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 In Linux, Mystic looks for Cryptlib in the "​libcl.so"​ file, which must be created by compiling the source code. In Linux, Mystic looks for Cryptlib in the "​libcl.so"​ file, which must be created by compiling the source code.
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 +For many installs of Linux the compiler setup is not included by default, check by typing in a terminal:
 +  whereis gcc
 +
 +You should see several locations (like)
 +  gcc: /​usr/​bin/​gcc /​usr/​lib/​gcc /​usr/​bin/​X11/​gcc /​usr/​share/​man/​man1/​gcc.1.gz
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 +If you get no locations you need to install it, using a terminal do:
 +
 +  sudo apt-get update
 +  sudo apt-get install build-essential manpages-dev
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 +Then check again with '​whereis gcc' to make sure.
  
 The source is contained in the above download section. ​ Once the file has been downloaded, it must be extracted into its own directory on the Linux machine. ​ The archive has source files that are stored in the Windows format, so it must be extracted and converted to Linux format. ​ This can be done by using the "​-a"​ option of unzip. ​ **If this step is skipped, the source code will not properly compile**. The source is contained in the above download section. ​ Once the file has been downloaded, it must be extracted into its own directory on the Linux machine. ​ The archive has source files that are stored in the Windows format, so it must be extracted and converted to Linux format. ​ This can be done by using the "​-a"​ option of unzip. ​ **If this step is skipped, the source code will not properly compile**.
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