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authorDarren Tucker <dtucker@zip.com.au>2003-06-24 20:22:09 +1000
committerDarren Tucker <dtucker@zip.com.au>2003-06-24 20:22:09 +1000
commita0472e095d8c635439d036e84971fc1489863683 (patch)
tree06df24137ed065fbb9e2efb7755e56985b8d8c42 /contrib/findssl.sh
parent89b249be64b61c8df2af3af5ba508428d52d2263 (diff)
- (dtucker) Have configure refer the user to config.log and
contrib/findssl.sh for OpenSSL header/library mismatches.
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+#!/bin/sh
+#
+# findssl.sh
+# Search for all instances of OpenSSL headers and libraries
+# and print their versions.
+# Intended to help diagnose OpenSSH's "OpenSSL headers do not
+# match your library" errors.
+#
+# Written by Darren Tucker (dtucker at zip dot com dot au)
+# This file is placed in the public domain.
+#
+# $Id: findssl.sh,v 1.1 2003/06/24 10:22:10 dtucker Exp $
+# 2002-07-27: Initial release.
+# 2002-08-04: Added public domain notice.
+# 2003-06-24: Incorporated readme, set library paths. First cvs version.
+#
+# "OpenSSL headers do not match your library" are usually caused by
+# OpenSSH's configure picking up an older version of OpenSSL headers
+# or libraries. You can use the following # procedure to help identify
+# the cause.
+#
+# The output of configure will tell you the versions of the OpenSSL
+# headers and libraries that were picked up, for example:
+#
+# checking OpenSSL header version... 90604f (OpenSSL 0.9.6d 9 May 2002)
+# checking OpenSSL library version... 90602f (OpenSSL 0.9.6b [engine] 9 Jul 2001)
+# checking whether OpenSSL's headers match the library... no
+# configure: error: Your OpenSSL headers do not match your library
+#
+# Now run findssl.sh. This should identify the headers and libraries
+# present and their versions. You should be able to identify the
+# libraries and headers used and adjust your CFLAGS or remove incorrect
+# versions. The output will show OpenSSL's internal version identifier
+# and should look something like:
+
+# $ ./findssl.sh
+# Searching for OpenSSL header files.
+# 0x0090604fL /usr/include/openssl/opensslv.h
+# 0x0090604fL /usr/local/ssl/include/openssl/opensslv.h
+#
+# Searching for OpenSSL shared library files.
+# 0x0090602fL /lib/libcrypto.so.0.9.6b
+# 0x0090602fL /lib/libcrypto.so.2
+# 0x0090581fL /usr/lib/libcrypto.so.0
+# 0x0090602fL /usr/lib/libcrypto.so
+# 0x0090581fL /usr/lib/libcrypto.so.0.9.5a
+# 0x0090600fL /usr/lib/libcrypto.so.0.9.6
+# 0x0090600fL /usr/lib/libcrypto.so.1
+#
+# Searching for OpenSSL static library files.
+# 0x0090602fL /usr/lib/libcrypto.a
+# 0x0090604fL /usr/local/ssl/lib/libcrypto.a
+#
+# In this example, I gave configure no extra flags, so it's picking up
+# the OpenSSL header from /usr/include/openssl (90604f) and the library
+# from /usr/lib/ (90602f).
+
+#
+# Adjust these to suit your compiler.
+# You may also need to set the *LIB*PATH environment variables if
+# DEFAULT_LIBPATH is not correct for your system.
+#
+CC=gcc
+STATIC=-static
+
+#
+# Set up conftest C source
+#
+rm -f findssl.log
+cat >conftest.c <<EOD
+#include <stdio.h>
+int main(){printf("0x%08xL\n", SSLeay());}
+EOD
+
+#
+# Set default library paths if not already set
+#
+DEFAULT_LIBPATH=/usr/lib:/usr/local/lib
+LIBPATH=${LIBPATH:=$DEFAULT_LIBPATH}
+LD_LIBRARY_PATH=${LD_LIBRARY_PATH:=$DEFAULT_LIBPATH}
+LIBRARY_PATH=${LIBRARY_PATH:=$DEFAULT_LIBPATH}
+export LIBPATH LD_LIBRARY_PATH LIBRARY_PATH
+
+#
+# Search for OpenSSL headers and print versions
+#
+echo Searching for OpenSSL header files.
+if [ -x "`which locate`" ]
+then
+ headers=`locate opensslv.h`
+else
+ headers=`find / -name opensslv.h -print 2>/dev/null`
+fi
+
+for header in $headers
+do
+ ver=`awk '/OPENSSL_VERSION_NUMBER/{printf \$3}' $header`
+ echo "$ver $header"
+done
+echo
+
+#
+# Search for shared libraries.
+# Relies on shared libraries looking like "libcrypto.s*"
+#
+echo Searching for OpenSSL shared library files.
+if [ -x "`which locate`" ]
+then
+ libraries=`locate libcrypto.s`
+else
+ libraries=`find / -name 'libcrypto.s*' -print 2>/dev/null`
+fi
+
+for lib in $libraries
+do
+ (echo "Trying libcrypto $lib" >>findssl.log
+ dir=`dirname $lib`
+ LIBPATH="$dir:$LIBPATH"
+ LD_LIBRARY_PATH="$dir:$LIBPATH"
+ LIBRARY_PATH="$dir:$LIBPATH"
+ export LIBPATH LD_LIBRARY_PATH LIBRARY_PATH
+ ${CC} -o conftest conftest.c $lib 2>>findssl.log
+ if [ -x ./conftest ]
+ then
+ ver=`./conftest 2>/dev/null`
+ rm -f ./conftest
+ echo "$ver $lib"
+ fi)
+done
+echo
+
+#
+# Search for static OpenSSL libraries and print versions
+#
+echo Searching for OpenSSL static library files.
+if [ -x "`which locate`" ]
+then
+ libraries=`locate libcrypto.a`
+else
+ libraries=`find / -name libcrypto.a -print 2>/dev/null`
+fi
+
+for lib in $libraries
+do
+ libdir=`dirname $lib`
+ echo "Trying libcrypto $lib" >>findssl.log
+ ${CC} ${STATIC} -o conftest conftest.c -L${libdir} -lcrypto 2>>findssl.log
+ if [ -x ./conftest ]
+ then
+ ver=`./conftest 2>/dev/null`
+ rm -f ./conftest
+ echo "$ver $lib"
+ fi
+done
+
+#
+# Clean up
+#
+rm -f conftest.c