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Construindo um PDC com SAMBA (Linux) Debian

1a ETAPA – NO SERVIDOR LINUXInstalando o Sambaapt-get install samba-common
apt-get install samba
apt-get install samba-doc
apt-get install smbclient
apt-get install smbfs
Modificando o arquivo de configuração do sambavi /etc/samba/smb.conf[global]
workgroup = SUAEMPRESA
netbios name = SERVIDOR
server string = PDC
interfaces = lo eth0
name resolve order = lmhosts, host, wins, bcast
encrypt passwords = yes
os level = 33
preferred master = auto
domain master = yes
local master = yes
security = user
domain logons = yes
logon script = %U.bat
max log size = 50000
logon path = \\%L\profiles\%U[Home]
#comment = Pasta de Dados do Usuário
path = /arquivos/Publico
browseable = yes
writable = yes
create mask = 777
directory mask = 777
available = yes
valid users = artur luis[netlogon]
path = /var/lib/samba/netlogon
read only = yes
browseable = no[profiles]
path = /var/lib/samba/profiles
read only = no
create mask = 0600
directory mask = 0700
browseable = no[Temp]
comment = Pasta Temporária
path = /home/Publico/Temp
browseable = yes

BackTrack 3 Final Install (Automatic !) + Dual Boot

a / Download
b/ Burn to CD, tutorial
c/ Reboot the computer to the Live CD
d/ Begin Step I, II & III :In this example, we will be working on such a HDD :Windows a_ : 40go ; system type : HPFS/NTFS ; partition : dev/hda1
Free Space : 120go ;
We are going to use the 120go free space in order to create a 20go partition. We will install BT3F on this new 20go partition.BackTrack 3 Final Screenshot :I - Partition and Format
a/ CFDISKInvoke cfdisk in order to create your 20 go partition :# cfdiskLearn about how to use this program here :, your hard disk might be so :Windows__ : 40go_ ; File System : HPFS/NTFS ; partition : dev/hda1
BackTrack _: 20go _; File System : ext2 ___(__;partition : dev/hda5
Free Space : 100go ;After having partitioned your HDD with cfdisk, you might need to reboot your computer to have read/write access over your new partition (here, dev/hda5) ! Indeed, without any reboot, …