On 28.3.2014 09:56, Sandor Juhasz wrote:
i am ok to compile it myself, looking for source code. I hope that way i will
be able to avoid messing
around with the ldap tree. Any help/documentation is appreciated.
Basically, documentation on
http://www.freeipa.org/page/Contribute/Code and linked pages apply to your
You will face dependency problems because you are going to build it on Ubuntu.
Don't give up and persist :-)
I would recommend you a non-standard procedure:
- clone the git repo: $ git clone git://git.fedorahosted.org/git/freeipa.git
- enter the cloned tree: $ cd freeipa.git
- $ make version-update
-- This command will fail (for sure) because of dependency problems. However,
it could be enough to proceed with ipasam build. You just need to generate
version.h and similar "useless" files.
- Enter "daemons" sub-directory in the cloned tree: $ cd daemons
- $ autoreconf -fiv
- $ ./configure
- $ make
This should build freeipa.git/daemons/ipa-sam/.libs/ipasam.so library without
building rest of FreeIPA so dependency problems should be limited only to this
Note that this procedure is completely untested.
Please let us know if it worked for you or not. I'm curious! :-)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Petr Spacek" <pspa...@redhat.com>
Sent: Thursday, March 27, 2014 5:51:23 PM
Subject: Re: [Freeipa-users] authenticate samba 3 or 4 with freeipa
On 27.3.2014 14:36, Sandor Juhasz wrote:
what is the best practice to authenticate samba file sharing with freeipa as
Either version 3 or 4 of samba is fine, as we are looking for this only for
filesharing and not
Our ipa service is hosted on CentOS 6.5.
The samba service is preferred to be hosted on Ubuntu Precise (12.04), later
the new LTS.
Found 3 methods, but all seem to have their issues.
1. LDAP, ldapsam passdb backend. -> needs ldap schema modification to include
fields (sambaSAMAccount, sambaGroupMapping, samabaSID) and have IPA populate those
with dna plugin
2. IPA, ipasam passdb backend -> did not find a working version from ipasam.so
for ubuntu, mostly i did not find any
The only how-to I'm aware of is:
If you insist on Ubuntu you need to get ipasam somewhere, most likely to
compile it yourself.
Let us know if you are going to compile it, we can provide you some guidance.
See the thread 'IPA - Samba / Redmine / Disable Kerberos?'.
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