security/openssl moved from libssl.so.7 to libssl.so.8 on
jerry at seibercom.net
Tue Apr 17 12:15:12 UTC 2012
On Mon, 16 Apr 2012 22:50:11 -0700
Jeff Kletsky articulated:
> I was pretty surprised today when I, after
> checking /usr/ports/UPDATING, updated security/openssl to find that a
> huge number of software bits no longer functioned, looking (in vain)
> for libssl.so.7
> Apparently the version was bumped
> --- ports/security/openssl/Makefile 2012/03/15 06:15:33
> 1.184 +++ ports/security/openssl/Makefile 2012/04/11
> 21:06:35 1.185
> -OPENSSL_SHLIBVER?= 7
> +OPENSSL_SHLIBVER?= 8
> but there was no notification in UPDATING that I could see.
> The first hint of problems was postfix failing to start, and things
> got worse from there.
> Forcibly removing openssl and reinstalling it from the RELEASE
> packages got me up and going again, but this was a bit of a surprise.
> For i386 --
> Should libssl.so.7 have been retained somehow?
> I upgraded using portmaster, it that provides any clues as to why it
> was or wasn't.
This is a case where "portmanager" just worked for me.
portmanager -u -l -y -p
It updated openssl and forced a rebuild of all ports that depended on
it. I rebooted the system and everything works fine.
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