[openssl-users] Difference between libssl.a in static openssl build versus libssl.a in dynamic openssl build ???
joe.flowers at nofreewill.com
Mon Jul 24 03:26:18 UTC 2017
I am trying to upgrade some libraries of an older version of openssl
(~0.9.7) with the libraries of a less old version of openssl (1.0.0e).
When I perform a dynamic openssl build with the following commands, I get
(among other files) a libssl.a file.
setarch x86_64 ./config -m64 -D_GNU_SOURCE -fPIC shared no-zlib
When I perform a static openssl build with the following commands, I get
(among other files) another libssl.a file.
I am trying to determine which one of these two newer libssl.a files I
should use to replace the older ~0.9.7 libssl.a file.
Any ideas how to do this?
I have been trying to use the "readelf " and "file" commands on these 3
different libssl.a files, but I am not seeing a pattern in the files which
allows me to determine which one should be used.
I am compiling on a SLES11 SP1 64-bit machine.
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