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I assume you are installing from source directly? Why not create an
updated source rpm,build and install that? Much easier/cleaner.
Also the obvious note: FC16 is out of support, by over 2 years now, so
.. yeah. Good luck I guess.
On 23/06/14 05:03 PM, Bernal, Daniel L wrote:
Hi. Can someone please point me in the right direction on how to
build an updated version (1.0.0m) of openssl for FC16? I am
looking to update a platform from the currently installed 1.0.0j
version and having issues building an compatible versions.
I can easily download, configure, build, and test the 1.0.0m source
package from openssl.org
but doing the install is where I have an
issue. I can follow the openssl instructions and perform a "make
install" but this does not update the repo database and does not
clean up the previous version installed files. The right solution
would be to install an upgraded version of the openssl and
openssl-dev packages. I have created these but the files packaged
are in different locations than the currently installed (1.0.0j)
I also downloaded and built packages from the 1.0.0j version and
these packages don't match what is installed by the 1.0.0j version
on my FC16 system. This leads me to believe that the spec file
used to build the FC16 1.0.0j version is special/different for some
reason. Any advice/direction is greatly appreciated.
Daniel Bernal Software Platform Application Engineer SBD Segment
Intel - Chandler, AZ * Direct: +1 480 5522289 * Mobile: +1 480
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