Anders C. Thorsen
anders at aae.wisc.edu
Sat Apr 8 05:10:51 GMT 2000
Damn! You're using Lotus Notes (with its annoyning formatting..)
There's three "current" versions of samba.
2.0.x is the STABLE tree
2.0.6 is the latest STABLE
2.0.7 is soon to be released STABLE
The HEAD Tree incorporates general new samba functionality,
and is based / in sync with STABLE (i.e. it's got same functions
+ several EXPERIMENTAL ones to increase functionality)
The TNG Tree has NTDOMAIN support, however this tree is based on
pre-2.0.x (i.e. one split into what would become STABLE 2.0.x,
and continued working on domain support.)
TNG Has poor (read: unusable) file-sharing support. It also has other
bugs. It's NTDOMAIN support is experimental however...
TNG supports Trustrelationships, with some issues:
The user anders in DOMAIN1 is assumed to be the same as anders
in DOMAIN2.. i.e. even if these are different users, thy'll
ovn the same files on Unix.
Personal advice: Wait until the fall, when 3.0 is expected to
be complete.. This release is also expected to
have most of the NTDOMAIN support.
You're just going to break your neck on incorporating this stuff in
a production environment..
Perhaps you could use 2.0.6 or 2.0.7 with joined in your domains,
or with password server = NTSERVER. (see manpage smb.conf)
> Does Samba 2.0.7 supports Inter-Domain trusted Relationships?
> "Anders C.
> Thorsen" To: Multiple recipients of list SAMBA-NTDOM <samba-ntdom at samba.org>
> <anders@ cc:
> aae.wisc.edu> Subject: Re: Trust Relationships
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> You should go for the latest ver. of 2.0.x
> 2.0.6 is the latest, but 2.0.7 is shipping soon.. Right Jeremy..?
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