Description of problem:
To run ipa-client-install --request-cert successfully in anaconda chroot workaround described in bug 1134497 must be used.
To remove the need for workaround:
a) anaconda installer must not bind-mount the DBus system bus socket into chroot (bug 1271551)
b) ipa needs logic to detect this situation and behave according.
c) DBus daemon needs to move socket outside the bind-mounted file system.
As described in bug 1271551, comment 7 a) is not easy to do in anaconda.
Approach b) is nothing else than hiding the workaround from user inside ipa-installer.
I am strongly opposed to the idea of working around the *deliberately* broken environment of Anaconda chroot, in ipa-client-install, or anywhere else.
ipa-client-install man page will be updated.
Man page fixed upstream:
da5885b72a284811bda7ddd36b8716d71ac66bd9 man: Decribe ipa-client-install workaround for broken D-Bus enviroment.
149744675315df54280955a829142f21893aa0de man: Decribe ipa-client-install workaround for broken D-Bus enviroment.
IPA client version:
[root@dhcp207-173 ~]# rpm -q ipa-client
Please find the attached file which contains console output for verification steps.
Created attachment 1201728 [details]
console output with verification steps
Since the problem described in this bug report should be
resolved in a recent advisory, it has been closed with a
resolution of ERRATA.
For information on the advisory, and where to find the updated
files, follow the link below.
If the solution does not work for you, open a new bug report.