On Mon, 12 Apr 2004, Jamie wrote:Tried upgrading openssl this morning on a 4.9REL machine with ports.
I went into /usr/ports/security/openssl and ran:
make -DOPENSSL_OVERWRITE_BASE=yes install
When it was through building, it didn't over-write the /usr/bin/openssl binary, but it did install the new openssl in /usr/local/bin.
What am I missing here? The makefile has this line in it:
I can't understand why it would put it in /usr/local.
I was able to get it built correctly without the =yes appended to the option.
The correct syntax for assigning a value to a make variable would be
make OPENSSL_OVERWRITE_BASE=yes install
This can be important in cases where just defining the variable with '-D' is not enough.
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