Ok, I removed the files in that directory, manually removed 389-ds-base,
cleaned up the user/group and some left over directories and all
installed/configured correctly.

-R


On Tue, Feb 21, 2017 at 1:03 PM Timo Aaltonen <tjaal...@ubuntu.com> wrote:

> On 21.02.2017 17:33, Robert L. Harris wrote:
> > This was a clean install of Ubuntu.  If I install freeipa-server I get
> > the error from the original email.  If I do a "apt install
> > freeipa-server" I do see it will install python-ipaserver.  When I let
> > it run it downloads and everything and starts setting everything up.  I
> > get this:
> >
> > Processing triggers for ureadahead (0.100.0-19) ...
> > Errors were encountered while processing:
> >  389-ds-base
> >  freeipa-server
> >  freeipa-server-dns
> > E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)
>
> And I installed it on a clean chroot and the packages installed fine
> without issues. Note that the pki-server spam is expected and not an error.
>
> > If I run the python command you gave me at this point I get this:
> >
> > python2 -c 'from ipaserver.install import installutils; print "yes" if
> > installutils.is_ipa_configured() else "no";'
> > yes
>
> This means that you have some files around which a clean install should
> not have. Check the contents of /var/lib/ipa/sysrestore.
>
>
>
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