> -----Original Message-----
> From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
> [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Jerry Seutter
> Sent: Tuesday, July 12, 2005 1:01 PM
> To: Dan Kohn; git@vger.kernel.org
> Subject: RE: Compilation troubles
> 
>  
> 
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
> > [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Dan Kohn
> > Sent: Tuesday, July 12, 2005 12:34 PM
> > To: git@vger.kernel.org
> > Subject: Compilation troubles
> > 
> > I apologize for what are probably obvious compilation 
> questions, but I
> > suspect other newbies are encountering them as well.  I'm 
> > having trouble
> > installing cogito 0.12.1 on both a vanilla Ubuntu box and on 
> > my account
> > on a FreeBSD machine.  I'm used to autoconf-built programs, 
> so there's
> > probably just some simple library path I'm not setting up 
> right.  But
> > I'd appreciate your suggestions, and perhaps we can add the 
> answer to
> > the INSTALL file.
> > 
> > UBUNTU 5.04
> > 
> > I used synaptics to install openssl, zlib, and curl, but 
> cogito can't
> > seem to see them.
> > 
> > [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/local/src/cogito-0.12.1 # make
> > cc -g -O2 -Wall  '-DSHA1_HEADER=<openssl/sha.h>'   -c -o 
> read-cache.o
> > read-cache.c
> > In file included from read-cache.c:6:
> > cache.h:21:21: openssl/sha.h: No such file or directory
> 
> I tried this last night with Ubuntu (Warty).  The openssl package
> doesn't include header files so presumably you would need to install
> openssl-dev, only that package doesn't seem to exist in 
> Ubuntu-land.  I
> gave up at this point and installed on a different system.
> 
> The README file for cogito/git mentions that there is an ssl library
> included in the source which you can use if you don't have 
> openssl.  It
> doesn't give any directions on how to use it, however.  You could try
> looking into using that.
> 

If you build the openssl package from source, it builds a libssl-dev
package that you can install on your system.  Do something like:

mkdir -p /tmp/tmp && cd /tmp/tmp
apt-get source openssl
sudo ./openssl-0.9.7d/debian/rules binary
sudo dpkg -i libssl-dev_0.9.7d-3ubuntu0.1_i386.deb

then you should be able to build past the openssl part.  Presumably
you'll have to do something similar for libcurl, but I haven't tried it.

Jerry Seutter
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