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Old 09-15-2008, 12:23 PM
"Neil Wilson"
 
Default using a Live CD to transparently migrate Microsoft file and print sharing ( TurnKey Linux: new project builds Ubuntu based Live CD appliances)

2008/9/15 Liraz Siri <liraz@turnkeylinux.org>:
> We have quite a bit on our plate right now as it is (with work and
> TurnKey), but if a community effort could get to the point where they
> can accomplish the transparent migration in a VM, and they publish the
> details, we will be delighted to do the extra work of turning that into
> a TurnKey Live CD appliance.


Any particular reason you don't want to publish the process to create
TurnKey CDs? It seems to me that that would be the best way to get
community involvement.



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Old 09-16-2008, 04:25 AM
Scott Kitterman
 
Default using a Live CD to transparently migrate Microsoft file and print sharing ( TurnKey Linux: new project builds Ubuntu based Live CD appliances)

On Monday 15 September 2008 23:57, Karl Goetz wrote:
> On Mon, 2008-09-15 at 14:56 +0300, Liraz Siri wrote:
> > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
> > Hash: SHA1
> >
> > Onno Benschop wrote:
> > | Wow,
> > |
> > | Everything old is new again. Here is a link to an article[1] I wrote in
> > | November 2003 which describes some of what you describe and combines
> > | nicely with TurnKey
> > |
> > | * http://itmaze.com.au/articles/cio/
> >
> > Wow indeed, I think using Live CDs to transparently migrate Microsoft
> > File and Print sharing servers off to Linux/Samba is a terrific idea.
> >
> > Implementing this would require a bit of R&D work though. For example,
> > how do you read all of the configuration settings from the Microsoft
> > server and migrate them to Samba? I imagine you would need some software
> > for that. Could this be made compatible enough with the old Microsoft
> > server so that IT staff wouldn't have to run around reconfiguring
> > anything or diagnosing various things that have suddenly broken?
>
> Doesnt samba4 ship with a vampire ?
> kk

We currently have an Alpha release of Samba4 in Intrepid, so I wouldn't assume
anything about it's level of functionality at this point.

Scott K

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