Radiusd-radrelayd config file naming

Kenneth Grady klg at lanl.gov
Mon Oct 2 18:40:15 CEST 2006

If you are changing the config file I would like to see an $INCLUDE for
my.modules, my.authorization, my.accounting ... at the beginning of each
section so I can make sure my configurations are what's causing 
problems with new versions. If I can install freeradius and touch an
empty my.whatever.file and it works it's easy to know where to start

It's not a bug or enhancement it's just easier for users.

Alan DeKok wrote:
> Nicolas Baradakis <nbk at sitadelle.com> wrote:
>> The Debian package already sets the raddbdir to "/etc/freeradius". Of
>> course it's OK for me to rename "radiusd.conf" to "freeradius.conf",
>> too. The only problem I see is it may rise many questions on the users
>> mailing list.
>   Leave the stuff that gets mangled by "configure" in radiusd.conf,
> and put comments at the start saying "just an include file... look
> elsewhere".
>   freeradiusd.conf can then just $INCLUDE radiusd.conf, and then we
> don't need a freeradiusd.conf.in.
>   Alan DeKok.
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