On Fri, May 08, 2020 at 11:09:50AM +0300, Martin Grigorov wrote: > I still believe the problem is in the time needed to build OpenSSL, not in > apt[-get].
I agree that it's the most likely. > We can increase temporarily the travis_wait to 60 just to cache the build > of 1.1.1f and then remove '60' again. We don't know how long it gets cached so if we increase it we'll have to leave it. > Although if this is the problem then > 'travis_wait 60 ...' won't do any harm for the next builds because it will > use the cache and return in few secs. Sure. > I like the idea to install openssl with apt but I am not sure whether we > can do this *only* for ARM64. I think we can do it directly from the build-ssl script if needed. Basically something ugly more or less like this: if [ "$(uname -m)" = "aarch64" ]; then apt install ... ln -s /usr/lib64 $HOME/opt/lib ln -s /usr/inculde $HOME/opt/include exit 0 fi Willy