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Building OpenSSL 0.9.8d

Building a Web Server, for Windows


  • Microsoft Visual C++
    [we will use Visual Studio 98 / VC++ 6.0]
    [Visual Studio .NET will also work with the same instructions]
  • Perl
    [native Perl, not Cygwin Perl]
  • Notes: When using the command-line (command-shell) with VC++, always set the Build Environment and update the System PATH to reflect the tools used in the build --> Guide: Working with the Command Shell


Our Configuration

  • Install to : C:\www\openssl
  • Module type : dynamically loaded modules, *.so
  • openssl.cnf location : C:\www\openssl\bin

Build, Test, and Install OpenSSL

Open a comand-line interface, with the Build Environment set and the System PATH containing the path to perl.exe.

  • > cd /d C:\build\openssl-0.9.8d
  • > perl Configure enable-camellia --openssldir=C:/www/openssl VC-WIN32
    ['enable-camellia' enables the symmetric cipher 'Camellia' (128-bit, 192-bit, 256-bit key versions), which is now available for royalty-free use]
    [--openssldir=DIR specifies the install location]
    [note the unix forward style slashes(/), instead of windows style back slashes(\)]
Add Assembly Functions

Note that if your Compiler or System does not include MASM (ml.exe error): start over and run 'ms\do_ms' under this step instead.

Use x86 assembly functions for performance improvements...

> ms\do_masm
Build, Test, Install
  • > nmake -f ms\ntdll.mak
  • > nmake -f ms\ntdll.mak test
  • > nmake -f ms\ntdll.mak install

Add OpenSSL to the PATH

  • Set PATH under Start » Settings » Control Panel » System » Advanced » Environment Variables » System variables » Path
    • C:\www\openssl\bin


  • > openssl version
  • ['OpenSSL 0.9.8d 28 Sep 2006']
  • > openssl s_client -connect
  • [connect to server on SSL port]
  • GET / HTTP/1.0 [Enter twice]
  • [display front page]