Related to my thread about DNSCrypt, I need onessl compiled with gost-engine for it to work. I'm trying this on my own on the version of puppylinux called "precise" and if successful I will try it on other pups.
So far the issues that I've had are:
- I've tried the classic "configure" then make install
make install DESTDIR=/tmp/xxx
but this didn't build to the target director. It looks from the primary make file that instead there are two macros you are supposed to set depending on weather you you want want the target to apply recursively or not:
# BUILD_ONE_CMD is a macro to build a given target in a given
# subdirectory if that subdirectory is part of $(DIRS). It requires
# exactly the same shell variables as BUILD_CMD.
# RECURSIVE_BUILD_CMD is a macro to build a given target in all
# subdirectories defined in $(DIRS). It requires that the target
# is given through the shell variable `target'.
Needless to say I decide to try new2dir instead since this takes care of this stuff automatically. I'm not sure which version of new2dir I have.
new2dir worked as far as the compiling and creating a pet package went but looking inside the pet pacakage i found no "gost" shared libraries. I need to figure how to specify which ssl engines to include.
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