[Samba] Converting an LDAP server to use Samba 3
andy at wildbrain.com
Mon Nov 1 22:42:30 GMT 2004
I tried copying apple.schema from a Panther box, but it still depends on
things defined by the samba 2.x samba.schema file. No change.
I'm curious as to how people are serving both Samba 3 accounts and OS X
accounts. I thought perhaps you don't need apple.schema at all, but
taking it out caused the automount maps to not be served for some reason
(although strangely I got no errors.. just that people couldn't mount
their home directories anymore).
Anyone else have any insight?
Nick Lopez wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 28, 2004 at 09:54:24AM -0700, Andy Moran wrote:
>>I know this might not be the best place for this, but I'm hoping someone
>>else has done this or knows what I need to do.
>>We have a Linux LDAP Server (OpenLDAP 2.0.27) serving unix accounts to
>>Linux and OS X machines. To get it to serve to OS X machines, I copied
>>over the 'apple.schema' from an OS X box. Itr seems this schema file
>>depends on things defined in the Samba 2.x schema file (samba.schema)
>>because when it's present, it starts fine but when it doesn't, it
>>complains about undefinied symbols in the apple.schema file.
> Copy it again from a Panther box, they might have updated it, I don't
> remember. I know I do have Samba3 running with an OpenLDAP backend with OSX
> enabled accounts too (and kerberos thrown in for the hell of it) and I don't
> recall having to do anything drastic from the schema.
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