Ok i have finally managed to cross-compile openssl with fips for QNX platform. What i did wass modifing the fipsld script not to input this magical number[ $? -ne 42 ] && exit $? and the returned output of "${FIPS_SIG}" -exe "${TARGET}" was saved in SIG variable, because this line SIG=`"${TARGET}" tried to execute QNX compiled code on linux, what is rather impossible, to get the returned

May 09, 2016 · CROSS_COMPILE=arm-linux-gnueabi- ./Configure linux-armv4 make The package I used is gcc-arm-linux-gnueabi with all its dependencies, on Ubuntu 14.04. This comment has been minimized. I believe you need to cross-compile the openssl library first. Installing it merely on your host machine will not suffice, since your cross-compiler will need the ARM-version of it, so to speak. Also, I only configured with -openssl for run-time openssl support, not linked. @mariagiraldo: You can use -openssl with Linux. Dec 03, 2018 · It's a lot newer than OpenSSL, and doesn't provide any support for TLS 1.1 and older, or any known-insecure algorithms. As a consequence, it's a lot simpler than OpenSSL, and is built purely in Rust, so doesn't require any magic to cross-compile. Re: Cross compiling openssl + openssl-FIPS for mips-openwrt-linux-uclibc 1) I do not have the source from the CD yet, that is on the way. 2) I've looked, and I do not see a listing of FIPS qualified platforms. Dec 26, 2018 · I want to compile OpenSSL for ARM, but there's something wrong when I do the command "make install". Current machine: Target machine: The cross-compile tools on current machine is arm-linux-gnueabihf-gcc, as in "gcc-linaro-7.3-2018.05.ta Wait for the OpenSSL compile process. Note:--prefix and --openssldir = Set the output path of the OpenSSL. shared = force to create a shared library. zlib = enable the compression using zlib library. When the compile process is complete, install the OpenSSL using the command below. make install. OpenSSL is installed in the '/usr/local/ssl

However, it may be necessary in some cases to build a "cross" pkgconfig. Cross compiling dependencies. The below instructions assume CROSS_COMPILE is set to your toolchain (e.g. export CROSS_COMPILE=arm-none-linux-gnueabi- ) and DISCIMAGE is set to where you want to install. They also assume a Debian/Ubuntu based system - update as appropriate.

$ tar xvzf openssl-1.0.1 c. tar. gz $ cd openssl-1.0.1 c Check that gcc is in PATH, otherwise add it: change below command to match with your-side directory's exact name & letter-case & location: If using MinGW-builds toolchain (which is usually located outside of MSYS or MSYS2), then execute this in MSYS or in MSYS2:

Build curl and openssl for all android architectures - libcurl_builder.sh

Compile and Install into target. To ensure that the OpenSSL Makefile will find the cross-compile tools from the SDK, source the environment setup script from the SDK. The prompt will change to indicate that the tools are now in the current path.