[erlang-questions] erlang fails to load crypto on solaris 10 x86_64

Sverker Eriksson <>
Fri Nov 9 10:25:51 CET 2012


You have to configure openssl source tree with option 'shared' to get 
dynamic libraries.
Option 'no-asm' might also help if you get compile problems. Read INSTALL.

/Sverker

Venu Middela wrote:
> Attila,
>  I did try installing the package openssl0.9.8, but the binaries from this package are 32 bit.
> also, when i tried to compile from the  sourcecode , strangely, the compile/make is not building the 64-bit binaries for libcrypto and libssl..
> here's the contents of compiled /usr/local/ssl/lib
> bash-3.2$ pwd                                                                  
> /usr/local/ssl/lib                                                              
>
> -bash-3.2$ ls    
> engines      libcrypto.a  libssl.a     pkgconfig 
>
>
> Thanks,
> Venu
>
>   
>> Date: Thu, 8 Nov 2012 21:50:21 +0100
>> From: 
>> To: 
>> Subject: Re: [erlang-questions] erlang fails to load crypto on solaris 10	x86_64
>>
>> 2012/11/8 Venu Middela <>:
>>     
>>> Steve,
>>>  Thanks for pointing out the correct version of crypto.
>>> Could you please point to instructions on how to patch crypto to remove the
>>> NIF des_ede3_cfb_crypt.
>>> I couldnt find a solaris package version 0.9.8. Looked through oracle sites
>>> for updated package and/or any patch that would
>>> upgrade openssl to 0.9.8, but no luck.
>>>       
>> Check sunfreeware.com (or one of its mirrors). For example this is a
>> 0.9.8 package for Solaris 10 on x86:
>> http://sunfreeware.saix.net/programlistintel10.html#openssl098p It
>> seems that now the main site requires registration :-(
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