[stunnel-users] SSL Libraries on Debian
hal at thresholddigital.com
Tue Mar 14 14:31:02 CET 2006
On Tuesday 14 March 2006 03:57, Michal Trojnara wrote:
> Hal Vaughan wrote:
> > I tried compiling Stunnel on Debian and get an error -- I
> > need the ssl
> > libraries. I tried ./configure --with-ssl=/usr/lib/ssl,
> > which is where
> > libssl-dev was installed, and it doesn't help.
> You're wrong. libssl-dev installs libraries in /usr/lib:
Hmmmm.... I had not /usr/lib/ssl until I installed libssl-dev, so it
must put some files in there.
> $ dpkg -L libssl-dev | grep libcrypto
Saw these now, don't know if they were there earlier.
> For stunnel you should use:
> ./configure --with-ssl=/usr
Yes! It works just fine. I had tried /usr/lib/ssl and /usr/lib without
luck, but finally it works with this.
> since that's the prefix OpenSSL libraries and includes are installed
> on Debian.
> BTW: Simple ./configure works fine on Debian.
For some reason it isn't working on my system (running Sid). Tried it
several times and got the same error (no ssl libs).
Thanks -- I can get ./configure working now. Some problems with make,
but I don't have time to look deeper into that now. It'll have to wait
until later today.
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