Brendan Kennedy wrote:
This might be useful - it is from 'Building a Server with FreeBSD 7' by
I ran the openssl updgrade (to OpenSSL 0.9.8d), but it seems the
original openssl libs are still being used for SSH session creation
and other system crypto functionality.
What are the final steps needed to allow all user space programs to
use the upgraded OpenSSL?
Is there a good guide for this kind of upgrade somewhere?
Default search path for /usr/local, where local software is typically
installed, is near the end of the path statement, after base command paths.
Edit /root/.cshrc as follows:
a) comment out the existing or default 'set path' statement by preceding
it with a hash mark (#)
b) insert this statement: set path = (/usr/local/sbin /usr/local/bin
/usr/sbin /usr/bin /sbin /bin $HOME/bin)
hope this works
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