Adds a backport of an extended NSS-like API from the upstream master branch.
sudo dnf upgrade --refresh --advisory=FEDORA-2017-97eab6fef7
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Works great! LGTM! =)
No idea whether it's related to this update, but somehow SSH_AUTH_SOCK doesn't get set any more.
Tentative -1. Reverting to -2 gives back both SSH environment variables in Gnome (SSH_AUTH_SOCK and SSH_ASKPASS).
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No Regressions noted
Ok work for me
@bojan, could you please open a bug against SSSD? The update /mostly/ added new API, but as part of adding the new API, some existing code was refactored a bit and it's possible we broke SSH_AUTH_SOCK?
But if you could help us find out what exactly is broken for you now with a bug report, it would be much appreciated.
works for me
OK, so bug #1514991 must be some kind of race or something like that. I just rebooted my laptop again and now I have both of these variables set. What confused me is that I rebooted my laptop a couple of times before (after sssd upgrade) and both times I didn't get SSH_SOCK_AUTH set. I've seen such race conditions on my VM, which runs xrdp (and therefore Xvnc), but I thought this must be xrdp/Xvnc related or something (Gnome sessions work in a slightly different way there). Anyway, obviously not a regression, so I'll change my -1 to +1 and close that bug. It's probably not sssd related after all.
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No regressions noted
Works for me.
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