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Jabber2 cant install, OpenSSL issues

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by webafrica, Mar 26, 2005.

  1. webafrica

    webafrica Member

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    Lo All,

    When we try to install jabber 2 we receive the following:
    OpenSSL is clearly installed though:

    I think maybe it is because CPanel installs openssl to a strange path and jabber doesnt know where to look for it - I tried configuring jabber with different parameters to tell it where it is but I really just dont know how to do it.

    Anyone have any ideas?
     
  2. twhiting9275

    twhiting9275 Well-Known Member

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    This isn't a CPanel issue at all, this is a linux administration issue. CPanel uses the standard redhat openSSL rpms, but it does NOT (AFAIK) install the devel rpms, which you need if you're going to compile something against it.
     
  3. webafrica

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    Thanks for the reply twhiting,

    I thought it might of been, I'm not exactly a Linux guru myself.

    So if I understand what your saying - to resolve this all I have to do is uninstall the openssl on the box and download the development rpm and install that?
     
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    you can install the devel versions alongside the binary versions. They're two completely different packages containing two completely different things.
     
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