On Fri, 2018-05-25 at 20:31 +0000, Alexander Bokovoy wrote:
your point 3 is not going to work. As I outlined in that email, so
many component literally broke FreeIPA in Fedora 28 development
timeline, that keeping Fedora 27's 4.6.x series was not possible.
I'm sorry for not putting out the message to more generic lists.
assumed wrongly that people interested in FreeIPA deployments would
be on freeipa-users@ mailing list already.
I do really appreciate that you posted the message somewhere. Without
it, I would have kept on fighting with my install, assuming that the
problem was on my end (our FreeIPA installation has gone through
multiple upgrades, and who knows what cruft has accumulated over the
Are the Fedora 28 release notes fixed, or could we amend them to
include the essence of your original email? And then amend them again
when you get a stable FreeIPA server in -updates?