Thanks go to both you and Dmitri Pal for responding to me. When I got your
messages I decided to do a clean install and capture the errors for you and,
wouldn't ya know it, they worked fine. :)
On Thu, Apr 17, 2014 at 06:27:37PM -0400, Rob Crittenden wrote:
> Dmitri Pal wrote:
> >On 04/17/2014 01:52 PM, Lincoln Fessenden wrote:
> >>Hi folks!
> >>First time I played with this was yesterday so forgive me if I am way
> >>behind the median user here.
> >>I installed the server twice, both times on RHEL 6.5. Seems to work
> >>just fine and the install goes smooth. First install of the client
> >>was on a RHEL 7 beta machine, which worked but I could not get server
> >>exclusion rules working (all or nothing), hence the server reinstall.
> >>Next I tried ipa-client on a brand new RHEL 6.5 box. This will NOT
> >>complete installation and the same is true for 5.10. Different errors
> >>though. 6.5 errors out after sending xml to the ipa-server and 5.10
> >>right after I provide the domain name. Since both of these machines
> >>are new installs and current for the release, I have got to believe I
> >>am missing something somewhere - some missing software dependency? I
> >>almost never have seen software in the enterprise repository that is
> >>just broken... Help?
> >Most likely there some DNS issues. Please check your DNS, /etc/hosts, etc.
> >Can you provide any client install logs?
> >That would really help.
> >Also http://www.freeipa.org/page/Troubleshooting might be helpful.
> Yes, seeing the errors would be quite helpful too, the more context
> the better (/var/log/ipaclient-install.log).
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