How to link to openssl if two versions of libssl are on the system, when building FreeRadius on Debian wheezy 7.4?
aland at deployingradius.com
Fri May 16 15:03:54 CEST 2014
Rani Ahmed wrote:
> I did build from tar.gz file, OpenSSL 1.0.1*g *and installed it on
> /usr/local/ . This is the default --prefix in the ./config of OpenSSL
> I built freeradius using the following configure command :
> ./configure --with-openssl-includes=/usr/local/ssl
That should generally work.
> Also, I did tell ldconfig in /etc/ld.so.conf about the path "/usr/local/ssl/lib" just to make freeradius use OpenSSL 1.0.1g , I still get it from /usr/lib instead..
> So how should I exactly link it to 1.0.1g?
In version 2.2, you don't. Sorry. The reason is libtool. We use
libtool as a cross-platform linker. However... it decides randomly to
re-write link targets, based on it's own bizarre ideas about what to do.
In version 3, we've gotten rid of libtool. As a result, your scenario
works there. I use it that way every day.
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