On Mon, 10 Dec 2001, Scott Klement wrote:

>
> Actually, the way that I did it on my older RedHat boxes was:
>
>      ./config --prefix=/usr --openssldir=/usr
>
> The OpenSSL package does not actually use "configure" but it has a
> "config" and a "Configure" (confusingly)

Doh!  Looks like I remembered wrong (I haven't compiled it from source
since slackware started putting it in their distribution).  But reading
the README (I hope it's in there) should say to do the above if that's
what is wanted.

And the build process for tn5250 probably should find ssl wherever it is
installed.  But if ssl is not in the users path or ld.so.conf path then
how would it know?

James Rich
james@eaerich.com



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