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Re: radius in pwdb and pam_pwdb

On Mon, 28 Dec 1998, Grzegorz Stanislawski wrote:

> On Fri, 25 Dec 1998, Bruno Lopes F. Cabral wrote:
> > Hi
> > 
> > > I wrote a patch for pam_pwdb to support pwdb_radius autenthication.
> > > I had to change some things in pwdb also. Both patches are very dirt,
> > > they contains lots of checkpoints i used to debug.
> > 
> > did I missed something or pam_auth_radius is what you're looking for?
> > I tested it some time ago in place of pam_pwdb and it worked like
> > a charm :)
> > 
> I didn't included radius support to pwdb, it has been there, my patch only
> tries to make is work somehow.
> I think You are missing the idea and purpose of pam and pwdb.
> I want radius to provide all data about users, ant that is what is pwdb
> for, not only checking password, and that is pam (pam_auth_radius and
> pam_pwdb).  
> I'm trying to do something like NIS with flexibility of radius.

I'd be interested in trying our your code here. What do I need to do to
start hacking with your code?

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