Last chance to check the "pre" release of 2.1.6

Ivan Kalik tnt at
Sat May 16 12:01:00 CEST 2009

> nf-vale wrote:
>> sudo radiusd -V
>> radiusd: error while loading shared libraries:
>> cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
>   It looks like you don't have /usr/local/lib in your dynamic linker
> path.  There isn't much we can do to fix that.
>> I've configure it with:
>> ./configure --with-raddbdir=/etc/raddb216 --with-logdir=/var/log/radius
>> --with-radacctdir=/var/log/radius/radacct --enable-strict-dependencies
>> --without-rlm_counter --without-rlm_dbm --without-rlm_ippool
>> --without-rlm_perl --without-rlm_krb5 --with-openssl
>> --without-rlm_python --without-rlm_sql --with-rlm_eap --with-rlm_eap2
>> --without-rlm_eap_ikev2 --without-rlm_eap_tnc
>   Why is it searching in /usr/lib/i486-linux-gnu/ as opposed to just
> /usr/lib?  Which OS is this?
>> I've configured previous versions up to 2.1.3 like that and it all went
>> fine
>> and never had this problem before.
>   Still, I think it's a fairly esoteric problem.  If your linker is
> *only* looking in those paths, then you should either fix the linker to
> look in the directory you configured for FreeRADIUS, *or* configure
> FreeRADIUS to put libraries inthe directory your linker users.
>   Alan DeKok.

Put /usr/local/lib in /etc/ Run ldconfig after install.

Ivan Kalik
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