Re: Bug#147430: hpoj: Linking against OpenSSL licensing modificat ion (GPL)
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On Mon, 27 May 2002 20:25, David Paschal wrote:
> Are you absolutely sure that going from hpoj-0.8 to the CVS version is
> what caused libcrypto to start getting linked in, and not a change in
> libsnmp that added the necessity to link with libcrypto? Both versions
> have the capability to link libptal with libcrypto if necessary, and
> although I did make some changes in how that necessity is detected, I
> just now double-checked configure.in from CVS and verified that it first
> attempts to link with libsnmp without libcrypto before it tries to link
> with libcrypto.
It wasn't the switch in hpoj from 0.8 to CVS which caused libcrypto to start
getting linked in rather it was a change in the Debian supplied libsnmp:
ucd-snmp (4.2.4-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream version.
* Rebuilt with SSL since cryto can now go in main.
* Explicitly use bash for the fixman script (closes:133652).
* Don't use LD_RUN_PATH in perl/SNMP.so.
* Fixed parsing of "-p udp:" in snmpd (closes:141176).
-- David Engel <firstname.lastname@example.org> Tue, 23 Apr 2002 20:50:25 -0500
This change in the snmp package isn't included in the woody (testing) release,
thus all (most) the packages in woody such as hpoj which depend on libsnmp
don't link in libcrypto.
The new sid (unstable) release snmp package has been rebuilt with SSL as shown
above thus packages which depend on libsnmp also end up with the libcrypto
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