[links-list] Patch: SSL revisited (patch cleanup)

Morten Bo Johansen mortenbo at vip.cybercity.dk
Wed Aug 30 10:49:33 PDT 2000

Bennett Todd <bet at rahul.net> said:

> 2000-08-29-11:30:59 Morten Bo Johansen:
> >[...]
> > gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I. -I/usr/include/openssl -DHAVE_SSL -g -O2 -c https.c
> >[...]
> > gcc -g -O2 -o links https.o af_unix.o [...] win32.o -lgpm -lcrypto -lssl
> > /usr/lib/libssl.a(t1_enc.o): In function `tls1_change_cipher_state':
> > t1_enc.o(.text+0x226): undefined reference to `COMP_CTX_free'
> > [...]
> Beats me. I'd guess --- and it's just a guess mind you --- that
> either (a) your OpenSSL libs have gotten corrupted somehow; could
> perhaps check with e.g. "rpm -Vf /usr/lib/libssl.a", or perhaps (b)
> either your version of OpenSSL, or the way it's built, requires a
> different linking invocation to make it work. Maybe it's been
> whacked to work against RSAREF or BSAFE or one of them? I really
> don't own a clue here. If you have any other rpms of software that
> successfully builds against openssl --- e.g. lynx, or curl, or
> Apache's mod_ssl, or some such --- perhaps you could see how it
> links. I don't _think_ my links build ended up using libssl.a at
> all, I think I got a clean dynamic link on my system.

I checked the SuSE rpm but found no fault with it. Still the
same I removed it, compiled and installed the latest version
of openssl.

Same result ;-(



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