Till Maas opensource at
Thu Apr 8 14:46:10 UTC 2010

On Thu, Apr 08, 2010 at 04:02:54PM +0200, Peter Czanik wrote:

> Version 3.0 also added SSL support among many other changes, but that
> can't be enabled on openSUSE (configure arg: --disable-ssl): syslog-ng
> is in /sbin, openssl libs are in /usr/lib, linking from /usr is not
> allowed in /, and SSL is not available statically for security reasons.
> As far as I can see (I have a Fedora 13 snapshot installed in vmware),
> Fedora has the same problem.

OpenSSL being in /usr/lib instead of /lib is a regression that was
introduced in Fedora 11 afaics and partly broke pam_mount:

Hopefully it will be moved back to /lib eventually and then syslog-ng
could use SSL support, too.

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