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[K12OSN] [Fwd: Re: [SYS_ADMIN] HSTI Linux]



That's what I gathered from Michael....
here is his original question below....basically wanting to log a linux
machine into a samba PDC...

I guess what we need to define here  is what is logging onto a domain,
and what does that mean to a linux client...


-----Forwarded Message-----

> From: Michael Cartwright <michaelc earle crsc k12 ar us>
> To: Barry Smoke <bsmoke bryant dsc k12 ar us>
> Cc: sys_admin <sys_admin mail k12 ar us>
> Subject: Re: [SYS_ADMIN] HSTI Linux
> Date: 15 May 2002 22:03:46 -0500
> 
> I should probably know this, but I don't.  We run Samba as a PDC which
> allows users on 98 and NT workstations to be authenticated when they log
> on to the domain.  I know that Linux workstations can mount samba shares,
> but is there a way for users on linux workstations to log on to the domain
> and automatically have home directories on the server or other shared
> directories to be mounted assuming they enter valid login names and
> passwords?  This centralized authentication of users is a major issue
> for me.  Hopefully there's a simple answer that I'm not aware of.
> 
> Mike Cartwright, EArle School District
> 






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