Date: Sat, 1 Sep 2018 23:08:55 +0200 From: magnum <john.magnum@...hmail.com> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: Compilation JTR mac On 2018-08-30 10:36, Albert Veli wrote: > There are many homebrew users that stumble on exactly this issue. I think > we should add the homebrew OpenSSL location to the search path. At least if > it detects we are running under Darwin. We (sadly as in royal we) have now pushed a fix for this. It simply added /usr/local/opt/openssl/ to the search paths for "lib" and "include" and this works fine with Homebrew. If anyone is using Macports or whatever it's called and this still doesn't work - please shout and we'll look into it (you'll need to supply some information about how to fix it as well - royal we can't be arsed to try it out). To achieve this we had to disable pkg-config by default, because it's broken. Actually we can't remember having seen a non-broken pkg-config in our entire lifes so it's probably a good thing in most cases but it might break SOME other system (like, who knows what - Sparc with GNU addons?) so you could need to add --enable-pkg-config to the configure options on such system. We'd be interested in getting to know of that as well. Not wildly, but at least mildly. magnum > On Wed, Aug 29, 2018 at 10:38 PM magnum <john.magnum@...hmail.com> wrote: > >> On 2018-08-29 20:44, xxx xxx wrote: >>> Hi Magnum >>> >>> Why does not john the ripper search for what he needs? >>> >>> We just want to type "install" and that's it! >> >> The configure script does search in a number of standard places (most >> notably /usr/include and /usr/local/include but also a few more IIRC) >> and it works fine on most other OS's as far as I know. I have no idea >> why Homebrew and perhaps some others opt not to place it in >> /usr/local/include (OK admittedly I do know but I don't agree and it's >> another story). >> >> We can't just go searching the whole file space - that could take AGES >> and there's also the chance we'd end up using some version that was not >> meant to be used, like down a 7 year old backup folder of your >> sister-in-law's ex-boyfriend's old PC. Obviously we could search >> whatever would be the canonical place for explicitly finding Homebrew >> libs, but IMHO *they* should fix it. Or perhaps I'm missing some clever >> detail? >> >> On a side note there's a Homebrew package called john-jumbo but I >> believe that's the pre-archaic 1.8.0-jumbo-1 so better stay away from >> that. In this case they'd be better off using latest snapshot at any >> given time instead. >> >>> I don’t want read complex code, I’M STILL NEWBIE (since 2010) :) >> >> We know. Somehow you always make me smile :-) >> >> magnum >> >> >>>> Le 29 août 2018 à 20:25, magnum <john.magnum@...hmail.com> a écrit : >>>> >>>> On 2018-08-29 20:02, xxx xxx wrote: >>>>> I’m back, >>>> >>>> Great! >>>> >>>>> I would like compile JTR on Mac (OS X High Sierra 10.13.6 (17G65)) >>>>> I have openSSL installed >>>>> iMac-de-xxx:~ xxx$ openssl version >>>>> OpenSSL 1.0.2p 14 Aug 2018 >>>>> I get this error : >>>>> configure: error: in >> `/Users/xxx/Desktop/JohnTheRipper-bleeding-jumbo/src': >>>>> configure: error: JtR requires libssl being installed >>>>> See `config.log' for more details >>>>> Could you help ? >>>> >>>> You probably need to tell ./configure where your OpenSSL headers are >> located. There's an example for macOS in the last section of doc/INSTALL. >>>> >>>> magnum >>>> >>> >>> >> >> >> >
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