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Mar 7, 2003, 10:14 AM

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Re: [Jasmine] PPM install of SSLeay

THANK YOU! You gave me a good hint. I downgraded to ActivePerl and now I have the following ssl stuf available, which is all i need:

4. Crypt-OpenSSL-Random [0.03]
5. Crypt-OpenSSL-RSA [0.12]
6. Crypt-SSLeay [0.17.1] OpenSSL glue that provides LWP https support
7. IO-Socket-SSL [0.75] a SSL socket interface class
8. Net-Daemon-SSL [1.0] perl extensions for portable ssl daemons
9. Net-Server [0.81] Extensible, general Perl server engine
10. Net_SSLeay [1.05] Perl extension for using OpenSSL
11. OpenCA-OpenSSL [0.4.51] Perl Crypto Extention to OpenSSL

Unfortunately, I cannot install any of them. When I try typing 'install Net_SSLeay' in PPM, I get the following message: Error: no suitable installation target found for package Crypt-SSLeay. This is because the PPM packages that are available are UNIX packages and not Windows packages. Here is my 'describe' output in PPM:

ppm> describe Net_SSLeay
Name: Net_SSLeay
Version: 1.21
Author: Sampo Kellomaki (
Title: Net_SSLeay
Abstract: Perl extension for using OpenSSL or SSLeay
Location: ActiveState PPM2 Repository
Available Platforms:
1. i686-linux-thread-multi

NOTE: I tried 'install Time::HiRes' and that worked fine.

At this point, I think I am going to go back to Perl 5.8 and try to compile it manually again using CPAN. Im not expecting to be successful.

(This post was edited by mozkill on Mar 7, 2003, 11:08 AM)

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Post edited by mozkill (Novice) on Mar 7, 2003, 10:20 AM
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Post edited by mozkill (Novice) on Mar 7, 2003, 10:26 AM
Post edited by mozkill (Novice) on Mar 7, 2003, 11:08 AM

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