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Re: Samba LDAP Help

Quoting Ignatz Sol <flyingrobot@gmail.com>:

> On Tue, 1 Jun 2004 16:00:23 -0500, david.grudek@anixter.com
> <david.grudek@anixter.com> wrote:
> >
> > How is debian's samba package configured?  Does it come with acl support
> > or LDAP back-end support?  How does someone find out what a package was
> > precompiled with.  I was reading a web site on how to set tup samba with
> > LDAP and finding a good how to that steps a newbie though how to set up
> > LDAP is hard to find.  They mentioned smb-ldap utils where could you find
> > these packages for debian.  I did a apt-cache search for smb and LDAP and
> > found no packages that resembled these.  I need to get samba with LDAP
> > working but no luck so far.  I am running debian sarge.  How stable is
> > that.  It is a great system.  No crashing yet.  Far better then redhats
> > fedora or any of these other distro's.  Thanks debian guys.
> >
> I am also trying to learn samba for debian, though I'm still on woody
> for the time being.  Any pointers to tutorial-style pages would be
> greatly appreciated.

Idealx.org has a good samba-ldap tutorial, however, it's not debian specific,
but nevertheless, it should be helpfull. More info:


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