In this instance building from source would have to be the logical
preference... as forcing the rpm would 'probably' be a bad idea.
Declan Grady wrote:
> 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 !!
The problem ain't the presence or lack thereof of the libraries, it's
that RPM doesn't know about them because you installed from source. You
can tell rpm to forcibly install with no regard for dependancies, or you
can install an openssl RPM. Or you can build mahogany from source.
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