Segmentation fault when linking 2.2.0 against openSSL 1.0.1c
stefan.winter at restena.lu
Mon Sep 17 11:34:48 CEST 2012
>> Are you sure? The "openssl SEGV" problem is almost always because you
>> have two versions of OpenSSL installed.
>> What is likely happening is that the compile stage is picking up the
>> system-supplied OpenSSL include files. The way to test this is to
>> rename / move them, do the build, and then the install.
>> If it now works, it was picking up OpenSSL X, and linking against
>> OpenSSL Y.
> Hm, okay... will do.
That was it indeed. Had to change the include path above to
because configure adds the openssl/ sub-path on its own. Now it works
like a charm (as usual :-) ).
>> Alan DeKok.
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