-09-2004, 12:09 PM   #1
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Apache2 + opensll_0.9.7c undefined symbol X509_free when I try to start apache

Hello all,

I have followed the tutorial at
to build myself a lamps box here at work.

My only additions to the guide were that I also compiled apache with the deflate option to enable compression.

As the subject line says, every time I try to stat apache I receive the error message: .../modules/ undefined symbol: X509_free

If I remove the line loading the the sll support apache starts just fine and I can connect to it via localhost.

I hope someone can point me in the direction of a solution as this is the third try from a fresh install, due to other problems, and I really would prefer to not have to do it again.


P.S. The system is RedHat 9.0 updated to the latest using apt-get


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