[Samba] linux client accessing Samba domain
pgienger at ae-solutions.com
Mon Apr 18 13:12:21 GMT 2005
> Paul Gienger writes:
>>> we don't have ldap as backend sofar as we're not that big. its not a
>>> problem, if I need to do something on every linux client as there
>>> are really only a few. so a pam modul which could start a script and
>>> provide username/password would be enough I guess.
>> If you have two unix boxes, you could benifit from LDAP. There is no
>> size requirement ;).
> but ldap is not that easy that I would like to use it for these few
> machines, or is it easier than thought with the right docu?
There's still a fair learning curve.
>> Take a look at pam_mount for your mounting needs. I have no
>> experience running it, but it seems to be a step in the direction you
>> want. Alternatively, there's always nfs for unix-unix file serving.
> that sounds good. nfs is not alternative as on some linux client
> machines the users have root.
I can only guess that what you're referring to here is that they could
then have full access on your server. There are the root_squash options
to get around that. I can never remember which way is which though,
no_root_squash vs root_squash, thank you man page ;).
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