LibreSSL infects ports, causes problems
bdrewery at FreeBSD.org
Thu Apr 9 02:37:59 UTC 2015
On 4/8/2015 2:56 PM, Christian Weisgerber wrote:
> It looks like our already complicated situation with base OpenSSL
> and ports OpenSSL got even messier with the addition of LibreSSL.
> I recently installed security/libressl for the pending net/openntpd
> update (*). Now when I try to pkg delete it again, I get this:
> Installed packages to be REMOVED:
> Obviously LibreSSL has "infected" various other ports that happened
> to be recompiled while it was installed on the system. I'm glad
> that pkg(1) detects this, but the situation is certainly a surprise.
> Why did I want to remove LibreSSL, you ask? Because lang/python27
> also picks it up, fails to build the _ssl module due to a missing
> RAND_egd(), and finally errors out on install.
> *) There is an interoperability problem with LibreSSL and ca_root_nss,
> which causes OpenNTPD's new https constraints feature to fail, which
> is why I haven't updated the net/openntpd yet.
Are you mixing ports and packages?
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