Shell script escape when new user is created

Ira Cooper ira at
Sun Nov 16 12:02:01 MST 2014

On Sun, Nov 16, 2014 at 11:37 PM, Rowland Penny <repenny241155 at>

> On 16/11/14 16:37, Nico Kadel-Garcia wrote:
>> On Fri, Nov 14, 2014 at 3:18 PM, Rowland Penny <repenny241155 at>
>> wrote:
>>> On 14/11/14 20:06, Greg Zartman wrote:
>>>> On Fri, Nov 14, 2014 at 11:39 AM, Rowland Penny <
>>>> repenny241155 at
>>>> Again, I was just pointing out that we can't be the only distro with
>>>> this
>>>> issue.  Interest in integrating Samba 4 into distros similar to SME
>>>> Server
>>>> is just now picking up steam.  RHEL, for example, doesn't even provide
>>>> AD
>>>> Samba Packages yet.  They are still trying to figure out how to best
>>>> deploy
>>>> Active Directory across all of their services.  Moreover, there has
>>>> movement
>>>> in the Centos community to develop a SIG
>>>> (  to figure out the best
>>>> way to
>>>> deploy full Samba 4 support on Centos based distros.
>>>>  The reason that RHEL (and therefore Centos) doesn't have Samba AD
>>> packages,
>>> is that they want to use MIT kerberos and not Heimdal. They have the
>>> client
>>> side of it working, but they are still having to work on the AD side.
>> It seems to work well in my modest testing with the internal Heimdal
>> enabled: The Sernet packages allegedly work well, and my personal
>> testing versions for building such RPM's at
>> also seem to work well
>> Simply using the internal Heimdal rather than the system provided MIT
>> Kerberos seems to work well. Samba seems to be a reasonable exception
>> to the rule of "always use the system libraries", because the Kerberos
>> libraries that are internal are not compatible with the system
>> libraries.
> I know it will work, I compiled samba4 nearly two years ago on SL, but
> RHEL only want MIT on their distro, so they are working towards this aim
> and until they get there, you will not see official RHEL samba AD DC
> packages.
Not today... but I think there's been plenty of work done on making MIT
Kerberos work for the AD DC.



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