-rpath linker option?

I’m having trouble with dll hell on Debian and Ubuntu with OpenSSL.
Debian and Ubuntu insist on runtime linking with the copy in /usr/lib.
Fedora and Red Hat are OK because they don’t use OpenSSL by default,
so they are not present in /usr/lib.

I’ve tried specifying a rpath in ld options:

–with-ld-opt="-rpath=$OPENSSL_LIB_DIR -ldl"

That results in:

checking for C compiler … found

  • using GNU C compiler
    checking for --with-ld-opt="-rpath=/usr/local/ssl/lib -ldl" … not
    found
    ./auto/configure: error: the invalid value in
    –with-ld-opt="-rpath=/usr/local/ssl/lib -ldl"

The path is valid:

$ ls /usr/local/ssl/lib
engines libcrypto.so libssl.a libssl.so.1.0.0
libcrypto.a libcrypto.so.1.0.0 libssl.so pkgconfig

LD_LIBRARY_PATH and LD_PRELOAD tricks don’t work because they are
dropped when running as root.

Any ideas how to proceed?

Hello!

On Fri, Jan 03, 2014 at 12:18:27AM -0500, Jeffrey W. wrote:

checking for C compiler … found

  • using GNU C compiler
    checking for --with-ld-opt="-rpath=/usr/local/ssl/lib -ldl" … not found
    ./auto/configure: error: the invalid value in
    –with-ld-opt="-rpath=/usr/local/ssl/lib -ldl"

Try looking into objs/autoconf.err. Most likely, your cc want it
to be spelled like “-Wl,-rpath=…”.


Maxim D.
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