On Tue, Aug 9, 2022 at 10:52 AM Alceu Rodrigues de Freitas Junior firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I guess you need to install the development package of OpenSSL on CentOS 7, the "regular" one won't do it. Double check that.
Besides that, I suggest quitting using CentOS 7: look for Rocky Linux and AlmaLinux.
+1. The antique software provided in Red Hat and CentOS is maddening nowadays. It causes more trouble than its worth. And the workarounds, like enabling SCL, are just as bad. Systemd completely ignores the SCL environment which causes all kinds of obscure problems, like version problems for shared objects.
I now use Fedora Server. You get all the Red Hat processes plus up-to-date software. The downside is you need to run dnf-system-upgrade  twice a year due to Fedora's cadence. I have been using dnf-system-upgrade for about a decade and have never encountered trouble.