These are chat archives for highfidelity/hifi

16th
Mar 2017
Abhishek Chawla
@abhishekchawla
Mar 16 2017 15:59
Hey @themelissabrown yes! I tried logging in on worklist but it doesn’t show me as logged in and as such I can’t bid for jobs
Melissa Brown
@themelissabrown
Mar 16 2017 17:07
well that's odd. Let me see if I can find out why for you.
You might need to clear your cookies for it and refresh. But I'll see if I can find you in our system.
Trent Polack
@mittens
Mar 16 2017 19:42
I'm getting this while trying to build the project: -- Could NOT find NSIGHT (missing: NSIGHT_INCLUDE_DIRS NSIGHT_LIBRARIES)
but I didn't see anything about that as a dependency
Trent Polack
@mittens
Mar 16 2017 20:02
blob
Clément Brisset
@Atlante45
Mar 16 2017 20:48
Hi @mittens, this is not a required dependency. This is only needed when doing GPU debugging.
You should be able to continue without it.
There are a few libraries like that.
Trent Polack
@mittens
Mar 16 2017 20:48
well, the openssl thing is the hangup right now
Clément Brisset
@Atlante45
Mar 16 2017 20:49
If it's not mentioned in the build doc, then you most likely don't need it to build.
Trent Polack
@mittens
Mar 16 2017 20:49
i thought it was an x86 v x64 thing, but just to double check i rebuilt all the things under x64
CMake Error at C:/Program Files/CMake/share/cmake-3.8/Modules/FindPackageHandleStandardArgs.cmake:137 (message): Could NOT find OpenSSL, try to set the path to OpenSSL root folder in the system variable OPENSSL_ROOT_DIR (missing: OPENSSL_LIBRARIES) (found version "1.1.1")
still getting that constantly
which is currently set to: C:/Program Files/OpenSSL, which is where i just built the openssl project to
now, i have VS2013/2015/2017 all installed on my system, but I still ensured that it was built using the 2013 developer cmd prompt (after running vsvarsall amd64 & perl Configure VC-WIN64A)
Clément Brisset
@Atlante45
Mar 16 2017 20:53
Looking at the screenshot you posted, it looks inside C:\Program Files (x86), not C:\Program Files.
Trent Polack
@mittens
Mar 16 2017 20:53
yeah, i fixed that after posting it
Clément Brisset
@Atlante45
Mar 16 2017 20:54
Did you define OPENSSL_ROOT_DIR in your environment?
Oh awesome
Trent Polack
@mittens
Mar 16 2017 20:54
OPENSSL_CONF C:\Program Files\OpenSSL\bin\openssl.cfg OPENSSL_ROOT_DIR C:\Program Files\OpenSSL OPENSSLDIR C:\Program Files\OpenSSL\bin
Clément Brisset
@Atlante45
Mar 16 2017 20:54
And openssl is still an issue?
Trent Polack
@mittens
Mar 16 2017 20:54
(that's straight from: Get-ChildItem Env: )
yeah
one thing that's odd in the install docs is this:
Clément Brisset
@Atlante45
Mar 16 2017 20:55
Have you restarted CMake? I've noticed the the desktop windows version has troubles updating the env after startup.
Trent Polack
@mittens
Mar 16 2017 20:55
default location for build: Windows: C:\Program Files\OpenSSL or C:\Program Files (x86)\OpenSSL
then later:
Windows: C:\Program Files\Common Files\SSL or C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\SSL
oh nm, separate things
i can restart again, worth a try
Clément Brisset
@Atlante45
Mar 16 2017 20:57
I would also delete the cmake cache while you're at it, that saved me a few times in the past xD
Trent Polack
@mittens
Mar 16 2017 20:58
yap, do that before every build
Clément Brisset
@Atlante45
Mar 16 2017 20:58
:thumbsup:
Trent Polack
@mittens
Mar 16 2017 21:03
blob
boop
Clément Brisset
@Atlante45
Mar 16 2017 21:09
So you are using OpenSSL 1.1.1, correct?
Trent Polack
@mittens
Mar 16 2017 21:09
OpenSSL 1.1.0e 16 Feb 2017
are you guys using the dev build of openssl?
well, i built from openssl/openssl:master anyway, so it should be latest
Clément Brisset
@Atlante45
Mar 16 2017 21:11
We barely use it. Only a couple function to generate a key pair if I remember correctly. I know we've been having problems with the recent versions.
Abhishek Chawla
@abhishekchawla
Mar 16 2017 21:11
Hey @mittens try earlier version 1.0.2k
Trent Polack
@mittens
Mar 16 2017 21:12
oke, building
Trent Polack
@mittens
Mar 16 2017 21:37
boosh
For future reference, on windows just use: https://slproweb.com/download/Win64OpenSSL-1_0_2k.exe
and also don't say this in the readme:
OpenSSL
IMPORTANT: Use the latest available version of OpenSSL to avoid security vulnerabilities.
Clément Brisset
@Atlante45
Mar 16 2017 21:52
Agreed, the wording here should probably be "Use the latest 1.0.x version of OpenSSL"
Trent Polack
@mittens
Mar 16 2017 21:56
:+1:
Melissa Brown
@themelissabrown
Mar 16 2017 21:57
I'll get the docs updated
Clément Brisset
@Atlante45
Mar 16 2017 21:57
Thanks @themelissabrown
Melissa Brown
@themelissabrown
Mar 16 2017 22:00
@abhishekchawla I can't find you in the worklist info, so for whatever reason, that handshake never completed. Perhaps clear your cookies and try once more?
If it happens again, I'll submit a bug