This article is totaly irrelevant, it just took me far too long to find it, I am not going to loose this link. (hopefully the next time I'll have to install oracle on linux, it will be version 10g, and hopefully, the install process will be bug free)
[Full-Disclosure] new ssh exploit? It was difficult because the configure option
--with-ssl-diris not explicit: should point to you openSSL installation directory, in fact it should point to your openssl include files, while you configure by another mean (LD_LIBRARY_PATH) the location of the library. This means the configure script doesn't take into account the particular version of openSSL I want to use. and I have to launch configure with
LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/path/to/openssl/lib ./configure --with-ssl-dir=/path/to/openssl/includemake is alsmost no problem after you edit the Makefile to replace -L/path/to/openssl/include with -L/path/to/openssl/lib As far as I understand, the specified ssl-dir must contains both the include and lib dir at the same level.