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#1 2004-03-20 12:53:03

Arielext
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new openssl breaks gnome

some gnome apps like gnome-control-center won't start because they are build against openssl-0.9.6. Don't know about other packages since I'm running kde.


apt-get install arch

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#2 2004-03-20 13:05:13

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Re: new openssl breaks gnome

... but kde is running with 0.9.7d without problems?


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#3 2004-03-20 13:29:23

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Re: new openssl breaks gnome

openssl is updated to 0.9.7d ... and this causes that a lot of pkgs must be rebuilt


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#4 2004-03-20 13:42:52

Arielext
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Re: new openssl breaks gnome

dp wrote:

... but kde is running with 0.9.7d without problems?

no problems so far


apt-get install arch

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#5 2004-03-20 14:11:36

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Re: new openssl breaks gnome

Arielext wrote:
dp wrote:

... but kde is running with 0.9.7d without problems?

no problems so far

i've built kdelibs now against openssl 0.9.7d, but it's 33MB and not not really funny uploading for me and all others to download, if it works also with the existent kdelibs ... on my vanilla arch 0.6 installation, kde runs also without problems with openssl 0.9.7d, so i'll upload the kdelibs 3.2.1-1 -> 3.2.1-2 only if i hear someone reporting trouble with openssl, ok?


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#6 2004-03-20 17:00:31

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Re: new openssl breaks gnome

Probably on a related note, since my pacman -Syu upgrade today, I get the following when I attempt to launch mutt:

mutt: error while loading shared libraries: libssl.so.0.9.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

What would be the best way to fix this?

Thanks.

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#7 2004-03-20 17:12:21

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Re: new openssl breaks gnome

mutt: if you can wait, wait that mutt that is built against openssl 0.9.7 to be released ... or use abs to build mutt on your machine

kde: kde_cups-stuff is broken: i have to release kde pkgs again for the openssl 0.9.7


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#8 2004-03-20 17:16:45

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Re: new openssl breaks gnome

All of the problems can be fixed with a simple rebuild. Ah, the wonders of ABS.

I wish Arch would have rebuilt EVERY package before they did this. I know it's a pain, but you can't expect people to work with broken packages.

So I'm holding off on the upgrade for now. I don't feel like rebuilding everything myself. wink


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#9 2004-03-20 17:33:01

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Re: new openssl breaks gnome

contrasutra wrote:

I wish Arch would have rebuilt EVERY package before they did this. I know it's a pain, but you can't expect people to work with broken packages.

all devs are working on rebuilding all needed pkgs ... the thing is that some pkgs depend on others; and not all are maintained by one person; and we do not live in one timezone :-)

but i miss some official news that would have said this before people start wondering


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#10 2004-03-20 17:40:37

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Re: new openssl breaks gnome

yes - this could have gone out with a warning. But on the other hand, I'm annoyed with myself for not thinking about the packages it would break before I did the upgrade.
Nevermind, ABS is near....

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#11 2004-03-20 20:06:19

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Re: new openssl breaks gnome

one of the thing that the devs used to use was their own wiki...do they still have this? is there not any attention paid to the section on package upgrading? there used to be a section in there about packages that needed to be upgraded when other packages were upgraded (ie what to upgrade after a kernel upgrade)? you coukld put this back into use maybe? timezones really do not work for an excuse imo.


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#12 2004-03-20 20:50:37

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Re: new openssl breaks gnome

A temporary solution is that before you upgrade, is to copy /usr/lib/libcrypto.so.9.6 and /usr/lib/libssl.so.9.6 to some temporary folder.  After you upgrade, copy the two files back to /usr/lib/.  Now you will have openssl 0.9.7 and openssl 0.9.6 installed side by side.   Programs that require 0.9.6 will continue to work, but any new programs that u make will use the new 0.9.7.  This is just a temporary solution until all the packages are rebuilt against the new openssl 0.9.7.  Once all packages have been updated, you can remove the old 0.9.6 libraries.  To see a rather complete list of what packages that require openssl, do

pacman -Qi openssl

I get this:

Required By    : control-center cups curl drscheme epiphany file-roller glade gnome-games gnome-panel gnome-vfs gnome-vfs-extras libbonoboui libsoup nmap openldap openssh python wget 

obviously, your list with be different, depending on what you have installed.

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#13 2004-03-20 22:29:13

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Re: new openssl breaks gnome

sarah31 wrote:

one of the thing that the devs used to use was their own wiki...do they still have this? is there not any attention paid to the section on package upgrading? there used to be a section in there about packages that needed to be upgraded when other packages were upgraded (ie what to upgrade after a kernel upgrade)? you coukld put this back into use maybe? timezones really do not work for an excuse imo.

the wiki exists and i added openssl from the list Judd provided what should need to be upgraded for the update of openssl --- we know what pkgs to rebuild, but the list is too long to be processed in some hours ... especially because it's a chain reaction: if you have to rebuild one pkg that needs another to be rebuild when this is rebuilt, then you have to rebuild a lot of them :-)

the timezones are not an excuse! i only mentioned it, because i got the message about updating-plans at 2 in the morning here, so it can take a day for all to be informed


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#14 2004-03-20 22:51:17

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Re: new openssl breaks gnome

What about having a life?  I was at a pub crawl last night, haven't been on the computer since 8:00 am friday.  I didn't hear about any of this till right now.  Good thing the packages I maintain aren't very important...


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#15 2004-03-20 23:15:11

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Re: new openssl breaks gnome

Xentac wrote:

What about having a life?

he he ... excelent point :-)


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#16 2004-03-21 00:53:41

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Re: new openssl breaks gnome

I've got to be a little more cautious before upgrading next time.  Sadly I've realized this has taken out both mutt AND Evolution for me.  sad   

I'm not yet familiar enough with ABS to fix the issue myself.  I'm going to start looking into that route, but hope the packages get updated soon as well  wink

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#17 2004-03-30 01:15:58

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Re: new openssl breaks gnome

Hi there,
Is this upgrade is fully done? Is there more packages to be re-built? I upgraded yesterday and it sucks...No gnome, liferea, kino, etc

Singarcher.

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