On (15/01/15 10:54), Petr Spacek wrote:
>On 15.1.2015 09:36, Lukas Slebodnik wrote:
>>>> >> Hi List
>>>> >> 
>>>> >> Please is it really possible to have Debian and Ubuntu serve as IPA 
>>>> >> clients?
>>>> >> I've tried some instructions/guidelines on the list and they always fail
>>>> >> with the IPA client install being halfway completed and sssd's
>>>> >> configuration file moved to .deleted.
>>>> >> I'm really interested in getting this to work and I'll appreciate any 
>>>> >> help
>>>> >> I can get. Failing that are there any alternatives?
>>> >
>>> >Please see http://www.freeipa.org/page/Troubleshooting#Client_Installation
>>> >
>>> >If it does not help then please post more information about your problem, 
>>> >namely:
>>> >- exact package versions (keep in mind that "Wheezy" is a moving target)
>> What do you mean by moving target?
>> 
>> wheezy is codename for the latest release is Debian 7.8. It is also 
>> (currently)
>> known as stable
>
>Sure, but Debian allows packages updates after release - or not?
Each distributions allows packages updates after release.
Where is a difference?

LS

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