Subject: Addendum: More on compiling openssl-0.9.6e failed on pmax
To: NetBSD pmax <>
From: Uwe Lienig <>
List: port-pmax
Date: 08/09/2002 11:25:50
Hi folks,

Originally I tried to install cyrus-imapd which in turn requires openssl-0.9.6e
to be installed. Since the system has been installed from scratch there was no
entry for openssl-0.9.6e in the pkgdb. NetBSD itself comes with ssh that needs
ssl. The libraries are installed in the default place (/usr/lib/
So basically the compiling and linking of imapd went fine since the needed
libraries are in place (I checked with ldd).

For reference see

I tried to get the version from the installed but after lurking
around for a cmd that would give me the information I couldn't find one (the lib
in /usr/lib is named - not really a version number). Is there any
way to find out the version of an installed library?

Now I'm wondering what feature is missing in imapd, that is provided by the


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