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FS#21248 - [lib32-openssl] Picasa can't login to upload

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Opened by Robson Roberto Souza Peixoto (robsonpeixoto) - Thursday, 14 October 2010, 11:19 GMT
Last edited by Florian Pritz (bluewind) - Saturday, 19 February 2011, 17:12 GMT
Task Type Bug Report
Category Packages: Multilib
Status Closed
Assigned To Pierre Schmitz (Pierre)
Ionut Biru (wonder)
Florian Pritz (bluewind)
Jan Steffens (heftig)
Architecture All
Severity Medium
Priority Normal
Reported Version
Due in Version Undecided
Due Date Undecided
Percent Complete 100%
Votes 3
Private No


As can see on [1], the user domo solve the problem using the package openssl from '686' to solve the problem.

""" [from aur site by domo]
It looks like a problem with lib32-openssl pkg in Arch. When I was trying to run picasa from ubuntu repo it showed me information about missing 32 bit openssl library. It looked weird to me because I already have lib32-openssl...

What I've done?

I've downloaded and I unpacked it, then I copied: libssl.a libcrypto.a to /usr/lib32/

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Closed by  Florian Pritz (bluewind)
Saturday, 19 February 2011, 17:12 GMT
Reason for closing:  Duplicate
Additional comments about closing:   FS#22045 
Comment by Pawel (domo) - Sunday, 31 October 2010, 23:11 GMT
lib32-openssl doesn't include some file(s) from openssl from i686 package. I'm not sure which one, because I've copied all content without previous checking what's missing. Anyway, conclusion is that lib32-openssl is broken for me.
Comment by Ionut Biru (wonder) - Sunday, 31 October 2010, 23:37 GMT
to fix this issue we need to implement  FS#21216  for openssl. it gets his settings from the headers
Comment by Ionut Biru (wonder) - Sunday, 31 October 2010, 23:39 GMT;a=tree

fedora has opensslconf-new.h which points to x86_64 and i686 on different headers name.
same for opensslconf-new-warning.h
Comment by Pierre Schmitz (Pierre) - Monday, 01 November 2010, 10:50 GMT
Was this reported upstream?
Comment by Ionut Biru (wonder) - Monday, 01 November 2010, 10:56 GMT
why? is their way of handling configuration options and is more a packaging issue. i would prepare later some packages for testing
Comment by Jan Steffens (heftig) - Saturday, 11 December 2010, 23:52 GMT
Please try the packages from here: