Solaris 9 gcc 64-bit build with openssl - Protocols

This is a discussion on Solaris 9 gcc 64-bit build with openssl - Protocols ; I've got the CKU-211 release of Kermit. On my Solaris 9 build box, I've got GCC 3.4.2, and a 64-bit build of openSSL 0.9.7e. I see from the makefile that this configuration has not been set up. Has anybody done ...

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  1. Solaris 9 gcc 64-bit build with openssl

    I've got the CKU-211 release of Kermit. On my Solaris 9 build box,
    I've got GCC 3.4.2, and a 64-bit build of openSSL 0.9.7e.

    I see from the makefile that this configuration has not been set up.
    Has anybody done any work with this. What I'm looking for is a
    solaris9g64+openssl+zlib+pam+shadow
    build.

    Am I on my own here? Asking before I go forward reinventing the
    wheel. This isn't a must-have, but I am already using the 64-bit
    openSSL elsewhere.

    Hank

  2. Re: Solaris 9 gcc 64-bit build with openssl

    Henry van Cleef wrote:

    > I've got the CKU-211 release of Kermit. On my Solaris 9 build box,
    > I've got GCC 3.4.2, and a 64-bit build of openSSL 0.9.7e.
    >
    > I see from the makefile that this configuration has not been set up.
    > Has anybody done any work with this. What I'm looking for is a
    > solaris9g64+openssl+zlib+pam+shadow
    > build.
    >
    > Am I on my own here? Asking before I go forward reinventing the
    > wheel. This isn't a must-have, but I am already using the 64-bit
    > openSSL elsewhere.
    >
    > Hank


    If you want to use a 64-bit build of OpenSSL then you will have
    to build C-Kermit for 64-bit. There may also need to be some
    changes to the ck_ssl.c module to support the 64-bit OpenSSL
    interface.

    Jeffrey Altman
    Secure Endpoints Inc.

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