Selon Heiko Zuerker <heiko@...>:
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> On Mon, November 21, 2005 06:21, ferris@... wrote:
> > Selon Serge Leschinsky <fish@...>:
> >> I'm sorry again. In this case I asked you to compare the absolutely
> >> different applications designed for different purposes.
> >> PS. It looks like you need pam support (pam radius in particular).
> >> Am I right?
> > If it allow me to authenticate users connecting to my Linux system (l=
> > or remote) with a Radius server, certainly it is. Is it included in
> > How
> > can I enable it? Is it as easy as portslave would/schould be?
> Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't portslave for pppd only, too ?
> - --
> Heiko Zuerker
I have never use any of them and I thougth it was an easy thing to implem=
But it seems it is not the case as nobody has had this need with DL.
Do you think you can implement pam support which seem to be the right cho=
sunrise ADSL: Gratuit et plus s=FBr que jamais!
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> I have never use any of them and I thougth it was an easy thing to
> But it seems it is not the case as nobody has had this need with DL.
> Do you think you can implement pam support which seem to be the right
PAM requires some significant changes, which could break a lot.
On the other hand, we really should add it.
Any opinions on PAM ?
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