George Sanders wrote: > > > ----- Original Message ---- > >> From: Gary Gatten <ggat...@waddell.com> >> To: George Sanders <gosand1...@yahoo.com>; email@example.com >> Sent: Wed, October 28, 2009 11:01:35 AM >> Subject: RE: How do I replace the built-in OpenSSL with a source tarball ? >> >> Maybe remove the existing package first? And try to use a pkg if you >> can for the new one. >> > > > > Yes, but I still won't know how to put the new version in _exactly the same > place_ as the one I just removed. > > For complex reasons of space and tools (embedded system, etc.) I do indeed > need to use the source tarball. > > So I'd like to know what configure directive to feed to it to properly and > _exactly_ replace the existing FreeBSD default OpenSSL... > > Thanks. > Well the base openssl is held in /usr/src/crypto/openssl but the makefile is in /usr/src/secure/usr.bin/openssl so I'd look at those. I'm in no way knowledgeable about openssl or how its integrated into freebsd though, this is just from a quick look at the sources.
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