TJ Saunders wrote:

>The RadiusUserInfo directive would look something like:
> RadiusUserInfo $(123:100) $(124:100) $(125:/tmp) $(126:/bin/bash)
>where the 123-126, above, are the attribute IDs you configure in your
>RADIUS server for UID (the 123 above), GID (124), home directory (125) and
>shell (126). These assume that your RADIUS server is using a Vendor ID of
>4 ("Unix"). If your RADIUS server uses a different vendor ID, then you
>will need to configure that as well:

Success! The above didn't match what I found out on the net on the
subject, and I had to make my own dictionary/unix file, but adding in
this line:

RadiusUserInfo $(10:100) $(11:100) $(12:/tmp) $(13:/bin/bash)

and having this as my dictionary/unix file:


ATTRIBUTE Unix-FTP-UID 10 integer
ATTRIBUTE Unix-FTP-GID 11 integer
ATTRIBUTE Unix-FTP-Home 12 string
ATTRIBUTE Unix-FTP-Shell 13 string
ATTRIBUTE Unix-FTP-Group-Names 14 string
ATTRIBUTE Unix-FTP-Group-Ids 15 string


at least got me authenticated and logged in. I'll have to see if
attributes from my radius attrib data gets passed along, but this is
much better than I had before.

-Greg G

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