The Pixel Farm's applications rely on HTTPS to securely connect to The Pixel Farm's servers.
On Linux when using PFTrack version 21.11.24 or later, this is implemented using the free OpenSSL library (version 1.1). If you do not have this version of the OpenSSL library already installed on your Centos 7 machine, please follow the instructions below.
Installing OpenSSL on Centos 7
The OpenSSL 1.1 library package for Centos 7 is available in the Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux (EPEL) repository. This is an open source and free community-based repository from the Fedora team.
If you do not already have this repository available on your machine, you can enable it using the following command:
sudo yum install https://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/epel-release-latest-7.noarch.rpm
You can then verify that the EPEL repository is enabled by listing all available repositories:
sudo yum repolist
Once the EPEL repository is available, install the openssl11-libs package as follows:
sudo yum install openssl11-libs
This will install libraries into /usr/lib64 and these will be picked up automatically when the application starts:
If you are having trouble installing OpenSSL 1.1, please consult your Linux system administrator or operating system documentation.