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Official Samba-3 HOWTO and Reference Guide, The
By John H. Terpstra, Jelmer R. Vernooij
 
Publisher : Prentice Hall PTR
Pub Date : October 22, 2003
ISBN : 0-13-145355-6
Pages : 736


                                                
    Copyright
    Praise for The Official Samba-3 HOWTO and Reference Guide
    Bruce Perens' Open Source Series
    Attribution
    Abstract
    Foreword
    List of Figures
    List of Tables
    Part I:  General Installation
      Preface and Introduction
      What Is Samba?
      Why This Book?
      Book Structure and Layout
        Chapter 1.  How to Install and Test Samba
      Section 1.1.  Obtaining and Installing Samba
      Section 1.2.  Configuring Samba (smb.conf)
      Section 1.3.  List Shares Available on the Server
      Section 1.4.  Connect with a UNIX Client
      Section 1.5.  Connect from a Remote SMB Client
      Section 1.6.  What If Things Don't Work?
      Section 1.7.  Common Errors
        Chapter 2.  Fast Start: Cure for Impatience
      Section 2.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 2.2.  Description of Example Sites
      Section 2.3.  Worked Examples
    Part II:  Server Configuration Basics
        Chapter 3.  Server Types and Security Modes
      Section 3.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 3.2.  Server Types
      Section 3.3.  Samba Security Modes
      Section 3.4.  Password Checking
      Section 3.5.  Common Errors
        Chapter 4.  Domain Control
      Section 4.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 4.2.  Basics of Domain Control
      Section 4.3.  Domain Control Example Configuration
      Section 4.4.  Samba ADS Domain Control
      Section 4.5.  Domain and Network Logon Configuration
      Section 4.6.  Common Errors
        Chapter 5.  Backup Domain Control
      Section 5.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 5.2.  Essential Background Information
      Section 5.3.  Backup Domain Controller Configuration
      Section 5.4.  Common Errors
        Chapter 6.  Domain Membership
      Section 6.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 6.2.  MS Windows Workstation/Server Machine Trust Accounts
      Section 6.3.  Domain Member Server
      Section 6.4.  Samba ADS Domain Membership
      Section 6.5.  Sharing User ID Mappings between Samba Domain Members
      Section 6.6.  Common Errors
        Chapter 7.  Stand-Alone Servers
      Section 7.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 7.2.  Background
      Section 7.3.  Example Configuration
      Section 7.4.  Common Errors
        Chapter 8.  MS Windows Network Configuration Guide
      Section 8.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 8.2.  Technical Details
      Section 8.3.  Common Errors
    Part III:  Advanced Configuration
        Chapter 9.  Network Browsing
      Section 9.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 9.2.  What Is Browsing?
      Section 9.3.  Discussion
      Section 9.4.  How Browsing Functions
      Section 9.5.  WINS The Windows Internetworking Name Server
      Section 9.6.  Helpful Hints
      Section 9.7.  Technical Overview of Browsing
      Section 9.8.  Common Errors
        Chapter 10.  Account Information Databases
      Section 10.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 10.2.  Technical Information
      Section 10.3.  Account Management Tools
      Section 10.4.  Password Backends
      Section 10.5.  Common Errors
        Chapter 11.  Group Mapping MS Windows and Unix
      Section 11.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 11.2.  Discussion
      Section 11.3.  Configuration Scripts
      Section 11.4.  Common Errors
        Chapter 12.  File, Directory and Share Access Controls
      Section 12.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 12.2.  File System Access Controls
      Section 12.3.  Share Definition Access Controls
      Section 12.4.  Access Controls on Shares
      Section 12.5.  MS Windows Access Control Lists and UNIX Interoperability
      Section 12.6.  Common Errors
        Chapter 13.  File and Record Locking
      Section 13.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 13.2.  Discussion
      Section 13.3.  Samba Opportunistic Locking Control
      Section 13.4.  MS Windows Opportunistic Locking and Caching Controls
      Section 13.5.  Persistent Data Corruption
      Section 13.6.  Common Errors
      Section 13.7.  Additional Reading
        Chapter 14.  Securing Samba
      Section 14.1.  Introduction
      Section 14.2.  Features and Benefits
      Section 14.3.  Technical Discussion of Protective Measures and Issues
      Section 14.4.  Upgrading Samba
