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> On Thu, 2006-05-11 at 15:49 -0700, Gerald (Jerry) Carter wrote:
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>> Andrew Bartlett wrote:
>>> When we were looking to publish the original 3.0, I
>>> lobbied to keep --with-ldapsam as meaning 'do much
>>> as what Samba 2.2 did', because we> had a lot of
>>> documentation that told users to do this. I also wanted it
>>> to be easier to upgrade.
>>> I'm far from certain it remains a good idea. 2.2 is
>>> long past, and it just confuses users now.
>> I think it was the right choice then. But as the
>> comments have shown, most people don't understand
>> what the option does any more.
> I wonder if it works correctly today after all the
> changes been made to the passdb layer.
- --with-ldapsam only enable the 'ldap server' and
'ldap port' options in smb.conf. The ldapsam_compat
implementation internally is completely different.
I think I'm convinced now that the configure option
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