Tried that.. I have version libcrypt.so.9.0.5a so I ln'd that to libcrypt.so.1 and same for libssl.so.0.9.5a
Still the same problem.
I checked the /etc/ld.so.conf and it has both /lib and /usr/lib, as well as a few more I added !!
Any more ideas ?
On Tue, Jun 25, 2002 at 09:39:59AM +0100, Brian O'Donoghue mentioned:
>> Try cd /usr/lib
> ls -l libcr*
> then when you find the version of libcrypt you have on your system type
> something like
> ln -sf libcrypt.so.9 libcrypt.so.1 and try the same for libssl.
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