[Samba] Centos 6 + Samba 4 + Memeber server of AD 2008

Nicolas Pagliaro NPagliaro at espectador.com.uy
Tue Jul 9 04:35:46 MDT 2013

Hi Nico, thanks for your answer. I don't need to have an AD server installed in my centos. 
I just needs to connect to my Windows DC that have AD because I need to have samba shares with AD users permissions. 
Now I remove all samba4 package with. Yum remove samba4*
I am downloading the last version of samba from git samba and samba-commons 

The rpm that you made for me will work for me?

Really thanks 

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El 09/07/2013, a las 06:59, "Nico Kadel-Garcia" <nkadel at gmail.com> escribió:

> On Mon, Jul 8, 2013 at 11:49 AM, Nicolas Pagliaro
> <NPagliaro at espectador.com.uy> wrote:
>> Hi, I am trying to add a fresh install Centos 6 to a Windows 2008 AD like a member
>> I follow this steps:
>> Yum install samba 4*
>> Then I modify smb.conf, krb5.conf and nsswitch.conf like this
> Stop there. If you don't actually need an AD server on CentOS 6 or
> RHEL 6, yank out the Samba RPM's and replace them with older samba-3.x
> tools. The 4.0.0 release published in CentOS is seriously out of
> date, and is mostly there for some dependencies for other software.
> You'll be using the much more RHEL supported configuration.
> If you really need all the Samba 4.x features, such as a full-blown AD
> server, then hop over to https://github.com/nkadel/samba-4.0.7-srpm
> and prepare to spend some time building up the full toolchain,
> including an updated "iniparser", "libtalloc", "libldb", "libtevent",
> and recompiling the "sssd" softwaer for compatibility with the new
> libraries. I've done most of the work for you, except local
> compilation, and I know a few people are using it. But you probably
> don't need it.

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