UBUNTU wget question

  coubury 01:36 03 Mar 2008
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ok im downloading openSSL

[email protected]:~$ wget click here
--01:25:29-- click here
=> `openssl-fips-1.1.2.tar.gz'
Resolving click here... 195.30.6.166
Connecting to click here|195.30.6.166|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 3,269,831 (3.1M) [application/x-tar]

100%[====================================>] 3,269,831 39.20K/s ETA 00:00

01:26:51 (40.82 KB/s) - `openssl-fips-1.1.2.tar.gz' saved [3269831/3269831]

[email protected]:~$

so thats saved what commands do i use to install it then?

  coubury 01:44 03 Mar 2008

ok i done this tar xvf openssl-fips-1.1.2.tar.gz

and aload of files poped up like this

openssl-fips-1.1.2/times/091/
openssl-fips-1.1.2/times/091/r4400.irx
openssl-fips-1.1.2/times/091/mips-rel.pl
openssl-fips-1.1.2/times/091/586-100.lnx
openssl-fips-1.1.2/times/091/alpha164.osf
openssl-fips-1.1.2/times/091/alpha164.lnx
openssl-fips-1.1.2/times/091/alpha064.osf
openssl-fips-1.1.2/times/091/r10000.irx
openssl-fips-1.1.2/times/091/486-50.nt
openssl-fips-1.1.2/times/091/686-200.lnx
openssl-fips-1.1.2/times/091/r3000.ult
openssl-fips-1.1.2/times/091/68000.bsd
openssl-fips-1.1.2/times/5.lnx
openssl-fips-1.1.2/times/sgi.t
openssl-fips-1.1.2/times/dgux-x86.t
openssl-fips-1.1.2/times/sparc.t
openssl-fips-1.1.2/INSTALL.DJGPP
[email protected]:~$


just not sure what to do next

  LastChip 02:19 03 Mar 2008

click here and have a look under "Quick Start".

You've "unzipped" (decompressed) the files, now you have to install it.

  coubury 02:50 03 Mar 2008

[email protected]:~$ ./configure
bash: ./configure: No such file or directory
[email protected]:~$ make
make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found. Stop.
[email protected]:~$ sude make install
bash: sude: command not found
[email protected]:~$ ./config
bash: ./config: No such file or directory
[email protected]:~$ make
make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found. Stop.
[email protected]:~$ make test
make: *** No rule to make target `test'. Stop.
[email protected]:~$ make install
make: *** No rule to make target `install'. Stop.

  LastChip 20:58 03 Mar 2008

Your installation has to be done as "root". In order to do this in Ubuntu, you have to prefix each command with "sudo", so the first command will look like this:

sudo ./config

then:

sudo make

and so on.

If that still fails, check the list above "Quick Start" to see that you have the correct packages installed. You can do this in your package manager, possibly Synaptic.

Further information is available at "Installation in detail" further down the page on the link I gave you.

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