Database query failed: Table 'radius.radcheck' doesn't exist
Dusan Djordjevic Liste
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Thu Nov 2 12:34:37 CET 2006
> 1. I assume you did run the db_sql_mysql.sql script to create the database
> schema ??
> This will create the majority of the schema.
> 2. Did you run the sql-scripts in /usr/local/dialup_admin/sql ?
> They are executed in a similar fashion.
> Note: In my case , I got error messages when executing some of these
> What I did was to remove the "DEFAULT '0'" from the scripts that failed.
> You execute a script as follows:
> First you log into mysql :
> mysql -uroot -p<password>
> Then you create the database:
> CREATE DATABASE radius;
> Then execute the script:
> mysql -uroot -p<rootpassword> radius < db_sql_mysql.sql
> Hope this helps
I did exactly the same and it helped me. Thank you for very good answer.
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