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Authored by: Anonymous on Feb 27, '02 02:43:21PM

This hint relates specifically to Mac OS X (10.1). It can also apply to Darwin. The "Darwin Development Tools" include the neccessary headers for SSL, which were not included with the "Apple Developer Tools." You'll need to have both to be successful at securing Webmin.


I believe an Apple ADC membership is required to download the Apple dev tools. The Darwin tools require no membership.



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Easier solution
Authored by: sharrissf on Sep 24, '03 01:08:35AM

First, install webmin for os x.

http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/unix_open_source/webmininstaller.html

Next down load the package from cpan.
http://www.cpan.org/modules/by-module/Net/
get Net_SSLeay.pm-1.25.tar.gz

Then click on the Others item on the top left. Then click Perl Modules.

select
From uploaded file and pick Choose File and select the Net_SSLeay.pm-1.25.tar.gz

Then click install. For me that did the trick. Then I just went into my webmin settings and changed them to use ssl and I was all set.

Hope this helps as it is my FIRST OS X hints post



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Easier solution - problem on Panther
Authored by: browndavidb on Oct 27, '03 06:48:33AM

Hi I tried this, but got the following error


Error: Unable to locate installed Perl libraries or Perl source code.

It is recommended that you install perl in a standard location before
building extensions. Some precompiled versions of perl do not contain
these header files, so you cannot build extensions. In such a case,
please build and install your perl from a fresh perl distribution. It
usually solves this kind of problem.

(You get this message, because MakeMaker could not find "/System/Library/Perl/5.8.1/darwin-thread-mu
lti-2level/CORE/perl.h")
Checking if your kit is complete...
Looks good


How do I tell it where the Perl libraries are, i think it should be /System/Library/Perl/darwin/CORE ?


Cheers
David



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problem on Panther: no Perl
Authored by: mhopeng on Oct 08, '04 12:08:53PM

Sounds like you don't have the Developer Tools installed...



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