0.9.7l binaries show version as 0.9.8d in Solaris !!

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0.9.7l binaries show version as 0.9.8d in Solaris !!

Alaka Pathy
Hi All,

I recently built OpenSSL 0.9.7l binaries in a Solaris
machine.

When I check the version, I get as 0.9.8d, whereas for
Windows I do get the version correctly as 0.9.7l.

Is there a known issue ?

Output snippet from my server:

maa-view2% openssl
OpenSSL> version
OpenSSL 0.9.8d 28 Sep 2006
OpenSSL> quit

maa-view2% uname -a
SunOS maa-view2 5.8 Generic_117350-12 sun4u sparc
SUNW,Sun-Fire-480R

If anybody has come across this, please let me know.

Thanks in advance,
-Alaka






 
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Problems with BIGNUM math operations using BN_div.

Rafael Cividanes

Hi,
 
    I'm developing an application using OpenSSL math library BIGNUM. I'd like to make a division using the function BN_div(result, rest, a, b, ctx). However, this function return the result rounded towards zero.
 
    Does OpenSSL offer a way to compute this division without round the result, with another funcion for example?
 
    Thanks in advance,
 
 
        Rafael Cividanes.
 


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Re: Problems with BIGNUM math operations using BN_div.

Marek.Marcola
Hello,
>     I'm developing an application using OpenSSL math library BIGNUM.
> I'd like to make a division using the function BN_div(result, rest, a,
> b, ctx). However, this function return the result rounded towards
> zero.
>  
>     Does OpenSSL offer a way to compute this division without round
> the result, with another funcion for example?
OpenSSL BIGNUM library operates on integers, if you want floating-point
functionality on big-numbers then you may use GNU multiprecision library
(gmp) which offers such operations (with type mpf_t).

Best regards,
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Marek Marcola <[hidden email]>

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