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XDAS installation on Identity Apps Server Failed

Good morning!
I've been having issues trying to install XDAS in my Identity Applications server running on a Redhat 7.3.
I went to the Identity Applications Doc and followed this

So i went to the Open XDAS project website, downloaded the last RPM package(which says it supports redhat, fedora,ubuntu,etc) and tried to install it in my server and it keeps asking for the following dependencies:

Libaudit.so
Libssl.so
Libodbc.so
i tried installing the unixODBC package and updating my openssl package to see if could resolve this two dependencies but no luck!
Did anyone installed sucessfully OpenXDAS?
Does anyone have any information about what to do with this issue?
Thank you very much in advance

pd: I also tried installing OpenXDAS in my SUSE 12 64b and i get the exact same error.
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Re: XDAS installation on Identity Apps Server Failed

You are likely to get better answers in the forum focused on Identity
Apps, which are part of Identity Manager (IDM) within the NetIQ area.

https://forums.novell.com/forumdisplay.php/1312-IM-Userapp-Workflow

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