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Re: (tor + linux).install()
Thank's for the suggestions. I actually ended up compiling the tor
binary on a different machine with identical architecture, a fully
updated Ubuntu machine (complete with the latest versions of openssl /
libevent successfully installed), manually inserting the "-static"
compiler flag into the Makefile located in tor-dir/src/or. Then, I took
the binary and simply scp'ed it over the this bare-minimum machine.
This trick seemed to successfully eliminate the broken library dependencies.
tor user wrote:
--- Jon McLachlan <mcla0181@xxxxxxx> wrote:
I have a bare-minimum linux box, much like a
planetlab node that I'd
like to use to deploy a Tor relay. In installing
Tor, I am having
trouble satisfying the dependencies for the latest
stable tor linux
source tarball (tor-0.1.2.18.tar.gz). I (believe I)
installed the latest stable version of libevent,
(libevent-1.3e.tar.gz). The "make verify" of the
library seemed to pass all provided tests. However,
when I run
"./configure" in the untared tor-dir, I receive the
following error message:
checking for u_int16_t... yes
checking for u_int8_t... yes
checking for libevent directory... (system)
checking whether we need extra options to link
error: Found linkable libevent in (system), but it
doesn't run, even
with -R. Maybe specify another using
Any advice, comments, or suggestions on why this
might be happening or
how to go about satisfying this dependency would be
very much appreciated.
You probably forgot to run ldconfig after installing
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