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Old 04-08-2013, 07:09 PM   #1
chemfire
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Talking proftpd radius (request)


Hopeful Pat will read this.

I am wondering if we might get the radius module included in the proftpd package in the future. Its not that big a deal either way easy enough to just do my own builds, and I realize most people probably don't use it, but it sure comes in handy for some environments. It would be one less thing to have to touch on upgrades too.

I don't think there are really any drawbacks to including it. No additional dependencies does not make the output package much bigger. Just need to add mod_radius to the with-modules configure option in the existing Slackbuild.
 
  


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