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Re: [tor-talk] building tor-0.2.3.15-alpha on Ubuntu
On May 20, 2012, at 9:32 AM, BigTor wrote:
> Because I guess there's a better way to build Tor from source on my
> Ubuntu 12.04 box than I do, I ask for some help. I want to build Tor
> from source with my build-from-source openssl 1.0.1c. My OpenSSL install
> is in /usr/local/ssl/ , there are the libcrypto.a and libssl.a files.
> I try to start building Tor with
> ./configure --enable-static-openssl --with-openssl-dir=/usr/local/ssl/
> but whatever I do at the end, ending with slash or without, it results
> in the error message
> configure: error: "You must specify an explicit --with-openssl-dir=x
> option when using --enable-static-openssl"
> The only way I found to build Tor with my own install of openssl, is when
> I comment out lines 7178 till 7182 in the configure script and add the line
> TOR_OPENSSL_LIBS="/usr/local/ssl/libssl.a /usr/local/ssl/libcrypto.a"
> After this, I check with `ldd ./src/or/tor` if there's libssl/libcrypto
> linked, and there's not, so correct.
> I build Tor this way from tor-0.2.3.12 - tor-0.2.3.15. There has to be a
> better way to building Tor from source, without editing the configure
> script, is there?
Tor's configure script is known to be broken when trying to link against
static openssl ( https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/ticket/4692 ).
The workaround is to make sure you don't only build static openssl libs,
or - even better - you try out the patch in the ticket I linked to and
give feedback on the bugtracker.
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