[Samba] NTP Selinux Permissions
lists at boyandin.info
Sun Jul 29 02:16:45 UTC 2018
On 28.07.2018 21:17, Rowland Penny via samba wrote:
> On 28 Jul 2018 09:58:39 -0400
> Konstantin Boyandin via samba <samba at lists.samba.org> wrote:
>> On 28.07.2018 15:18, Rowland Penny via samba wrote:
>>> On Fri, 27 Jul 2018 19:50:55 -0500
>>> Ivan Rojas via samba <samba at lists.samba.org> wrote:
>>>> It is not recommended to install samba AD in centos, in what
>>>> distribution is it recommended to install?
>>> It's not that it isn't recommended to install AD on the Centos
>>> Samba packages, it is that you cannot (yet) set up an AD DC on the
>>> Centos Samba packages. You may be able to find a third party repo
>>> that contains Samba packages that will allow the creation of an AD
>>> If you want to try another distro, you need to select one that isn't
>>> based on red-hat, such as debian or Devuan.
>>> You could always build Samba yourself.
>> Is there a Linux distribution (such as Debian, Ubuntu - those having
>> long-term support versions) were Samba 4 installed from official
>> repository can set up AD DC?
>> I recall Ubuntu 16.04' samba v4 (out of standard repository) could do
>> that, but haven't tried that myself yet.
>> While I definitely have some fun building packages manually, I'd
>> prefer to avoid that wherever possible.
> The problem with long term support, is just that, it is long term
> support for all the packages it comes with originally.
> Samba is a fast moving target and things get added/updated all the
> time, but if you are stuck with an earlier version of Samba, you do not
> get them.
> In my opinion, the best way forward at the moment, use debian or Devuan
> with Louis Van Belle's repo.
On Ubuntu 18.04, Samba 4.7.6 (at the moment) is installed from standard
repository. Is that version high enough to run Samba Active Domain and
(more important to me) to upgrade existing NT4 domain to Samba AD?
I'll proceed with Debian, as you recommended (thanks); I suppose you are
talking about this:
More information about the samba