neil.carter at oracle.com
Thu Sep 24 17:50:43 UTC 2015
I just completed compiling the openssl-1.0.2d bundle on 64-bit linux
(OEL 5.8). I say completed, but I cheated somewhat.
./config --prefix=/usr/local shared no-dso
When I ran the 'make install' the first time, it failed at the 4758cca
section with several errors about all of the lib* files in the engines
sub-directory. I no longer have the exact error message, but it
basically stated that the lib4758cca.bad file, and ten other lib*.bad
files, did not exist. OK, interesting. I cd'd to the engines
sub-directory and looked, there were no lib*.bad files. On a lark, I
touched all eleven of the missing lib*.bad filenames (one for each of
the lib*.so files), cd'd back out of the engines sub-directory, and ran
'make install' again. This time it went further but then informed me
that the engines/ccgost/libgost.bad file did not exist. I touched this
filename, cd'd back out of the engines/ccgost sub-directory, ran 'make
install' again and everything worked seemingly fine. I now have a
working copy of openssl-1.0.2d on this system. At least I think I do.
I'm relatively certain this is not a sanctioned work-around for this
error. Can someone please explain what these lib*.bad files are
supposed to be or what they signify?
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