Re: help me
On Wed, Dec 17, 2008 at 12:52 PM, Akins love <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Dear Majordomo,
I don't think anyone here goes by that name; Majordomo is a piece of
software for mailing lists. :-)
> I tried using the command openssl but got an error that command does not
> I checked the man page for openssl but was told the man page for openssl
> does not exist.
> I then checked your website to see if I can download the software.
> I was able to use wget command to download the latest version of openssl.
> I was able to configure using the ./config command.
> The problem is that I tried using the make command (and even make install
> command) to build and install the software but got a lot of errors.
> This problem I also encountered while trying to configure the yum package.
It sounds like you don't have the openssl package installed. One of
the benefits of using Debian is that it has a great package management
system (apt) which connects to a large repository of pre-compiled
software packages. You shouldn't need to use wget, ./configure, or
yum packages for this. Simply run these two commands as the root
apt-get install openssl
I hope that helps.
- help me
- From: Akins love <email@example.com>