Just to follow up, I've been running SSSD 1.12.5 on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS using
the AD provider without issues. For DNS the configuration was done in
Network Manager (not /etc/resolv.conf as it is managed by resolvconf). The
only issue I had was ensuring the /etc/hosts hostname entry matched FQDN
sudo works for AD users
On Thu, Jun 18, 2015 at 6:32 AM, Timo Aaltonen <tjaalton(a)ubuntu.com> wrote:
On 16.06.2015 21:34, Frank Pikelner wrote:
> Hello Timo,
> Perfect timing, I was just starting testing of SSSD (v1.11.5) on Ubuntu
> 14.04 LTS last night.
> Several quesitons, if you can assist as more familiar with (RHEL):
> 1) Ubuntu 14.04 - for modifying DNS nameserver, what is the correct
> place to start changes as there are resolvconf, dnsmasq, Network Manager
> ? DNS nameserver changes in Ubuntu completely mess me up.
normally it comes from DCHP meaning you don't have to touch any files on
the client (which uses network-manager by default)..
> 2) Ubuntu 14.04 - Samba and winbind are installed, should they be
> removed before setting up SSSD?
> 3) SSSD 1.12.5 will be installed with "sudo apt-get install sssd"?
after enabling the ppa, yes
> 4) For automatic user directory creation, is the correct process to
> use oddjob_mkhomedir or pam_mkhomedir?
pam_oddjob_mkhomedir is not available in Ubuntu, so pam_mkhomedir
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