"Roth, Gabrielle" <gabrielle(dot)roth(at)xo(dot)com> writes:
> Building a new server here (solaris 9), was going to put 8.0.3 on it.
> ./configure --with-openssl --enable-syslog
> fails with this error message:
> configure: error: header file <openssl/ssl.h> is required for OpenSSL
> - I've verified that the path to ssl.h is in my LD_LIBRARY_PATH.
That's irrelevant for header files. If the header's full path isn't
/usr/include/openssl/ssl.h (or possibly /usr/local/include/openssl/ssl.h
if you are using gcc --- most gcc installations are configured to
automatically look in /usr/local too) then you need a --with-includes
configure switch to point the compiler to where it can find the openssl
header directory. Very likely you will also need a --with-libs switch
to point to the libraries; LD_LIBRARY_PATH doesn't excuse you from doing
that either, at least on most platforms.
regards, tom lane
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