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authorThorsten Scherf <tscherf@redhat.com>2014-05-06 10:45:04 +0200
committerPetr Vobornik <pvoborni@redhat.com>2014-05-06 13:49:38 +0200
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Fixed various typos in ipa-client-install man page
Reviewed-By: Tomas Babej <tbabej@redhat.com>
-rw-r--r--ipa-client/man/ipa-client-install.16
1 files changed, 3 insertions, 3 deletions
diff --git a/ipa-client/man/ipa-client-install.1 b/ipa-client/man/ipa-client-install.1
index 3d72b0c..95d13fa 100644
--- a/ipa-client/man/ipa-client-install.1
+++ b/ipa-client/man/ipa-client-install.1
@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ By default this configures SSSD to connect to an IPA server for authentication a
An authorized user is required to join a client machine to IPA. This can take the form of a kerberos principal or a one\-time password associated with the machine.
-This same tool is used to unconfigure IPA and attempts to return the machine to its previous state. Part of this process is to unenroll the host from the IPA server. Unenrollment consists of disabling the prinicipal key on the IPA server so that it may be re\-enrolled. The machine principal in /etc/krb5.keytab (host/<fqdn>@REALM) is used to authenticate to the IPA server to unenroll itself. If this principal does not exist then unenrollment will fail and an administrator will need to disable the host principal (ipa host\-disable <fqdn>).
+This same tool is used to unconfigure IPA and attempts to return the machine to its previous state. Part of this process is to unenroll the host from the IPA server. Unenrollment consists of disabling the principal key on the IPA server so that it may be re\-enrolled. The machine principal in /etc/krb5.keytab (host/<fqdn>@REALM) is used to authenticate to the IPA server to unenroll itself. If this principal does not exist then unenrollment will fail and an administrator will need to disable the host principal (ipa host\-disable <fqdn>).
.SS "Assumptions"
The ipa\-client\-install script assumes that the machine has already generated SSH keys. It will not generate SSH keys of its own accord. If SSH keys are not present (e.g when running the ipa\-client\-install in a kickstart, before ever running sshd), they will not be uploaded to the client host entry on the server.
@@ -66,11 +66,11 @@ If this has been the case, host can be re\-enrolled using the usual methods.
There are two method of authenticating a re\-enrollment:
-1. You can use \-\-force\-join option with ipa\-client\-install command. This authenticates the re\-enrollment using the admin's credetials provided via the \-w/\-\-password option.
+1. You can use \-\-force\-join option with ipa\-client\-install command. This authenticates the re\-enrollment using the admin's credentials provided via the \-w/\-\-password option.
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2. If providing the admin's password via the command line is not an option (e.g you want to create a script to re\-enroll a host and keep the admin's password secure), you can use backed up keytab from the previous enrollment of this host to authenticate. See \-\-keytab option.
-Consenquences of the re\-enrollment on the host entry:
+Consequences of the re\-enrollment on the host entry:
1. A new host certificate is issued
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