List of Examples


Chapter 1

 

1.2.1

Drafting Office smb.conf File

6

1.2.2

Charity Administration Office smb.conf New-style File

13

1.2.3

Charity Administration Office smb.conf Old-style File

14

1.2.4

Windows Me Registry Edit File: Disable Password Caching

15

1.2.5

Accounting Office Network smb.conf Old Style Configuration File

20

Chapter 2

 

2.3.1

Script to Map Windows NT Groups to UNIX Groups

31

2.3.2

Abmas Accounting DHCP Server Configuration File /etc/dhcpd.conf

40

2.3.3

Accounting Office Network smb.conf File [globals] Section

41

2.3.4

Accounting Office Network smb.conf File Services and Shares Section

42

Chapter 3

 

3.2.1

Estimation of Memory Requirements

48

3.2.2

Estimation of Disk Storage Requirements

49

3.3.1

NAT Firewall Configuration Script

75

3.3.2

130 User Network with tdbsam [globals] Section

76

3.3.3

130 User Network with tdbsam Services Section Part A

77

3.3.4

130 User Network with tdbsam Services Section Part B

77

3.3.5

Script to Map Windows NT Groups to UNIX Groups

78

3.3.6

DHCP Server Configuration File /etc/dhcpd.conf

79

3.3.7

DNS Master Configuration File /etc/named.conf Master Section

80

3.3.8

DNS Master Configuration File /etc/named.conf Forward Lookup Definition Section

81

3.3.9

DNS Master Configuration File /etc/named.conf Reverse Lookup Definition Section

82

3.3.10

DNS 192.168.1 Reverse Zone File

83

3.3.11

DNS 192.168.2 Reverse Zone File

83

3.3.12

DNS Abmas.biz Forward Zone File

84

3.3.13

DNS Abmas.us Forward Zone File

84

Chapter 4

 

4.3.1

Server: MASSIVE (PDC), File: /etc/samba/smb.conf

98

4.3.2

Server: MASSIVE (PDC), File: /etc/samba/dc-common.conf

99

4.3.3

Common Samba Configuration File: /etc/samba/common.conf

100

4.3.4

Server: BLDG1 (Member), File: smb.conf

101

4.3.5

Server: BLDG2 (Member), File: smb.conf

101

4.3.6

Common Domain Member Include File: dom-mem.conf

101

4.3.7

Server: MASSIVE, File: dhcpd.conf

102

4.3.8

Server: BLDG1, File: dhcpd.conf

103

4.3.9

Server: BLDG2, File: dhcpd.conf

104

4.3.10

Server: MASSIVE, File: named.conf, Part: A

108

4.3.11

Server: MASSIVE, File: named.conf, Part: B

109

4.3.12

Server: MASSIVE, File: named.conf, Part: C

110

4.3.13

Forward Zone File: abmas.biz.hosts

111

4.3.14

Forward Zone File: abmas.biz.hosts

111

4.3.15

Servers: BLDG1/BLDG2, File: named.conf, Part: A

112

4.3.16

Servers: BLDG1/BLDG2, File: named.conf, Part: B

113

4.3.17

Initialize Groups Script, File: /etc/samba/initGrps.sh

114

Chapter 5

 

5.4.1

LDAP DB_CONFIG File

135

5.4.2

LDAP Master Configuration File /etc/openldap/slapd.conf Part A

175

5.4.3

LDAP Master Configuration File /etc/openldap/slapd.conf Part B

176

5.4.4

Configuration File for NSS LDAP Support /etc/ldap.conf

176

5.4.5

Configuration File for NSS LDAP Clients Support /etc/ldap.conf

177

5.4.6

LDAP Based smb.conf File, Server: MASSIVE global Section: Part A

178

5.4.7

LDAP Based smb.conf File, Server: MASSIVE global Section: Part B

179

5.5.1

LDAP Based smb.conf File, Server: BLDG1

180

5.5.2

LDAP Based smb.conf File, Server: BLDG2

181

5.5.3

LDAP Based smb.conf File, Shares Section Part A

182

5.5.4

LDAP Based smb.conf File, Shares Section Part B

183

5.5.5

LDIF IDMAP Add-On Load File File: /etc/openldap/idmap.LDIF

183

Chapter 6

 

6.3.1

LDAP Master Server Configuration File /etc/openldap/slapd.conf

202

6.3.2

LDAP Slave Configuration File /etc/openldap/slapd.conf

203

6.3.3

Primary Domain Controller smb.conf File Part A

204

6.3.4

Primary Domain Controller smb.conf File Part B

205

6.3.5

Primary Domain Controller smb.conf File Part C

206

6.3.6

Backup Domain Controller smb.conf File Part A

207

6.3.7

Backup Domain Controller smb.conf File Part B

208

Chapter 7

 

