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 <email@example.com> wrote:Thank you for your update and hard work Timo :)!_______________________________________________Am Do., 10. Dez. 2020 um 19:38 Uhr schrieb Timo Aaltonen <firstname.lastname@example.org>: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,
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..
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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