getting and compiling source for things like openssl and opentsa
rees at ddcom.co.jp
Fri Jan 28 10:59:26 UTC 2005
On Fri, 28 Jan 2005 10:28:27 +0000
Paul Howarth <paul at city-fan.org> wrote
> Joel wrote:
> > I found some seed tarballs somewhere on the fedora pages,
> > cvs-core-devel-20050127.tar.gz
> > cvs-extras-devel-20050127.tar.gz
> > untarred them in /opt/rhcvs, and tried several versions of make in
> > /opt/rhcvs/devel/openssl . make just gives me errors.
> > For instance, I need a look at the sources, so I tried "make sources"
> > and curl says
> > curl: (22) The requested URL returned error: 404
> This looks like "curl" has been invoked to download something from a
> website but got a 404 error (file not found).
Yeah, I kind of that that was what was happening.
> > make: ***[libica-1.3.5.tar.gz] Error 22
> Maybe that's what it was trying to download.
I'm sure of it.
> Is there any reference to
> the build process requiring this in a README or INSTALL file?
It's listed in the sources file, which would seem to indicate that FC
builds are requiring it. Hmm. On second thought it's in
adhoc/openssl/devel/sources and adhoc/openssl/FC-3/sources. Oh.
Those big seed tarballs are for FC3. Thanks. I get it.
> You probably need to sort out why this is happening before going further.
So, rm -Rf those seeds. I just use my adhoc sandbox. No problem.
Except, what target would get me actual source in my sandbox?
I need to get a diff with the stock openssl so I can get an idea whether
I would be safe pushing to the very latest openssl so I can get the full
current benefits of the opentsa patch and mod_tsa.
Joel Rees <rees at ddcom.co.jp>
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