File openssl-ibmca-README.patch of Package openssl-ibmca

--- README
+++ README
@@ -7,45 +7,28 @@
 
 ABOUT
 
-This package contains the dynamic IBMCA engine.
+This package contains the dynamic IBMCA engine. Note that, as of
+OpenSSL version 0.9.8, the IBMCA engine is shipped as a dynamic engine
+in a separate RPM.
 
 BUILDING
 
  Requirements: OpenSSL 0.9.8, libICA
 
- By default, the build will assume that you have a custom openssl installed
-in /usr/local/ssl.
-
- $ configure [--enable-debug] [--with-openssl=/path/to/custom/openssl] \
-             [--with-engines-dir=/path/to/openssl/engines/directory]
- $ make
- # make install
-
-Included in this package is a sample openssl.cnf file (openssl.cnf.sample),
-which can be used to turn on use of the IBMCA engine in apps where OpenSSL
-config support is compiled in. In order to enable the IBMCA engine, the
-content from this file should be concatenated to the existing openssl.cnf file
-on the host.
-
-During the build process, the path to the engines/ directory is substituted in
-for the dynamic_path parameter in the ibmca section. By default, this path to
-the engines/ directory is relative to the OpenSSL installation target. With no
-parameters passed to the ./configure script, this target is /usr/local/ssl,
-and so the default entry in the sample openssl.cnf file is:
-
-dynamic_path = /usr/local/ssl/lib/engines/libibmca.so
-
-If OpenSSL is installed to a different location, then the --with-openssl=
-option should be passed to the ./configure script. For instance, if
---with-openssl=/usr is given, then the entry in the sample openssl.cnf file
-is:
+Included in this package is a sample openssl.cnf file
+(openssl.cnf.sample), which can be used to enable use of the IBMCA
+engine in apps where OpenSSL config support is compiled in. In order
+to enable the IBMCA engine, the content from this file should be
+concatenated to the existing openssl.cnf file on the host.
+
+The path to the engines/ directory is /usr/lib/engines; the dynamic
+path to the IBMCA engine for 32-bit binary RPM installations should
+be:
 
 dynamic_path = /usr/lib/engines/libibmca.so
 
-If the OpenSSL engines directory is located elsewhere, then that location must
-be specified in the --with-engines-dir= option. For instance, if the engines/
-directory is under /usr/lib64, then the ./configure script will need the
-option --with-engines-dir=/usr/lib64/engines, which will produce this entry in
-the sample openssl.cnf file:
+The dynamic path to the IBMCA engine for 64-bit binary RPM
+installations should be:
+
+dynamic_path = /usr/lib64/engines/libibmca.so
 
-dynamic_path = /usr/lib64/engines/libibmca.so
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