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[opensuse-autoinstall] autoyast 13.2 sssd configuration does is not processed

I install openSuSE systems via autoyast. Already in 13.1 users who want
to log in at those systems are authenticated via sssd via ldap. So my
autoyast file contains a section for sssd

<nssldap config:type="boolean">false</nssldap>
<oes config:type="boolean">false</oes>
<sssd config:type="boolean">true</sssd>
<auth_domains config:type="list">

In 13.1 this worked out of the box. In 13.2 the strange thing is, that
after the autoinstallation has completed sssd is unconfigured if you
look at the auth configuration in yast. No regular user can log in then.

But on the other hand all needed information is configured. I only have
to start yast's user&group module, and then in "Authentification"
settings click on sssd. Then I see that all the data eg for our
ldap-server etc are completely there and all I have to do is to say
"Finish" (sssd-module) and then yast correctly configures all that is

However before yast does his job it wants to install
yast2-auth-client.rpm which is not on the openSUSE DVD which I use as
base of a network installation. Could this missing package be the key to
the problem?

It seems that every information is there after autoyast installation but
some component is missing that actually configures the system with this

Any idea?

Rainer Krienke
Rainer Krienke, Uni Koblenz, Rechenzentrum, A22, Universitaetsstrasse 1
56070 Koblenz,, Tel: +49261287 1312
PGP:,Fax: +49261287

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