7.3.1

Samba Domain Member in Samba Domain Using LDAP smb.conf File

246

7.3.2

LDIF IDMAP Add-On Load File File: /etc/openldap/idmap.LDIF

247

7.3.3

Configuration File for NSS LDAP Support /etc/ldap.conf

247

7.3.4

NSS using LDAP for Identity Resolution File: /etc/nsswitch.conf

247

7.3.5

Samba Domain Member Server Using Winbind smb.conf File for NT4 Domain

248

7.3.6

Samba Domain Member Server Using Local Accounts smb.conf File for NT4 Domain

249

7.3.7

Samba Domain Member smb.conf File for Active Directory Membership

250

7.3.8

Example smb.conf File Using idmap_rid

251

7.3.9

Typical ADS Style Domain smb.conf File

251

7.3.10

ADS Membership Using RFC2307bis Identity Resolution smb.conf File

252

7.3.11

SUSE: PAM login Module Using Winbind

252

7.3.12

SUSE: PAM xdm Module Using Winbind

253

7.3.13

Red Hat 9: PAM System Authentication File: /etc/pam.d/system-auth Module Using Winbind

253

Chapter 9

 

9.3.1

NT4 Migration Samba-3 Server smb.conf Part: A

296

9.3.2

NT4 Migration Samba-3 Server smb.conf Part: B

297

9.3.3

NT4 Migration LDAP Server Configuration File: /etc/openldap/slapd.conf Part A

298

9.3.4

NT4 Migration LDAP Server Configuration File: /etc/openldap/slapd.conf Part B

299

9.3.5

NT4 Migration NSS LDAP File: /etc/ldap.conf

300

9.3.6

NT4 Migration NSS Control File: /etc/nsswitch.conf (Stage:1)

300

9.3.7

NT4 Migration NSS Control File: /etc/nsswitch.conf (Stage:2)

301

Chapter 10

 

10.2.1

A Rough Tool to Create an LDIF File from the System Account Files

306

10.3.1

NSS LDAP Control File /etc/ldap.conf

311

10.3.2

The PAM Control File /etc/security/pam unix2.conf

313

10.3.3

Samba Configuration File smb.conf Part A

314

10.3.4

Samba Configuration File smb.conf Part B

315

10.3.5

Samba Configuration File smb.conf Part C

316

10.3.6

Samba Configuration File smb.conf Part D

317

10.3.7

Samba Configuration File smb.conf Part E

318

10.3.8

Rsync Script

319

10.3.9

Rsync Files Exclusion List /root/excludes.txt

320

10.3.10

Idealx smbldap-tools Control File Part A

326

10.3.11

Idealx smbldap-tools Control File Part B

327

10.3.12

Idealx smbldap-tools Control File Part C

328

10.3.13

Idealx smbldap-tools Control File Part D

329

10.3.14

Kixtart Control File File: logon.kix

330

10.3.15

Kixtart Control File File: main.kix

331

10.3.16

Kixtart Control File File: setup.kix, Part A

332

10.3.17

Kixtart Control File File: setup.kix, Part B

333

10.3.18

Kixtart Control File File: acct.kix

334

Chapter 12

 

12.3.1

Kerberos Configuration File: /etc/krb5.conf

359

12.3.2

Samba Configuration File: /etc/samba/smb.conf

362

12.3.3

NSS Configuration File Extract File: /etc/nsswitch.conf

362

12.3.4

Squid Configuration File Extract /etc/squid.conf [ADMINISTRATIVE PARAMETERS Section]

364

12.3.5

Squid Configuration File extract File: /etc/squid.conf [AUTHENTICATION PARAMETERS Section]

364

Chapter 15

 

15.3.1

A Useful Samba Control Script for SUSE Linux

387

15.3.2

A Sample Samba Control Script for Red Hat Linux

404

15.4.1

DNS Localhost Forward Zone File: /var/lib/named/localhost.zone

405

15.4.2

DNS Localhost Reverse Zone File: /var/lib/named/127.0.0.zone

405

15.4.3

DNS Root Name Server Hint File: /var/lib/named/root.hint

406

15.5.1

LDAP Pre-configuration Script: SMBLDAP-ldif-preconfig.sh Part A

407

15.5.2

LDAP Pre-configuration Script: SMBLDAP-ldif-preconfig.sh Part B

408

15.5.3

LDAP Pre-configuration Script: SMBLDAP-ldif-preconfig.sh Part C

409

15.5.4

LDIF Pattern File Used to Pre-configure LDAP Part A

410

15.5.5

LDIF Pattern File Used to Pre-configure LDAP Part B

411

15.6.1

Example LAM Configuration File config.cfg

411

15.6.2

LAM Profile Control File lam.conf

412




    Samba-3 by Example. Practical Exercises to Successful Deployment
    Samba-3 by Example: Practical Exercises to Successful Deployment (2nd Edition)
    ISBN: 013188221X
    EAN: 2147483647
    Year: 2005
    Pages: 142

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