On Thu, Nov 07, 2013 at 08:47:35PM +0600, Arthur wrote:
> I do not know, may be I am wrong somewhere, but I did not make any
> extra things with config files, just run ipa-client-install and
> everything seemed works fine.
ipa-client-install modifies /etc/nsswitch.conf and adds "sss" to the
list of modules if not already there.
> that worked for f17, f18, f19 with ipa-server on CentOS 6.3&6.4.
I'm not sure about F-19 from the top of my head, sorry, but starting
with F-20 at least you'll get sss configured right from the install
> Jakub Hrozek wrote:
> >On Thu, Nov 07, 2013 at 09:44:21AM +0200, Alexander Bokovoy wrote:
> >>On Wed, 06 Nov 2013, Dean Hunter wrote:
> >>>After building a new VM and configuring the IPA 3.3.2 client, Gnome
> >>>seems to only perform a local log-in until the system is rebooted. SSH
> >>>works with IPA, but not Gnome. Is this correct? Is there anything less
> >>>disruptive than a reboot that I can do?
> >>Restart gdm.service?
> >>I'm not sure how gdm handles PAM auth.
> >I think the reason is actually nsswitch.conf, not PAM. Usually
> >applications need to be restarted in order to notice changes to
> >nsswitch.conf. That's also the reason why recent Fedora releases put
> >"sss" to nsswitch.conf by default.
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