Hi Andrew,

On 26/12/2017 16:35, Andrew Meyer wrote:
> Jens,
> I'm not familiar w/ Python.  How do I pass the url, user and realm to
> it?  Do I do something like this - './freeipaclient.py url=myurl
> user=username' ?
If you're not familiar with python my code is probably not useful for
you. It's main purpose is to be a library to be integrated into other
python tools/scripts,
not to be used as a command line tool.

To perform quick commands against ipa from the command line I just use
the ipa client https://www.freeipa.org/page/Client

If you want to script things, then more information on the api is indeed
actually pretty hard to come by.

see https://www.redhat.com/archives/freeipa-users/2015-April/msg00582.html
which eventually pointed me to

The thing here that I needed to figure out to get kerberos
authentication working in python (and probably a lot of other scripting
languages) is that
you can just set KRB5_KTNAME=/path/to/keytabfile and use GSSAPI in your
script. And to get the actuall REST calls you can just run ipa -vv

Jens Timmerman

> Thank you!
> Hi Andrew,
> On 20/12/2017 22:42, Andrew Meyer via FreeIPA-users wrote:
> > Does anyone have any examples or could share what they have written?
> >
> > I am trying to write a script and not sure what components I need. 
> I've been working on a python client for a bit. It will probably be made
> public when I'm done.
> But at the moment I'm just adding methods as I need them.
> You can find what I'm allowed to share at the moment at
> https://gist.github.com/JensTimmerman/c123d5f6291e4cd542473241ce7bf4c9
> feedback greatly appreciated.
> Regards,
> Jens Timmerman

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