Q: Ideal print setup on Solaris (2.6)
Paul L. Lussier
plussier at baynetworks.com
Tue Aug 3 16:37:10 GMT 1999
In a message dated: Wed, 04 Aug 1999 01:59:01 +1000
"Frans Stekelenburg" said:
>We want to improve the way we initially setup printing on a farm of
>about 20 Solaris 2.6 servers, in a way that all the possibillities of
>printing are well impelmented and usable.
We're actually planning on moving to an environment quite like this, except
we're not going to use the native Solaris/braindead print spooling sw.
Instead we're going to use LPRng and also try to incorporate some of the ideas
that Cisco implemented: http://www.tpp.org/CiscoPrint/
>We currently run Samba version 1.9.18p10. We have (and still run this
>because of ) it 'hacked' with LDAP support (uid,gid,home).
Does Samba2 not have LDAP support yet? (I haven't looked or been concerned
about this yet). Also, does Solaris 2.6 (how about 2.7?) support LDAP
authentication? That would be really cool! I would love to move off of NIS
user authentication to LDAP instead!
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