On Sun, 10 Sep 2000, Mark Hittinger wrote:
> It may be because of something screwy that I did, I had been cvsup'ing from
> cvsup3. Saw the note about 3 not having a full crypto mirror so I tried a
> cvsup from 2 and make world completed, but when running ssh I get this:
> /usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: /usr/lib/libcrypto.so.1: Undefined symbol "RSA_PKCS1"
> Restoring a libcrypto.so.1 from an earlier backup gets things going again.
> Just blue skying for a minute here, but I wonder if it might be possible to
> make a short list of critical utilities that depend on some of these
> critical libraries. It would be quite helpful to test the libraries with
> the criticial utilities prior to installing them. How many times have we
> blown our libc.so and then we are really inconvenienced? This one is not
> as bad as a libc.so hose though.
Every library is critical for something..the key is to not make mistakes,
or to have a backup plan when you do :-)
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