building debian package - rlm_sql is not portable

Arran Cudbard-Bell a.cudbardb at
Wed Feb 12 19:56:52 CET 2014

On 12 Feb 2014, at 18:40, Marco Marino <marino.mrc at> wrote:

> Ok, I understand.
> I compile (and build debian packages of) freeradius3 without any problems.
> I need debian package of my own freeradius because i wrote a custom version of rlm_counter module. 
> Some features: 
> 1) Differentiated counters per Realm or per NAS-Identifier (Using some custom parameters in the modules/counter configuration file)
> 2) Possibility of saving daily (or monthly, but not yet tested) expired gdbm databases
> 3) Differentiated values of reply and check attributes per Realm ( or per NAS-Identifier)
> My patch works well with my use-case. I don't known if this patch can be useful because i don't have an enhanced knowledge of freeradius. I ask: Are these features useful? Should i post my modified version of rlm_counter module? If I should, i can upgrade my modules for freeradius 3 compatibility and post some code in about on month (sorry, i'm really overloaded of work)

Post the patch as is, we'll see if it's useful and let you know.

> By the way, i will use freeradius3 instead of freeradius 2.2.3. Compile is really easy.

Yes, a great deal of effort was put into fixing the build system and configure 
scripts for 3.x.x. Almost every Makefile in the server was rewritten.

Arran Cudbard-Bell <a.cudbardb at>
FreeRADIUS Development Team

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