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cryptlib [2018/12/28 18:07]
g00r00 [Downloading Cryptlib]
cryptlib [2019/03/10 11:41] (current)
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 The following steps can be executed to compile and install Cryptlib: The following steps can be executed to compile and install Cryptlib:
  
-  * Download the source code .zip into its own directory (lets say /cryptlib and cl3431.zip for this example) +  * Download the source code .zip into its own directory (lets say /cryptlib and cl3441.zip for this example) 
-  * Switch to the /cryptlib directory where the cl3431.zip is located +  * Switch to the /cryptlib directory where the cl3441.zip is located 
-  * Type "unzip -a cl3431.zip" to extract the source code ZIP into the /cryptlib directory+  * Type "unzip -a cl3441.zip" to extract the source code ZIP into the /cryptlib directory
   * Type "sudo make shared"​   * Type "sudo make shared"​
-  * Type "ls libcl*.so*"​ to see the name of the generated library. ​ For example: libcl.so.3.4.3+  * Type "ls libcl*.so*"​ to see the name of the generated library. ​ For example: libcl.so.3.4.4
   * Move the library into the library path and rename it so that Mystic will find it.  Execute the following:   * Move the library into the library path and rename it so that Mystic will find it.  Execute the following:
-  * "sudo mv libcl.so.3.4./​usr/​lib/​libcl.so"​+  * "sudo mv libcl.so.3.4./​usr/​lib/​libcl.so"​
  
 You can now delete the /cryptlib directory if you wish.  The library is installed and read to be used by Mystic! You can now delete the /cryptlib directory if you wish.  The library is installed and read to be used by Mystic!
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 The following steps can be executed to compile and install Cryptlib: The following steps can be executed to compile and install Cryptlib:
  
-  * Download the source code .zip into its own directory (lets say /cryptlib and cl3431.zip for this example) +  * Download the source code .zip into its own directory (lets say /cryptlib and cl3441.zip for this example) 
-  * Switch to the /cryptlib directory where the cl3431.zip is located +  * Switch to the /cryptlib directory where the cl3441.zip is located 
-  * Type "unzip -a cl3431.zip" to extract the source code ZIP into the /cryptlib directory+  * Type "unzip -a cl3441.zip" to extract the source code ZIP into the /cryptlib directory
   * Type "sudo make shared"​   * Type "sudo make shared"​
-  * Type "ls libcl*.dylib*"​ to see the name of the generated library. ​ For example: libcl.3.4.3.dylib+  * Type "ls libcl*.dylib*"​ to see the name of the generated library. ​ For example: libcl.3.4.4.dylib
   * Move the library into the library path and rename it so that Mystic will find it.  Execute the following:   * Move the library into the library path and rename it so that Mystic will find it.  Execute the following:
-  * "sudo mv libcl.3.4.3.dylib /​usr/​lib/​libcl.dylib"​+  * "sudo mv libcl.3.4.4.dylib /​usr/​lib/​libcl.dylib"​
  
 You can now delete the /cryptlib directory if you wish.  The library is installed and read to be used by Mystic! You can now delete the /cryptlib directory if you wish.  The library is installed and read to be used by Mystic!
  
cryptlib.txt · Last modified: 2019/03/10 11:41 by g00r00