[openssl-users] Statically link FIPS OpenSSL to shared library application
Dr. Stephen Henson
steve at openssl.org
Wed Feb 17 20:20:30 UTC 2016
On Wed, Feb 17, 2016, Gustavo Tabares wrote:
> I???m trying to statically link OpenSSL to my C++ shared library application
> on Linux. I???ve followed the instructions outlined in the Fipsld and C++
> Wiki page and everything builds fine. However I???m getting a fingerprint
> mismatch when calling FIPS_mode_set. If I change my shared library to an
> executable (by adding a main function) everything works fine.
> Besides building fipspremain.c with -x c / -x none (as per the Wiki page)
> and specifying the -dso flag for the incore script, is there anything else
> that I may be missing? The Wiki page covers building executables, but I
> didn???t think there was much difference between the two.
What commands are you using to build the FIPS module, OpenSSL and to link your
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