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SSSD: System Security Services Daemon

SSSD: System Security Services Daemon

Posted Sep 30, 2011 11:08 UTC (Fri) by sgallagh (subscriber, #80524)
In reply to: SSSD: System Security Services Daemon by nix
Parent article: SSSD: System Security Services Daemon

The Fedora installation disks install the SSSD package by default so that it's possible to configure network identities during installation and firstboot.

Just because the package is present on the system doesn't mean it's running. Check 'service sssd status'. The design of the SSSD package in Fedora is such that in its default configuration it will fail to start (since it requires configuration specific to your network environment to do anything useful)


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SSSD: System Security Services Daemon

Posted Sep 30, 2011 11:55 UTC (Fri) by nix (subscriber, #2304) [Link]

OK, I've proved I can't read ps output as well. I think I've done enough of making myself look like a fool in front of thousands of people for now :)


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