installation and start

Russ Allbery rra at stanford.edu
Sat Aug 31 17:11:52 UTC 2002


Rene Tschaggelar <tschaggelar at dplanet.ch> writes:

> there is no /usr/include/openssl, there is not much openssl around
> either, except a few mainly empty directories I mentioned and the
> binary.  I might try getting the openssl from the makers and do a new
> install.  The one I have is done by suse. They might have omitted
> something.

I'm wondering if maybe you just have the runtime libraries but don't have
the development bits (like the headers)?

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