Re: Initial SSL connection problem with libcurl
Date: Fri, 2 May 2003 10:17:57 -0400 (EDT)
>>[You could consider the libcurl mailing list for topics such as this, as there's a huge crowd of libcurlers on that list, most of them not reading this list...]
Ok, from now on I will. Sorry about that.
>>This is what I love about distributions doing their own patching and version<br>numbering. Now what on the earth is "7.10.2-35" ?
Good question. I just was reading off the information given
to me in YaST2.
>>Which version was the previous one?
curl-7.10.2 which I downloaded/installed from the main
curl web site.
>> Do you run a ipv6-enabled kernel?
I'm not sure. I have not recompiled the kernel yet since
the installation of SuSE 8.2 and so I am using the default
kernel that was shipped (2.4.20).
>>Are you using a sane version of glibc?
Yup, and also gcc 3.3.
>>If Suse is like Redhat in this aspect, they may have shipped whatever version they found lying around when it was time for release...
I doubt this. I tried to remove the curl package using rpm -e
and discovered that YOU (YaST Online Update) depends on that
package so I couldn't uninstall it.
I guess I will try to install the old version that worked. I just
have to make sure I don't overwrite the "other" version that SuSE's
YOU uses in the process.
Thanks for your help,
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Received on 2003-05-02