Wow, this is a good idea. I'll think about a change. I'll do some questions:I need that after the power-on of the client, will appear the login screen. Is this like your solution also?
I found many manuals and guide but everyone explain samba configuration with windows, hosts, winbind, etc. and am confused about it. I don't understand the difference on the configuration using not winbind and hosts.
Which proxy server do you have? Did you configured also pam for the login? Thank you Z. On 04/26/2012 10:55 AM, Helmut Hullen wrote:
Hallo, stefano, Du meintest am 26.04.12:The LAN has a computer room with 30 pc Ubuntu. In addition to these there are others computers will can connect to the LAN using wireless connection and they can have differents operating systems (Mac, Windows, Ubuntu). I want that every user can connect using a computer of the room or his own computer. Every user will be registered on the LDAP server. I want that every user will have his home directory on the server and not on the client.We try/evaluate a solution for this problem on/in some schools. No "freeradius", no LDAP. The clients try to login into the samba domain on the Linux-/Samba server, they must have a linux-/samba account on this server. That's all. No Microsoft domain, no machine account or so. Quite simple. The next probably problem (not related to samba): the server also works as a communication server, as a proxy server for surfing. We have defined that using the proxy server requires an authentication (with the linux account) - it works. No Microsoft domain, no winbind etc. The client works as a kind of thin client. It must have an OS which can mount samba shares - that's enough. Viele Gruesse! Helmut
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