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Re: pamifying a RADIUS daemon - help

Amos Shapira wrote:
> In message <Pine.LNX.3.95.970716234819.18805V-100000@main.sorosis.ro> you write
> :
> |On Wed, 16 Jul 1997, Amos Shapira wrote:
> |
> |> Also, is that the one version reffered to by the other posters, or are
> |> there a few PAMified RADIUS daemons hanging around?
> |
> |I have pamified the latest livingston release - 2.01. I will put a patch
> |on my homepage and announce it here after I see it running for more than
> |three days at my location without problems. Now it is up for seven hors
> |and it works like a charm...
> Could you make a patch against the Livingston 1.* or the Cistron
> versions?  I don't have a Livingston product with me so I don't have
> access to Livingston 2.* (and it sounds like a few others too).

Am I wrong, or was the origional posing about making a method of
authenticating Linux logins with Raidus via PAM, not just providing a
Pammified Radius daemon? I've seen references to this in the PWDB
libraries, but never figured out if it was functional.

I would like to be able to authenticate all the services on my system
via Radius (in conjunction with a SecurID server). Anyone?

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