Github user mike-jumper commented on a diff in the pull request:
    --- Diff: src/chapters/radius-auth.xml ---
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    +<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
    +<chapter xml:id="radius-auth" xmlns=""; 
version="5.0" xml:lang="en"
    +    xmlns:xi=""; 
    +    <title>RADIUS Authentication</title>
    +    <indexterm>
    +        <primary>RADIUS Authentication</primary>
    +    </indexterm>
    +    <para>Guacamole supports delegating authentication to a RADIUS 
service, such as FreeRADIUS, to
    +        validate username and password combinations, and to support 
multi-factor authentication.  This
    +        authentication method must be layered on top of some other 
authentication extension, such as
    +        those available from the main project website, in order to provide 
access to actual
    +        connections.</para>
    +    <section xml:id="radius-downloading">
    +        <title>Downloading the RADIUS authentication extension</title>
    +        <para>The RADIUS extension depends on software that is covered by 
a LGPL license, which is
    +            incompatible with the Apache 2.0 license under which Guacamole 
is licensed.  Due to this
    +            dependency, the Guacamole project cannot distribute binary 
versions of the RADIUS extension.
    +            If you want to use this extension you will need to build the 
code - or at least the RADIUS
    +            extension yourself.  Build instructions can be found in the 
    +            <xref linkend="installing-guacamole"/>.</para>
    +    </section>
    +    <section xml:id="installing-radius-auth">
    +        <title>Installing RADIUS authentication</title>
    +        <para>The RADIUS extension must be explicitly enabled during build 
time in order to generate
    +            the binaries and resulting JAR file.  This is done by adding 
the flag <option>-Plgpl-extensions</option>
    +            to the MAVEN command line during the build, and should result 
in the output below:</para>
    --- End diff --
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