Release Notes: This release enables Ascend binary filters support and adds a few minor refinements to the code and autotools scripts.
Release Notes: This is the first release of the development branch. This branch is not intended for general use and will become stable eventually in the near future. The current release has major upgrades in autotools scripts, which now are modified for up-to-date autoconf/automake.
Release Notes: This long due release has a couple of security fixes and some minor refinements all around.
Release Notes: This release solves some buffer overflow bugs which could cause a DoS if exploited. All of these bugs were related to digest calculation buffer overflows and VSA validation. A new updated dictionary has been included, and some portability issues have been resolved.
Release Notes: A first draft of the man pages was written. Some old draft documentation files have been removed. The default prefix was changed to '/usr/local/yardradius'. A bug in configure.in which created a superfluous file when --enable-debian was used has been fixed. Many typos and grammar errors in the documentation have been corrected. A problem in which configure.in did not install the logs and the doc directory when a prefix was not set on the command line has been fixed.
Release Notes: Some configuration files were changed in order to support Debian packaging. A Debian package will be released shortly. Some patches were applied for PAM support.
Release Notes: Major improvements in PAM support and configuration, compatibility with old common versions of GDBM, entries in the RADIUS dictionary for Nortel/BayNetworks, and improved documentation.
Release Notes: Some configuration and portability issues have been solved. This release should be easily built and configured under Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris, and Compaq Unix.
Release Notes: This release corrects problems in the autoconf/automake configuration files, and now be compiled under Linux, Solaris, FreeBSD, and Comapaq Unix at the least. A new extended dictionary is available, and the code is much cleaner.