On 08/03/2016 05:23 PM, Alice Wonder wrote: > On 08/03/2016 05:20 PM, Alice Wonder wrote: >> On 08/03/2016 05:11 PM, Alice Wonder wrote: >>> I'm having a major frustration with curl. >>> >>> When building curl, if libssl.so.10 is present the curl binary WILL link >>> against it. >> >> *snip* >> >> Go ahead and ldd on the CentOS curl binary and library - you will see >> openssl linked even though the spec file has --disable-ssl and >> --enable-nss >> >> It's clearly broken. >> > > And building the CentOS curl package doesn't even BuildRequires the > openssl-devel package. > > It's linking against a library it doesn't have the headers for. > > That's broken. I haven't looked at how curl is built, butit is likely that the build links against some other package that is, in turn, built against OpenSSL. You would not need the openssl-devel package to do that, only the runtime libraries. It looks like that package could be libssh2... T.