      Section 14.5.  Common Errors
        Chapter 15.  Interdomain Trust Relationships
      Section 15.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 15.2.  Trust Relationship Background
      Section 15.3.  Native MS Windows NT4 Trusts Configuration
      Section 15.4.  Configuring Samba NT-Style Domain Trusts
      Section 15.5.  NT4-Style Domain Trusts with Windows 2000
      Section 15.6.  Common Errors
        Chapter 16.  Hosting a Microsoft Distributed File System Tree
      Section 16.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 16.2.  Common Errors
        Chapter 17.  Classical Printing Support
      Section 17.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 17.2.  Technical Introduction
      Section 17.3.  Simple Print Configuration
      Section 17.4.  Extended Printing Configuration
      Section 17.5.  Printing Developments Since Samba-2.2
      Section 17.6.  Installing Drivers into [print$]
      Section 17.7.  Client Driver Installation Procedure
      Section 17.8.  Other Gotchas
      Section 17.9.  The Imprints Toolset
      Section 17.10.  Adding Network Printers without User Interaction
      Section 17.11.  The addprinter Command
      Section 17.12.  Migration of Classical Printing to Samba
      Section 17.13.  Publishing Printer Information in Active Directory or LDAP
      Section 17.14.  Common Errors
        Chapter 18.  Cups Printing Support
      Section 18.1.  Introduction
      Section 18.2.  Basic CUPS Support Configuration
      Section 18.3.  Advanced Configuration
      Section 18.4.  Advanced Intelligent Printing with PostScript Driver Download
      Section 18.5.  The CUPS Filtering Architecture
      Section 18.6.  Network Printing (Purely Windows)
      Section 18.7.  Network Printing (Windows Clients UNIX/Samba Print Servers)
      Section 18.8.  Network PostScript RIP
      Section 18.9.  Windows Terminal Servers (WTS) as CUPS Clients
      Section 18.10.  Configuring CUPS for Driver Download
      Section 18.11.  Installing PostScript Driver Files Manually Using rpcclient
      Section 18.12.  The Printing *.tdb Files
      Section 18.13.  CUPS Print Drivers from Linuxprinting.org
      Section 18.14.  Page Accounting with CUPS
      Section 18.15.  Additional Material
      Section 18.16.  Auto-Deletion or Preservation of CUPS Spool Files
      Section 18.17.  Printing from CUPS to Windows Attached Printers
      Section 18.18.  More CUPS-Filtering Chains
      Section 18.19.  Common Errors
      Section 18.20.  Overview of the CUPS Printing Processes
        Chapter 19.  Stackable VFS Modules
      Section 19.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 19.2.  Discussion
      Section 19.3.  Included Modules
      Section 19.4.  VFS Modules Available Elsewhere
        Chapter 20.  Winbind: Use of Domain Accounts
      Section 20.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 20.2.  Introduction
      Section 20.3.  What Winbind Provides
      Section 20.4.  How Winbind Works
      Section 20.5.  Installation and Configuration
      Section 20.6.  Conclusion
      Section 20.7.  Common Errors
        Chapter 21.  Advanced Network Management
      Section 21.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 21.2.  Remote Server Administration
      Section 21.3.  Remote Desktop Management
      Section 21.4.  Network Logon Script Magic
        Chapter 22.  System and Account Policies
      Section 22.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 22.2.  Creating and Managing System Policies
      Section 22.3.  Managing Account/User Policies
      Section 22.4.  Management Tools
      Section 22.5.  System Startup and Logon Processing Overview
      Section 22.6.  Common Errors
        Chapter 23.  Desktop Profile Management
      Section 23.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 23.2.  Roaming Profiles
      Section 23.3.  Mandatory Profiles
      Section 23.4.  Creating and Managing Group Profiles
      Section 23.5.  Default Profile for Windows Users
      Section 23.6.  Common Errors
        Chapter 24.  Pam-Based Distributed Authentication
      Section 24.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 24.2.  Technical Discussion
      Section 24.3.  Common Errors
        Chapter 25.  Integrating MS Windows Networks With Samba
      Section 25.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 25.2.  Background Information
      Section 25.3.  Name Resolution in a Pure UNIX/Linux World
      Section 25.4.  Name Resolution as Used within MS Windows Networking
      Section 25.5.  Common Errors
        Chapter 26.  Unicode/Charsets
      Section 26.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 26.2.  What Are Charsets and Unicode?
