this was not me originally, but I has the same problem. The Tarball
installs in /usr/local/ssl/openssl

But the only problem I had was that the make could not find the header
files (*.h) for ssl. As soon as I cheated, it compiled and installed
fine.

On Monday, December 10, 2001, at 02:25  PM, Scott Klement wrote:

>
> Hmmm... if that's the default install location, maybe we should be
> checking there...
>
> You just had to make the one symlink?   You didn't have to make another
> symlink for /usr/local/lib?
>
> On Mon, 10 Dec 2001, Brian Finn wrote:
>
>> 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.)
>>
>
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