[pypy-dev] question re: ancient SSL requirement of pypy

Dale Hubler dhubler at u.washington.edu
Mon Feb 13 23:42:16 CET 2012


Hello,

I was requested to install pypy but our computers appear to be too new 
to run it, having libssl.so.0.9.8e among other newer items.   This 
confuses me because the web page for pypy shows a 2011 date and blog 
entries from 2012.   Can 2005 SSL really be a requirement, I am unable 
to install such an old item on a cluster where this software might be used.

I looked at the pypy site but cannot find any supported platforms, 
install guide, etc.   I am trying this on RedHat EL 5.   I tried the 
binary release, but it also had the same error, no libssl.so.0.9.8, 
which is true, my systems are updated.  I must be missing something.   
Do you have any links or other on-line info explaining how to build pypy.  

thanks,
Dale

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Dale Hubler    dhubler at uw.edu (206) 685-4035
Senior Computer Specialist 
University of Washington Genome Sciences Dept.



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