If you’re one of the millions of Raspberry Pi users who want to install OpenSSL without any fuss, here’s how.
First of all, you’ll need to get OpenSSL installed on your Raspberry Pi.
The Raspberry Pi has a few different versions of OpenSSH installed, the most recent one is called Raspbian.
Raspberry Pi OpenSSHD is available for free download from the Raspberry Pi site.
This will install OpenSSHLib as a library, which means you’ll be able to use it as a regular command line application, or with the Raspberry Python scripting language.
Once that’s done, you can install the OpenSSL library using pip, pip install openssl, and pip install openssl-dev.
Next, you’re going to need to configure your Raspberry pi.
If you’re using a Mac, you should have installed OpenSSHCI and OpenSSL-dev, otherwise you’ll have to install those separately.
If you haven’t, then go ahead and install the following packages: https://packages.openssl.org/en/download/ sudo apt-get install openssh-server-common sudo apt – get install opensstor sudo dnf install openssltools sudo pip install -r requirements.txt Once you’ve installed these packages, you may want to add your password to a file in /etc/rc.local, which is located in /var/lib/python3.5/site-packages/.
If you’ve added your password manually, it should look something like this: passwd mypassword sudo chmod +x /etc / rc.local sudo chown -R myusername:mypassword /etc