source: general/genlib/openssl/openssl-exp.xml@ 8ce6dfd

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2<title>Command explanations</title>
4<para><option>no-rc5 no-idea</option>: When added to the
5<command>./config</command> command, this will eliminate the building of those
6encryption methods. Patent licenses may be needed for you to utilize either of
7those methods in your projects.</para>
9<para><command>rm doc/apps/passwd.pod </command>: This command prevents
10<application>Open<acronym>SSL</acronym></application> from installing its
11passwd man page over an existing man page with the same name.</para>
13<para><screen><command>make MANDIR=/usr/share/man
14make MANDIR=/usr/share/man install</command></screen> These
15commands install <application>OpenSSL</application> with the man pages
16in <filename class='directory'>/usr/share/man</filename> instead of the
17default which is <filename class='directory'>/etc/ssl/man</filename>.</para>
19<para><command>rmdir /etc/ssl/lib</command>: This is simply a tidy-up command.
20For some reason, the <application>openssl</application> install routine creates
21the <filename class='directory'>/etc/ssl/lib</filename> directory even though
22the libraries have been installed in
23<filename class='directory'>/usr/lib</filename>. We remove it to keep things
24nice and tidy!</para>
26<para><command>chmod 755 /usr/lib/pkgconfig</command>: The installation
27process modifies the rights on this directory to mode 644. This command
28restores the permissions to the setting prior to installation (mode 755).</para>
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