It wasnt a random rpm and at the time I was unaware that the wiki had
been updated to list the latest rpms etc. So binarys are fairly well
supported by freeradius I take it.

On 4/16/07, Nicolas Baradakis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Jacob Jarick wrote:
>
> > 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.
>
> You were not told to pick up a random RPM on the net. The wiki
> explains how to build yourself a RPM from sources. The resulting
> package should run without problem on the host where it was
> compiled.
>
> Moreover, building a package allows you to uninstall the files
> later, so you can cleanly upgrade the version of FreeRADIUS.
> Residual files from previous installation do weird things,
> like the problem of "double free" for example.
>
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> Nicolas Baradakis
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