Slight correction to this post ...
I see that the openssl096* files fix this problem -- one of these. So,
the bug is more of a missing dependency.
Janina Sajka writes:
From: Janina Sajka <janina(a)rednote.net>
As in the past, please pardon my inability to use Bugzilla effectively
when reporting problems. It just doesn't support my eyes-free UI well
I have a fresh install of Severn. Launching lynx fails with the error
"error while loading shared libraries. Cannot load modules libssl.so.2
rpm -qi --redhatprovides and --whatprovides is, however, ignorant of
this object. Wasn't it part of OpenSSL?
PS: Yes, some of us still love and use our lynx! <grin>
I use a true mobile also... works perfect.
I have also used Lucents Ornioco. It too worked which is basically the
Scott Seagroves wrote:
On Mon, 2003-08-11 at 13:25, Aaron Bennett wrote:
Does anyone have a solid suggestion? I know that cards based on the
orinoco chipset *should* work, as should intersil cards. What I need is
a brand/model. I'm going nuts looking through resellers' sites trying
to figure out what card is based on what chipset. It's maddening, in
I use a Dell Truemobile 1150, which is supposedly (according to the kind
folks at yahoo group linux-dell-laptops) a rebranded Orinoco Gold card.
It works like a charm on RH9, automatically coming up with the
You can get this card pretty cheap, try froogle.google.com
. BUT BEWARE
of the newer Truemobile 1180, which uses one of those
not-yet-supported-under-linux Broadcom chipsets.
hope that helps,
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