[Samba] Is the samba-dc package on Centos 7 gimped?
rowlandpenny at googlemail.com
Sat Oct 18 03:15:27 MDT 2014
On 18/10/14 00:38, Martinx - ジェームズ wrote:
> I'm wondering here... Samba on CentOS doesn't have samba-tool, Samba
> on Ubuntu (and on Debian too?) doesn't have CTDB...
Debian 4.1.11 from backports seems to have CTDB:
> So, which Samba package out there is the best one, ever?
Oh come on, this a bit like asking a sports fan which is the best team ;-)
> I'm running Debian / Ubuntu at my company...
> On 16 October 2014 05:26, Rowland Penny <rowlandpenny at googlemail.com
> <mailto:rowlandpenny at googlemail.com>> wrote:
> On 16/10/14 02:49, John Lewis wrote:
> I got comfortable enough with Samba on my systems that I agreed to
> provision Samba for my local Linux Users group. My server runs
> Debian 7
> and theirs runs Centos 7.
> I installed the samba-dc-4.1.1-37.el7_0.x86_64 package,
> 0:1.1.16-4.el7, and samba-client-4.1.1-37.el7_0.x86_64
> packages on their
> Centos 7. The problem is I can't find samba-tool anywhere so I
> provision the domain controller for them tonight.
> Threads like this one
> and this one
> are giving me the sinking feeling that I will have to build
> the Samba
> suite from source because Red Hat didn't want something easier
> to use
> than slapd to compete with the authentication suite they are
> trying to sell.
> Can I get a confirmation that there is actually something
> wrong with the
> samba-dc package? Is there some already built Samba4 package
> for Centos
> 7 that has domain controller features?
> Hi, there is nothing wrong with the samba-dc-4.1.1-37.el7_0.x86_64
> package, how could there be, it only contains one file
> Try reading it, this confirms what you fear, you cannot have a
> samba4 DC with the official samba packages, so you are going to
> have to compile it yourself, but this might be easier said than
> done due to the kerberos problem, might just be easier to install
> Debian on the server.
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