SLES 11 sp3/sp2 32 bit devel packages missing

Hi,

I am not able to find openssl-devel, libopenssl-devel for sles 11 sp2/ sp3 32 bit operating system. And for sles11 64bit we can find libopenssl-devel and zlib-devel manually but couldn’t find openssl-devel.

I tried finding these packages in OS image, but these were not there.

Can any one help me out.

Thanks,
Ajay

On 12/06/2013 09:44, Arunangsuse wrote:
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I am not able to find openssl-devel, libopenssl-devel for sles 11 sp2/
sp3 32 bit operating system. And for sles11 64bit we can find
libopenssl-devel and zlib-devel manually but couldn’t find
openssl-devel.

I tried finding these packages in OS image, but these were not there.

Can any one help me out.[/color]

The libopenssl-devel and zlib-devel packages are included on DVD1 for
the appropriate SDK.

Please also note that since SLES11 SP3 has not yet been released any
media/repositories may be incomplete.

HTH.

Simon
Novell Knowledge Partner


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Hi Simon,

Thanks for your quick reply.

I got these packages (libopenssl-devel and zlib-devel ) for both sp2/sp3 (32 & 64 bit), but i couldn’t find openssl-devel in these SDK (in 3 of the dvd).

I am working on ruby and during building the project i am getting “can not load such file - zlib”.

Can you help me for this issue.

Thanks,
Ajay

On 12/06/2013 11:44, Arunangsuse wrote:
[color=blue]

Thanks for your quick reply.

I got these packages (libopenssl-devel and zlib-devel ) for both
sp2/sp3 (32 & 64 bit), but i couldn’t find openssl-devel in these SDK
(in 3 of the dvd).

I am working on ruby and during building the project i am getting “can
not load such file - zlib”.

Can you help me for this issue.[/color]

With SLE11 libopenssl-devel is the equivalent of openssl-devel so
installing that package should provide the dependencies for anything
asking for openssl-devel.

HTH.

Simon
Novell Knowledge Partner


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Thanks Simon it worked.

I’m looking for zlib-devel on the SLES11 SP3 DVD1 and it is NOT there! I’m also looking for git-core.

I can find both of these in opensuse repositories. But there are many dependent packages that would require downgrade or deinstallation so it’s not feasible.

Can anyone help?

[QUOTE=Simon Flood;13981]On 12/06/2013 09:44, Arunangsuse wrote:
[color=blue]

I am not able to find openssl-devel, libopenssl-devel for sles 11 sp2/
sp3 32 bit operating system. And for sles11 64bit we can find
libopenssl-devel and zlib-devel manually but couldn’t find
openssl-devel.

I tried finding these packages in OS image, but these were not there.

Can any one help me out.[/color]

The libopenssl-devel and zlib-devel packages are included on DVD1 for
the appropriate SDK.

Please also note that since SLES11 SP3 has not yet been released any
media/repositories may be incomplete.

HTH.

Simon
Novell Knowledge Partner


Do you work with Novell technologies at a university, college or school?
If so, your campus could benefit from joining the Technology Transfer
Partner (TTP) program. See novell.com/ttp for more details.
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[QUOTE=pgillis;28506]I’m looking for zlib-devel on the SLES11 SP3 DVD1 and it is NOT there! I’m also looking for git-core.

I can find both of these in opensuse repositories. But there are many dependent packages that would require downgrade or deinstallation so it’s not feasible.

Can anyone help?[/QUOTE]

zlib-devel is located in the SDK, see here how to add that repo: https://www.novell.com/support/kb/doc.php?id=7015337

Thomas

[QUOTE=thsundel;28516]zlib-devel is located in the SDK, see here how to add that repo: https://www.novell.com/support/kb/doc.php?id=7015337

Thomas[/QUOTE]

Oh and git-core is also there.

Thomas