peter at circlesquared.com
Wed Mar 17 09:26:11 PST 2004
samy lancher wrote:
> <top posting corrected...>
> */Peter Risdon <peter at circlesquared.com>/* wrote:
> samy lancher wrote:
> >Hello All,
> >I have a FreeBSD 4.5 server. I just installed imap-uw-2002d,1.tgz
> package and I have uncommented the IMAP line in inetd. I restarted
> the system. When i gave the command " telnet localhost 143" i got
> the following error
> >/usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: Shared Object libssl.SO.3 not found
> >Connection closed by foreign host.
> >I do not have openSSL installed in my system. I believe that
> imap-uw-2002d,1 package needs freebsd 4.7 or higher version. Is
> there any way to make IMAP work without upgrading anything?
> You either need to install it without ssl, or install openssl. To
> do the
> #cd /usr/ports/mail/imap-uw
> #make WITHOUT_SSL=yes install
>Can I do pkg_add imap-uw-2002d,1.tgz WITHOUT_SSL=yes
No, packages are binaries - already compiled. WITHOUT_SSL=yes is a
compile option. But you don't need to upgrade anything to use the port.
Is there a reason why you can't do this?
More information about the freebsd-questions