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Thread: How can I installed a shared library (cryptlib)

  1. #11
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    Re: How can I installed a shared library (cryptlib)

    Yup I tried compiling but ran into errors on 64 bit, I tried on 32 bit 12.04 and had to comment out some NameThread calls in the source before it would eventually compile, but still no SSH lol.

    Wooooo


    Now that I say that i wonder if I should try compiling the cryptlib source as a 32 bit shared library and see if that works.


    KUJUA: I did what you said and it did show up in that command. Thanks.

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    Re: How can I installed a shared library (cryptlib)

    LOL.

    Victory is ourrrrssss guys!!!

    I compiled cryptlib on 10.04 32bit in a VM. I put it in the /opt/syncterm/lib directory
    I created two symlinks to it. libcl.so.3 and libcl.so.

    I ran sudo ldconfig launched syncterm and it connected using ssh

    Thanks. So in hindsight I probably needed to 1) compile as a 32 bit and 2) make a symlink to libcl.so.3 and libcl.so as you pointed out. I dont even know how you found out where to look in the source code but you did it man!

    Thanks

  3. #13
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    Re: How can I installed a shared library (cryptlib)

    Quite a roundabout way, but I'm glad it worked.

    It compiled fine on my Kubuntu 13.04 64-bit by the way. Although I didn't try compiling cryptlib.
    Anyway, nice!

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