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The add machine script line will specify what external program or script Samba will use when adding machines into its domain. The value here uses a script called smb-ldapuseradd, which is used to add user accounts to both Samba and OpenLDAP. If you notice, the LDAP options you have added in the smb.conf file use certain database objects to store user, group and machine information the LDAP database. But we have not changed an entry in the database on the slapd.conf file to make those objects. Not to worry because the database objects will be created using the Smbldap-tools, discussed next. 5. After you have added the entries, save the file and run testparm to see if you need to make corrections. The testparm command will tell you if you have misconfigured anything in the smb.conf file.
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Smbldap-tools is a set of Perl scripts created to help administrators manage Samba user and group accounts stored in an LDAP directory. These tools allow administrators to create users and assign passwords to them, for example. They also include scripts that will help administrators create the required LDAP database for OpenLDAP and Samba to use. Other scripts can be used to create configuration files that its tools will use such as smbldap-useradd. You can learn more about smbldaptools by visiting its website at http://www.gna.org. Earlier, you installed certain Perl packages into your system using the CPAN shell. Those Perl packages are required by smbldap-tools to run properly. Without those libraries in your system, smbldaptools will not be able to connect to your OpenLDAP server when your Samba server is going to retrieve account information during authentication.
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The smbldap.conf file is the main configuration file of the smbldap-tools package. It is placed inside the /etc/smbldap-tools directory. This file is used to specify options that will be used by its tools when interfacing Samba with OpenLDAP. You can specify the master and slave LDAP servers that the smbldaptools scripts will use here. To specify options in the file, follow the format option_name="option_value" where option_name is the name of the option you want to use and option_value is the value that you want to assign for this option. The value for option_value must be enclosed in double quotes. An example option line that assigns the LDAP suffix using the suffix option is suffix="dc=dctoys,dc=com" Lines beginning with # are comments and are ignored by the smbldap-tools scripts.
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The smbldap_bind.conf file contains options that specify credential information that the smbldap-tools will use when connecting to the assigned LDAP servers. This file is also located in the /etc/smbldaptools directory. It holds the distinguished names and binding passwords for both master and slave
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LDAP servers. The distinguished name for the master LDAP server information is given using the masterDN option and the binding password as masterPw. For the slave LDAP server, enter slaveDN and slavePw for its distinguished name and binding password respectively. The syntax for this file is identical to the smbldap.conf syntax.
Installing and Configuring smbldap-tools
You will now install smbldap-tools into your system to complete your setup. 1. Download the smbldap-tools-0.9.5-1.noarch.rpm RPM package from http://download.gna.org/smbldap-tools/packages/smbldap-tools-0.9.51.noarch.rpm and save it in root s home directory. Change to that directory and install the package by entering rpm -Uvh --nodeps smbldap-tools-0.9.5-1.noarch.rpm The --nodeps option will force the smbldap-tools package to be installed to avoid the warning messages that the prerequisite Perl modules are not present. Also, you did not use RPM packages to install the required Perl modules and they are not listed in the RPM database of your system. 2. Start the Samba server by entering service smb start. The running Samba server is needed later by smbldap-tools when creating its updated configuration files. Run the smbldap-tools configuration file script, named configure.pl and located in /usr/share/doc/smbldap-tools-0.9.5, by using the command /usr/share/doc/smbldap-tools-0.9.5/configure.pl The configure.pl file is a Perl script included to help you create both smbldap.conf and smbldap_bind.conf files interactively. Once the script starts, it will access the Samba server to get information such as what LDAP server will be used and the domain s SID (security descriptor), and it will prompt you for some information. You can answer the questions by giving the default answer enclosed in the square brackets. Press Enter to all questions except . ldap master bind password [] > and . ldap slave bind password [] > You need to give the root binding passwords you specified on the ldap.secret file in the /etc directory (which is secret for now) for these two questions. It is safe to use the same password for both questions because you are running a single OpenLDAP server. 4. The final prompt is unix password encryption: encryption used for unix passwords unix password encryption (CRYPT, MD5, SMD5, SSHA, SHA) [SSHA] > You will need to use MD5 in place of the default answer. The MD5 algorithm is used for your system s shadow file in the /etc directory.
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