Well you obviously could not see the problems other people already pointed
Quoting liran tal <
> Hey Neil,
> On Dec 26, 2007 5:55 PM, Neil Williams <firstname.lastname@example.org
> > i.e
. the problem lies within the package itself because it is an
> > intrinsically difficult package to build properly and you would be best
> > advised finding something else when you are only just starting out as
> > maintainer. PHP is a nightmare for security problems and packaging
> > problems. What I say to you is what I would say to anyone reading the NM
> > guide for the first time - *don't start with PHP*! (Don't start with a
> > compiled library either, they are complex in entirely different ways.)
> > The NM guide does mention that libraries are not a wise choice for your
> > first package but as it happened, I didn't get the chance of my own
> > advice because when I started NM, I was already upstream for a library
> > in Debian that needed an update. ;-) So learn from my mistakes and don't
> > do things the hard way.
> Uhm, it seems to me that the daloradius package is actually as easy
> as it can be. It's just a bunch of .php and other related web application
> scripts which should simply be copied to /usr/share.
> There's no compilation, no updating of libraries and nothing that would
> seem to be complicated... Maybe I'm missing something but as I see it,
> the "package" should simply unpack the web application files into a
> and that's it.