Progress, and a puzzle.

Hal Murray hmurray at
Fri Nov 4 11:27:58 UTC 2016

> Hal, you sould try reinstalling.  That version of the Python extension might
> be stale, which *could* trigger the OpenSSL conlict. 

I tried that and it still dies.

> Try running pyntpq in the ntpq directory.  That's an ntp symlink to the
> source-tree location of the libries it needs.

That doesn't work either.

> In the present state of things, the Python ntp library is part of the normal
> install to rootspace...

There is still a can of worms in this area.  I want to be able to test new 
libraries without installing them.
I'm happy to run a small script to encapsulate the recipe.

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