[oi-dev] PostgreSQL 9.1.3 requires OpenSSL 1.0.0

Igor Kozhukhov ikozhukhov at gmail.com
Fri Mar 2 12:39:39 UTC 2012

You can try to install libssl-1.0 from:

I have built userland with version 1.1.3
Maybe it will help you at first time.


On 3/2/12 2:33 PM, "Richard PALO" <richard.palo at baou.fr> wrote:

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>Well, from the PostgreSQL site:
>> Packages for OpenSolaris and Solaris 10 and 11 are available for
>> Sparc and i386 platforms.
>> Although produced by Oracle (previously Sun), these packages are
>> not officially supported by them.
>> Solaris packages are installed by unpacking the compressed tar
>> files directly into the install directory; see the README files for
>> details.
>> The Solaris PostgreSQL packages are maintained by Bjorn Munch at
>> Oracle, formerly at Sun Microsystems.
>I looked at pkg.openindiana.org/experimental, but I notice it at
>0.5.11-1.1 dated 19/112011 while I'm running /dev which is at
>0.5.11- dated 13/02/2012.
>I was under the impression that 'upgrading' downwards is rather
>difficult so when (?) will there be a version of experimental that's
>upgradeable from the latest /dev or rather when will /dev have
>openssl.1.0.0 is the better question.
>On the other hand, perhaps going back to SourceForge spec-files-extra
>is an option (or simply rebuilding manually). I'll check into that for
>the short term...
>Hopefully things will sync back up soon in OI, it's getting rather
>long to the next base level...
>Le 02/03/12 11:10, Alasdair Lumsden a écrit :
>> On 2 Mar 2012, at 05:48, Richard PALO wrote:
>>> bad news, the latest binary update from
>>> http://www.postgresql.org/ftp/binary/v9.1.3/solaris/solaris11/
>>> requires OpenSSL 1.0.0.
>> Boo! That sucks.
>>> (probably because Oracle compiled it)
>> Hmm, I have my doubts, as Oracle yanked all traces of Postgresql
>> out of Solaris 11. But who knows!
>>> So, the question is  will OpenSSL 1.0.0 make it into the
>>> upcoming stable release?
>> No, due to the huge number of things the version bump touches. But
>> it is in pkg.openindiana.org/experimental
>>> I guess one could also ask if a useable 9.1.3 pg release (with a
>>> compatible pgadmin) will make it into the base oi repositories?
>> If new versions of Postgresql arrive,  probably only into
>> /experimental and thus into the next /dev release after /stable
>> comes out.
>> Cheers,
>> Alasdair
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