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Samba HOWTO Collection

Samba HOWTO Collection

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SAMBA Project Documentation
SAMBA Team
Abstract
 Last Update
: Mon Apr 1 08:47:26 CST 2002This book is a collection of HOWTOs added to Samba documentation over the years. I try to ensure that allare current, but sometimes the is a larger job than one person can maintain. The most recent version of thisdocument can be found athttp://www.samba.org/ on the "Documentation" page. Please send updates to jerry@samba.org.This documentation is distributed under the GNU General Public License (GPL) version 2. A copy of thelicense is included with the Samba source distribution. A copy can be found on−line athttp://www.fsf.org/licenses/gpl.txtCheers, jerry
 
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. How to Install and Test SAMBA....................................................................................................1
1.1. Step 0: Read the man pages..............................................................................................................11.2. Step 1: Building the Binaries............................................................................................................11.3. Step 2: Theall important step...........................................................................................................11.4. Step 3: Create the smb configuration file.........................................................................................21.5. Step 4: Testyour config file with testparm......................................................................................21.6. Step 5: Starting the smbd and nmbd.................................................................................................21.6.1. Step 5a: Starting from inetd.conf...................................................................................................31.6.2. Step 5b. Alternative: starting it as a daemon.................................................................................31.7. Step 6: Trylisting the shares available on yourserver....................................................................41.8. Step 7: Tryconnecting with the unix client......................................................................................41.9. Step 8: Tryconnecting from aDOS, WfWg, Win9x, WinNT, Win2k, OS/2, etc... client..............41.10. What If Things Don't Work?..........................................................................................................51.10.1. Diagnosing Problems...................................................................................................................51.10.2. Scope IDs.....................................................................................................................................51.10.3. Choosing the Protocol Level........................................................................................................51.10.4. Printingfrom UNIX to a Client PC.............................................................................................61.10.5. Locking........................................................................................................................................61.10.6.Mapping Usernames....................................................................................................................61.10.7. Other Character Sets....................................................................................................................7
Chapter 2. IntegratingMS Windows networks with Samba..........................................................................8
2.1. Agenda..............................................................................................................................................82.2. Name Resolution in a pure Unix /Linux world..................................................................................82.2.1. /etc/hosts........................................................................................................................................82.2.2. /etc/resolv.conf...............................................................................................................................92.2.3. /etc/host.conf..................................................................................................................................92.2.4. /etc/nsswitch.conf.........................................................................................................................102.3. Name resolution as used within MS Windows networking............................................................102.3.1. The NetBIOS Name Cache..........................................................................................................112.3.2. The LMHOSTS file.....................................................................................................................122.3.3. HOSTS file..................................................................................................................................132.3.4. DNS Lookup................................................................................................................................132.3.5. WINS Lookup..............................................................................................................................142.4. How browsing functions and how to deploy stable and dependable browsing usingSamba........142.5. MS Windows security options and how to configure Samba for seemless integration.................152.5.1. Use MS Windows NT as an authentication server......................................................................162.5.2. Make Samba a member of an MS Windows NT security domain..............................................162.5.3. Configure Samba as an authentication server..............................................................................172.6. Conclusions.....................................................................................................................................18
Chapter 3. ConfiguringPAM for distributed but centrallymanaged authentication..............................19
3.1. Samba and PAM.............................................................................................................................193.2. Distributed Authentication..............................................................................................................203.3. PAM Configuration in smb.conf....................................................................................................21
Chapter 4. Hosting a Microsoft Distributed File System tree on Samba....................................................22
4.1. Instructions......................................................................................................................................22
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Table of Contents
Chapter 5. UNIX Permission Bits and Windows NT Access Control Lists.................................................24
5.1. Viewing and changing UNIX permissions using the NT security dialogs....................................245.2. How to view file security on a Samba share...................................................................................245.3. Viewing file ownership...................................................................................................................245.4. Viewing file or directory permissions.............................................................................................255.4.1. File Permissions...........................................................................................................................255.4.2. DirectoryPermissions..................................................................................................................255.5. Modifying file or directory permissions.........................................................................................265.6. Interaction with the standard Samba create mask parameters.......................................................265.7. Interactionwith the standardSamba file attribute mapping..........................................................28
Chapter 6. Printing Support in Samba 2.2.x..................................................................................................29
6.1. Introduction.....................................................................................................................................296.2. Configuration..................................................................................................................................296.2.1. Creating [print$]...........................................................................................................................306.2.2. Setting Drivers for Existing Printers............................................................................................316.2.3. DeviceModes and New Printers...................................................................................................326.2.4. Support alarge number of printers..............................................................................................326.2.5. Adding New Printers via the Windows NT APW.......................................................................336.2.6. Samba and Printer Ports...............................................................................................................336.3. The Imprints Toolset.......................................................................................................................336.3.1. What is Imprints?.........................................................................................................................346.3.2. Creating Printer Driver Packages.................................................................................................346.3.3. The Imprints server......................................................................................................................346.3.4. The Installation Client.................................................................................................................346.4. Migration to from Samba 2.0.x to 2.2.x..........................................................................................356.4.1. Parameters in smb.conf(5) for Backwards Compatibility............................................................36
7.1. Printing with CUPS in Samba 2.2.x...............................................................................................377.2. Configuringsmb.conf for CUPS....................................................................................................377.3. Using CUPS as a mere spooling print server −− "raw" printing withvendor drivers download...377.4. CUPS as a network PostScript RIP −− CUPS driversworking on server, Adobe PostScriptdriver with CUPS−PPDs downloaded to clients....................................................................................387.5. Windows Terminal Servers (WTS) as CUPS clients......................................................................387.6. Setting up CUPS for driver download............................................................................................397.7. Sources of CUPS drivers / PPDs....................................................................................................407.7.1. cupsaddsmb..................................................................................................................................40
Chapter 8. security = domain in Samba 2.x....................................................................................................43
8.1. Joining an NT Domain with Samba 2.2..........................................................................................438.2. Samba and Windows 2000 Domains..............................................................................................448.3. Why is thisbetter than security = server?.......................................................................................44
Chapter 9. How to Configure Samba 2.2 as a Primary Domain Controller...............................................46
9.1. Prerequisite Reading.......................................................................................................................46
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