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The GNU General Public License (GPL) is an artifact of the Free Software Foundation (FSF) founded by Richard Stallman in 1983. Like the Open Source Initiative, the FSF was interested in promoting collaborative development within the computing community by removing the obstacles imposed by proprietary software. Note that the term "free software" does not mean "without charge" but rather refers to the "freedom" to access, modify and distribute the software for further benefit to the community. The GNU project itself was directed at building a library of tools in the spirit of this philosophy. Note that GNU is a recursive definition that stands for GNUs Not UNIX. The GPL requires that software distributed under the license must always include source code, allow for derivative works and modifications, and guarantee that any subsequent developer may
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also distribute the software. Any deviate of a GPL product must also follow GPL specifications. Developers may charge a distribution fee for GPL products. For the full GPL specification, visit the FSF Web page listed below. Free Software Foundation, Inc. 59 Temple Place Suite 330 Boston, MA 02111, USA http://www.fsf.org gnu@gnu.org
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We have already talked about how Samba represents a UNIX implementation of the SMB protocol that facilitates UNIX file system and printer sharing with Windows and LAN Manager clients. What we have not yet discussed is just how tightly Samba integrates UNIX into these environments. Samba implements Windows domain and workgroup functionality through two UNIX service daemons, nmbd and smbd. The nmbd daemon fills a dual role as NetBIOS Name Service and NetBIOS Browser Service. The smdb daemon provides the bulk of the SMB protocol implementation for sharing resource. These two daemons along, with ancillary administrative tools and client commands, provide: NBNS, WINS, and DNS gateway services Routed network browser service Authentication and authorization gateway between UNIX and Windows domains CIFS-compliant UNIX file sharing in Windows and LAN Manager networks Unicode character sets and name mapping Opportunistic locking visible to network file system services UNIX printer sharing in Windows and LAN Manager networks, including automated driver installation for Windows 9x clients UNIX access to Windows file systems UNIX acting as a full domain client UNIX acting as a minimal primary domain controller.
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The Samba Team is actively improving and refining the Samba code base, whose quality has recently been substantiated by a series of benchmarks performed by Sm@rt Reseller in January and April 1999. System test staff at Sm@rt Reseller ran the Ziff-Davis NetBench benchmark against Samba 2.0 running on Red Hat Linux 5.2 and on Pacific Hitech TurboLinux 3.0.1. The results were compared against Windows NT 4.0 and Novell NetWare 5.0 running on similar hardware. In both tests, the Samba/Linux combination
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outperformed NT and NetWare. Samba 2.0 running on an SGI Origen 200 has also been shown to outperform the custom network storage architecture implemented in the Network Appliance F760. Windows 2000 likely represents the most immediate challenge for the Samba Team. New features in Windows 2000 like LDAP-based Active Directory services, Kerberos 5.0 authentication, Dynamic DNS, and file system modifications are dramatic departures from the legacy SMB NetBIOS architecture. Windows 2000 will provide backward compatibility for NTLM-style operations, thus ensuring interoperability with older Windows and LAN Manager clients and servers. Technologies like Kerberos and LDAP are already widely used in the UNIX community and there are subtle differences in the way that they are implemented in Windows 2000. There is certainly an opportunity here for Samba to continue playing a role in tightly integrating both the old and new UNIX and Windows worlds. In the remaining chapters on Samba installation and configuration, we will take a closer look at issues regarding Samba and Windows 2000 coexistence.
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Samba is a UNIX implementation of the SMB protocol for sharing UNIX files and printers in Windows and LAN Manager-based networks. Samba was created by Andrew Tridgell of Australian National University by reverse engineering the SMB protocol. Samba development is a collaborative process whose primary contributors are known as the Samba Team. Samba is an "open source" software suite available to anyone for use under the GNU General Public License (GPL). The bulk of Samba functionality is provided by the nmbd and smbd daemons. Samba provides NBNS, WINS, and DNS gateway services. Samba provides NetBIOS Browser services for single subnet and routed networks. Samba implements the full NT domain client protocol. Samba can emulate the basic functionality of an NT primary domain controller.
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