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On 12/21/2009 10:29 PM, David O'Brien wrote:
This relates to ticket #46 (closed).
It's flagged as affects tests and doc but I don't recall seeing anything
on how it works. Any updates?
This definitely needs documentation. Right now, there is none whatsoever.
In order to test this feature, you need to install authconfig-6.0.0-2 or
later for your system, as well as sssd-1.0.0-2 or later.
On Fedora 11 and Fedora 12, you can install these packages with
yum update --enablerepo=updates-testing sssd authconfig-gtk
Make sure that the versions being updated are as described above. Note:
sssd-1.0.0-2 is only due to hit updates-testing tomorrow. The only
difference between sssd-1.0.0-1 and sssd-1.0.0-2 is a fix for an
authconfig-related bug where domains with the "debug_timestamps" option
enabled could not be edited in authconfig. So you could still test with
sssd-1.0.0-1 as long as you leave that option alone.
Once those packages are updated (along with any needed dependencies),
you can run authconfig-gtk from the command line (or from the GNOME menu
System->Administration->Authentication) and then play around with the
"SSSD Settings" tab to create new SSSD domains or edit existing ones.
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