November 18th, 2003, 07:54 PM
Bah on RH 9
I use Rh at work since the students either use RH or Suse. This gives me a chance to play with updates by RH and such fun things. I recently got RH 9 from Linux User and Developer so I thought I'd upgrade my work install. As luck would have it I went to do a live demonstration of nmap and got a weird error.
Apparently RH 9 upgraded their OpenSSL from 0.9.6b to 0.9.7. *BAH* I recompiled and still got the error.Very weird. So I did a little search and thought I'd try the rpm install. The install went and the program worked flawlessly. Weird.
error while loading shared libraries: libssl.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
I decided to try ettercap (another fun class tool). Same error. Recompile. Same error. Download RPM. It tells me this time that it's missing dependencies. So I went back to rpmfind.net and downloaded (and installed) the OpenSSL 0.9.6b. Now everything seems happy (until I find something else to break).
So if you run into this.. that's how you fix it.
November 18th, 2003, 08:24 PM
I didn't have that problems when I used RedHat 9. I had a few other ones though, I forget now what they were, but I moved to SuSE and SuSE was amazing.
November 18th, 2003, 08:49 PM
Hey MsMittens, is that a patched version of 0.9.6b? There were a whole lot of vulnerabilities found and fixed...the latest version of 0.9.6 is l, released 4 Nov...
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November 18th, 2003, 10:16 PM
Ok.. What a bizarre numbering scheme. They go from 0.9.6k to 0.9.7c to 0.9.6l!??! Geez.. Looking at their site I see:
the latest version of 0.9.6 is l, released 4 Nov...
I think they are updating 0.9.6l with patches but major changes were done with 0.9.7[whatever letter]. This might explain why I saw libssl3 rather than libssl2.
2183726 Nov 4 12:53:03 2003 openssl-0.9.6l.tar.gz
2183608 Sep 30 14:50:16 2003 openssl-0.9.6k.tar.gz
2791797 Sep 30 14:50:15 2003 openssl-0.9.7c.tar.gz [LATEST]
Geez.. I don't know if it's patched version or not. All I know I was pissed off and then made it work. So I was happy.
I know it was 0.9.7 (at least that was what was responding to queries through RPM and locate). Maybe it was 0.9.7a.