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Cannot install Sailfish SDK 3.1 with online installer on Ubuntu 20.04 [answered]

asked 2020-05-07 15:08:56 +0300

mentaljam gravatar image

updated 2020-05-08 16:24:43 +0300

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Here is my log

qt.network.ssl: QSslSocket: cannot resolve CRYPTO_num_locks
qt.network.ssl: QSslSocket: cannot resolve CRYPTO_set_id_callback
qt.network.ssl: QSslSocket: cannot resolve CRYPTO_set_locking_callback
qt.network.ssl: QSslSocket: cannot resolve ERR_free_strings
qt.network.ssl: QSslSocket: cannot resolve EVP_CIPHER_CTX_cleanup
qt.network.ssl: QSslSocket: cannot resolve EVP_CIPHER_CTX_init
qt.network.ssl: QSslSocket: cannot resolve sk_new_null
qt.network.ssl: QSslSocket: cannot resolve sk_push
qt.network.ssl: QSslSocket: cannot resolve sk_free
qt.network.ssl: QSslSocket: cannot resolve sk_num
qt.network.ssl: QSslSocket: cannot resolve sk_pop_free
qt.network.ssl: QSslSocket: cannot resolve sk_value
qt.network.ssl: QSslSocket: cannot resolve SSL_library_init
qt.network.ssl: QSslSocket: cannot resolve SSL_load_error_strings
qt.network.ssl: QSslSocket: cannot resolve SSL_get_ex_new_index
qt.network.ssl: QSslSocket: cannot resolve SSLv3_client_method
qt.network.ssl: QSslSocket: cannot resolve SSLv23_client_method
qt.network.ssl: QSslSocket: cannot resolve SSLv3_server_method
qt.network.ssl: QSslSocket: cannot resolve SSLv23_server_method
qt.network.ssl: QSslSocket: cannot resolve X509_STORE_CTX_get_chain
qt.network.ssl: QSslSocket: cannot resolve OPENSSL_add_all_algorithms_noconf
qt.network.ssl: QSslSocket: cannot resolve OPENSSL_add_all_algorithms_conf
qt.network.ssl: QSslSocket: cannot resolve SSLeay
qt.network.ssl: Incompatible version of OpenSSL
Cannot register file downloader for https protocol: QSslSocket::supportsSsl() returns false
[1596] Warning: QSslSocket::connectToHostEncrypted: TLS initialization failed
[1596] Warning: QSslSocket::connectToHostEncrypted: TLS initialization failed
[1596] Warning: QSslSocket::connectToHostEncrypted: TLS initialization failed
[1614] Warning: Empty filename passed to function

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This is because Ubuntu 20.04 no longer packages libssl 1.0, which we use in our installer.

Our Wiki (https://sailfishos.org/wiki/Application_SDK#Supported_Environments) lists Ubuntu 16.04 as supported environment. Ubuntu 16.04 does not package libssl 1.1, which is why we are still on the old libss version. However, as more and more distributions are dropping libssl 1.0 (which has reached it's EOL), it's quite clear that we have to make the switch soon. Consider this as a warning that Ubuntu 16.04 will be dropped from the supported environments list, and some later LTS release will take its place.

In the meantime, you could try installing the package from 18.04 (http://security.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/o/openssl1.0/libssl1.0.0_1.0.2n-1ubuntu5.3_amd64.deb) and see if that helps.

Ville Nummela ( 2020-05-08 08:18:38 +0300 )edit

@Ville Nummela thank you for the detailed explanation!

mentaljam ( 2020-05-08 18:52:38 +0300 )edit

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answered 2020-05-08 12:05:49 +0300

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Installing http://security.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/o/openssl1.0/libssl1.0.0_1.0.2n-1ubuntu5.3_amd64.deb as @Ville Nummela suggested helps

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answered 2020-05-08 12:13:11 +0300

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updated 2020-05-08 12:14:19 +0300

But there is another problem on 20.04: ~/SailfishOS/lib/qtcreator/plugins/libClangTools.so: cannot be loaded because libtinfo.so.5 not found

should be installed package: libtinfo5

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