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win32 exe linked with -lssl -lcrypt

ml@smtp.fakessh.eu

hello sir and doctor
i am a little question concerning the presence of libssl.dll
libcrypt.dll into the win32 standard system or OS

into linux this lib are very standard
its the same when are the poor win32 OS  is ready





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RE: win32 exe linked with -lssl -lcrypt

Dave Thompson-5
> From: [hidden email] On Behalf Of ml
> Sent: Sunday, 14 October, 2012 17:54

> i am a little question concerning the presence of libssl.dll
> libcrypt.dll into the win32 standard system or OS
>
> into linux this lib are very standard
> its the same when are the poor win32 OS  is ready
>
OpenSSL is not provided with (any version of) Windows.

Convenient Windows-style installers for current default builds
are available from http://slproweb.com/products/Win32OpenSSL.html 
or you can build from source if you want.

For historical reasons, the default library names on Windows
are libeay32 and ssleay32 instead of libcrypt and libssl.


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RE: win32 exe linked with -lssl -lcrypt

ml@smtp.fakessh.eu
Le dimanche 14 octobre 2012 à 18:10 -0400, Dave Thompson a écrit :

> > From: [hidden email] On Behalf Of ml
> > Sent: Sunday, 14 October, 2012 17:54
>
> > i am a little question concerning the presence of libssl.dll
> > libcrypt.dll into the win32 standard system or OS
> >
> > into linux this lib are very standard
> > its the same when are the poor win32 OS  is ready
> >
> OpenSSL is not provided with (any version of) Windows.
>
> Convenient Windows-style installers for current default builds
> are available from http://slproweb.com/products/Win32OpenSSL.html 
> or you can build from source if you want.
>
> For historical reasons, the default library names on Windows
> are libeay32 and ssleay32 instead of libcrypt and libssl.
>
>

donc microsoft and openssl are not welcome
 and what are the chances of finding the system openssl
I understand that- -lssl -lcrypt and must be installed but what are the
chances of finding already installed on a system can be normal

any percentage of chance for common systeme
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RE: win32 exe linked with -lssl -lcrypt

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> From: ml [mailto:[hidden email]]
> Sent: Sunday, October 14, 2012 11:33 PM
>
> Le dimanche 14 octobre 2012 à 18:10 -0400, Dave Thompson a écrit :
> > > From: [hidden email] On Behalf Of ml
> > > Sent: Sunday, 14 October, 2012 17:54
> >
> > > i am a little question concerning the presence of libssl.dll
> > > libcrypt.dll into the win32 standard system or OS
> > >
> > > into linux this lib are very standard
> > > its the same when are the poor win32 OS  is ready
> >
> > OpenSSL is not provided with (any version of) Windows.
> >
> > Convenient Windows-style installers for current default builds
> > are available from http://slproweb.com/products/Win32OpenSSL.html
> > or you can build from source if you want.
> >
> > For historical reasons, the default library names on Windows
> > are libeay32 and ssleay32 instead of libcrypt and libssl.
>
> donc microsoft and openssl are not welcome
>  and what are the chances of finding the system openssl
> I understand that- -lssl -lcrypt and must be installed but what are the
> chances of finding already installed on a system can be normal
>
> any percentage of chance for common systeme

Approximately zero.
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Re: win32 exe linked with -lssl -lcrypt

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On 10/14/2012 11:53 PM, ml wrote:
> hello sir and doctor
> i am a little question concerning the presence of libssl.dll
> libcrypt.dll into the win32 standard system or OS
>
> into linux this lib are very standard
> its the same when are the poor win32 OS  is ready

If it is a question, the answer is no.
You can find OpenSSL DLLs precompiled for Windows on the Internet,
though, it is much simpler to download it than compile it yourself,
unless you need to be sure the code hasn't been tampered!

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