eap/tls freeradius openssl
bsertel at amherst.edu
Tue Jan 13 16:55:15 CET 2009
You are right, but the dir where the old radius was "make installed" is
gone. That is the original folder that was created after unzipping and
installing the old ver. Of radius is gone. Is there anything else I can do?
On 1/13/09 10:33 AM, "John Dennis" <jdennis at redhat.com> wrote:
> Brian Ertel wrote:
>> I have radiusd in /usr/local/sbin. John, you mentioned that "None of our
>> rpm's ever install in /usr/local" so I am assuming this is another artifact
>> of an old install. How would you suggest I go about getting rid of ALL
>> freeradius install artifacts and start a new? Do I need to reinstall my OS?
>> If that is the recommended path do you think there is an "ideal" OS to run
>> Freeradius/Openssl for eap-tls functionality?
> No, you don't need to reinstall your OS, that would be insanely
> overkill. The old install probably won't conflict because it installed
> in a completely different location, but it will be an endless source of
> confusion, I recommend you delete it and leave only what RPM installed
> for you.
> So how did it get there in the first place? I'm willing to bet you ran
> "make install" from within some source tree didn't you? Return to the
> same place where you ran "make install" and run "make uninstall".
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