On 11/29/2016 09:35 PM, Robert Kudyba wrote:


On Nov 29, 2016, at 11:37 AM, Rob Crittenden <rcrit...@redhat.com <mailto:rcrit...@redhat.com>> wrote:

Robert Kudyba wrote:
I知 trying to use the script posted on
https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__shellonearth.net_import-2Dlocal-2Daccounts-2Din-2Dfreeipa-2Drhelcentos_&d=DgIDAw&c=aqMfXOEvEJQh2iQMCb7Wy8l0sPnURkcqADc2guUW8IM&r=X0jL9y0sL4r4iU_qVtR3lLNo4tOL1ry_m7-psV3GejY&m=qUO21wyGfiMBRaZk6rjEMSMEMYZB0QpBVyQTCq3U6lw&s=9CmZV-vE0Nle4yup0VrHuHVnMuPNCBaOcJQkR4GzebM&e= .
I知 getting the below error. Have the options for ipa user-add changed
recently? Here痴 what the error looks like in context from the CLI:

Password for admin@ourdomain:
User login:
ipa: ERROR: Could not get User login interactively

Here is what痴 in the script:

ipa user-add $USER --first=$FIRST --last=$LAST --cn="$FULL"
--displayname="$FULL" --uid=$UUID --gidnumber=$GID --setattr
userpassword='{crypt}$CRYPT'



Are you sure $USER has a value?

It looks like it is falling back on interactive prompting for required
fields.

Thanks that gave me a clue. The script was looking for a group ID of 8 characters long I changed it to 4: forline in"$(echo $p | grep "x:[0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9]*:")"# Only grep user accounts with IDs of 4 digits or more

But now the script just “hangs” and no response. I confirmed permissions of the shadow and passwd files and just using 20 login names from each file. Nothing shows up in the user search of the FreeIPA GUI.



Well, I may not be that fluent in bash as I used to be, but from what I see here, it's quite obvious. Line 39 - you have a `while read p` part there that waits for input from stdin. That's where you hang. How you managed to get to `ipa user-add` line before I am not really certain.

Did you perhaps mean to read from /tmp/passwd or /tmp/shadow on L39? :)

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