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Old 16th December 2005, 19:42
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Default Multi Samba Server on same machine

Do you guys know of an howto's for setting up multiple samba servers on the same machine.

For the operating system I am thinking of using Redhat with SELinux.

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Why multi samba on the same machine?

If its for security, you might consider running XEN with several LInux + Samba instances.
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Yes you are correct this is for a security set up. Hum...I will check out XEN i was thinking of maybe having to use VMWare.

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You might want to check out this Xen tutorial: http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect_xe..._debian_ubuntu
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Yes you are correct this is for a security set up. Hum...I will check out XEN i was thinking of maybe having to use VMWare.
If you want to run linux on linux or linux <==> Freebsd the XEN will be a good solution. As far as i know it is faster then vmware because it has no emulation layer.
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Do you guys know if xen will work properly with SELinux? Only catch is the system is required to have SELinux. <- not my idea

Thanks again for your help. Also, would you like me to write up a small how to as I go?
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Do you guys know if xen will work properly with SELinux? Only catch is the system is required to have SELinux. <- not my idea
I have tested Xen only on Debian Sarge without SELinux, so I can't tell...

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Also, would you like me to write up a small how to as I go?
Would be great!
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