I had trouble compiling with SSL on Linux as well. OpenSSL seems to
have put itself in /usr/local/ssl. A link from /usr/include/openssl to
/usr/local/ssl/openssl seems to have done the trick. (I installed OpenSSL
from the tarball.)

Thanks,
Brian Finn
NACM Southwest
brian@nacmsw.com

On Sat, 8 Dec 2001, Scott Klement wrote:

>
> Which operating system/version are you running?   How did you install
> OpenSSL?
>
> I'm running FreeBSD 4.4, and I didn't have to install the source for
> OpenSSL.  I used the version that comes with the OS, and didn't install
> the sources.  It worked right out of the box.
>
> But then, Linux is weird :)
>
>
>
> On Sat, 8 Dec 2001, Thijssen wrote:
>
> > I had some trouble with:
> > configure --wtih-ssl
> >
> > The script complained that it could not find OpenSSL libraries. For a newbee
> > like me it toke some time to find out I also had to install the openssl
> > sources besides the binaries.
> > I write this messages for that might be more newbees.
> >
> > It works now and I really would like to thank all people contributing to
> > tn5250 for their fine work.
> >
> > kind regards
> >
> > Ben Thijssen
>



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