Encountering error when using "radius -X"
fcombernous at kezia.com
Thu Aug 19 09:40:20 CEST 2010
kartik dadwal wrote:
> I have ubuntu 9.10. Can you please tell me
> 1)Before running "radius -X" what all steps should be completed?
> 2)what should be the subdirectory structure for freeradius and where
> it should be formed in the directory structure?
> 3)which sub directory should I give the "radius -X" command.
Before to try to give answers, do you really need to compile your own
radius from sources ? Now you know that with radius binary .deb package,
radius config is in /etc/freeradius directory. Can you consider to
forget sources you downloaded ? If you can't, i never used the way you
are following. You'll have to consided depends. And i have not enough
time to try your way on a box.
> On Wed, Aug 18, 2010 at 7:05 AM, Fabien COMBERNOUS
> <fcombernous at kezia.com <mailto:fcombernous at kezia.com>> wrote:
> In general you can get the list of the files from a deb package
> with the command line :
> $> dpkg -L <name of the package>
> Here we have :
> $> dpkg -L freeradius | grep etc
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