"Genova, Joseph" <Joseph(dot)Genova(at)HealthPort(dot)com> writes:
> Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.3 (Tikanga).
> psqlodbc 08.04.0200
> I'm trying to 'configure' psqlodbc 08.04.0200 without much success. If I run configure with "--disable-openssl" flag it will complete the configure portion of the install. but if I run ./configure without arguments, it fails with
> checking for SSL_read in -lssl... no
> configure: error: ssl library not found
> There isn't a '--with-opsnssl=/usr/lib/openssl' option. I added it to configure. nothing changes
> Do you have a suggestion, please ?
My suggestion: grab the current Fedora SRPM and see if you can build it
on RHEL5. That way you'll have an RPM rather than some loose files,
which is a whole lot friendlier to manage on Red Hat-based systems.
FWIW, neither the RHEL5 nor the Fedora specfiles do anything special as
regards SSL. What they *do* do is blow away the rather obsolete libtool
and autoconf stuff included in the psqlodbc package and replace them
with current-for-the-distro tools. I suspect your issue above traces
to something the old autoconf script did wrong. Or maybe you just
forgot to install openssl-devel.
regards, tom lane
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