There's much restructuring needed upstream before a proper debian
platform module can be created (that works for the server as well). I'm
in process of doing it, but not sure how long it takes until everything
is in place.

we should still be able to fix the current package so that it doesn't
need chkconfig.

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Title:
  chkconfig call in ipa-client-install doesn't work

Status in “freeipa” package in Ubuntu:
  Confirmed

Bug description:
  Dear Colleagues,

  the chkconfig call in add_debian.py.patch doesn't work on Ubuntu (didn't test 
it with Debian though), because /sbin/insserv doesn't exist.
  /usr/lin/insserv/insserv exists, but doesn't behave correctly.

  For Ubuntu we should rewrite these calls, to match our service tools.

  Furthermore, more checks needs to be included into this tool, to check
  if a service is already started.

  Regards,

  \sh

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