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I’m running RT 3.4.2 on FreeBSD 5.4-RELEASE. I just upgraded OpenSSL from
0.9.7e to 0.9.8a. I then reinstalled p5-Crypt-SSLeay, plus some other
modules(*), which depended on OpenSSL.
Now I find that rt-mailgate crashes. My RT URL is https, so I guess it
uses the SSLeay perl module. But when I originally did a 'pkg_info -rR’
for OpenSSL, RT didn’t show up as requiring it.
Now I don’t know what to do.
Since rt-mailgate seems to use LWP::UserAgent, I tried reinstalling that,
from CPAN. But I get the same symptom:
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
Any suggestions, short of reinstalling RT (would that even help)?
If I use an ‘http’ url, rt-mailgate doesn’t crash. (Unfortunately, this
doesn’t do me much good).
(*) I couldn’t use portupgrade, because it requires ruby. And I couldn’t
install ruby because it requires the new OpenSSL. So, I decided to use
’pkg_info -rR’ to see what depended on OpenSSL and came up with four
mysql-server p5-Crypt-SSLeay p5-perl-ldap qpopper
After upgrading OpenSSL, I installed/reinstalled the above 4 modules.
And now rt-mailgate dumps core when I run it against an https url.
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