AW: sementation fault

vicky vicky at
Tue Aug 2 09:32:41 CEST 2005

>First, you should a new empty 'radius' database in MySQL and login user with
>permissions to that database. You could of course call the database and the
>user anything you like but we'll stick to 'radius' for both for the purposes
>of this discussion
>Next up, you need to create the schema for the database. There is a file
>which describes this and is actually a SQL script file. It can be found at
>/src/modules/rlm_sql/drivers/rlm_sql_mysql/db_mysql.sql where you untar'd
>FreeRadius. This is the bit that, at least at the time I originally wrote
>these notes, wasn't really documented anywhere and was the thing most people
>seemed to be asking. 
>How you run that script is up to you and how you like to admin MySQL. The
>easiest way is to: 
>       mysql -uroot -prootpass radius < db_mysql.sql  
>...where 'root' and 'rootpass' are your mysql root name and password

Thanks for your answer. About the empty database 'radius' I had already 
done that. This morning I ran the script 'db_mysql.sql' you talked 
about. Now I can see the tables in my database radius but I still have 
the same segmentation fault error. I have reconfigured, recompiled (with 
make clean) and reinstalled. That didn't help. Do you have any other ideas?

Thanks for your help,


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