Gonzalo, We have some running servers on Amazon Linux and it would be difficult to migrate all those to CentOS or RHEL as of now. Hence If you can provide the package's version then it would really help us till the time we do migration.
For sure all over new Servers are going to be CentOS or RHEL. *Best Regards,__________________________________________* *Yogesh Sharma* *Email: yks0...@gmail.com <yks0...@gmail.com> | Web: www.initd.in <http://www.initd.in>* RHCE, VCE-CIA, RackSpace Cloud U [image: My LinkedIn Profile] <http://in.linkedin.com/in/yks0000> On Fri, Mar 27, 2015 at 1:03 PM, Gonzalo Fernandez Ordas < g.fer.or...@unicyber.co.uk> wrote: > Yogesh > > My personal experience using AWS Linux and LDAP is not a good one and > mostly an utter nightmare in relation to packages. > Personally I would recommend you to keep away from AWS Linux and get a > Centos, Fedora or Redhat. > Still, if you want to go ahead, I can give you the right versions for a > couple of packages as the default sudo given by Amazon simply DOES NOT work > (no idea what they have done to it..) > > Thanks > > On 27/03/2015 00:03, Yogesh Sharma wrote: > > Hello, > > Is there any repo available for Amazon Linux to install IPA Client OR > below is the only way to do as found from freeipa-user mail archive. > > http://www.redhat.com/archives/freeipa-users/2013-October/msg00058.html > > > Thanks for the help. > > > > * Best Regards, __________________________________________ * > > *Yogesh Sharma * > > > > >
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