I've been collecting loads of informations throughout the last weeks to turn my BananaPro into a Active Directory Domain Controller to replace a WIN2k8 Domain Controller.
But unfortunately none of the bit and pieces of information turned out to be a full 'HOWTO'. But that's what I somehow need because, to be honest I can work of a howto in Linux and understand parts of it at the end, but that's all in Linux...
What I expect to realize at hte end of the day (might to turn into weeks):
BananaPro /w Bananian running Samba4 and to be administrated via RSAT. Home diirectories stored on a NAS (Synology), Profiles stored on the SSD HDD connected to the B-Pi.
I managed (thank internet) to have the OS on the SSD. Beside the SSH/Putty access I have a RD access as well (XFCE/GUI). Graphical support is to be disactivated/stopped after finalizing the setup. Sometimes it helps to have the GUI.
When trying to install (apt-get) Samba, I fail because 'apt-get samba samba-common-bin' only calls Samba 3.6 (3.36???).
How to convince apt-get / Bananian to install Samba4.
Anyone who really has a answer to this and willed to take some minutes to explain?
4those who might worry about the performance: It's just a comfort thing to have groups and users manged this way. Data access to most files is directly Win-client2NAS and there are only a handfull of clients and users. So I'm not worried about the performance.