OpenSSL is currently in a release cycle. The fifth beta is now
released. The beta release is available for download via HTTP and
FTP from the following master locations (the various FTP mirrors you
can find under http://www.openssl.org/source/mirror.html):
Since the fourth beta, the following has happened:
- Changed -m486 to -march=i486 in Configure.
- Added a new NetWare target that uses BSD sockets.
- Propagate INSTALL_PREFIX to inner Makefiles.
- Make it possible to read files larger than 2GB with the FILE
- Enhance cipher suite parsing.
- Other bug fixes...
The best way, at least on Unix, to create a report is to do the
following after configuration:
That will do a few basic checks of the compiler and bc, then build
and run the tests. The result will appear on screen and in the file
"testlog". Please read the report before sending it to us. There
may be problems that we can't solve for you, like missing programs.
The OpenSSL Project Team...
Mark J. Cox Nils Larsch Ulf Möller
Ralf S. Engelschall Ben Laurie Andy Polyakov
Dr. Stephen Henson Richard Levitte Geoff Thorpe
Lutz Jänicke Bodo Möller
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