Error binding port to ipv6 address
leigh.martell at gmail.com
Tue Feb 10 15:05:21 CET 2009
No problem :)
Maybe a shot in the dark but is selinux enabled? check your logs to see if
any policies are blocking it or type 'echo 0 > /selinux/enforce' then try to
start it again.
On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 3:19 AM, D'AVELLA STEFANO <
Stefano.DAvella at alcatel-lucent.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the suggestion but of course I tried different ways to try to
> grep the process :)
> I just mentioned one of the command I used to make people understand that I
> checked the process list :)
> Still no clue about the problem anyway...
> Try just 'ps -e|grep radius' that will catch freeradius aswell as radiusd
> which it is called on some.
> On Mon, Feb 9, 2009 at 12:02 PM, D'AVELLA STEFANO <
> Stefano.DAvella at alcatel-lucent.com> wrote:
>> *Be sure that no other freeradius is running and also that you have
>> enough rights to open such a port.*
>> *Look in your inet.d or similar to avoid that another service is run
>> instead of the planned freeradius.*
>> Thanks for the quick answer. I have thought the same because also some old
>> mailing list post seemed to be related to this problem.
>> I checked this possible problem before posting, but as far as I can see
>> there is no other instance of freeradius running (ps -e | grep freeradius
>> returns empty), and nothing is listening on that port (according to
>> netstat). I also tried to change port several times but it's not working....
>> In /etc/services the port 1812 both tcp and udp are correctly assigned to
>> radius (in fact in the error message it correctly use the port 1812).
>> Stefano D'Avella
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