commented out the logging as a way to keep the plugin from crashing.. Now that its not crashing it doesn't seem to even try to authenticate.  using radtest, I'm able to confirm the radius server is reachable from the guacamole server. I've numbered the authproviders 0radius and 1jbdc as suggested in another thread.  that did not help.  My guacamole property files looks like this

# MySQL properties
mysql-hostname: localhost
mysql-port: 3306
mysql-database: guacdb
mysql-username: xxxxxxx
mysql-password: xxxxxxxx

# Additional settings
mysql-default-max-connections-per-user: 0
mysql-default-max-group-connections-per-user: 0

radius-auth-port: 1812
radius-shared-secret: xxxxxx
radius-auth-protocol: pap

any thoughts?

On Sat, Dec 1, 2018 at 7:29 PM Not Speedy <> wrote:
Thanks for the help Nick.  I just tried from scratch with the same results. Perhaps it my ide,...I'll continue to keep googling and trying.  I'll also try against the staging branch to see if my results differ.

Thanks again

On Sat, Dec 1, 2018 at 6:30 PM Nick Couchman <> wrote:
On Sat, Dec 1, 2018 at 7:06 PM Not Speedy <> wrote:
odd..the only war/app I have is guacamole, and its the only project i currently have imported into intellij. I'm building off master.  It looks like the lib is being pulled in with the mavin-dependency-plugin, during the build... but I could be wrong.  I'll keep playing with it.  I'm very new with maven and building things from source.

I've been trying it out from staging/1.0.0 instead of master, so I'll try to find some time to try out the master branch and see if something might be broken, there.  In the meantime, I'd suggest cleaning out all of your builds, and all of your extensions and re-deploying things from the beginning and see if that helps.