[Samba] what OS do you use for Samba?

Rhiannon.Henning at sungard.com Rhiannon.Henning at sungard.com
Tue Nov 28 16:30:33 GMT 2006

I am currently running samba 3.0.10-1.4E.9 on RHEL 4 and having problems
with trusted AD domains using Kerberos authentication. Should I upgrade
to 3.0.23c? It seems like many have had issues with the latest samba
release so I have been hesitant to upgrade, though cannot figure out why
samba cannot pull client credentials from the other trusted domain. Any
advice/suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. 


We use Samba (winbind) for authentication against multiple AD domains.
We are
currently using 3.0.23c with a patch to make the trusted domains work
(see BZ3661).

This is running on RHEL4 and in the past it's been tested on Solaris

Bob G

> > Yeah, I thought about going with Ubuntu 6.06 (I'd stick 
> with that for 
> > the LTS), but it's so new.  I would feel better going with 
> something 
> > with a longer, proven track record.  However, it is nice 
> being able to 
> > install and set up Ubuntu for free but then have Canonical there in 
> > case I have an issue I just can't figure out on my own.
> >
> >
> >   
> I've been using it as our primary file server for about 3 or 
> 4 months now. Other than the famed archive bit problem, there 
> really hasn't been an issue. My only regret is that Samba 4 
> isn't out so I still have to run 2003 as domain controllers.
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