1.Does it have 64-bit support? If not, which version(s)
support 64-bit arch?
2.RHEL version(s) supported
3.GCC version(s) supported
Thanks and regards,
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On Fri, Jul 15, 2011 at 01:17:36PM +0800, Kumar, Nilesh wrote:
> I have few queries regarding OpenSSl 0.9.8 :
> 1. Does it have 64-bit support? If not, which version(s) support
> 64-bit arch?
Yes, on many 64-bit CPU architectures.
> 2. RHEL version(s) supported
None. The software is distributed in source form, and is Linux distribution
agnostic. You can build OpenSSL on almost Unix-like platforms, and also on
Windows. Your Linux distribution may include a version of OpenSSL.