Define a External system to place the files where emer_ux is looking for it.
Then associate services to that external system.
Finally, create a new service (under an MBR) of that account type
and then from the main window, select, External, Batch accounts.
> I created a service type called FreeE-mail for testing. When I sent it to the unix box and ran extend and emparse it tried to write a lockfile to /etc/raddb/USERS.LOCK. Note that radius is not installed on this machine nor do I want to use radius on this machine.
Its designed to create a Livginston Compatable users file. You can
out that section of the perl script if you don't want it to.
> Also is this in the new docs.
We do not officially support the Unix exports, we only make examples
and the software itself together. Docs are including in the emer_ux
archvie for emer_ux itself.
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