RB> > Does anyone know if it's possible to have a Linux (or any Unix for that
RB> > matter) server be used for user authentication when users log in? It
RB> > would seem like a waste to have my NT server being used for this and
RB> > only this.
RB> When they log into what? Unix has password verification
RB> when users log
RB> into it. You can attach a modem and verify users through
I presume from the NT reference that he meant logging in on a '95 PC. Easy.
Just install samba on the Linux (or most other Unix) box and configure it as
a domain master as in the DOMAIN.txt. Configure the PC to run LanMan over
TCP/IP and to do a network login to an NT domain instead of a local Windows