[asterisk-users] pjsip startup errors when using "with-ssl" configure option

Patrick Wakano pwakano at gmail.com
Tue Feb 25 16:37:00 CST 2020

That makes sense Kevin!
Thanks for the explanation, I will create a ticket for this then!

Kinds regards,
Patrick Wakano

On Wed, 26 Feb 2020 at 09:33, Kevin Harwell <kharwell at digium.com> wrote:

> On Tue, Feb 25, 2020 at 4:02 PM Patrick Wakano <pwakano at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Kevin!
>> Thanks very much for your reply! Much appreciated!
> You're welcome!
>> So I just have a remaining question from this, if the with-ssl is not
>> mandatory to have the encryption support, what is it actually used for?
> In Asterisk is allows you to set a path to the openssl files. Typically
> used if your install of openssl is in a non-default alternative location.
> For example:
>     --with-ssl=/path/to/ssl_files
> I'm not really sure how Asterisk accepts the parameter without a file path
> specified. My guess is it either uses the default path, or potentially sets
> some flag meaning ssl is required.
>> Maybe it is some old flag which is not needed anymore and so can be
>> ignored for now and possibly removed from the configure/makefile stuff for
>> future releases?
> See above. The flag is still needed in Asterisk. However, the setting
> appears to propagate in some way into the bundled pjproject configuration.
> This is in some way affecting the build of pjproject, then subsequently
> causing res_pjsip in Asterisk to not load at runtime. Further investigation
> is required as to why though.
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> Kevin Harwell
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