Looking for advice

Marcin Jessa lists at yazzy.org
Fri Jun 17 18:55:50 CEST 2005

On Fri, 17 Jun 2005 16:29:24 +0200
"Benoit LELONG" <b.lelong at e-jiaguwen.com> wrote:

> Hello, 
> I would like to build a freeradius plateform and I am looking for return of 
> experiences about :
>  - the best choice of Linux distribution to support the last version of 
> freeradius.

They all work. The best one is the one you're most comfortable with and with the most updated software collection.
Linux is just a kernel which is the same for every Linux distribution. 
IMHO gentoo or debian are the prefered ones. The first one mainly a BSD wannabe for Linux where you primarly compile your own applications,  the second one uses precompiled binaries.  
I personally prefer FreeBSD (or any BSD) over Linux.
Someone could humorously refer to what Theo de Raadt has to say about Linux:

>  - the use of JRadius 

What is JRadius?

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