FreeRadius 2.1.8 at OpenBSD 4.0

Denis DAmico damicodenis at
Tue Feb 2 02:13:51 CET 2010

Thanks, Alan,
    I did not understood why do you suspect of IPV6 options, but I tried to
edit src/include/autoconf.h changing the line(s):
/* IPv6 address structure */
/* #undef HAVE_STRUCT_IN6_ADDR */

/* IPv6 socket addresses */

    But same "make" error occurred.
    I do not intend to use IPv6 in that project. IPv4 is enough.

    Do you suggest to change to another version of openbsd ? Or to use
freebsd, netbsd ?  

Thanks, again.
Denis Damico
D.damico at

On 2/1/10 9:11 PM, "Alan DeKok" <aland at> wrote:

> Denis Damico wrote:
>>>    I already could compile/install and run FreeRadius 2.1.7 at MacOS X
>>> withou any problem.
>>>    Now I am trying to install FreeRadius 2.1.7( and 2.1.8) in a vmware
>>> machine running OpenBSD version 4.0 ( in special a VMWare appliance OAMP)
>>> and I am getting the following error when run "make":
>   Hmm... 2.1.8 *should* be able to pick up the definition of the IPv6
> address structures.  I'm not sure why it isn't working.
>   In any case, you can edit src/include/autoconf.h to set the right
> #defines, and get it to build.  Maybe we can find a better patch once
> it's in the OpenBSD port system.
>   Alan DeKok.
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