I just tested an ipa client install on Trusty and other than the ntpd
conf bug (which I reported) it works great! the IPA client on Ubuntu has
sucked for so long but it finally just works.

My setup is a RHEL 6.5 Server as an IPA Server, DNS, DHCP, and NTP. Then
a fresh Ubuntu 14.04 Server install.

Running  ipa-client-install --enable-dns-updates --force-ntpd works.

It joins the domain, pushes the DNS entry, and users are able to login
right away even without reboot.

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https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1202654

Title:
  ipa client on ubuntu 13.04 doesn't work with ipa server on centos/rhel
  6

Status in “freeipa” package in Ubuntu:
  Incomplete

Bug description:
  Hi,

  running on CentOS/RHEL 6 the stable FreeIPA Server version 3.0.0

  Using an ipa client from 12.04 works as expected.

  Now I am testing enrolling of Raring and Saucy in FreeIPA and this
  fails.

  Client Version is 2.47 (from 3.1.2 pkg) and server version is 2.46
  (from RHEL/CentOS 6 3.0.0 pkg)

  This is no good, because RHEL6/CentOS are the only enterprise distros
  out there, which do have a working freeipa server (I don't want to use
  Fedora in a large enterprise environment ;))

  So, how can we address this, without using unsupported packages from
  elsewhere on CentOS/RHEL or backporting the old freeipa client from
  12.04

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