There is no library or symbolic link libxmlsec1-openssl.so essential for some applications. Creating a symbolic link to / usr/lib/libxmlsec1-openssl.so.1 solve the problem, it might be available in the next updates.
Out of curiosity, what is it essential for ? What is using it ?
I do not think I expressed myself correctly, mean that some programs may require this library. We have developed a business management software in Brazil that uses this library, but I've seen other applications that also made use of this library, just do not remember.
Marcelo E. Geyer
(In reply to comment #1)
> Out of curiosity, what is it essential for ? What is using it ?
xmlsec1 command line tool shipped in xmlsec1 package. ;)
libxmlsec1-<crypto>.so symlink is provided by xmlsec1-<crypto>-devel packages, but they should not be required for xmlsec1 to work, right?
$ rpm -qa 'xmlsec1*'
$ ls -l /usr/lib64/libxmlsec1* | sed 's,^.*/usr/,/usr/,'
/usr/lib64/libxmlsec1-gnutls.so.1 -> libxmlsec1-gnutls.so.1.2.12
/usr/lib64/libxmlsec1-nss.so.1 -> libxmlsec1-nss.so.1.2.12
/usr/lib64/libxmlsec1-openssl.so.1 -> libxmlsec1-openssl.so.1.2.12
/usr/lib64/libxmlsec1.so.1 -> libxmlsec1.so.1.2.12
/usr/bin/xmlsec1 --verify --crypto <crypto> /dev/null
Error: unable to load xmlsec-<crypto> library. Make sure that you have
this it installed, check shared libraries path (LD_LIBRARY_PATH)
envornment variable or use "--crypto" option to specify different
For <crypto> openssl, nss and gnutls.
See also bug #520362, which is for EL5.
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