Firstly I apologise if this is the wrong list to ask this question,
I have some linux knowledge but have run out of my depth on this, hopefully
there is a simple answer that someone will share with me.
We have just "upgraded" our main school domain controllers to windows 2003
sp1 (from NT4), I have then upgraded the suse 9.1 boxes to Samba 3.0.14a
and Kerberos 0.6, this following the guidance in the samba how-to enables
me to use the machines as member servers, allowing single sign on for mail
However, our intranet, which is based around apache 1.3 and Mod_auth runs
on a suse 8.2 box, although samba 3.0.14a has been rpmed for this Kerberos
0.6 has not, 0.6 is the minimum version for joining a windows 2003 domain.
The question is, what can I do now, even if I download the source and
compile it, is it likely to work? Ideally I could do with a RPM but 0.4 is
the latest available for suse 8.2 that I could find.
Could anyone help me out.
Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School