* Ben Ocean ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) [Dec 22. 2001 11:54]:

> Well, that got me headed in the right direction. I ended up combining all 
> the commands on one line and removing the references to openssl (I'll mess 
> with that later) and it worked. I have no_idea why...

If you installed openssl from something like an rpm or deb package, you
may need to get the -dev version which contains all the libraries
configure is looking for. You may only have the shared libraries and
configure is looking for the header files, etc. If you install those,
configure might properly pick up openssl.

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