I tried installing openssl using the ports tree. No problem with make install clean.
I have installed ldap (root). Started it, no problem. I can write to it and everything is happy.
zimbra ldap is still looking for a library.
/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: /lib/libc.so.7: version FSBD_1.1 required by /opt/zimbra/openldap/sbin/slapd not found.
There is a libc.so.7 in the lib directory. So I have no idea what version FSBD_1.1 means. But it is annoying.
Running FreeBSD 7.0-RELEASE. 7.1 and 7.2 do not work. Some kind of kernel halt just after fxp0. I tried upgrading using the traditional method, new installs, and finally through //eople.freebsd etc. Only the people config version was able to get me from 6.4 to 7.0. Otherwise I would be locked into 6.4 only.
Zimbra was installed using packages from solko which I know were compiled for 7.2. So already a problem. But then I cannot seem to get the patch and code to compile the traditional way. So I am left with only packages. I'm so close I can feel it.
Is there a way of reinstalling/recompiling just the zimbra version of ldap? Is there some trick to make my libc.so.7 version 1.1? How do I know what version it is.
There has got to be a way of beating this. Please help.
P.S. libc.so.7 does not exist in /opt/zimbra/lib only /lib. Maybe I'll try ln to the main base lib