Ignoring EAP-Type/tls because we do not have OpenSSL support.
Sallee, Stephen (Jake)
Jake.Sallee at umhb.edu
Fri Sep 10 21:14:56 CEST 2010
I switched to CentOS for my FR server because my Ubuntu install was
being too picky. I was able to get it to work but I had to compile
OpenSSL from source, then the libs are in different places, etc. it was
a headache. CentOS was much easier for me, if you're not forced to use
Debian you may consider it.
Just my $.02.
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rg] On Behalf Of John Dennis
Sent: Friday, September 10, 2010 1:57 PM
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Cc: Douglas Caro
Subject: Re: Ignoring EAP-Type/tls because we do not have OpenSSL
On 09/10/2010 02:49 PM, Douglas Caro wrote:
> In #freeradius -X, I have those messages:
> Ignoring EAP-Type/tls because we do not have OpenSSL support.
> Ignoring EAP-Type/ttls because we do not have OpenSSL support.
> Ignoring EAP-Type/peap because we do not have OpenSSL support.
> I've researched on the subject, but I didn't find anything.
> Linux Debian Lenny
> Freeradius 2.0.4
It means it wasn't built with OpenSSL support. That used to be the case
due to licensing issues but the new deb packages include it. Try to use
a new package. I'm not a deb guy so I can't tell you where to find the
newer deb packages, but it's been discusssed on this list previously,
search the archives.
John Dennis <jdennis at redhat.com>
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