I’d like to install and start using the privacyIDEA server. However, I haven’t found any official way to install privacyIDEA.
The documentation (https://privacyidea.readthedocs.io/en/latest/installation/index.html) describes several ways. However, they all look very old.
E.g. for Debian, Wheezy and Jessie are unsupported in the long run.
The Ubuntu tutorial (https://privacyidea.readthedocs.io/en/latest/installation/ubuntu.html#ubuntu-packages) states: “Starting with privacyIDEA 3.0 packages are available for Ubuntu 16.04LTS and 18.04LTS”.
However, I have not found a functional package repository anywhere.
The repository of the link in the “http://lancelot.netknights.it/community/bionic/stable” don’t work.
The PPA package source for Ubuntu has the latest package from 2018 and almost no packages in it.
When I searched for privacyIDEA in pypi (https://pypi.org/project/privacyIDEA/), the latest version is from December 2019.
Is installation via python pip the best way?
Instruction: https://privacyidea.readthedocs.io/en/latest/installation/pip.html don’t work. At least it is necessary to install via pip package “Flask-Versioned”.
Next, the command “pi-manage runserver” is given for running. The documentation does not solve startup at system startup. How is my privacyIDEA running? Should I write a systemd service, who runs the command?
According to the documentation, privacyIDEA relies on unsupported Python 2.7. Do I have to use unsupported Python, or can I use Python 3?
I’d like to install privacyIDEA on Debian 10. Is this possible?
What is the best way to install?
And is there any actual documentation?