I should be more precise...

I tried to use the pam config without libpam_cracklib (you know removing the 
bits and pieces from the pam-auth-update config files, as described in the 
other bugreport). But it didn't work out.
Couldn't login.

Adding libpam-cracklib to the list of installed pam modules, and firing
pam-auth-update to enable it, after that it worked.

So, it's about libpam-cracklib, not being enabled upfront.



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  pam-auth-update call is missing from platform/debian.py

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Bug description:
  Dear Colleagues,

  to make the installation of freeipa-client/ipa-client-install much
  easier for SysAdmins, we should add a call to pam-auth-update, in

  This is one of the missing links, to make freeipa-client installation
  going smoothly.

  There needs to be more work done on this platform module (like
  catching the right output from upstarts service util, for starting
  services like dbus or certmonger)



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