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A distro having freeradius

Posted on 2008-06-13
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Any one knows a linux distro having freeradius built in? i used zeroshell (www.zeroshell.net) it has freeradius but its web interface for freeradius is very poor . i need a distro that can be installed on a HDD and not live cd .
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All distros allow you to install freeradius.

On debian/Ubuntu do

apt-get install freeradius radiusclient

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Fedora/RH/CentOS do

yum install freeradius
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any easy and clear installation and setup for freeradius?
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Check this it contains a list of howtos

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=151388
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http://www.linux-tutorial.info/modules.php?name=Howto&pagename=8021X-HOWTO/freeradius.html

Well the installation is practically done by the system and configuration depends on what you want to achieve.
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