Re: KDE debs on PPC, failed SSL support (BUG?)
On Sunday 18 March 2001 21:56, Rick Cook wrote:
> When I built the latest versions of kdelibs, I got the following warning:
> "You're missing openSSL, or your version is too old (before 0.9.5a)."
> "KDE won't be able to access secure websites without it, so you should"
> "consider installing or upgrading it."
> Since I have libssl096 and libssl096-dev installed, I didn't understand the
> message. I just noticed that I also have libssl09 installed (ssh 1.2.3
> depends on it). Maybe that explains why openssh 2.3.0 is in optional...
> I'll build the new openssh, remove libssl09, rebuild kdelibs and kdebase,
> and see if that fixes the openssl problems.
Never mind... The kdelibs package is "configure'd" --without-ssl. I guess
this means we really need a new kde*-crypto.