jon jon free9360 at
Tue May 26 21:15:44 CEST 2009

ok so after reading the admin.sql it looks like it is telling me what to
type into my mysql, to create a default admin for radius,and so freeradius
can read any table in sql, does it matter what I change localhost to or can
it be anyname I want. guess I am seeing what I have to do but not fully
understanding it. I am using a mysql book also but think that might be
getting me more confused.

On Tue, May 26, 2009 at 12:02 PM, Tim Sylvester <
tim.sylvester at> wrote:

>  Read the SQL HOWTO at: Also, look
> at the sql.conf file in the raddb directory and the mysql files in
> raddb/sql/mysql. You will want to read the information in admin.sql and
> schema.sql.
> Tim
> *From:*
> [mailto:freeradius-users-bounces+tim.sylvester<freeradius-users-bounces%2Btim.sylvester>
> at] *On Behalf Of *jon jon
> *Sent:* Tuesday, May 26, 2009 9:51 AM
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> I have my freeradius working, I running slackware 12.1 with freeradius
> version 2.1.5. I used NTRAping utility to send packets to my freeradius
> server. I also used radtest and that was successful. So now I want to set
> freeradius with backend mysql database. I am looking for the script
> db_mysql.sql and cannot find this file. I installed mysql as a package, when
> I installed slackware. So, does that file even exist anymore? I have the
> radius book and the directory it shows doesn't contain any file with that
> name.
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