lozingalo at gmail.com
Thu Apr 26 03:44:02 MDT 2012
Wow, this is a good idea. I'll think about a change.
I'll do some questions:
I need that after the power-on of the client, will appear the login
screen. Is this like your solution also?
I found many manuals and guide but everyone explain samba configuration
with windows, hosts, winbind, etc. and am confused about it. I don't
understand the difference on the configuration using not winbind and hosts.
Which proxy server do you have?
Did you configured also pam for the login?
On 04/26/2012 10:55 AM, Helmut Hullen wrote:
> Hallo, stefano,
> Du meintest am 26.04.12:
>> The LAN has a computer room with 30 pc Ubuntu.
>> In addition to these there are others computers will can connect to
>> the LAN using wireless connection and they can have differents
>> operating systems (Mac, Windows, Ubuntu).
>> I want that every user can connect using a computer of the room or
>> his own computer. Every user will be registered on the LDAP server.
>> I want that every user will have his home directory on the server and
>> not on the client.
> We try/evaluate a solution for this problem on/in some schools.
> No "freeradius", no LDAP.
> The clients try to login into the samba domain on the Linux-/Samba
> server, they must have a linux-/samba account on this server. That's
> No Microsoft domain, no machine account or so. Quite simple.
> The next probably problem (not related to samba): the server also works
> as a communication server, as a proxy server for surfing. We have
> defined that using the proxy server requires an authentication (with the
> linux account) - it works.
> No Microsoft domain, no winbind etc.
> The client works as a kind of thin client. It must have an OS which can
> mount samba shares - that's enough.
> Viele Gruesse!
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