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I am knew to Linux administration. I was shown once how to add users to users.db in /etc/raddb/users.db in Linux I think with the vi editor. Now I can't remember ...
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    Question How do I add a user in Linux Radius?


    I am knew to Linux administration.
    I was shown once how to add users to users.db
    in /etc/raddb/users.db in Linux I think with the vi editor.
    Now I can't remember how. It is really frustrating, because I just started working for an isp and need to remove two dial-up users. Most Forums suck and give me loads of info i don't want instead of simply explaining how to add or remove users step by step. i don't want to know just the path to the file.
    For crying out load, Will somebody just explain step-by-step?
    what is the command? vi /etc/raddb.users.db and then edit?
    All i see when i do this is a blank file. Sombody Anybody Please Help!

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    The following may be of help--

    http://www.radius.cistron.nl/README

    You apparently need the user added to a group in the linux sever first
    using some [roo]$adduser variation.

    Thats about all I know on this sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom-tjtech
    The following may be of help--

    http://www.radius.cistron.nl/README

    You apparently need the user added to a group in the linux sever first
    using some [roo]$adduser variation.

    Thats about all I know on this sorry
    That's useless but thanks for trying.
    This companys been around for years the groups and other users have already been created. All i need to know is how to edit the uses.db file or add or remove users. Plain and simple. Please does anbody know the answer???

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