Today I succeeded with the help of L.JR to produce a new RPM which contains SSL, KRB5, PAM and LDAP support. It's uploaded to https://elog.psi.ch/elog/download/RPMS/elog-3.1.4-2.el7.x86_64.rpm
Thank you for your comment. I successfuly compiled the latest elog from source code, and now elogd could work with SSL.
In fact, I reported the case of installation with rpm file. Maybe, the latest elog rpm doesn't support SSL, I guess.
The installtion with rpm file is easier to build the common environment, so I hope the next rpm will support the SSL.
When you compile elog from the soruces, you need the OpenSSL library to be installed. The CMake build process will then find it and include it in the compile process. When you use the "make" build process, you have to make sure that SSL is enabled there:
USE_SSL = 1
To install the OpenSSL library, you can do on most systems something like "sudo yum install openssl-dev" or "sudo apt-get install openssl-dev"
I installed the latest elog (3.1.4-2) in CentOS 7, and it is working well without SSL.
When I enalbled SSL option (SSL = 1) in the "elogd.cfg", and tried to start the elogd, the message below was shown and failed to run.
SSL support not compiled into elogd
If I switched the elog to older one (3.1.4-1), I could successeed to run the elogd with SSL option.
Is there any other option required in the latest elog to run with SSL? Or is this bug in the latest version?