On 10/27/2011 02:50 PM, Rob Crittenden wrote: > Building 2.1.3 from source is going to require the same set of > dependencies as building from the src.rpm. Note though that upstream > development of freeipa is done in Fedora, not RHEL.
I gave compiling it from the src.rpm a try. I was OK compiling all the dependencies that were directly related (and there were a good lot of them), however, by the time I got into compiling other random libraries for gtk3 I gave up and just modified the spec file to allow me to use the libraries I had just compiled. I didn't expect it to work, so I was a bit surprised when it compiled just fine. I was soon let down when I ran into the *exact* same problem. :-/ I can force the clients to join but I can't log into them as a user. I have reasons for needing to stay with Scientific Linux. Since this was just a because-I-am-interested project I may have to wait till someone far more familiar with the project at Red Hat pushes out updated binaries (which I fully understand may be a while). I am certain to keep an eye on this project because it seems to be a _much_ easier and better way to manage users then the LDAP solution I currently have setup. Thanks for the help Rob! ~Stack~ _______________________________________________ Freeipa-users mailing list Freeipafirstname.lastname@example.org https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/freeipa-users