Fedora Networking :: Start Radius Service In Debug Mode + 10 + Errors

Jun 10, 2009

i installed freeradius 2.1.3 on fedora 10 and want to use it with ieee802.1x using peap. when i run command to start radius service in debug mode the following output come

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I have setup a CentOS 5.5 server as a DHCP server. That will be it's only task in a Cisco callmanger VoIP environment The DHCP server that comes with CentOS 5.5 is from ISC V3.0.5 -redhat.

The server (HP DL360) has two physical NIC's of which only NIC1 is used (ETH0)

ifconfig shows:

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The interface has a fixed IP setup.

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Code: service dhcpd start

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But when I start the DHCPD on the comamnd prompt in debug mode it looks as follows:

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and /var/log/messages shows:

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However the radiusd a doesnt work and if I try to run using command radiusd in it comes up and says invalid command and I dont have the option to use

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I have had a good search about scripts but with my limited knowledge it isnt too easy.

So far Ive read it says to create a script in /etc/init.d which Ive done and named start-my-radius.sh I think Ive made It execuatable by chmod 777, if thats right?

The script looks like this:

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