I have a freshly installed Ubuntu 11.04 server. I would like to create a Samba share and integrate the permissions for it with my existing Active Directory domain. I started to follow this article (https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ActiveDirectoryWinbindHowto) but it was a spaghetti mess of links to other outdated articles. Does anyone know of a current tutorial on how to do this? Thanks!
It lists the following prerequisites 1. Software * Samba > 3.0.20 * Kerberos MIT/Heimdal * ntp * often cups-Server 2. Permissions/Users * root-user on the server * an AD user with the permission to join AD
Am I safe to just apt-get install samba smbfs? I'm new to samba/kerberos and see a lot of related packages.
For Kerberos the Ubuntu site says to install krb5-user, krb5-config, and libkadm55. libkadm55 doesn't exist. what should i do there?