[opus] compiling Opus at home (dangerous)

Chris McGowan chris at anthum.com
Fri May 25 19:01:45 UTC 2018

If you don't need HTTP/URL features you could pass the  --disable-http
flag to   configure , which removes the SSL dependency.

Otherwise, you could try setting DEPS_CFLAGS and DEPS_LIBS env variables to
the path of openssl before you run configure

DEPS_LIBS="-L/usr/local/opt/openssl/lib -lopenssl"
./configure --disable-doc --disable-examples

On Fri, May 25, 2018 at 2:43 PM, ongaku zettai <sergeinakamoto at gmail.com>

> help compiling Opus!
> i'm stuck at opusfile.
> configure says i don't have openssl package installed but Debian 9.4
> thinks i do.
> this Debian only have Opus 1.2-alpha2 package, so i need to compile Opus
> by myself.
> seems even Debian developers having trouble compiling latest versions of
> Opus,
> what chances do i have to succeed?
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