You could ease everything by creating 2 files: FreeIPA.conf and FreeIPA.pem, 
uploading them to Web and sharing links to them. FreeBSD users could the use 
the "fetch" command to download and use your files.

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На 5:36, 24.10.2014, в 5:36, Fraser Tweedale <ftwee...@redhat.com> написал:п>On 
Thu, Oct 23, 2014 at 02:12:47PM +0400, Орхан Касумов wrote:
>>  +1.
>> And even if talking about installation of the necessary software and
>not about the configuration, then why this?
>> 
>> " The commands to enable the custom repository and install the
>required packages on a FreeBSD host appear below.
>> Note that these are  Bourne  shell commands; this script will not
>work in the FreeBSD default shell  csh . "
>> 
>> After having baked ONE SET OF DEFAULTS into a custom package (to make
>our lives easier), you leave readers to mess with ANOTHER SET OF
>DEFAULTS, i.e. to change FreeBSD's shells?
>>
>It is only for that one script (because csh heredocs are weird).
>There is no need whatsoever for a chsh; just that one script needs
>to be executed in /bin/sh.  I will clarify this in the post.
>
>> Aren't there some discrepancies? It may be simple / useful /
>interesting to change shells, but why not make a self-sufficient
>article?
>> Please update your article to provide a full picture of what a user
>should do to install all necessary software, and also which parts
>should be installed from your repo, and which parts should be installed
>from ports (+ the correct order).
>> You've already done a lot of work, but with this refinement your help
>will be even more valuable.
>> I'm not asking for myself personally (I've already accomplished all
>necessary tasks) - just IMHO everyone writing instructions, tutorials
>and HowTos for the *nix world should stick to the rule: articles should
>be self-sufficient.
>> I.e. if they rely on techniques not detailed in them, they should at
>least include links to other WORKING articles to ensure that a reader
>will be able to COMPLETE a task.
>> Thanks for your contribution, Fraser.
>>
>> 
>> 
>> Thu, 23 Oct 2014 09:58:33 +0200 от Lukas Slebodnik
><lsleb...@redhat.com>:
>> >On (23/10/14 11:27), Outback Dingo wrote:
>> >>On Thu, Oct 23, 2014 at 11:20 AM, Fraser Tweedale <
>ftwee...@redhat.com >
>> >>wrote:
>> >>
>> >>> On Wed, Oct 22, 2014 at 03:23:56PM +0200, Lukas Slebodnik wrote:
>> >>> > On (22/10/14 17:10), Fraser Tweedale wrote:
>> >>> > >Further to my earlier email, I have written a blog post about
>all
>> >>> > >these matters, with a particular focus on the custom package
>repo.
>> >>> > >
>> >>> > >I will update it tomorrow with a bit more about the package
>> >>> > >"flavours" topic.  For now, all the details for enabling and
>using
>> >>> > >the custom repo are in the post.  Check it out and let me know
>if
>> >>> > >you spot any issues.
>> >>> > >
>> >>> > >
>> >>> 
>http://blog-ftweedal.rhcloud.com/2014/10/configuring-freebsd-as-a-freeipa-client/
>> >>> > >
>> >>> > The disadvantage of this approach is that users need to rely on
>updating
>> >>> > of non standard repo.  https://frase.id.au/pkg/${ABI}_FreeIPA
>> >>> >
>> >>> > In my opinion, it's better to write howto (script) which will
>configure
>> >>> all
>> >>> > necessary ports/files and portmaster will take care of updating
>ports.
>> >>> > 
>https://www.freebsd.org/doc/handbook/ports-using.html#portmaster
>> >>> >
>> >>> > LS
>> >>>
>> >>> Each has its advantages and disadvantages; people can choose what
>> >>> works for them.  Hopefully - not too far in the future - people
>> >>> won't have to choose, when binary package "flavours" are
>> >>> implemented.  When that happens, a small effort will be needed to
>> >>> define the FreeIPA flavour and ensure it gets included in the
>> >>> official package repos.
>> >>>
>> >Fraser you missed one main point of this thread. The most
>problematic was
>> >to *configure* all files and not install sssd. I don't want to say
>that
>> >installing is super easy, but configuration is much more
>complicated.
>> >
>> >>
>> >>Actually I would be inclined to assist with a ports build, so it
>could be
>> >>done correctly from the ports tree
>> >>and work towards having it adopted into mainline.
>> >>
>> >+1
>> >
>> >LS
>> >
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