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Slackware 13.37 running samba share using active directory integration
I have been researching for awhile a good distro that would run Samba and integrate into an Active Directory environment so I can use Active Directory Groups or Users with Samba shares. I was curious if anybody could help me out or point me into the right direction to get this up and running.
I am running Slackware 13.37 full install on a KVM (Ubuntu Server) as a guest Operating System. I would like to do everything via command line. I simply choose the full-install since I am a newbie..
Would greatlly appreciate any help. From what I have been reading online Slackware is the most UNIX like O/S not to mention it has great computer forensic uses.
So anybody have a link or post that would walk me through Creating a Samba share setup to Use Active Directory Authentication? How do I join the Domain etc...?
Perhaps these will help:
Chapter*7.*Adding Domain Member Servers and Clients
Samba 3 and joining Active Directory
Samba & Active Directory - SambaWiki:
To connect Linux(specifically RHEL) To Active Directory, you must have Kerberos (krb5), Winbind and Samba installed. Samba must be newer than 3.08, or it doesn't work.