Lukas, ipa-client-install is part of the freeipa-client rpm. On Amazon Linux this rpm cannot be installed. This is the basic issue.
Thanks. On 2 September 2015 at 12:43, Lukas Slebodnik <lsleb...@redhat.com> wrote: > On (02/09/15 11:22), Prashant Bapat wrote: > >Hi, > > > >Running a freeipa-client on Amazon Linux is a huge challenge. This is > >because the client depends on SSSD which in turn uses Samba libraries > which > >Amazon Linux does not support. > sssd >= 1.11 can be compiled without samba libraries. > But result is missing ad and ipa provider. > So you would need to manually configure sssd with ldap provider against > FreeIPA. > > >I tried this sometime back and gave up. > >Instead we went with pam-nss-ldap route which works great with compat ldap > >schema. Run the "ipa-advise" command for more details. > > > >I'm running the pam-nss-ldap client on 2000+ servers in AWS with Amazon > >Linux. > > > ipa-client install has option "--no-sssd" > -S, --no-sssd Do not configure the client to use SSSD for > authentication > > LS >
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