Re: afppasswd error (new to nslu2)
- You may want to try "ipkg update" and "ipkg upgrade". If that does not solve it, look for the library in the repository with "ipkg list|grep libcryp". Also, you may need to install openssl "ipkg install openssl".
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "grmbl_98" <mike.reys@...> wrote:
> I've followed the instructions installing optware on my PogoPlug (trying to make the best out of a poor choice). I'm getting on pretty well, although some things aren't ideal.
> I've arrived at trying to create a Time Machine and been wanting to do as suggested on http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/HowTo/TimeMachineBackups. The supplement for Plug computers.
> Via ordinary AFP, things didn't work out, but that wasn't really meant for my hardware anyway.
> I installed netatalk, libgcrypt, dbus, avahi. I've set up the users an groups.
> But when I want to create an afp password via "afppasswd -a someusername", I'm receiving an error that I don't know how to resolve at first sight, nor via googling.
> afppasswd: error while loading shared libraries: libcrypto.so.0.9.8: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
> I don't see libcrypto.so.0.9.8 in my /opt/lib, and was wondering whether the problem is with the netatalk package referring to old libraries, or whether a newer version of libgcrypt doesn't come with libcrypto.so anymore?
> Or it might be something completely different, as I'm pretty confused right now ;-)