It looks like Bullseye doesn't even have the client, if I'm not mistaken?
After an upgrade, it's telling me that `freeipa-common` is no longer needed
and there's no longer a `freeipa-client` package.
Is there any way to get an idea of what the situation is with this?
On Thu, Dec 10, 2020 at 2:20 PM Nico Maas via FreeIPA-users <
Thank you for your update and hard work Timo :)!
Am Do., 10. Dez. 2020 um 19:38 Uhr schrieb Timo Aaltonen <
> On 9.12.2020 13.30, Nico Maas via FreeIPA-users wrote:
> > Hello there,
> > with the decline of CentOS I need to migrate away from CentOS 8 to
> something different.
> > I just wanted to ask how currently the status of the Debian or Ubuntu
> versions of freeIPA is - and if there is any possibility to migrate freeIPA
> installation / "backup and restore"?
> > Best regards,
> > Nico
> Short answer:
> ipaserver-install fails (Debian bug #970880), but client works. Debian
> 'bullseye' will be frozen for release next month, so it's likely that it
> comes only with the client, just like Ubuntu since 20.04. But miracles
> could happen during the holidays..
> Long answer:
> The server worked fine back in April (with bind 9.11 forced in) when I
> set up an Azure pipeline and worked through some kinks there to get
> through the tests. Best coverage I got to was around 95% of all tests.
> But since then things fell apart and I don't have a working baseline
> anymore, and shoving updates on top of others haven't helped.. The
> blocker bug is somewhere between Certmonger, Dogtag CA, Tomcat, and TLS.
> We'll see how long it still takes until the bug is found and fixed..
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