Patch to fix PPTP CHAP failure due to unknown-attribute problem
aland at deployingradius.com
Wed Jul 6 17:21:38 CEST 2011
freeradius developer/user identity wrote:
> Sounds like a maintainer is needed under the auspices of the freeradius
> project: (from http://wiki.freeradius.org/Radiusclient)
Yes... Please help. :)
> The current latest version is on cvs.freeradius.org according to the
> page cited above. I was able to download a copy from there that was a
> tad more recent than the stable 1.1.6 version. Meanwhile, a search of
> github.com shows one project with "radius" and "client" in the name that
> is not related to Ruby or perl. It is "elagin / RadiusClient", and has
> just a few files. Interestingly, it was committed recently (2/18/2011).
> The size is 250K but most of the files are private and cannot be
> downloaded. The main.cpp file refers to radiusclient library functions
> but itself is not radiusclient. So, I'm not sure what this is but it
> does not appear to be the main site for radiusclient.
> So, it looks like radiusclient is currently not well supported within the
> freeradius project, and the name "radiusclient" is taken on github.com.
No name is "taken" on github.
> If a maintainer is needed, I am willing to volunteer at least for now.
Great. I'll send you a whack of patches.
> Since the name "radiusclient" on github is taken, would it make sense to
> include radiusclient in the freeradius server source tree?
No. That code is *terrible*.
> That would
> be handy for those who want both, and it's not very large so people who
> don't want it wouldn't be bothered much. It could even be configured not
> to compile by default. Once the housekeeping (file transfer to github,
> updating the make files) is done, the first thing I would do is merge the
> dictionaries with the ones that come with the server! If there is a
> (dormant) maintainer already, I will be happy to work with him/her to
> do what is needed. Thanks - Larry Widman
Sure. I've pushed the code to github
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