aland at deployingradius.com
Thu Aug 28 08:13:26 CEST 2008
David Blood wrote:
> 1. I am installing on a centos 4.5 box and would like freeradius
> to install the config file in the correct place (i.e. /etc/raddb)
> setting the prefix=’’
Don't do that. Use "prefix=/", if anything.
> ( or sysconfdir=’/etc/raddb’)
> in the configure
> script does not tell the radiusd executable to look in /etc/raddb for
> its configuration files. It still looks in /usr/local/etc/raddb
The "configure" script can cache values from previous runs. Ensure
that an earlier run is not affecting a newer, different, configuration.
> 2. The configure script cannot find the libgdbm library and thus
> cannot configure some of the rlm_modules. I have tried setting the
> --with-rlm-counter-lib-dir='/usr/lib' which is where the gdbm library is
> looked to get rlm_couter to configure but it still fails.
If the gdbm file is in /usr/lib, that's only part of what the server
needs to use gdbm. It *also* needs the gdbm development header files.
> 3. I says it can’t locate check-radiusd-config … I wish I knew
> where it was looking.
That file no longer exists. Ignore that error.
> Here is the configure command I last used with the error output received.
If you look through the output of "configure" for references to "gdb",
you would see that it's looking for a gdbm header file, and not finding it.
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