how to get tls support for OpenBSD

Asked by buzzdee on 2009-08-30

Hi,

I tried Coccinella on OpenBSD and was unable to use any kind of encrypted communication, because it seems tls is missing for OpenBSD. After fiddling around in the tcl source, I figured it sets the binPath to .../Coccinella-0.96.12Src/bin/unix/OpenBSD/i686 which is not existent. Under Unix there is only Linux and NetBSD. As I've not yet figured out where the *so files come from, I've no idea, how that might have been added or e.g. NetBSD (as I have seen in Coccinella 0.95.4, there is no NetBSD path below unix yet).

cheers,
Sebastian

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sander
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2009-09-10
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2009-08-30
Best sander (s-devrieze) said : #1

You need to compile the dependencies and put the binaries in the required directories: http://coccinella.im/build/dependencies

Afterwards, you can run Coccinella from source: http://coccinella.im/node/84

Or you can build a binary for OpenBSD: http://coccinella.im/build/coccinella

buzzdee (sebastia) said : #2

Thanks, I got that working. I compiled tcltls separately and installed it into the system, afterwards it started to work.

cheers
Sebastian

buzzdee (sebastia) said : #3

Thanks sander, that solved my question.