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Hello Sir,

I have using 20 Machine loaded in Windows 2000 Professional and 1 Server machine loaded in Windows 2003 Server.

In Windows 2003 Server Active Directory Users and Computers are configured.

So all the clients are entered in Windows 2003 server. All the client datas are stored in Windows 2003 server using login script.


In the Same the thing.
I will install Fedora core 3 OS in Server machine
clients are loaded in fedora core 3 workstation.

How to create domain & attach the workstaion to server.

How to map the user area.

Please reply.

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2 questions:

1. Are you asking how to joing a Windows AD domain with a Linux client, or how to acieve the same functionality of a DC with a Linux system? These are 2 separate things.

2. Why are you installing Fedora Core 3? FC5 is out and if you're talking about a server, you should probably be using CentOS anyway.
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Hello Sir

Thanks for your response.

I want attach the linux workstation to linux server.

How?

Please reply

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If you want a true Linux network, you'd use NIS and NFS. NIS is to store your user information and NFS is to map the drives to the other machines.
http://tldp.org/HOWTO/NIS-HOWTO/index.html
http://tldp.org/HOWTO/NFS-HOWTO/index.html

You may also want to check out the Fedora Directory Project

Still, you shouldn't be using FC3 for this as it's very outdated.

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