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Luke Leighton

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Issue #25, Section #2 (21 Jul 2000: RPC Client Code Merge Started)
Issue #25, Section #4 (21 Jul 2000: Exposing Unix Permissions Directly To SMB)
Issue #25, Section #7 (21 Jul 2000: CLIFFS Updates)
Issue #24, Section #1 (30 Jun 2000: One Client in Multiple Domains?)
Issue #24, Section #2 (30 Jun 2000: RID Generation and TDB Password Files)
Issue #24, Section #10 (30 Jun 2000: Samba in AWK?!?)
Issue #23, Section #3 (18 May 2000: Bug-Tracking Systems?)
Issue #23, Section #6 (18 May 2000: How NT Finds a Domain Controller)
Issue #22, Section #4 (11 May 2000: Elusive NMBD Crash)
Issue #22, Section #5 (11 May 2000: Password Changing From Samba Clients)
Issue #22, Section #6 (11 May 2000: GCC Running Out of Memory?)
Issue #22, Section #7 (11 May 2000: Alpha Releases)
Issue #22, Section #10 (11 May 2000: Who Can Add a Unix User?)
Issue #21, Section #1 (4 May 2000: Debugging and Diversions)
Issue #21, Section #2 (4 May 2000: One Broken Function)
Issue #21, Section #3 (4 May 2000: What Works in Samba-TNG)
Issue #21, Section #5 (4 May 2000: Users, Groups, Nesting, Local, Global, Mumble, Mumble, Mumble)
Issue #20, Section #1 (27 Apr 2000: User Reports Temperamental NT Logins)
Issue #20, Section #2 (27 Apr 2000: Problems Deploying pam_ntdom)
Issue #19, Section #4 (13 Apr 2000: Beta-Tester of the Month)
Issue #19, Section #6 (13 Apr 2000: Samba-TNG Alpha Releases (As Usual))
Issue #19, Section #7 (13 Apr 2000: No ACL Support on Linux)
Issue #18, Section #1 (29 Mar 2000: Duplicate Names Between Users and Groups)
Issue #18, Section #3 (29 Mar 2000: TNG Problems, Old and New)
Issue #18, Section #4 (29 Mar 2000: How [Not] to Join a Domain Securely)
Issue #18, Section #5 (29 Mar 2000: Virtual Machines and Virtual X Servers)
Issue #18, Section #6 (29 Mar 2000: Two More TNG Alpha Releases)
Issue #17, Section #1 (22 Mar 2000: Unix Attributes Shell Extension)
Issue #17, Section #3 (22 Mar 2000: Samba-TNG Alpha Release (1/4))
Issue #17, Section #4 (22 Mar 2000: More Samba-TNG 0.15 Problems)
Issue #17, Section #5 (22 Mar 2000: Samba-TNG Alpha Release (2/4))
Issue #17, Section #8 (22 Mar 2000: Samba-TNG Alpha Release (3/4))
Issue #17, Section #10 (22 Mar 2000: Samba-TNG Alpha Release (4/4))
Issue #16, Section #8 (15 Mar 2000: "Valid Users" Parameter)
Issue #15, Section #2 (8 Mar 2000: Linux Using Domain Authentication)
Issue #15, Section #3 (8 Mar 2000: NT Usernames Not Being Mapped)
Issue #15, Section #6 (8 Mar 2000: TNG `become_root()' Bug)
Issue #15, Section #7 (8 Mar 2000: Duplication of Effort, and More Talk of Branch-Merging)
Issue #14, Section #2 (1 Mar 2000: Windows95 and Beer)
Issue #14, Section #3 (1 Mar 2000: LDAP and the Legendary Feature Freeze)
Issue #14, Section #4 (1 Mar 2000: Auto-Generating RPC Interface Stubs)
Issue #14, Section #5 (1 Mar 2000: Using Long Usernames)
Issue #14, Section #6 (1 Mar 2000: More SAMBA_TNG Debugging)
Issue #13, Section #1 (23 Feb 2000: ACL Implementations Discussed)
Issue #13, Section #2 (23 Feb 2000: Samba MSRPC Implementation Notes)
Issue #13, Section #4 (23 Feb 2000: Windows 2000 Still Buggy?)
