> I'll take any example. This shouldn't be that complicated to get
> running, but the lack of information is maddening.


When I was developing mod_radius, I used FreeRADIUS as the test server. I
didn't use any SQL backend for RADIUS, just plain files. Here's what I
used:

My FreeRADIUS dictionary.unix file ($INCLUDE'd in dictionary):

VENDOR Unix 4

BEGIN-VENDOR Unix

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-VENDOR Unix

My FreeRADIUS users modification:

DEFAULT Auth-Type := System
Unix-FTP-UID := 500,
Unix-FTP-GID := 500,
Unix-FTP-Home := "/home/tj",
Unix-FTP-Shell := "/bin/bash",
Unix-FTP-Group-Names := "wheel,radius,ftp",
Unix-FTP-Group-Ids := "0,500,600",
Fall-Through = 1

TJ

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