freeradius won't start due to heartbleed

Mike. the.lists at
Mon Jun 9 18:23:37 UTC 2014

Today seems to be my day for questions....

A short while ago, I installed the freeradius3 pkg.  The install went
well, but when I try to start up the server, I am greeted with this

20140609T140039.877931-0400 argosy radiusd[14761]: Refusing to start
with libssl version OpenSSL 1.0.1e-freebsd 11 Feb 2013 0x01000105f
(1.0.1e-15) (in range 1.0.1-0 - 1.0.1f-15)

I'm running FreeBSD 10.0, with patches up to and including

	20140605:       p5      FreeBSD-SA-14:14.openssl
      	  Fix OpenSSL multiple vulnerabilities. [SA-14:14]

built and installed.

# uname -r

So I'm thinking that openssl should be all patched up and ready to
go.  Unfortunately, the radiusd startup script is of a different

I'm sure I'm missing something obvious (again), but I've been staring
at this too long, and the solution eludes me.

Why does openssl still have the old version number?  What do I do
next, so that radiusd will start up?


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