On Sun, Oct 26, 2014 at 2:29 PM, Timo Aaltonen <tjaal...@ubuntu.com> wrote:
>
>         Hi!
>
>   Sooo.. as a followup to last weeks announcement about Dogtag 10.2
> getting in Debian, today marks the day that FreeIPA finally made it to
> the distro! And unless release critical bugs are found it'll migrate to
> the testing branch after spending 10 days on unstable, just in time
> before the freeze of the next release.
>
> The past week was spent on fixing the remaining issues around client &
> server install. Thanks to everyone on #freeipa-devel that helped me on
> times of despair :)
>
> It'll take some time to wrap the distro patches into something that
> upstream could accept with a straight face.. In the meantime, feel free
> to kick the tires by installing 'freeipa-server' or 'freeipa-client' and
> report bugs if you find any!
>
> The packages will also get in the next Ubuntu release, and I'll backport
> them to 14.04 later this year.
>
>
> ps. special thanks to Benjamin Drung who joined the ranks of
> pkg-freeipa-devel earlier this year, reviewed all the new packages with
> attention to detail, sponsored them for me before I got upload rights,
> and most importantly stuck around all this time :)
>
>
> --
> t
>
> --

Awesome news! If someone is willing to test, I'm willing to write the
patches to puppet-ipa [1] so that it works on Debian.

Let me know.

Cheers,
James

[1] https://github.com/purpleidea/puppet-ipa

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