I just had to make the one symlink. libssl.so.* seems to be in /usr/lib
on my system. (I actually haven't tried to use SSL yet, as we don't use
it on our AS/400. It could be that it compiled but won't work. On the
other hand, it might! :)


On Mon, 10 Dec 2001, 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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