[SSSD-users] Slow convergence between sssd and windows 2008 r2 ad server
liljenberg.paul at gmail.com
Wed May 7 09:18:21 UTC 2014
If the sssd package is able to be installed via an apt repo in
/etc/apt/sources.list we are able to use it. It doesnt matter if its
located in ppa as long as debian stable can install from it.
On Wed, May 7, 2014 at 10:43 AM, Lukas Slebodnik <lslebodn at redhat.com>wrote:
> On (07/05/14 10:37), Jakub Hrozek wrote:
> >On Wed, May 07, 2014 at 09:50:39AM +0200, Lukas Slebodnik wrote:
> >> On (07/05/14 09:29), Paul Liljenberg wrote:
> >> >hm in the last working setup i used 1.11 branch with the ad provider.
> To be
> >> >sure successful signon works it would be nice to have some reference
> >> >that we know works with that branch. (
> >> >https://fedorahosted.org/sssd/wiki/Configuring_sssd_with_ad_server)
> >> >only seen this for the ad provider. Do we need samba-dev to build the
> >> >adprovider for 1.9 branch aswell?
> >> The 1.9 branch has ad provider, but there isn't strict dependency on
> >> Of course, there are not all features from 1.11 branch.
> >> I could not find in source code why samba is optional in 1.9 branch.
> >> Someone else should explain this.
> >> LS
> >According to a bit of git digging, the unconditional samba4-libs
> >dependency was added when site discovery support was implemented.
> >I'm not sure if you're talking about a proper Debian/Ubuntu backport or
> >some kind of PPA, but wouldn't it be easiest for a PPA to not package
> >the AD back end at all and only package the LDAP provider? The current
> >1.8 users are using LDAP only anyway..
> If you want to pacakge 1.11 branch on debian stable you will need to build
> If you want to build 1.11 branch on debian stable you will need to install
> samba4 develompment header files. samba-dev is not available on debian
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