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Fri Jul 18 00:53:08 MDT 2014
Am 18.07.2014 08:33, schrieb Kai Blin:
> On 17/07/14 19:49, Jeremy Allison wrote:
>> Just a point - I believe there are fewer
>> 'regular users who are trying to build Samba' these days.
>> Although it's more popular with Samba4 than it
>> has been for years, due to the new AD feature.
can someone please point me to a distro URL where i can install
a complete samba AD DC configuration?
NOT counting the *special* Sernet supplied packages for a few distros...
Not only "regular users" - also admins - are searching for
a solution here.
And btw - it's 2014 these days
Sorry, surely the wrong thread here. :-)
> I think there's a decent number, seeing how e.g. Fedora-derived distros don't build AD features at all. Sure, if I just need a file server, and I
> don't care about the latest, greatest SMB 3.x features, system packages work just fine.
>> Mostly it's packagers and distros I think.
>> This is merely anecdotal data, I don't have
>> hard numbers - but I think self-building
>> users are a smaller and smaller part of our
>> customers these days.
> Just keep in mind that you're mainly talking to file server users. :)
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