aland at deployingradius.com
Fri Nov 24 18:01:07 CET 2017
On Nov 24, 2017, at 10:04 AM, Jonathan Anthony <jonathan.anthony at siliconsafe.com> wrote:
> I have downloaded the source code and built and installed freeradius server
> 3.0.16 on Ubuntu 17.
> I want to create new modules. I have only found good info on one site
> "Creating modules for FreeRADIUS v3.0.x". Any pointers to other sites - I
> have only just started working with Radius.
It has some example code for doing things.
> My main question, do I have to full radius compile, build and install again.
That's the easiest way.
> Is there a way of just compiling the module so that the server will pick it
> up? For example I want to make a small change in the rlm_pap.c file
If the pre-built binary is from the same source you're using, then you should be able to just modify the module.
But you can't mix & match from (say) a debian package of 3.0.15, and your own custom rlm_pap.
And why make changes to rlm_pap? Unlang can do most of what you need. And if you need something else, maybe other people need it too, and therefore sending the patches back would be useful.
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