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Smile How to upgrade to openssl 0.9.8g ?

Hi All

Question: what is the best way to upgrade to openssl 0.9.8g ?
Can i replace original "openssl 0.9.8e" that is in ISPConfig tar with "opensssl 0.9.8g" and ISPconfig installations script (?) and re-run the ./setup instead of compiling Apache and PHP and everything again?

ISPconfig seems not to look for en existing "openssl 0.9.8g" installed but it installs its own 0.9.8e

at this point i have no clients on the system. (ununtu 7.10+ perfect server instructions + openssl 0.9.8g!)
output from 'nmap -A -T4 localhost' and main html on isp1.bogdans.net report below

Apache/2.2.4 (Ubuntu) PHP/5.2.3-1ubuntu 6.3 mod_ssl/2.2.4 OpenSSL/0.9.8e Server at isp1.bogdans.net Port 80

appreciate help
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