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Re^2: linker trying to load wrong file

by eisdrache (Novice)
on Oct 30, 2006 at 10:26 UTC ( #581251=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: linker trying to load wrong file
in thread linker trying to load wrong file

well, yes, it does seem like a completely ass backwards approach to solving the problem, however, i was all out of options, so i was desperate to try anything.

i removed the crypt::ssleay module and reinstalled it, but forwhatever reason it was still looking for the 0.9.8 file. i even reinstalled perl to no avail. so in another ass backwards move, i just created a link called libssl.so.0.9.8 and pointed it to libssl.so.0.9.7.

on top of that, there must have been some kind of issue with openssl 0.9.8 becuase now everything works the way that it should.

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Re^3: linker trying to load wrong file
by Intrepid (Deacon) on Nov 01, 2006 at 10:03 UTC

    eisdrache wrote on 30 Oct 2006

    i removed the crypt::ssleay module and reinstalled it, but forwhatever reason it was still looking for the 0.9.8 file.

    I am very curious as to what the whatever reason reason was ;-). That sounds like a failure of a build support mechanism to work properly, and/or a failure of the operator building the module (yourself) to operate the build properly. In any case, the only thing I know of right now to advise you, is that in future cases like this, providing a link (at least) to the complete textual output of the build procedure steps (typically 'perl Makefile.PL <args...>' and then 'make'), would be valued by some of us (or maybe just me, in all the world, only me, sigh). ;-)

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