in reply to Re: Net::SSLeay on Ubuntu 18.04 with custom OpenSSL version
in thread Net::SSLeay on Ubuntu 18.04 with custom OpenSSL version

To be honest, no i didn't. But as far as i can determine, i'm not getting far enough in the build process for those bugs to become relevant.

I'm was failing at some very basic level for which i should have known (and tested) the solution after using Linux for 20 years:

$ OPENSSL_PREFIX=/home/cavac/bin/openssl LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/home/cavac/b +in/openssl/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH perl Makefile.PL *** Found OpenSSL-1.1.1a installed in /home/cavac/bin/openssl *** That's newer than what this module was tested with You should consider checking if there is a newer release of this m +odule available. Everything will probably work OK, though. *** Be sure to use the same compiler and options to compile your OpenS +SL, perl, and Net::SSLeay. Mixing and matching compilers is not supported. Do you want to run external tests?

So, LD_LIBRARY_PATH did the trick. Not sure why Net::SSLeay doesn't set it automatically, though...

And now i have to look into testing with the Github version of Net::SSLeay, since the bugs are marked "patched".

perl -e 'use MIME::Base64; print decode_base64("4pmsIE5ldmVyIGdvbm5hIGdpdmUgeW91IHVwCiAgTmV2ZXIgZ29ubmEgbGV0IHlvdSBkb3duLi4uIOKZqwo=");'