Subject: Re: openssl on openbsd
To: julien Touche <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Frederick Bruckman <email@example.com>
Date: 04/06/2003 12:43:05
On Sun, 6 Apr 2003, julien Touche wrote:
> while trying to compile openssl on openbsd 3.2/i386 with pkgsrc, i
> encounter big errors (see end of mail).
> seems there is a conflict between main lib and pkgsrc ones (installed as
> non-root user).
I don't see where you get that. The conflict seems to be between
libgcc.a and libc. You could try restoring the "-Bsymbolic" that was
removed (IIRC) for the benefit of NetBSD-1.4*. (Edit out the middle
block of patch-af, then run "make distinfo" to regenerate the
checksums.) If that works, I, for one, would be OK with dropping the
other hacks for NetBSD-1.4.2, too (in favor of OpenBSD 3.2, heh).
> has someones ideas about the problem ? or is there any way to use the
> openbsd openssl ?
It would be better, on the whole, to go with your OS's. That probably
means upgrading or applying a security patch. The package system won't
be happy with it unless it either finds openssl-0.9.6g, or finds the
string "SSL_R_SSL2_CONNECTION_ID_TOO_LONG" in the header
"/usr/include/openssl/ssl.h", as either is taken to be evidence that
the vulnerability has been addressed. The security advisory came out
on July 30, 2002. When did OpenBSD 3.2 ship?