The FreeRADIUS Project
Anonymous Git AccessAnonymous git access is available for the following trees, with HTTP access provided via GitHub:
- master - The next "major" release, which will have new features and other changes.
$ git clone git://git.freeradius.org/freeradius-server.git
$ git clone git://git.freeradius.org/freeradius-server.git $ cd freeradius-server $ git fetch origin v2.x.x:v2.x.x $ git checkout v2.x.x
$ git clone git://git.freeradius.org/freeradius-server.git $ cd freeradius-server $ git fetch origin old-dev:old-dev $ git checkout old-dev
Followed by the usual
$ ./configure $ make $ make install
The GitHub links above support:
- gitweb access,
- support for cloning via HTTP,
- support for downloading "tar" files of the git tree.
Please read the howto page for the suggested git work flow.
The repositories available on this server are:
- git://git.freeradius.org/freeradius-server.git - The FreeRADIUS Server
- git://git.freeradius.org/mod_auth_radius.git - The FreeRADIUS Apache Module for RADIUS Authentication
These repositories are also available on github
See the patch page for instructions
Anonymous CVS Access
$ cvs -d :pserver:email@example.com:/freeradius-server.git checkout -d radiusd master
Where radiusd is the local directory that the checkout goes into. The -d radiusd option can also be omitted.
The rest of the text in that command (including the reference to "master") is git magic, and should be ignored by most people using anonymous CVS.
The original CVS tree is available on the historical page.
Instructions for core team members are on the commit access page.
Old Git branches
As of June 2010, the old "master" branch has been moved to "old-dev". It contained a line of development which did not work out. Therefore, the old "stable" branch has become the new "master" branch. The old "stable" branch still exists, but should not be used
Anyone who was using the old "master" branch should discard it, and base all of their work on the new "master" branch. Since we discouraged anyone from using the "master" branch, this change should not cause problems for anyone.