Package "sssd"

Name: sssd


This package is just an umbrella for a group of other packages, it has no description.
Description samples from packages in group:

  • Python3 bindings for the FreeIPA HBAC Evaluator library
  • Python3 bindings for the SID lookups library
  • System Security Services Daemon -- Kerberos KCM server implementation

Latest version: *DELETED*
Release: focal (20.04)
Level: proposed
Repository: universe


Other versions of "sssd" in Focal

Repository Area Version
base main 2.2.3-3
security main 2.2.3-3ubuntu0.8
security universe 2.2.3-3ubuntu0.8
updates main 2.2.3-3ubuntu0.9
updates universe 2.2.3-3ubuntu0.9

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Version: *DELETED* 2021-03-04 13:07:00 UTC
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Version: 2.2.3-3ubuntu0.4 2021-02-19 19:07:04 UTC

  sssd (2.2.3-3ubuntu0.4) focal; urgency=medium

  [ Marco Trevisan ]
  * debian/control:
    - Add missing (test) dependencies as per libcrypto usage (LP: #1905790)
    - Update Maintainer to Ubuntu devs
  * debian/rules: Compile using libcrypto as crypto backend (LP: #1905790)
  * debian/nss-database-pem-exporter: Add to sssd-common and run on postinst.
    When upgrading from previous versions (that were compiled using the NSS
    crypto backend) we need to migrate the trusted CA certificates that the
    user may have added to the SSSD's NSS system database (that defaults to
    To do this, and not to introduce a new dependency on libnss3-tools
    (which is not shipped by default, other than making the parsing not
    working in some scenarios) I've added a small C tool that we compile and
    install as part of the sssd-common package which is able to get all the
    trusted CA certificates for a NSS database and export them in PEM
    The nss-database-pem-exporter is then used in the postinst script where
    we now:
     1. Read the SSSD settings
     2. Convert all the certificates in the configured NSS databases
     3. Store them all, appending them to the (new) default location
     4. Disables the configured locations if pointing to NSS dbs (needed or
        we'll leave the configuration with broken values).
    At this point nss-database-pem-exporter is then the only binary in the
    package that still depends on NSS libraries. (LP: #1905790)
  * debian/patches:
    - Get libsofthsm2 from right path for each architecture, this is now used
      for real (wasn't before) to test p11k components with libcrypto and
      p11-kit, also avoids a test build failure on armhf (LP: #1905790)

  [ Valters Jansons ]
  * Avoid sending malformed SYSLOG_IDENTIFIER to journald (LP: #1908065):
    - d/rules: Set --with-syslog=journald in override_dh_auto_configure.
    - d/p/lp-1908065-01-debug_prg_name-format.patch:
      Upstream patch to clean up program names.
    - d/p/lp-1908065-02-syslog_identifier-format.patch:
      Upstream patch to include "sssd[]" identifier in program names.
    - d/p/lp-1908065-03-remove-syslog_identifier.patch:
      Upstream patch to remove custom SYSLOG_IDENTIFIER from Journald.

 -- Marco Trevisan (Treviño) <email address hidden> Thu, 11 Feb 2021 15:31:14 -0500

1905790 Make SSSD in 20.04 using OpenSSL and p11-kit (instead of NSS) for p11_child
1908065 Invalid SYSLOG_PID for (systemd) journal messages

Version: *DELETED* 2021-02-09 18:06:21 UTC
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Version: 2.2.3-3ubuntu0.3 2021-01-22 12:06:16 UTC

  sssd (2.2.3-3ubuntu0.3) focal; urgency=medium

  * d/apparmor-profile: Update profile. (LP: #1910611)
    - Extend read permissions to /etc/sssd/** and /etc/gss/**.
    - Add read/execute permission to /usr/libexec/sssd/*.

 -- Sergio Durigan Junior <email address hidden> Mon, 18 Jan 2021 16:30:13 -0500

1910611 sssd startup fails when apparmor in enforcing mode

Version: *DELETED* 2021-01-22 03:06:31 UTC
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