Fwd: FreeRADIUS issue on Ubuntu 18.04

Adam Bishop Adam.Bishop at jisc.ac.uk
Thu Jul 11 14:31:37 CEST 2019


An issue was flagged up on one of our mailing lists by a user - it seems that Ubuntu has bumped the OpenSSL version they're distributing in 18.04 from 1.1.0 to 1.1.1, which has caused the version string to change.


I think that it'd just be a case of rebuilding the network radius packages, but detecting whether the system is running 1.1.0 or 1.1.1 might be a bit more fun.

Adam Bishop

  gpg: E75B 1F92 6407 DFDF 9F1C  BF10 C993 2504 6609 D460


Begin forwarded message:

I’ve just rebuilt one of my proxies with Ubuntu 18 LTS, and installed the FreeRADIUS binaries from NetworkRadius.com<http://networkradius.com/>, as that seemed like the best bet.

Try and start FreeRADIUS:
libssl version mismatch.  built: 1010007f linked: 1010100f

I’m a bit stuck here, it’s a completely new, clean, up to date box, and I’ve hit something of a brick wall with it. Can anybody offer any suggestions? The installed OpenSSL is OpenSSL 1.1.1  11 Sep 2018.


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