Well, getting the server working needs lot more, including reshuffling
the whole ipapython/platform stuff around, so the current debian.py is
temporary until that work is done upstream (I'll get to it in two
weeks). The current freeipa package in 12.04 will only get fixes so that
the client install goes more smoothly etc, but server would need a
backport of 3.1 most likely.
The packaging is in git.debian.org btw.
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ipa-getkeytab doesn't work
Status in “freeipa” package in Ubuntu:
after successfully joining a freeipa domain with 12.04, it should be
possible to use ipa-getkeytab from the freeipa-client package.
Sadly this is just an expectation.
so, "ipa-getkeytab --help" on F17 gives this output:
[root@authmgr ~]# ipa-getkeytab --help
Usage: ipa-getkeytab [OPTION...]
-q, --quiet Print as little as
-s, --server=Server Name Contact this
specific KDC Server
-p, --principal=Kerberos Service Principal Name The principal to
get a keytab for
-k, --keytab=Keytab File Name File were to store
-e, --enctypes=Comma separated encryption types list Encryption types to
--permitted-enctypes Show the list of
-P, --password Asks for a
to use for the
-D, --binddn=DN to bind as if not using kerberos LDAP DN
-w, --bindpw=password to use if not using kerberos LDAP password
-?, --help Show this help
--usage Display brief usage
On Ubuntu 12.04:
root@ubuntu-ipa-client:~# ipa-getkeytab --help
This is not correct.
Please find attached strace logs of both clients:
Ubuntu 12.04 and F17
Comparing these, Ubuntu 12.04 stops in the middle before even executing the
main() method (IMHO)
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