timo

if i can of help with upstream

Jr aquino is just sitting Some cubicals next to me so i have a direct
wire to upstream ;-)

actually with him i am working on this project

so whatever it takes we have everything in place

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On 18.07.2012, at 00:55, Timo Aaltonen <tjaal...@ubuntu.com> wrote:

> 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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> report.
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1025864
>
> Title:
>  ipa-getkeytab doesn't work
>
> Status in “freeipa” package in Ubuntu:
>  New
>
> Bug description:
>  Dear Colleagues,
>
>  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
>                                                             possible
>    -s, --server=Server Name                                 Contact this
>                                                             specific KDC 
> Server
>    -p, --principal=Kerberos Service Principal Name          The principal to
>                                                             get a keytab for
>                                                             (ex:
>                                                             
> ftp/ftp.example....@example.com)
>    -k, --keytab=Keytab File Name                            File were to store
>                                                             the keytab
>                                                             information
>    -e, --enctypes=Comma separated encryption types list     Encryption types 
> to
>                                                             request
>    --permitted-enctypes                                     Show the list of
>                                                             permitted
>                                                             encryption types
>                                                             and exit
>    -P, --password                                           Asks for a
>                                                             non-random 
> password
>                                                             to use for the
>                                                             principal
>    -D, --binddn=DN to bind as if not using kerberos         LDAP DN
>    -w, --bindpw=password to use if not using kerberos       LDAP password
>
>  Help options:
>    -?, --help                                               Show this help
>                                                             message
>    --usage                                                  Display brief 
> usage
>                                                             message
>
>
>  On Ubuntu 12.04:
>
>
>  root@ubuntu-ipa-client:~# ipa-getkeytab --help
>  root@ubuntu-ipa-client:~#
>
>
>  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)
>
> To manage notifications about this bug go to:
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/freeipa/+bug/1025864/+subscriptions

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https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1025864

Title:
  ipa-getkeytab doesn't work

Status in “freeipa” package in Ubuntu:
  New

Bug description:
  Dear Colleagues,

  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
                                                             possible
    -s, --server=Server Name                                 Contact this
                                                             specific KDC Server
    -p, --principal=Kerberos Service Principal Name          The principal to
                                                             get a keytab for
                                                             (ex:
                                                             
ftp/ftp.example....@example.com)
    -k, --keytab=Keytab File Name                            File were to store
                                                             the keytab
                                                             information
    -e, --enctypes=Comma separated encryption types list     Encryption types to
                                                             request
    --permitted-enctypes                                     Show the list of
                                                             permitted
                                                             encryption types
                                                             and exit
    -P, --password                                           Asks for a
                                                             non-random password
                                                             to use for the
                                                             principal
    -D, --binddn=DN to bind as if not using kerberos         LDAP DN
    -w, --bindpw=password to use if not using kerberos       LDAP password

  Help options:
    -?, --help                                               Show this help
                                                             message
    --usage                                                  Display brief usage
                                                             message
   

  On Ubuntu 12.04:

  
  root@ubuntu-ipa-client:~# ipa-getkeytab --help
  root@ubuntu-ipa-client:~# 

  
  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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