Hullen at t-online.de
Thu Apr 26 03:56:00 MDT 2012
Du meintest am 26.04.12:
> 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?
No - that's at least impossible for private machines.
Our school machines can show such a screen via autostart (or something
> 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.
If I have understood the relations (and I'm not sure): you don't need
"winbind" if you only use a samba server (and no microsoft server).
> Which proxy server do you have?
We use squid - works fine.
> Did you configured also pam for the login?
No - we use slackware as base distribution, and slackware doesn't need
pam. But if I have understood the special pam scripts and configuration
files: may be you don't need to change them.
It's really a quite simple configuration: the server runs samba, and
samba has an smb domain (p.e. WORKGROUP) and some shares. The clients
run some application which can mount samba shares. And the user of the
client must have a linux-/samba account on the server, for logging in,
for own shares ("home"), for shared shares ("public") etc.
More information about the samba