Hello,

How do I configure automount for Ubuntu 14.04 clients?  My procedure on
CentOS has been: install free-ipa client, run ipa-client-install (auto
configures with dns discovery), run ipa-client-automount.  However, when I
run this on the ubuntu client, I receive the following errors:

>> root@ubuntu-1404-x8664:~# ipa-client-automount -U
>> Searching for IPA server...
>> IPA server: DNS discovery
>> Location: default
>> Configured /etc/nsswitch.conf
>> Configured /etc/default/nfs-common
>> Configured /etc/idmapd.conf
>> rpcidmapd failed to restart: Command '/usr/sbin/service rpcidmapd
restart ' returned non-zero exit status 1
>> rpcgssd failed to restart: Command '/usr/sbin/service rpcgssd restart '
returned non-zero exit status 1

As these are not the names of these services on Ubuntu, this will never
work.

>> root@ubuntu-1404-x8664:~# service idmapd restart
>> idmapd stop/waiting
>> idmapd start/running, process 428
>> root@ubuntu-1404-x8664:~# service gssd restart
>> stop: Unknown instance:
>> gssd start/running, process 567

Unfortunately, this appears to be hardcoded values in the install script:

>>     290     if statestore.has_state('rpcidmapd'):
>>     291         enabled = statestore.restore_state('rpcidmapd',
'enabled')
>>     292         running = statestore.restore_state('rpcidmapd',
'running')
>>     293         rpcidmapd = ipaservices.knownservices.rpcidmapd
>>     294         if not enabled:
>>     295             rpcidmapd.disable()
>>     296         if not running:
>>     297             rpcidmapd.stop()
>>     298     if statestore.has_state('rpcgssd'):
>>     299         enabled = statestore.restore_state('rpcgssd', 'enabled')
>>     300         running = statestore.restore_state('rpcgssd', 'running')
>>     301         rpcgssd = ipaservices.knownservices.rpcgssd

Is Ubuntu not supported with FreeIPA?  Is there an updated install script?
I installed the freeipa-client from public repos.

>> ii  freeipa-client
 3.3.4-0ubuntu3.1                                    amd64        FreeIPA
centralized identity framework -- client
>> ii  python-freeipa
 3.3.4-0ubuntu3.1                                    amd64        FreeIPA
centralized identity framework -- python modules

Thanks,
Jon A
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