[Samba] Disjointness between samba and distros?
jeff.sadowski at gmail.com
Tue Feb 9 16:44:34 UTC 2016
On Tue, Feb 9, 2016 at 8:44 AM, Reindl Harald <h.reindl at thelounge.net>
> Am 09.02.2016 um 16:28 schrieb Jeff Sadowski:
>> Most major distros compile samba with out the ability to do AD DC (Ubutum,
>> Fedora, Suse)
>> Fedora's documentation since samba 4.0 has stated
>> "We'll provide Samba AD DC functionality as soon as its support of MIT
>> Kerberos KDC will be ready."
>> This is even provided in 4.4.0rc1 build of samba for fedora 24(rawhide)
>> I'd rather see a document that says something like so
>> "Samba AD DC server compiled samba is incompatible with MIT Kerberos we'll
>> provide a compatible one as soon as samba supports MIT Kerberos KDC."
>> or something along those lines.
>> It just seems that samba has been disjoiint on its capabilities vs what
>> distros compile it for since 4.0 was released all that time ago.
>> What is going on in the linux communities?
> they included and supported MIT Kerberos long before Samba 4 did exist at
> all and unlikely change that for a single package
> So there would be a lot of packages that wouldn't work correctly? That
would be used at the same time?
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