Changes in EAP.CONF

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  • #42271

    dre2007
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    Hello all,

    I got a question about the eap.conf file. When i adjust eap.conf and save it there isn’t a problem. The problem occurs when I restart the service. When I restart radius it erases the changes I made in eap.conf. It does use the changes and the radius server is working but the lines ain’t in the eap.conf file. Does anyone has a solution for this. So in short, why does zeroshell erase my changes in eap.conf when I restart Radius.

    Sincerely,

    André Boom
    (City Courthouse of Spain)

    #49870

    ppalias
    Member

    Most likely upon restart of service the config is reread from another part of the filesystem, where it resides in a read-only form. You either have to use only the GUI to make changes or create pre-boot or post-boot scripts to alter the contents of the files and make changes permanent.

    #49871

    dre2007
    Member

    Thank you for you quick reply. Can you please explain me how to create a script or give me a wep page with an example of it? I am not much of a programer. So i need some help đŸ™„

    Regards André

    #49872

    ppalias
    Member

    The script can be something as simple as a copy command, for example:

    cp  /Database/patch/eap.conf /some/other/location/eap.conf

    And you place it in “System” -> “Setup” -> “Startup/Cron” -> “PreBoot”

    #49873

    dre2007
    Member

    Thank you very much for your fast response. I will try it first thing in the morning. I will let you know if it works. Again thank you again for the solution.

    Kind regards,

    André B.

    #49874

    dre2007
    Member

    Okay it works đŸ™‚ I have the solution. You can find the map with the following command:

    find / -name eap.conf

    It will display the right file. I am sorry for asking such a noobish question…

    But thanks again for your quick response

    #49875

    ppalias
    Member

    You are welcome. No question is noobish, we are here to help.

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