2.0.5 on Solaris with openssl 0.9.8h
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Wed Aug 13 10:36:10 CEST 2008
Alan DeKok escribió:
> Rafiqul Ahsan wrote:
>> I am facing some challenges on building Freeradius 2.0.5 (Solaris OS)
>> with openssl version 0.9.8h. The Solaris 10 come with prebuilt openssl
>> version, and found at /usr/sfw/bin/openssl, version 0.9.7d. Prior to
>> building freeradius I built newer version openssl (v.0.9.8h) located
>> in /usr/local/ssl. here are the two openssl version now I have in my
> Why not just install the OpenSSL from sunfreeware? They have a
> package pre-built...
>> When I built Freeradius 2.0.5 (I simply executed three comands,
>> ./configure make and make install) , I was expecting that it would
>> build with my desired openssl version.
> Why? How does it know what you desire? Did you configure the linker
> to prefer one version over the other? Did you configure the C "include"
> references to prefer one over the other?
>> this. I sent openssl community this question, they wanted me to verify
>> whether I actualy built the freeradius with this new openssl version.
> Well... of course.
>> I am not able to understand what library it is actually built with,
>> because I could not figure out from build log, nor the configure. But
>> if I use the configure options as below, I see a rolling error (that
>> telling me that I must not have built the freeradius with openssl
>> 0.9.8h ?) :
> No idea.
>> Text relocation remains referenced
>> against symbol offset in file
>> <unknown> 0x0
> That's a fairly useless error. Are you sure that the libssl.a file is
> really a library, and not something else?
> Alan DEKok.
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I'm not sure and i'm not an expert, but *.a files are only headers
files. Cross-compiling wpa_supplicant i had to use it (libssl32.a i
remember) and, because is a only headers file, i had to use it's
equivalent *.dll file, which it IS a library. Also i don't know anything
about "h" version of openssl but i have debian with openssl package
that comes in the installation and a compiled version by me too. In
theory you only need to tell compiler where are the libraries, header
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