[Samba] sssd-ad cannot be installed with sernet samba
anrdaemon at yandex.ru
Thu Apr 2 10:18:04 MDT 2015
Greetings, L.P.H. van Belle!
> I dont get al this hassle... ( again )
> Sernet works fine, all my server (DCs/member) are useing sernet samba.
> Only not my proxy servers. these backported samba.. ( because of a modified squid im using)
> You just need to setup as the wiki says.
> nss/winbind does work, yes, there is 1 missing file, just created it.
> ( and this is not needed on a DC ! )
> winbind does work, but on DC winbind a bit different yes.
> If you really want sernet support, buy the support at sernet.
> Is already nice of them that the are making packages.
> and still, lots of talk here, but no is saying what is not working.
> yes.. 1 missing file, read the wiki, the solution is there also.
> sssd does not works.. thats a sssd problem and WHY does sssd not work,
> ever try to recomple it.. i did on ubuntu and debian..
> but then you know. sernet only supplies samba, and not sssd kerberos etc..
> which are all depends of sssd.
> so setup samba from distro or source and use sssd,
> or setup samba with sernet packages, and use nss/winbind.
> then if you have a problem post it here again.
> Again to much time spend on a topic which cames over every few months.
If it comes up so often, isn't it obvious that there's something fundamentally
wrong with the subject of the topic?
If you are only using functionality provided by that package, it doesn't mean
there's no other use cases possible.
Said that, I can give you one argument and I would like to see you counter it.
Providing an application package under a different name, that it is known in
respective package management system is only sensible, if your package is
supposed to coexist with the same application packaged by a different vendor.
PHP5x packages by https://launchpad.net/~skettler would be an example.
But if that not the case, and your packaging is supposed to be a complete
replacement, you absolutely must provide same names, or you will break whole
packaging manager, and anything that is dependent on the application you
package will not be able to be installed, until your packages are removed.
Also, I would really appreciate, if you don't top-post.
It makes reading the messages unnecessarily hard.
With best regards,
Thursday, April 2, 2015 19:02:57
Sorry for my terrible english...
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