[arch-general] ImportError: libssl.so.0.9.8: -- do I just rebuild the AUR packages?
allan at archlinux.org
Sat Apr 17 22:50:25 EDT 2010
On 18/04/10 11:44, David C. Rankin wrote:
> On 04/17/2010 06:49 PM, Byron Clark wrote:
>>>> Thanks Byron,
>>>> The issue ended up being a new libssl version. Thankfully there was a
>>>> libssl-compatibility package in AUR that provided libssl.so.0.9.8.
>> That's one way to fix it. The other way is to rebuild rpm or whichever
>> of its dependencies link to libssl.so.
> That's where I have to get smarter and find out what tools I need to use to
> figure that answer out. Right now there are several dependencies for createrepo
> and I don't know which calls libssl or libkrb5:
> +-- rpm
> +-- yum-createrepo
> +-- yum
> +-- yum-metadata-parser
> +-- python-iniparse
> I guess one way would just be to rebuild everything and see if it fixes it, but
> there has to be some debugging tool that can ID who calls what. What say the
readelf -d $(pacman -Qql <pkg>) 2>/dev/null | grep libssl.so.0
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