Re: Intent to package: lynx-ssl, ftp-ssl, telnet-ssl
> email@example.com writes:
> > How about also releasing a version of SSLeay package that is linked
> > against the RSAREF library so the various SSL clients can be used in
> > the US without infringing the RSA patent?
> [...] Someone
> inside the US could do so, but then again he would not be allowed to
> put it on a public ftp-server, because it can not be exported.
More precisely, we *can* put it up on a public server, but that
site can't be mirrored outside of the US and Canada.
A second problem is that SSLeay doesn't build against RSAREF.
It's been a month since I last beat my head against this particular
wall, but as I recall
- the SSLeay makefile contains errors,
- SSLeay may require RSAREF 2, while PGP requires RSAREF 1 for
I also seem to recall severe problems with shared libraries, but
that's probably a reflection on my skills with libtool, not a