is current samba4 how-to up-to-date?
andrei.beliy at yahoo.com
Tue Apr 21 13:58:44 GMT 2009
successfully solved the problem:
my .zone file contained ip address 127.0.0.1 (which was taken from
/etc/hosts file), i changed it to my local ip and everything worked!
P.S. it was me who wrote email.
now I have some more problems.
1. I set up samba 4 alfa7 with openldap. everything works fine, bur _very_
slow! i can see some sasl error messages in logs. I also suppose samba makes
too much responses, because it takes my win xp about a minute to open
2. I acnnot compile current samba 7 - alfa8 - git:
Unable to map ../libcli/auth/credentials.h at ./script/installheader.pl
Денис Никулин wrote:
> I have one question about article -
> the date is December 2004, so I wanna ask you if there are some updates in
> this documentation?
> I have installed samba4 alfa7 (and alfa8 git) - compiling/make/make
> - no errors. Joining XP into domain - success, but..
> when I start dsa.msc (after setting it up) I get an error! sth like "You
> trying to connect win 2000 domain, not 2003, so use 2000 server tools" (I
> can send you the whole text).
> I set up win 2000 tools over my win xp, and win 2000 seporately, specially
> for this test - unsuccessfull.
> I am using Ubuntu 9.04 beta. also tried Ubuntu 8.10 - both - deb package
> from repository and installing from source - same error.
> Is it possible that it's all because I have russian version of xp (i don't
> think so..)?
> Thank you very much!
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