radutil and radcmd are a pair of administrative tools to manage a radmind server This is currently an experimental version radutil is a Python library providing functions for management tasks, and radcmd is a command line tool for this library. Installation: The tools can be left in the folder you downloaded them, or they can be installed as follows: the radutil.py file needs to be in your Python path. On OS X 10.5 this will be: /Library/Python/2.5/site-packages The radcmd file needs to be executable and on your path (ie /usr/local/bin) If your radmind files in /var/radmind are owned by root (the default) you must run radcmd as root Configuration: The following paths are checked for a configuration file: '/etc/radutil.cfg', '/usr/local/etc/radutil.cfg', '/Library/Preferences/radutil.cfg', The following defaults are provided if no config is found: 'rad_dir':'/var/radmind/', 'default_k_excludes': '', 'case_sensitive': False, 'checksum': 'sha1', 'fsdiffpath': '.', The library is documented in the docstrings, to get the usage for the command line tool,
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