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I would be pretty sure that if Windows 7 doesn't work with Samba 3.0.x
that Windows 2008 won't either. Rather than compiling samba 3.4 or 3.5
from source I would go with Fedora Core 11 (samba 3.3.x) or some other
more up-to-date linux distro that has a newer version of samba
included. I wouldn't start anything with 3.0.xx.
I would (maybe stating the obvious) set up a test environment 1st. I
did start playing with FC13 (samba 3.5)- not sure it behaved
properly. I personally would stick with FC12 which I think had samba
3.4.x included- since I am pretty familiar with 3.4.x but not 3.5.x.
There were definately some config changes between 3.0.x and 3.4.x (group
mapping, domain trusts.)
On 08/09/2010 02:56 PM, Peter Lawrie wrote:
> I am about to set up a Centos server with samba and an MS server 2008 for a
> new customer.
> The MS server is required because he has an MSSQL application. The samba
> shares will be for everything else.
> I've previously set up centos and redhat servers as domain members with a
> 2003 pdc
> before I get stuck, are there any issues I should worry about with server
> What release of samba should I run?
> Are there any differences in configuration compared with samba3.0.33 which
> comes with centos5.5
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