Re: hfsprogs depends on libssl1.1 which is obsolete
On Mon, May 30, 2022, at 3:46 AM, John Paul Adrian Glaubitz wrote:
> Hello Rick!
> On 5/30/22 12:24, Rick Thomas wrote:
>> Sadly, it looks like this wasn't the only dependency on libssl1.1 .
>> Apparently libsnmp40 also depends on it.
> Library transitions are handled by the release team, not by me.
> Otherwise I would
> have to manually rebuild thousands of packages. The ongoing OpenSSL
> transition can
> be observed here for the release architectures:
> and for the Debian Ports architectures:
> hfsprogs was a special case, because that package was built manually in
> the first
> place as Debian Ports does not support the contrib and non-free
> sections yet.
> If libsnmp has not been rebuilt against libssl3.0 yet, it usually means there is
> a bug in the package which prevents it from building with OpenSSL 3.0 which is
> indeed the case for net-snmp:
Thanks for the excellent explanation! I understand the situation much better now.
Again, I very much appreciate your efforts!