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Re: Samba + LDAP

Great! So what am I supposed to do?
I don't see a tng branch in debian's distros. So are you suggesting I download it from, say, samba?
The main thing is that I need a samba package with LDAP built in.


On Friday, Jan 31, 2003, at 16:30 US/Pacific, nate wrote:

Curtis Vaughan said:

So, just to make sure I'm doing this right. I am going to install the sid
samba package on a woody server. If I temporarily change my
sources.list for sid, run apt-get install [the samba package], then I
should also get just those dependencies I need, right? Then I can edit my
sources.list back to woody and go forward.

Or is there a better approach?

apt-get source samba and rebuild it on woody. if you get the dependencies of samba from sid you'll probably get sid's libc6 as well which you probably
don't want.

I reccomend samba-tng over samba for PDC stuff, the -tng branch is much
more advanced, has more features(more PDC-like) then samba(in general)
though it's been a while(march 2002) since I last tried samba as a PDC


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