Georgopoulos, Panagiotis wrote:
. checking for libgcrypt-config...no . checking for LIBGCRYPT - version >= 1.1.92... no . libgcrypt not found, disabling ipsec decryption.However i do have libgcrypt11 installed (and I reinstalled it in my ubuntu 9.04 using synaptics). Where is wireshark trying to find it? How can I link it properly so that I would be able to use it for decrypting packets?
I'm not familiar with Ubuntu but I'm guessing that maybe a libgcrypt development package with a name something like libgcrypt-devel needs to be installed. (That's what it's called on Fedora).