[Samba] easy - automated setup : Debian Wheezy with sernet samba 4.1
rowlandpenny at googlemail.com
Thu Mar 27 04:05:25 MDT 2014
On 27/03/14 07:09, L.P.H. van Belle wrote:
> Good one.
> i only did check and i found it..
> testparm -v | grep sig
> ntp signd socket directory =
> samba-tool testparm --verbose | grep sig
> ntp signd socket directory = /var/lib/samba/ntp_signd
> so 2 tools to test parameters with different outcome.
> Is this by design and if so why? anyone?
>> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
>> Van: Rowland Penny [mailto:rowlandpenny at googlemail.com]
>> Verzonden: woensdag 26 maart 2014 19:39
>> Aan: L.P.H. van Belle
>> Onderwerp: Re: [Samba] easy - automated setup : Debian Wheezy
>> with sernet samba 4.1
>> On 26/03/14 16:00, L.P.H. van Belle wrote:
>>> Im setting up scripted samba4 installs to make things more
>> uniform installations.
>>> It saves time, and errors, and it will be easier to trace bugs.
>>> This is the first one and more are comming.
>>> How does it work and what do you need and what do you get in the end.
>>> What you get.
>>> Debian wheezy, with sernet samba4.1
>>> - server setup as AD-DC ( the first server with samba4 )
>>> - Bind9_dlz is used and reverse zone is auto created.
>>> - NTP server setup.
>>> - kerberos test scripted same as the hostname tests.
>>> - info is in the script, what to put where.
>>> - needed rights are fixed, where incorrect was found.
>>> 1) install a clean debian wheezy, only ssh, more is
>> possible, but i tested with a very clean server.
>>> 2) get it :
>>> wget --no-check-certificate
>> p.sh && chmod +x debianWheezy-sernetSamba4-setup.sh &&
>>> 3) configure it : nano debianWheezy-sernetSamba4-setup.sh
>>> 4) run it. ./debianWheezy-sernetSamba4-setup.sh
>>> In the next release of the script, it wil be Debian and
>> Ubuntu compatible.
>>> And i'll build in a choose which samba you want to install.
>>> For example.
>>> Debian + samba from backports
>>> Debian + samba from sernet
>>> Debian + samba from Debian
>>> Ubuntu + samba from sernet ( should work now already, but
>> not tested. )
>>> ** you need to change the script a bit for this. Lines 210
>> + 212 and 213
>>> change debian to ubuntu and wheezy to precise
>>> ** other ubuntu should work also but just try it and
>> report it back please.
>>> So try it and report back to me if you have suggestions.
>> Hi Louis, just glanced through your script and one part caught my eye:
>> # set the ntp_signed path in samba ( default is empty )
>> ## hardcoded for now, need to look in to pass variable to sed
>> sed -i '8a\\n ntp signd socket directory =
>> /var/lib/samba/ntp_signd\n' /etc/samba/smb.conf
>> Have you ever run 'samba-tool testparm --verbose' ???? ;-)
>> Of course, it doesn't help having two testparms, I do wish that they
>> would roll them into one.
I think that the idea is you use 'testparm' if you are running samba in
'classic' mode and 'samba-tool testparm' in 'dc' mode. Only problem is
that it confuses people, somebody a lot brighter than me, needs to
combine the two, probably under samba-tool and with a switch i.e
'samba-tool testparm classic' or 'samba-tool testparm dc'.
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