Thanks Nikolai and Lukas,

Related to the run script, what version of Debian should we be testing against? Seems like Wheezy is missing libnss-wrapper package in it's default repos.

+ sudo -p 'Need root permissions to install packages.
Enter sudo password for root: ' apt-get --yes install -- lcov valgrind autoconf automake autopoint check cifs-utils clang dh-apparmor dnsutils docbook-xml docbook-xsl gettext krb5-config libaugeas-dev libc-ares-dev libcmocka-dev libcollection-dev libdbus-1-dev libdhash-dev libglib2.0-dev libini-config-dev libkeyutils-dev libkrb5-dev libldap2-dev libldb-dev libltdl-dev libnfsidmap-dev libnl-3-dev libnl-route-3-dev libnspr4-dev libnss3-dev libpam0g-dev libpcre3-dev libpopt-dev libsasl2-dev libselinux1-dev libsemanage1-dev libsmbclient-dev libsystemd-dev libtalloc-dev libtdb-dev libtevent-dev libtool libtool-bin libxml2-utils make python-dev python3-dev samba-dev systemd xml-core xsltproc libssl-dev fakeroot libnss-wrapper libuid-wrapper python-pytest python-ldap ldap-utils slapd
Reading package lists...
Building dependency tree...
Reading state information...
E: Unable to locate package libnss-wrapper

root@sssd2:~/sssd# cat /etc/debian_version



On 3/1/16 8:18 AM, Lukas Slebodnik wrote:
On (01/03/16 15:07), Nikolai Kondrashov wrote:
On 03/01/2016 02:56 PM, Lukas Slebodnik wrote:
On (01/03/16 13:30), Nikolai Kondrashov wrote:
On 03/01/2016 10:46 AM, Lukas Slebodnik wrote:
On (29/02/16 20:30), Nikolai Kondrashov wrote:
On 02/29/2016 07:27 PM, Lukas Slebodnik wrote:
On (29/02/16 18:54), Nikolai Kondrashov wrote:
keeping the "if" branches consistent and somewhat easier to interpret.
However, if you and others are more comfortable reading and using regex(3)
regexes, then it's fine.

+        [ $# != 0 ] && sudo -p "$prompt" \
+                            yum-deprecated --assumeyes install -- "$@" |&
+            awk 'BEGIN {s=0}
+                 /^No package .* available.$/ {s=1}
+                 {print}
+                 END {exit s}'
+    elif [[ "$DISTRO_BRANCH" == -redhat-* ]]; then
         [ $# != 0 ] && sudo -p "$prompt" yum --assumeyes install -- "$@" |&
             # Pass input to output, fail if a missing package is reported
             # TODO Remove and switch to DNF once
I see that avoiding copy-pasting here would produce more complicated code, so
it's perhaps OK. However, it would be good then to copy-paste the comment
along with the TODO as well, and then perhaps add a note and a TODO regarding

We will still need awk trick for old style yum on el{6,7}. Therefore
I moved TODO to the 1st branch.
Well, yeah, the bug is Fedora-specific, but we still need to have a reminder
to remove the hack on RHEL as well. It will get fixed eventually.

Correct me if I'm wrong.
We need to awk workaround because yum does not fail if you want to install
unknown packages and there is not a bug for yum and I doubt they would
fix/change it in stable distributions. Therefore we will need to have
this solution there for yum anyway.
Yes. IIRC I reported this for yum originally, but the developers moved the bug
to dnf (fixing it later) and refused to fix it in yum.

I too doubt they'll fix it in stable distributions. However I expect they will
get dnf into RHEL (which is handled by the bottom branch) eventually (RHEL8?),
and will also fix that '--' bug. That's when a note would come in handy.

RHEL8 is far future atm. And I guess we will need to do more changes there :-)
Yes, it's far.

dnf behaves correctly in this manner. However it ignores separator "--"
between arguments and packages which is tracked in BZ1215208.
Yes, exactly.

Does it mean ACK to the last patch?
Alright, otherwise it's fine. ACK :)

Thank you

* 73585f9af928913200999c5b3b983bb9266ee266

* 8f0a510a8c324aa1fa0f318e340b554cd07baf8b

it shouls work for you now.
report any other bugs