Release packagesare available for Debian (8 – Jessie, 9 – Stretch), Ubuntu (14.04 – Trusty, 16.04 – Xenial, 18.04 – Bionic), and Centos 7.
These packages are from the official “3.0.19” release, and will track all new versions of FreeRADIUS. The release packages are also integrated into our new Jenkins driven, dockerised, workflow. Packages should be available as soon as a new version has been released.
We are offering these packages as a free service to the community. Paid support is available from us at reasonable rates.
One reason for this service is that many Operating System vendors ship versions of FreeRADIUS that are years out of date. We believe that people should be using the most recent release, and that it is beneficial for us to offer this service.
Development packages are also available, though they should only be used in the following, limited, situations:
- You have been directed to use them by NetworkRADIUS support.
- You are experiencing issues with a stable release, and need to determine if the issue still exists in FreeRADIUS v3.0.x HEAD (the tip of the v3.0.x release branch).
- You have been asked to provide debugging information.
The development packages should not be used on production systems unless directed to by a member of the NetworkRADIUS support team.