[RESOLVED] where is openssl command



  • Hi community,
    I have been looking openssl to create certificate but havent found. Openvpn-openssl package contains openssl or some kind?
    Indeed installation of openvpn-openssl returns error message about kernel dependency.

    Collected errors:

    • satisfy_dependencies_for: Cannot satisfy the following dependencies for openvpn-openssl:
    • kernel (= 3.18.23-1-b2f200610f46d20ef52d269421369d0c) *
    • opkg_install_cmd: Cannot install package openvpn-openssl.


  • @Zafer-Demirsoy That error message indicates that the kernel version on the Omega does not match that required for the openvpn-openssl package.
    While it is possible to override this dependency using the -force-depends on the opkg install command, this is not normally recommended.

    If all you want is the openssl command itself, it is available in the openssl-util package. Use:

    • opkg install openssl-util

    This does install OK and gives one the openssl command.

    Hope that helps.



  • Great, I havent realized that, thanks.


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