(amsn) 1 % set ::auto_path
/usr/lib/tls1.50 utils utils/linux /home/gabriel/.amsn/plugins /usr/share/tcltk/tcl8.5 /usr/lib /usr/local/lib/tcltk /usr/local/share/tcltk /usr/lib/tcltk /usr/share/tcltk /usr/share/tcltk/tk8.5 /usr/share/tcltk/tk8.5/ttk
(amsn) 2 % package require tls
couldn't load file "/home/gabriel/.amsn/plugins/tls1.50/libtls-1.50.so": libssl.so.0.9.7: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
I am running 64-bit Ubuntu Hardy, and I had exactly the same problem as gabrieloceano, and quoted above is what showed up when I typed what kakaroto suggested
open amsn, press Ctrl-Shift-C, a window will appear, in it, type :
package require tls
For me, the reason was that I had downloaded the suggested 64bit TLS tarball and tried that method. Then I removed the manually installed svn version of amsn, and ran the script from unimatrix.
Deleting the /home/my-username/.amsn/plugins/tls1.50 directory solved it. Obviously the script and installed everything correctly, but my manual install of TLS1.50 was annoying things.
So, many thanks to both unimatrix for the script, and to kakaroto for the suggestion of deleting that directory.
amsn up and running again!