[openssl-users] Build from source; library not found?

Hiran Chaudhuri hiran.chaudhuri at mail.de
Sun May 28 21:16:58 UTC 2017

It seems I misread the referenced documentation the first time.
   This stuff contains the answer, it just was not clear to me that also works on Linux. https://wiki.openssl.org/index.php/Compilation_and_Installation#Using_RPATHs.   With that, the libraries have run paths that show the correct target directories. Thanks to all for the hint.   Hiran 

 Am 23-May-2017 22:26:38 +0200 schrieb hiran.chaudhuri at mail.de: 

Hello Victor. 

So you manage to build OpenSSL with rpaths. Would you like to let me know how this can be achieved? Is CFLAGS the only change required? (from the documentation mentioned earlier it seems I would have to modify the configure script). 


 Am 21-May-2017 06:51:55 +0200 schrieb openssl-users at dukhovni.org: 

 > On May 20, 2017, at 8:52 PM, Richard Levitte  wrote:
 > Err, it is correct insofar that it is how OpenSSL 1.0.2{x} is built.

 Perhaps by default, I routinely do builds of OpenSSL 1.0.2 in which
 the library rpaths are set.

 > It's possible it SHOULD be built differently, but that's a different
 > story. Here, the question was what's actually done.

 The choice of additional CFLAGS is up to the user.


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