[Samba] Linux SSO with samba4?

Quinn Plattel qiet72 at gmail.com
Thu Jul 12 06:05:30 MDT 2012

That sounds great!  I think the Ubuntu SSO will work too but I am still
trying to implement it - I have run into some hiccups such as nslcd
complaining about "Client not found in Kerberos database" but I think it is
because samba4 is running in a multi-homed environment and someone on the
Kerberos mailing list said that KDC's don't like multi-homed environments -
I don't know if that is also the case with samba4 kerberos but I am testing
that theory by running a new samba4 machine with only one netcard in it.

I look forward to your Linux implementation notes.


On Thu, Jul 12, 2012 at 1:46 PM, Bernd Markgraf
<bernd.markgraf at med.ovgu.de>wrote:

> Hi,
> I am running such a setup for over 2 years now. Samba4 acting as AD for
> the Windows Clients and LDAP/Kerberos for Linux and Solars clients. All
> users are stored centrally and no local users on the clients.
> I'd have to dig for more information on the setup though, as it's been a
> while since I implemented it.
> http://phaedrus77.blogspot.de/2010/04/samba4-ad-domain-controller-to-serve.html?showComment=1333390497132#c1731870195842128401
> has my notes on setting up the Solaris clients. Linux was mostly similar
> enough with further information on several other sites.
> HTH,
>   Bernd

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