> 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:
>
>
> BEGIN VENDOR Unix 4
>
> 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
>
> END


The numbers are arbitrary; what is important is that the IDs you use in
your RadiusUserInfo directive match the IDs configured for the attributes
in your RADIUS server.

Cheers,
TJ

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