[PATCH] Changes to Samba3 to allow login with NTLM and Kerberos in s3compat

Stefan (metze) Metzmacher metze at samba.org
Mon May 10 10:11:14 MDT 2010

Andrew Bartlett schrieb:
> On Sun, 2010-05-09 at 21:28 +1000, Andrew Bartlett wrote:
>> On Sat, 2010-05-08 at 21:56 +1000, Andrew Bartlett wrote:
>>> On Fri, 2010-05-07 at 22:50 +1000, Andrew Bartlett wrote:
>>>> These attached patches I wish to propose to Samba3 to make it easier to
>>>> build s3compat, and to maintain it into the future.
>>>> Regardless of if we choose to go with s3compat, I think these are useful
>>>> cleanups. 
>>>> With these patches in, other code in the s3compat branch allows logins
>>>> using either NTLM or Kerberos to the Samba3 file server hosted in
>>>> Samba4.  I actually think this is pretty amazing, and has only been so
>>>> practical because of the long, tedious work done to ensure that the IDL
>>>> and many other building block structures are identical throughout
>>>> Samba. 
>>>> (The patches are posted here for review.  I hope to test them both -
>>>> particularly the kerberos one - more, but I'm fighting Samba4 bugs to
>>>> get the test environment going). 
>>> I've verified the net ads kerberos pac command, and Samba3 as a domain
>>> member getting Kerberos tickets, as well as NTLM and Kerboros logins. 
>>> All the auth changes I'm hoping to have merged are being kept in my
>>> s3auth-rework branch.  
>>> Could someone please review these changes so I can merge them?
>> BTW, if someone else is interested in the s3comapt work, I would really
>> like to pair-program or do review/merge cycles with another developer.  
>> Otherwise, it would be good to at least establish a protocol by which I
>> can get some of these interface changes merged in a predictable
>> timeframe.  
> The above makes it seem like my patches have been totally ignored, and I
> apologise for that implication.  
> metze is helping me with
> 0002-s3-auth-Make-Samba3-use-the-new-common-struct-auth_u.patch.  

I started to look at the others too and will continue tomorrow (and very
likely push them then)


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