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freeipa-client-install points to wrong ntp.conf file
Status in “freeipa” package in Ubuntu:
Status in “freeipa” source package in Trusty:
On a fresh 14.04-server install freeipa-client-install does not write to the
correct ntpd conf file. Also, it needs --force-ntpd option to overcome a fault
where the installer falsely detects chronyd being installed.
ipa-client-install --enable-dns-updates --force-ntpd
it tries writing to:
Which is not a correct path on Ubuntu
It needs to be /etc/default/ntpdate and /etc/default/ntp
None, the patch fixes a path. For chronyd it just skips is_enabled() for it,
and since freeipa-client depends on ntp and chrony conflicts with ntp, there's
no way chrony is installed with freeipa-client.
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