[Fwd: Authentication in Ubuntu] <- support request
hbos at osso.nl
Fri Feb 10 12:14:52 UTC 2006
Jane was just forwarding to the list. ;)
BTW I think for the particular problem he is facing you would need
someone with (some) admin experience, normal linux desktop users or who
have a small home server don't have much experience regarding central
authentication and such.
Ofcourse you might find those at a LUG as well. :)
> Hello Jane,
> My first suggestion would be to take a quick survey and try to find if you have any LUG (Linux User Group) in your area. Its also possible you have someone with Linux knowledge somewhere in town you dont know about. There are more people than one think that handles Linux very good. Many of those are not in admin positions but very glad to have the chance to tinker with Linux and make a contribution.
> Its much easier to help IRL than to do it over mail.
> Best of Luck!
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Jane Weideman <janew at hbd.com>
> To: Edubuntu Mailing List <edubuntu-devel at lists.ubuntu.com>
> Sent: den 10 februari 2006 kl 8:51 GMT+0100
> Subject: [Fwd: Authentication in Ubuntu] <- support request
> Can someone help please?
> -------- Forwarded Message --------
> From: John Atchison <j_atchison at tiscali.co.uk>
> To: janew at ubuntu.com
> Subject: Authentication in Ubuntu
> Date: Wed, 8 Feb 2006 19:31:21 -0000
> Hi Jane,
> I hope you do not mind me contacting you but I was looking at the wiki and
> found the article on Authentication. I have tried on several occasions,
> unsuccessfully, to authenticate Ubuntu to our Domain. I am not a Linux
> expert and therefore should be considered a beginner. I work as an IT
> technician in a High School and am trying to integrate Ubuntu into our
> system. Our domain controller is a Mac running OSX 10.3. We mainly use PC's
> in the school and it is the choice of our network administrators to use Mac
> servers. Is it possible to or will it be in Dapper to get this working? All
> our pupils and staff authenticate to, and have their Home folder on this
> server. This has to work without too much configuration if Linux and
> Ubuntu/Edubuntu (as my preferred distros) are to be used in our school.
> If you can help/advise it would be very much appreciated, as I am anxious to
> use Linux in a real world setting.
> John Atchison
> j.atchison at tiscali.co.uk
> john.atchison at chrystonhigh.n-lanark.sch.uk
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