[Samba] Ubuntu 18.04 classicupgrade help
L.P.H. van Belle
belle at bazuin.nl
Wed Jul 15 07:21:51 UTC 2020
And, ho stop, first line i see in that manual is wrong.
# Add this line to /etc/hosts so that dc1 resolves to 192.168.122.70
192.168.122.70 dc1 dc1.ad.ricosharp.com
192.168.122.70 dc1.ad.ricosharp.com dc1
sudo cp /var/lib/samba/private/krb5.conf /etc
Not needed, the default install is suffient.
And it started with errors just after he sets up.
Sorry, i cant recommend this.
For new server setup.
Well, i can recommend only this guys guide..
Best there is in my opinion ;-)
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> Onderwerp: [Samba] Ubuntu 18.04 classicupgrade help
> I've currently got a Ubuntu 18.04 server running Samba 4.7.6
> with an NT4 domain that I'd like to migrate to an AD. I've
> found the following link but am struggling to match up the
> steps with the Ubuntu install.
> I've also found this post that creates a Samba AD on Ubuntu
> 18.04 from scratch but doesn't have the upgrade steps.
> Would someone be able to help with some questions?
> In the first link, the "Server information used in this
> HowTo" section lists a bunch of settings. I'm not sure how
> that matches up with Ubuntu.
> I'm not using ldap, my smb.conf file has "passdb backend =
> tdbsam:/var/lib/samba/passdb.tdb" in it if that's any help.
> Under the "Domain controller name" section it talks about a
> "netbois name =" line in the smb.conf file. I don't have
> that in mine but I do have a "workgroup =" line. Is this the
> same thing?
Well on this part, i cant recommend much, i didnt upgrade i did setup a new clean server.
Bit more work.. So on these steps,
Well.. Rowland i the guy that will give the best advice here.
> Does the classicupgrade just "convert" a bunch of files like
> the passdb.tdb and smb.conf files? And unless you actually
> replace the files and start the AD service nothing actually changes?
> I think I should stop there.
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