When I tried to upgrade OpenSSL on our test server it seemed to have failed. After multiple restarts of apache and even a server reboot I was still stuck with 1.0.1.
However when I tried to throw some commands at it today to implement custom DHParams I recieved the following error:
openssl: error while loading shared libraries: libssl.so.1.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
It now seems that the upgrade has worked but something else has failed. I can't use
or whatever else you can think of that uses OpenSSL, it keeps throwing the error at me.
Normally I would find my way accross the web to an answer but this time I can't.
I have found an askubuntu thread but it doesn't resolve my problem.
The server is running CentOs 6.5 and the upgrade was done by following this tutorial, newer version of CentOs but that shouldn't make a difference right?
EDIT 11/05/2017 13.15 (Amsterdam)
So I was able to fix it after all after a little bit more Googlin'
I found a stackoverflow thread which helped me
LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/src/openssl-1.1.0e export LD_LIBRARY_PATH
Was just about what I needed after that openssl was problem free