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_hashlib portability issue

Hi all,

I build python 2.5 on linux-x86-64 (centos).
Why is lib-dynload/_hashlib.so dynamically linked with libssl.so.0.9.7
and not with libssl.so that points on it (same thing for libcrypto.so)?
This causes problems when copying all the python distribution and
running it on a different os, where the theses lib versions are not
allways the same.
Is it possible to configure that ?



Jun 26 '07 #1
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