      Section 26.3.  Samba and Charsets
      Section 26.4.  Conversion from Old Names
      Section 26.5.  Common Errors
        Chapter 27.  Backup Techniques
      Section 27.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 27.2.  Discussion of Backup Solutions
        Chapter 28.  High Availability
      Section 28.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 28.2.  Technical Discussion
    Part IV:  Migration and Updating
        Chapter 29.  Upgrading From Samba-2.X to Samba-3.0.0
      Section 29.1.  Quick Migration Guide
      Section 29.2.  New Features in Samba-3
      Section 29.3.  Configuration Parameter Changes
      Section 29.4.  New Functionality
        Chapter 30.  Migration From NT4 PDC to Samba-3 PDC
      Section 30.1.  Planning and Getting Started
      Section 30.2.  Migration Options
        Chapter 31.  SWAT The Samba Web Administration Tool
      Section 31.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 31.2.  Guidelines and Technical Tips
      Section 31.3.  Overview and Quick Tour
      Section 31.4.  SWAT View Page Displays Incorrectly
    Part V:  Troubleshooting
        Chapter 32.  The Samba Checklist
      Section 32.1.  Introduction
      Section 32.2.  Assumptions
      Section 32.3.  The Tests
        Chapter 33.  Analyzing and Solving Samba Problems
      Section 33.1.  Diagnostics Tools
      Section 33.2.  Useful URLs
      Section 33.3.  Getting Mailing List Help
      Section 33.4.  How to Get Off the Mailing Lists
        Chapter 34.  Reporting Bugs
      Section 34.1.  Introduction
      Section 34.2.  General Information
      Section 34.3.  Debug Levels
      Section 34.4.  Internal Errors
      Section 34.5.  Attaching to a Running Process
      Section 34.6.  Patches
    Part VI:  Appendixes
        Chapter 35.  How to Compile Samba
      Section 35.1.  Access Samba Source Code via CVS
      Section 35.2.  Accessing the Samba Sources via rsync and ftp
      Section 35.3.  Verifying Samba's PGP Signature
      Section 35.4.  Building the Binaries
      Section 35.5.  Starting the smbd and nmbd
        Chapter 36.  Portability
      Section 36.1.  HPUX
      Section 36.2.  SCO UNIX
      Section 36.3.  DNIX
      Section 36.4.  Red Hat Linux
      Section 36.5.  AIX
      Section 36.6.  Solaris
        Chapter 37.  Samba and Other CIFS Clients
      Section 37.1.  Macintosh Clients
      Section 37.2.  OS2 Client
      Section 37.3.  Windows for Workgroups
      Section 37.4.  Windows 95/98
      Section 37.5.  Windows 2000 Service Pack 2
      Section 37.6.  Windows NT 3.1
        Chapter 38.  Samba Performance Tuning
      Section 38.1.  Comparisons
      Section 38.2.  Socket Options
      Section 38.3.  Read Size
      Section 38.4.  Max Xmit
      Section 38.5.  Log Level
      Section 38.6.  Read Raw
      Section 38.7.  Write Raw
      Section 38.8.  Slow Logins
      Section 38.9.  Client Tuning
      Section 38.10.  Samba Performance Problem Due to Changing Linux Kernel
      Section 38.11.  Corrupt tdb Files
      Section 38.12.  Samba Performance is Very Slow
        Chapter 39.  DNS and DHCP Configuration Guide
      Section 39.1.  Features and Benefits
      Section 39.2.  Example Configuration
        Appendix A.  Manual Pages
      Section A.1.  smb.conf
      Section A.2.  nmblookup
      Section A.3.  rpcclient
      Section A.4.  smbcacls
      Section A.5.  smbclient
      Section A.6.  net
      Section A.7.  nmbd
      Section A.8.  pdbedit
      Section A.9.  smbcquotas
      Section A.10.  smbd
      Section A.11.  smbpasswd
      Section A.12.  smbpasswd
      Section A.13.  smbstatus
      Section A.14.  smbtree
      Section A.15.  testparm
      Section A.16.  wbinfo
      Section A.17.  winbindd
        Appendix B.  The GNU General Public License
      Preamble
      Terms and Conditions for Copying, Distribution and Modification
      No Warranty
      End of Terms and Conditions
        Glossary


Official Samba-3 HOWTO and Reference Guide
The Official Samba-3 HOWTO and Reference Guide, 2nd Edition
ISBN: 0131882228
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2005
Pages: 297

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