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RE: SSL-TLS compile errors

If that doesn't work, I have a much less elegant solution...
I'm running on rh7 and encountered the same problem. I compiled and
installed OpenSSL, but OpenLDAP didn't find it.
I re-installed rh7 with all the development libraries and whatnot and
configure found everything on its own.

-----Original Message-----
From: dreitz@webserve.net [mailto:dreitz@webserve.net]
Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2001 12:41 PM
To: Parker Lockhart
Cc: OpenLDAP Software
Subject: Re: SSL-TLS compile errors

try the following (if running bash, sh, etc.)

CPPFLAGS="-I /usr/local/ssl/include"
LDFLAGS="-L /usr/local/ssl/lib"

then try this from your openldap source directory:

./configure --with-tls (or something similar, depending on your situation.)

i think this should work for you.


Quoting Parker Lockhart <plockhart@wacotrib.com>:

> As I make yet another seemingly futile effort at compiling 2.0.7 with
> SSL, I
> keep getting the message during configure that it (openssl/ssl.h) is not
> found. Yet, it is properly re-re-reinstalled in /usr/local/ssl.
> Any hints? 

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