Re: building mutt SSL deb package (configure error)
* Andreas Metzler <email@example.com> [020213 12:04]:
> > Uncommented the appropriate like in the debian/rules file for SSL.
> You only need to do that if you want to link mutt against openssl
> But there is really no need for that, debian's binary package already
> is ssl-enabled (via gnutls), simply grab mutt 1.2.27-something and
> gnutls3 (afaik not yet in woody).
There unfortunatly some reasons. For example an network center of your
university, which only gives imap/ssl using some propiatary program,
that does does not work with gntils but only with openssl.
The mutt-version in the potato security-updates can be changed to use
openssl quite easy, if someone has the time to make the newest version
compile with openssl or an LART big enough for the local authorities,
I whould be glad to hear it.
Bernhard R. Link