My error was in downloading and using the openssl as listed in the README instead of the native-installed openssl-0.9.8e. When I skipped the download and build openssl steps and skipped right to "make" it appears to work and doing "echo 'Yet another test' | mixminion -t <foo@bar>" works without error. praedor On Thursday 27 December 2007 09:55:43 am Praedor Atrebates wrote: > This is the only conclusion I can come to at this point. I have been using > the latest cvs, which builds and installs fine but always fails the "make > test" part of the build: > > make test > python -tt setup.py run --subcommand=unittests > Using OpenSSL from ./contrib/openssl > Host is little-endian > /usr/lib/python2.5/config/Makefile > running run > running build > running build_py > running build_ext > running build_scripts > copying and adjusting build/mixminion -> build/scripts-2.5 > copying and adjusting build/mixminiond -> build/scripts-2.5 > ................/bin/sh: line 2: 21154 Illegal instruction $PYTHON -tt > setup.py run --subcommand=unittests > make: *** [test] Error 132 > > The "make test" run ALMOST works for the stable build, getting quite far > along before it craps out with a slew of errors via python2.5. I don't > have a copy of those errors right now because I removed that version of > mixminion and reinstalled the latest cvs again. > > praedor -- "It does me no harm that my neighbor worships 20 gods, or no God." - Thomas Jefferson
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