Problem with + Mysql in Win server 2008r2

Fajar A. Nugraha list at
Tue May 29 14:54:18 CEST 2012

On Tue, May 29, 2012 at 7:03 PM, Turamarth <admin at> wrote:
> i have the same version of running in a Win 7 64, and now
> need move it to Win server 2008r2, must be a way to make it work.

Yes, there is. A sufficiently-knowledgable windows sysadmin would know
what adjustments to make to make applications work when migrating from
one version to the other.

However most users on this list (the ones that can give you good
advice for free) uses recent version of freeradius (2.1.x) on
unix-like OS. Which means they can mostly help in those implementation

Since you use a rare setup, you need to either:
- learn by yourself how to do it, OR
- hire someone with more knowledge in that particular setup to do it for you.

> i just cant change the os or run a vm with a linux inside.

Depending on the situation, it might be easier for you in the long
term to do so. Really. Sticking with an unsupported software in a rare
configuration is usually a bad thing.

FWIW though, you might be able to workaround your problem by using IP
of mysql server (e.g. instead of localhost. IIRC mysql
treats those two differently.


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