Can not include OpenSSL headers files.

Today I had question about “..why since I have OpenSSL installed and working fine with other services, I receive such message(the bellow one) when I am trying to compile something..”

The answer is because the application you are trying to compile manually requires “openssl-devel.x” package installed. It includes files for development of applications which will use OpenSSL.
So according to your OS you should use either yum, apt-get or gpg to install it.
In my example I am trying to compile on CentOS 32 bit, so I will use yum like that:

So the next time when I try to compile my application, Openssl headers files will be there:

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