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Gonzalo Barrio gbarrio at novamens.com
Fri Aug 12 16:16:50 CDT 2005


Normally every Redhat install has the libraries at /usr/kerberos/include
So try with

--with-extra-library-path=/usr/kerberos/include 


Gonzalo Barrio


Dave Freeman wrote:

>Try specifying --enable-ssl --with-extra-library-path=<the path to your
>SSL libraries>
>
>on your ./cofigure statement.  You will, of course, need to substitute
>the correct path for the <....> stuff.
>
>Thomas George wrote:
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>>Hello,
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>>I'm trying to build Jabber2 on a Redhat box, and I can't get past the
>>./configure.
>> 
>>For some reason, it doesn't realize that I have OpenSSL 0.9.7a installed,
>>and keeps complaining:
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>>    configure: error: OpenSSL >= 0.9.6b not found
>> 
>>Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated..!
>> 
>>Thanks,
>> 
>>Thomas
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