Is this server or client side where sudo_provider=ipa is included in ver >
My fedora 20 client doesn't have this option listed, or is it baked in?
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On Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 3:46 AM, Jakub Hrozek <jhro...@redhat.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 12, 2014 at 03:35:58PM -0800, Will Sheldon wrote:
> > Is SSSD working for IPA sudo now?
> It was working even before, just with a bit of manual config, as I said
> in the reply you quoted, you just had to configure 'sudo_provider=ldap'
> > I saw this From Jakub Horozek in this list a little while back:
> > Unfortunately with 6.5 there is still no sudo ipa provider, there might
> > be with one in 6.6. So in order to download the sudo rules you need to
> > configure the LDAP sudo provider manually.
> sudo_provider=ipa is included in 1.9.6 and also all recent versions
> We're thinking about including a newer version in RHEL-6.6, where the
> sudo_provider=ipa would be included as well.
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