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Re: Pam and radius


	Actually, PAM only support RADIUS for accounting, no authenticating.
You could get radiusclient from sunsite (I don't remember the exact path).
	Another thing is that Livignston RADIUS server is restricted (by
(C)) to use whith Livingston Hardware (portmaster?). Y recomend you to use
Merit RADIUS server instead.

> Hi ppl
> I'm shy to ask so simple questions. If there is a proper 
> place to poke, please point me on the right direction ;>
> I have two redhat 4.1 systems, one of them with users on
> /etc/passwd (server ;>), and another one (client).
> What do I have to do to:
> - upgrade the servers to shadow
> - use radius on the server (I got the radius 2.0 from
>   livingston and the patches from Cristian - thanx man -
>   they're compiled just fine)
> - make the autoppp clients on the other machine authenticate
>   using radius on the main server, preferable through pam :)
>   this machine already has mgetty with autoppp working
> I have:
> http://sysadm.sorosis.ro/devel/pam/pam-0.56-1.i386.rpm
> http://sysadm.sorosis.ro/devel/shadow/shadow-utils-960810-3.i386.rpm
> http://sysadm.sorosis.ro/devel/pwdb/libpwdb-0.54-6.i386.rpm
> thank all of you for the attention and nice work on PAM
> !3runo
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