(RADIATOR) Radiator on Mandrake Server...
mikem at open.com.au
Wed Jun 4 23:54:36 CDT 2003
On Thu, 5 Jun 2003 12:55 pm, Andrea Brancatelli wrote:
> Hello Mike,
> Thursday, June 5, 2003, 4:39:31 AM, you wrote:
> MM> If the radius server is configured to use a public certificate from a
> public MM> certificate authority (verisgn etc), the root certificate is
> built in to XP. MM> Hope that helps.
> You've been a light into the night!
I think by now you have been up all night in Italy?
> Thank you very much. Now a philosofical question. Which (linux)
> platform would you recommend for Radiator? RedHat? Debian? Mandrake
> doesn't seem to be ready yet... OpenSSL is giving me problems as
> well due to it's strange paths (/usr/local/ssl/ instead of
> /usr/lib/ssl and such).
Its the same on RH.
You know you can change the default install paths for openssl with the
--prefix flag to ./configure?
I dont think we can choose between those flavours of Linux. From out point of
view they are very similar. We recommend that you choose the one you are most
> Saluti, Andrea Brancatelli
> http://andrea.brancatelli.it/ mailto:andrea at brancatelli.it
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