On 02/20/2013 10:31 AM, Tomas Babej wrote:
> When installing / uninstalling IPA client, the checks that
> determine whether IPA client is installed now take the existence
> of /etc/ipa/default.conf into consideration.
> The client will not uninstall unless either something is backed
> up or /etc/ipa/default.conf file does exist.
> The client will not install if something is backed up or
> default.conf file does exist (unless it's installation on master).
Can we create a function testing if ipa client is installed to avoid
duplication of the decision logic? Something like is_ipa_configured present in
Keep in mind that we cannot use ipaserver package as it may not be present on
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