On 10/17/2014 01:28 PM, Orkhan Gasimov wrote:
> Of course! But for now I'm in process of checking my integration and there are
> some things I don't like.
> First and foremost, any change on the IPA server is not automatically 
> reflected
> on the BSD client.
> Only after SSSD is manually restarted on the client, something  like it's 
> cache
> is cleared happens and new rules apply.
> For now I'm not even checking something complex like sudo rule groups with 
> host
> groups, it's just a simple sudo rule for a single user.
> I hope for collaboration with other interested people to find a stable 
> solution
> for FreeIPA - FreeBSD interaction via SSSD, so that as a result of all this
> effort a well-detailed tutorial could be written and shared with all *nix 
> users.

+1. Or, even better approach would be if ipa-client-install script gets ported
some nice day to FreeBSD so that sssd&assorted services do not need to be
configured automatically and can use autodiscover features of
ipa-client-install. But this is even farther future :-)

> 17-Oct-14 16:17, Martin Kosek пишет:
>> On 10/17/2014 01:01 PM, Orkhan Gasimov wrote:
>>> That format is not simple for me, as I'm not a programmer. But after I 
>>> check,
>>> double-check and triple-check my FreeBSD - FreeIPA integration via SSSD and
>>> assure that it works without unexpected behaviors, I'll probably write a 
>>> HOW-TO
>>> on this process and post it at FreeBSD forums.
>> Thanks! Would you consider also adding the HOWTO to
>> http://www.freeipa.org/page/HowTos
>> so that other people can follow your steps?
>>
>>> I'll then share the link to my
>>> post here, so that:
>>> 1) FreeIPA community could also check the post for any errors;
>>> 2) someone more prepared could translate the whole process into the format
>>> appropriate for the ipa-advise tool.
>>>
>>> 17-Oct-14 15:37, Alexander Bokovoy пишет:
>>>> FreeIPA is an open source project where anyone can contribute in their
>>>> areas of interest. You are welcome to contribute recipes for FreeBSD.
>>>>
>>>> The code is around
>>>> https://git.fedorahosted.org/cgit/freeipa.git/tree/ipaserver/advise/plugins/legacy_clients.py
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> As you can see, most recipes are structured in easy way and adding new
>>>> is as simple as adding new class definition there.
> 

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