Re: new cogito package, OpenSSL license issue resolved
Christoph Hellwig <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Fri, May 13, 2005 at 11:44:05PM -0600, Sebastian Kuzminsky wrote:
> > I've updated the Cogito package to compile against the upstream-included
> > GPL SHA1 implementation lifted from Mozilla, instead of the (possibly)
> > GPL-incompatible OpenSSL code. Thanks to Florian Weimer and Anibal
> > Monsalve Salazar for bringing this issue to my attention. I have a
> > terrible head for this kind of legal stuff, "can't we all just get
> > the code?"
> > This is the last issue I know of keeping this package out of the Debian
> > archives. Yay! There's still the manpage issue, but I expect it will
> > be resolved upstream in the next few days.
> Any chance you can make the package use the included assemly sha1
> implementation on powerpc? It's a notable difference and with that
> change I could switch from self-compiled cognito to the package.
I've updated my Cogito source package (0.10+20050513-3) to use the
ppc-sha1 on powerpc, but I dont have a powerpc machine to compile on,
so I haven't tested it. It still uses mozilla-sha1 on all the other
Please pull the sources via http or apt and let me know if it works!
# Seb's packages from highlab.com
deb http://highlab.com/~seb/debian /
deb-src http://highlab.com/~seb/debian /