WTF installing googleearth breaks ssh

I tried installing googleearth both as an ordinary user and as root and when
I try to run it I get an error of

…/googleearth-bin: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/libssl.so.0.9.8: undefined
symbol: EVP_camellia_128_cbc

unless I install it as root and run it as root (obviously not a good idea).

The next thing I find is that attempting to log on to my server to do some
maintenance I get the same error message from ssh

ssh: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/libssl.so.0.9.8: undefined symbol:
EVP_camellia_128_cbc

I tried reinstalling libopenssl and libopenssl-devel but still got the
error. Eventually I just ran the uninstall script in googleearth and shh is
now Ok.

Has anyone else hit this with googleearth and is there a way of installing
it without screwing up ssh?

I’m running openSUSE 11.0 with KDE4 4.2 (Factory)

Alan

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I am having the same problem as you are with the same setup. Perhaps I will look into it more after class today.

same here as well… -.- just can’t get googleearth to work

The libcrypto.so that comes with googleearth is not compatible with libssl.so that is installed on OpenSUSE.

Just remove or rename libcrypto.so.0.9.8 in the ~/google-earth directory so that OpenSUSEs own libcrypto gets used instead.

Works… thanks…

Thanks…it works for me also. One question - it seems to run really slowly…it responds very slowly to mouse clicks. Any ideas why?

That sorts it :slight_smile:

I spent ages googling for a solution but could only find stuff relating to permissions problems which didn’t help.

Where did you find this info?

Alan

I am having the same problem as you are with the same setup. Perhaps I
will look into it more after class today.


KohlyKohl

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same here as well… -.- just can’t get googleearth to work


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The libcrypto.so that comes with googleearth is not compatible with
libssl.so that is installed on OpenSUSE.

Just remove or rename libcrypto.so.0.9.8 in the ~/google-earth
directory so that OpenSUSEs own libcrypto gets used instead.


woepaul

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woepaul;1937890 Wrote:
> The libcrypto.so that comes with googleearth is not compatible with
> libssl.so that is installed on OpenSUSE.
>
> Just remove or rename libcrypto.so.0.9.8 in the ~/google-earth
> directory so that OpenSUSEs own libcrypto gets used instead.

Works… thanks…


tasehagi

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Thanks…it works for me also. One question - it seems to run really
slowly…it responds very slowly to mouse clicks. Any ideas why?


robe13397

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That sorts it :slight_smile:

I spent ages googling for a solution but could only find stuff relating
to permissions problems which didn’t help.

Where did you find this info?

Alan


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