[rad] Re: SOLVED Re: pseudo-newbie exec scripts and session-time

A.L.M.Buxey at lboro.ac.uk A.L.M.Buxey at lboro.ac.uk
Mon Jun 15 10:28:02 CEST 2009


one of the main issues is using a distro version of the code.
what they do to the files provided in the TARBALL is up to them.

i would advise doing something like

locate scripts | grep -i radius

...they might have been dumped into somewhere like /usr/share/doc/radiusd
or somesuch.

you can get v2.x for CentOS - read the WIKI - theres a repository for
it too so it will get updated with new versions.

as for 'marking you down as yet another stubborn user' - well I thought
by singularly attacking the project leaader/manager you were wanting to
be thought of like that ;-)

seriously though, most (if not all) support will be for 2.x now - as thats
what most of us run - due to wanting the features, stability and speed
(yes, lots of speed!) of the new version. we all used to run 1.x and deal with
common/similar issues....we now run 2.x and do the same. our issues
and fixed in 2.x wont work for 1.x as the whole construct and layout is
vastly different in places. with EAP,  2.x is almost a must (unless
you want your DB etc hit far too many times). unlang has allowed us to remove
dozens of random bits in users/groups/rewrite lines.


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