I think it may be something with the ./configure
script in the jabber2 build.. though may be wrong of
I'm running the latest ver from the jabberd site,
the box was a minimal install of RH9, with only
openssl,mysql and libidn installed (and any dependant
pkgs that were requested.
The box does have all the ssl and kerberos RPM's that
I can imagine are required:
If I run the configure;
./configure --prefix=/usr --enable-mysql --enable-idn
It fires back:
configure: error: OpenSSL >= 0.9.6b not found
Yet all the libcrypto files,etc are there in /usr/lib
What do you think, configure script prob or just a
missing variable for the configure build ??
The problem does seem to be around a bit as there are
references to it on the jabberd mailing lists, yet
I've not come across anyone who can answer it..
I've tried the configure using the --disable-ssl
switch also, but it still throws up the error
Time for another coffee :((
--- Justin <ilug at maccarthy.org> wrote:
>> OK I think I compiled 1.4* last time so it may have
> changed. I do,
> however, remember a
>> ./configure --enable-ssl
>> that may have changed too ... actually looks like a
> lot has change
> serverside since i used it for a project...
>>> On Sep 1, 2004, at 4:17 PM, PaulD wrote:
>> > the install from the jabberd.org site for Ver 2.x
> > requires a './configure', make and make install
> > It's been complaining about openssl not being
> > installed despite all having all the latest
> > rpm's installed on the box from RHN.
> > It was previously throwing up an error saying that
> > 'idn' was not installed, so tried the compile
> > the "--disable-idn" switch. The next run of the
> > "./configure" kicks off then ends stating that
> > is not installed
> > If there was an install RPM out there that did the
> > I'd be more than happy to give it a whirl
> > PD
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