I personally hate rpms and will compile all apps so no, I try rpms as
a last resort and Im not surprised when they fail with a big list of
dependancies.

I will look into it though and test on the next machine and report back.

On 4/16/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi,
> > Thanks to the people who helped me figure this out (big thanks to
> > Alan), this works perfectly on a fresh Fedora system.
> >
> > Download, compile and install openssl
> >
> > download freeradius 1.1.6
> > unpack in usr/src
> > cd freeradius-1.1.6
> >
> > ./configure --prefix=/usr
> > --with-openssl-includes=/usr/local/ssl/include
> > --with-openssl-libraries=/usr/local/ssl/lib/ --disable-libtool-lock
> > --with-system-libtool --sysconfdir=/etc
> > (^all one line)
> >
> > make
> > make install
>
> you SHOULD be able to simply use the redhat spec file that is shipped as part
> of the contrib sources in that 1.1.6 tarball to make an RPM exactly as
> the distro should/would supply if they were doing 1.1.6
>
> did you try this?
>
> alan
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