Thanks for bringing back openssl support. I've read about it in another
post from you:
"Note that LibreSSL is my target, OpenSSL is only supported as long as
it doesn't get in my way and make the code full of ifdefs. I think we'll
be fine for the years to come..."
so I've thought my setup was broken and as the 6.4.2p1 release was
relatively recently, I suspected it to being somewhat close to git.
Completely wrong here, thanks to Reio for the heads up, the git version
build fine with just some warnings. So I will continue my quest for
lightweight lmtp delivery at the end of the week.
Thanks to all for your help again
Am 02.09.19 um 16:29 schrieb gil...@poolp.org:
September 2, 2019 9:48 AM, "Ede Wolf" <lis...@nebelschwaden.de> wrote:
trying to compile opensmtp it fails with openssl errors, so I've tried to
at configure time, as at least for testing and learning the basics it is not
really that important,
but it does not seem to get honored.
Any idea, what I may have to change?
In case anybody has an idea for building with openssl, here are the final words
of the compiler:
OpenSMTPD no longer supports OpenSSL but I made it build again, so the
next release (6.6.0) due in a few weeks will build fine for you on any
supported system that ships with OpenSSL 1.1.x.
There is no way to disable TLS support, this is a mandatory dependency
just like libevent.