Thanks for sharing your (rather painful) experience, I am glad you made it
working in the end.
Just note that we are currently (read FreeIPA 4.0.x and FreeIPA 4.1) working
making the cert operations in the installers smoother so that after so that
people like you would have much easier job.
On 08/26/2014 05:19 PM, Chris Whittle wrote:
This actually died after restart so I ended up starting over...
So here is the process I did that looks like it works and also survives restart
Step 1 - Before install
start at Convert crt file in PEM format and do that whole section completely
Step 2 - Install IPA server using the p12 file from before and also the
intermediate.crt from your provider (I'm not sure why this isn't documented
anywhere but I found it in my searches)
ipa-server-install --http_pkcs12 DOMAIN.COM.p12 --dirsrv_pkcs12
collectivebias.com.p12 --root-ca-file intermediate.crt
Step 3 - re add certs (for some reason I don't know but it's needed) (from
ipa-server-certinstall -w --http_pin=PKPASSWORD DOMAIN.COM.p12
ipa-server-certinstall -d --dirsrv_pin=PKPASSWORD DOMAIN.COM.p12
Step 4 reboot
Step 5 You can dance if you wanna...
On Mon, Aug 25, 2014 at 2:02 PM, Chris Whittle <cwhi...@gmail.com
I spoke a little too soon... It's working fine (browser is using new cert
and also ldaps is using the new cert) except when you go to the certs page
on the ui.
An error has occurred (IPA Error 4301: CertificateOperationError)
Certificate operation cannot be completed: Unable to communicate with CMS
(Internal Server Error)
On Mon, Aug 25, 2014 at 1:34 PM, Chris Whittle <cwhi...@gmail.com
ok I think I got it again... If anyone is looking for this here is the
answer that worked for me....
1. Here are the steps
-- start at Convert crt file in PEM format and do that whole
2. Then with the p12 from above you get do this (skip the line
about generating a new one)
1. If you run across the error "/etc/ipa/ca.crt contains more
than one certificate" you will need to go into
/etc/ipa/ca.crt, back it up and then try removing one of
the certs and try ipa-server-certinstall from above again
(if it doesn't work revert ca.crt to the original and then
remove the other)
3. Then restart the both instances (bottom of the freeipa link)
and you should be good to go.
On Mon, Aug 25, 2014 at 8:45 AM, Chris Whittle <cwhi...@gmail.com
I found this but I think it's just IPA certs?
Basically I want to use my existing wildcard cert for https and
I did this on my 3.3 install on CentOS but now I'm on a 4 install
on Fedora Core.
Any help would be more than appreciated!
On Mon, Aug 25, 2014 at 6:24 AM, Chris Whittle <cwhi...@gmail.com
I have 4 installed and I get it when I try to generate the pk12
On Aug 25, 2014 3:50 AM, "Jan Cholasta" <jchol...@redhat.com
Dne 25.8.2014 v 03:04 Chris Whittle napsal(a):
Trying to do this
And I keep getting "Error unable to get local issuer
Where are you getting this error? ipa-server-certinstall,
or httpd, or somewhere else?
What version of ipa do you have installed?
I'm wondering if it's because of this from the doc
"The certificate in mysite.crt must be signed by the CA
but it might not either...
In this case you should get a "file.p12 is not signed by
/etc/ipa/ca.crt, or the full certificate chain is not
present in the PKCS#12 file" error in
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