Dragonfly itself

Mikhail Novosyolov m.novosyolov at rosalinux.ru
Tue Aug 4 07:24:56 PDT 2020

04.08.2020 16:38, Jeffrey Walton пишет:
>> "Shared object "libcrypto.so.46" not found, required by "ipmitool"
> libcrypto is typically OpenSSL.
> But the version number looks wrong in this case. OpenSSL latest is
> 1.1.1g. Its version is 1.1:
> $ ls ~/tmp/ok2delete/lib/libcrypto.*
> /home/jwalton/tmp/ok2delete/lib/libcrypto.a
> /home/jwalton/tmp/ok2delete/lib/libcrypto.so
> /home/jwalton/tmp/ok2delete/lib/libcrypto.so.1.1
> I'm not sure where the .46 is coming from.
LibreSSL's libcrypto. DragonFly uses libressl, it has libcrypto and libssl as openssl but with hugher so names.
> Jeff
> On Tue, Aug 4, 2020 at 12:16 AM Jonathan Engwall
> <engwalljonathanthereal at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Right now with the interest in "booting" dragonfly, I think it is important to say something.
>> "Shared object "libcrypto.so.46" not found, required by "ipmitool"
>> "Xorg" is dead too, so searching on the internet will be a bit difficult.
>> Is a nasty problem that has hit before, and hit developers a few days ago. Is it gone? Where did it go? How did it get there? Did it leave a note at least? Is it coming back, should we wait up?
>> I actually use my computer. I need things like this not happen in the first place. People pay for that sort of thing, it is called by many names: reliability, accountability, trustworthiness, consistency, usability, probably a few more I think that is a nice list.
>> Jonathan Engwall

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