[Freeswitch-dev] Freeswitch now has Python Support - Ruby better
iaxteling at cartissolutions.com
Mon Sep 11 15:22:05 EDT 2006
I was looking at how cross platform FreeRADIUS is, and it seems that in
order to run under Windows, you need to use Cygwin. Is anybody here
familiar with enough with FreeRADIUS to know if just libfreeradius will
work on Win32/64 without Cygwin? If not, is Peter Nixon one of the main
devs of FreeRADIUS?
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Brian West wrote:
> Yes I already spoke with Peter Nixon on this subject and he
> clarified the lib license situation which made me quite happy.
> On Sep 10, 2006, at 7:33 PM, Chris Parker wrote:
>> FreeRADIUS is GPL. The FreeRADIUS library that implements the core
>> functionality is LGPL. If you want to embed RADIUS functionality,
>> you only need
>> the library, not the full blown server.
>> I am involved in the FreeRADIUS project, but I'm speaking here for no
>> one but
>> myself. :)
>> On Sep 10, 2006, at 3:48 PM, Nikolay Kolev wrote:
>>> My info regarding FreeRADIUS licensing was based on a previous
>>> posts… and also on the info posted on their homepage – it says GPL,
>>> not LGPL. Anyway, it was used as an example. Unless there are legal
>>> issues, I don’t see a problem if different standalone non-core
>>> modules are licensed differently.
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