I have reviewed:
And most especially:
In an attempt to build RHEL8 sssd RPMs from github.com:SSSD/sssd.git.
In the past, I have attempted to build RHEL8 RPMs on RHEL8. That is a
fool's errand! I realize that now, because RHEL is not self-hosting.
(I have loads of test RHEL & OL 7 & 8 servers available, no Fedora.)
So I have to stand up a Fedora server to build the RHEL 8 RPMs. Currently,
Fedora is at Fedora 35 and RHEL8 is based on Fed 28. Is that ok, or do I
have to find Fed 28?
I've reviewed the RHEL9 beta (which is based on Fed 35). Doesn't seem that
different than RHEL8.