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Subject: [linux-help] Re: FreeRadius server
From: Anne McCadden <ironrose@xxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 22 Nov 2002 20:47:38 -0600
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Thank you for giving detailed help.  This is why so many people are 
afraid to try linux -- because they think that they can't get any help, 
get frustrated and give up.  Linux is much more user friendly than it 
use to be, but still has somewhat of a steep learning curve.  There are 
also so many different things that you can do with linux, the 
possibilites are as limited as our imagination.  I had never heard of 
this area of linux and so this is something new for me too.  Thanks ~Anne

Matt Pankratz wrote:

>While I understand the necessity of brevity, I think we as a group might
>be able to respond in manner more befiting the list name (linux-HELP).
>The online documentation for FreeRadius is available at the following URL:
>It's a good start to understanding how FreeRadius works.
>In addition, a quick Google search on some of the keywords of your dilema
>yielded the following URL that might be of help to you.
>I can't vouch for the validity of the above links as it pertains to your
>particular situation, but it's probably a place to start.
>This brief response points Sunil back to the package documentation
>(including a direct link), and also offers a starting point that is more
>specific to his query (again with a link).

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