Linux: NT style Domain control

Is there any way to make linux do domain control or
something like for free...
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cedricCommented:
Yes of course, use Yellow pages NIS and so on.

you should read the Net2 or Net3 Howto for further instructions.

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manicAuthor Commented:
How do I make  WIN95 talk to it for free?
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lewiarCommented:
The question is vague, the 'or somthing' obscures the real question which is 'Can I make Linux (Samba) run an NT domain and hence use domain authenticated logins on Win95'

Actually it will be a while before I expect you will see this functionality as MS have not released the protocol (So far as I am aware).

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manicAuthor Commented:
Actually, to an extent, SAMBA does it.
I found out today. It is in 'domain.txt' in the docs
directory.
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