[opus] openssl-dev, libtool, shared vs static

Emily Bowman silverbacknet at gmail.com
Wed Nov 20 00:11:38 UTC 2019

To build anything that needs openssl libraries on Ubuntu, you run

sudo apt-get install libssl-dev

For libtool, the package is either libtool, or libtool-bin on newer
Ubuntu. Of course shared libraries won't be created if you don't have

Aside from that, there should be error messages or warnings in the
configure or the make process. Can you attach those full logs, if you
can't find the error?

Emily Bowman

On Tue, Nov 19, 2019 at 11:11 AM ongaku zettai <sergeinakamoto at gmail.com>

> Hello! Trying to compile, build, install and run Opus.
> My config: Ubuntu console (Windows 10 app).
> First problem, configure says openssl is missing.
> My system says that i have openssl already.
> Which openssl does it need?
> Using aptitude, i've installed everything with openssl name in it.
> That's tons of files and gigabytes of data. But it worked somehow.
> Second problem, flac-1.3.2 - autogen.sh says missing program: libtool.
> Removed "libtool" requirment from autogen.sh. It solves.
> Built opus-tools, but not done yet!
> Third problem: opusenc: error while loading shared libraries:
> libopusenc.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory.
> Same problems i've encountered running original Debian.
> Now running "make clean" then "configure --enable-static",
> "make" and "sudo make install" for all 6 packages...
> opusenc still cannot find libraries... Unsolved.
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