OpenSSL

brian at revolution911.com brian at revolution911.com
Mon Aug 5 11:47:36 EDT 2013


Is there a problem with studio working on 64 bit?

On Aug 4, 2013, at 18:21, Paul Mulroney <pmulroney at logicaldevelopments.com.au> wrote:

> Hi Brian,
> 
> On 05/08/2013, at 12:00 AM, omnisdev-en-request at lists.omnis-dev.com wrote:
> 
>> Message: 2
>> Date: Sat, 3 Aug 2013 17:41:54 -0700
>> From: "brian at revolution911.com" <brian at revolution911.com>
>> Subject: OpenSSL
>> To: Hazel List - Rodriguez <omnisdev-en at lists.omnis-dev.com>
>> Message-ID: <E8D50868-FFB3-41DC-8F72-50E33866E061 at revolution911.com>
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>> I'm having trouble with loading studio 5.2.2 on centos 6 with the OpenSSL glitch.  I tried the TigerLogic work around but it is not working.  Has anyone else installed on centos and know how to get the OpenSSL.0.9.8w to work?
> 
> I've setup some test machines with Studio 5.2.2 and Centos, and it works OK.  Not sure about CentOS6 though.  Always on 32 bit version, never 64 bit version. This is my "short list" of instructions, for Studio 5.2.1 and CentOS 5.  This should work for you, but check the path names are correct for your setup.  Run the following from the console or terminal window:
> 
>    • su root (root password required)
>    • yum install gcc (gcc is not installed by default. Make sure to remove it later!)
>    • mkdir ~/openssl098 (this is the source folder - you won't need this after installing)
>    • cd ~/openssl098
>    • wget http://www.openssl.org/source/openssl-0.9.8w.tar.gz
>    • tar xzvf openssl-0.9.8w.tar.gz
>    • cd openssl-0.9.8w
>    • ./config --prefix=/usr/local/OpenSSL-0.9.8w --openssldir=/usr/local/OpenSSL-0.9.8w shared
>    • make all
>    • make test
>    • mkdir /usr/local/OpenSSL-0.9.8w
>    • make install
>    • /usr/local/OpenSSL-0.9.8w/bin/openssl version (tests that it installed correctly)
>    • cd /usr/local/tigerlogic/os5.2.1
>    • nano omset
>        • Find the line: echo LD_LIBRARY_PATH=’pwd’:\$LD_LIBRARY_PATH >> omnisI386
>        • Change it to: echo LD_LIBRARY_PATH=’pwd’:/usr/local/OpenSSL-0.9.8w/lib:\$LD_LIBRARY_PATH >> omnisI386
>        • Make sure that the line doesn't wrap around to the next line, otherwise the script will not work properly.
>        • Save and exit
>    • ./omset (re-create the omnisI386 script)
>    • ./omnisI386 (start Omnis Studio!)
> 
> Good luck!
> 
> Regards,
> Paul.
> 
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