How to configure LDAP for workstation login

I have installed Ubuntu on a workstation. We have a Linux DC server on the network. I want to have users log in using domain credentials. According to other threads, LDAP is the way to do that. I know nothing about LDAP - to that point, recommended newbie links for LDAP are welcomed. Those I have found require a lot of assumed knowledge.

I believe LDAP is running on the DC. The following command works from another Linux hosts in the network:
$ ldapsearch -xLLL -H ldap://mail:389 -D "cn=Administrator,CN=Users,dc=HPRS,dc=local" -W -b "dc=HPRS,dc=local"

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Can someone point me it the right direction?
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systechadminConsultantCommented:
You said you have Linux DC? can you please confirm the domain controller are windows based or Linux based?
MarkAuthor Commented:
The Active Directory/Domain Controller is Linux running Samba 4. For Windows domain clients, this works just fine, just like SBS. Now I'm trying to do the same for Linux workstation clients.
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