On Thu, Aug 10, 2006 at 03:27:52PM +0100, Julian Chesterfield wrote:
> >>Because libaio is often not included in the distro.
> >You mean there are distros that do not have a libaio devel package?
> >>In order to avoid breaking the build we either had to include checks
> >>in the Makefile for the existence of the library and build if
> >>necessary, or just statically build within the tree.
> >Assuming the libaio devel package is available, how is this different
> >than the recent build break that required me to install openssl-devel
> We link against libcrypto, however I wasn't aware that this requires
> the openssl-devel package. In my experience libcrypto typically ships
> as part of the base distro for utilities such as ssh, scp etc.. Perhaps
> this isn't the case?
In more of the rpm and deb based distros, header files are seperate.
Building against libcrypto (which comes with openssl), requires
openssl-devel (or openssl-dev in the debian case IIRC).
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