Subject: Re: Using the native OpenSSL on Solaris 9/10
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Juan RP <email@example.com>
Date: 06/15/2007 01:36:37
On Fri, 15 Jun 2007 11:33:12 +1200
Lloyd Parkes <Lloyd.Parkes@ird.govt.nz> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm using pkgsrc on Solaris 9 and Solaris 10. We have various Sun
> boxes with various SUN crypto hardware in them. This means we have to
> use Sun's OpenSSL in order to get the hardware acceleration and the
> latest Sun patches for their SSL include enough new features to make
> it usable.
> What do I need to do to pkgsrc to make it use the system OpenSSL
> instead of the pkgsrc one? I started off just by commenting out the
> buildlink entry for openssl in sysutils/cfengine2 and then compiling
> cfengine with "bmake BUILDLINK_PREFIX.openssl=/opt/SUNWconn/crypto".
> This crashed and burned and I did enough digging to find that the
> transformation part of the wrapper subsystem simply won't permit
> compiler flags that point to absolute paths that it doesn't know
> This is obviously a policy decision and I'm okay with that, but I
> still need to get pkgsrc to use the system OpenSSL.
> How do I go about teaching pkgsrc about the Solaris OpenSSL?
You'll have to adapt security/openssl/builtin.mk if it doesn't support
your OpenSSL version already. If implemented, it will pick up the
system one if the requirements are enough.
Juan Romero Pardines - The NetBSD Project
http://plog.xtrarom.org/ - NetBSD/pkgsrc news in Spanish