January 18, 2006
TechBookReport on 'Samba-3 By Example'
TBR writes "While it's relatively straightforward to network a couple of Windows and Linux/Unix machines using Samba, things can get tricky very quickly as your needs scale up. A simple bit of file sharing is one thing, but once you throw in LDAP, Active Directory, roaming profiles and the like things can get very tricky. While Samba can handle complex enterprise networks, getting it right is no mean feat. Sure, there's the official HOW-TO and lots of documentation, there's nothing like having a few concrete examples to look at. Which is where this book comes in …"