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Solaris 10 Intel x86 and samba

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How do I install Samba on Solaris 10 Intel?
   - Include the correct download from Samba
   - Be very explicit. This is a new arena for me.
   - Windows 2003 native mode

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You can get Samba "installed" by either downloading it from http://www.sunfreeware.com or using pkg-get from Blastwave.   I personally like Blastwave as it handles package dependencies very nicely which Sunfreeware doesn't.  The User's Guide at Blastwave has the "explicit" instructions you need to install Samba.

http://www.blastwave.org/userguide/

"Configuring" Samba is another matter.  I'm no Samba expert.
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Don't forget that samba is included with Solaris 10.
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I am not finding anything in regards to the Kerberos portions of the install.  Since I am in a w2k3 environment native mode this is very relevant to my required explicit instructions.

Thank you the samba is in the install of solaris 10.   I also notice they actually began packaging it with Solaris 9 thanks for that heads up.

I still need a working and tested kerberos integration installation guide which is required for a successful w2k3 native mode implementation.  Can you help me on this issue.
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