Easy noob question

Pete Wright pete at nomadlogic.org
Tue Jul 9 16:11:54 UTC 2019

On 7/9/19 3:38 AM, Jaap Akkerhuis via Unbound-users wrote:
> Alternatively, you could use the port system to build it yourself, that
> will take care of the dependencies.
> OpenSSL is quite a hurdle if you want to build stuff from scratch
> because there are three flavors on FreeBSD. The one in the base
> system. and two versions in the ports three. Since they all install
> libraries in the same place so you have to change it for every
> application. That is done in /etc/make.conf as in

minor nit here, the ports versions of openssl will be installed under 
/usr/local whereas the base openssl is installed under /usr/.

> The base version has, as far as I know, OpenSSL 1.0.2s 28 May 2019.
this is true for 12.0-RELEASE, the upcoming 12.1-RELEASE (as well as 
12-STABLE) are currently at v1.1.1c.


Pete Wright
pete at nomadlogic.org

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