Issue #13, Section #5 (23 Feb 2000: TNG Bug Hunt)
Issue #13, Section #6 (23 Feb 2000: Setting Up Trust Accounts Securely)
Issue #13, Section #7 (23 Feb 2000: NT Authenticating to a Unix Server?)
Issue #13, Section #8 (23 Feb 2000: PDC Setup Question)
Issue #12, Section #1 (16 Feb 2000: The Rise and Fall of a Crypto Proposal)
Issue #12, Section #3 (16 Feb 2000: Automatic Line-Ending Conversion?)
Issue #12, Section #5 (16 Feb 2000: Another GPL Violation?)
Issue #12, Section #7 (16 Feb 2000: The Amazing, All-Purpose Thread!)
Issue #12, Section #8 (16 Feb 2000: Browsing Semantics, and BDC Auto-Updating)
Issue #12, Section #10 (16 Feb 2000: Another Simultaneous-Multi-Domain Question)
Issue #11, Section #1 (9 Feb 2000: RPC API Conversion Project in SAMBA_TNG)
Issue #11, Section #2 (9 Feb 2000: SMB Without NetBIOS Sessions)
Issue #11, Section #4 (9 Feb 2000: The Sendmail Trap)
Issue #11, Section #6 (9 Feb 2000: Windows95 PPP Login Trouble)
Issue #11, Section #8 (9 Feb 2000: More on Samba/HA, and Another Brilliant Idea Hits Luke)
Issue #10, Section #1 (2 Feb 2000: Snapshot of Samba-TNG Available)
Issue #10, Section #2 (2 Feb 2000: Wanted: Universal Domain Controller)
Issue #10, Section #3 (2 Feb 2000: Newsflash! TNG Code Not Stable)
Issue #10, Section #6 (2 Feb 2000: Databases Versus Text Files)
Issue #9, Section #1 (26 Jan 2000: Win95 Profiles/Home Directories Madness)
Issue #9, Section #2 (26 Jan 2000: The Truth Table Contest, or Fixing What Ain't Broke)
Issue #9, Section #3 (26 Jan 2000: Samba-TNG: Beware of Core)
Issue #9, Section #5 (26 Jan 2000: Joining a Samba Domain Remotely)
Issue #9, Section #6 (26 Jan 2000: Unix/NT User Mappings and Home Directories)
Issue #9, Section #7 (26 Jan 2000: Explanation of NT SAM Aliases)
Issue #9, Section #8 (26 Jan 2000: New Shared Libraries)
Issue #9, Section #9 (26 Jan 2000: Misnamed Function?)
Issue #9, Section #10 (26 Jan 2000: LDAP Code To Be Maintained Again!)
Issue #9, Section #11 (26 Jan 2000: Inter-Daemon Interface Change)
Issue #8, Section #2 (19 Jan 2000: Roaming Profiles)
Issue #8, Section #6 (19 Jan 2000: Luke's New Samba Book)
Issue #8, Section #7 (19 Jan 2000: Luke's Development Status Reports)
Issue #8, Section #8 (19 Jan 2000: More Samba/NT-Domain Trouble)
Issue #8, Section #9 (19 Jan 2000: Microsoft Acknowledges Samba Again)
Issue #8, Section #12 (19 Jan 2000: BDC Functionality Getting Closer)
Issue #7, Section #1 (12 Jan 2000: SID to UID/GID Mappings)
Issue #7, Section #5 (12 Jan 2000: CVS Branch Mix & Match Now Possible)
Issue #7, Section #6 (12 Jan 2000: Temporary Memory Allocation)
Issue #7, Section #7 (12 Jan 2000: Samba and LDAP)
Issue #7, Section #8 (12 Jan 2000: Domain Login Options in smb.conf)
Issue #6, Section #1 (5 Jan 2000: SAMBA_TNG CVS Branch Malfunctions)
Issue #6, Section #2 (5 Jan 2000: More on Tridge's New Database Module)
Issue #5, Section #1 (29 Dec 1999: Please Don't Crash the NT Servers)
Issue #5, Section #2 (29 Dec 1999: More Daemon-Splitting, or "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do")
Issue #5, Section #3 (29 Dec 1999: DMB's vs. LMB's)
Issue #5, Section #4 (29 Dec 1999: Security Concerns With Config File Location)
Issue #4, Section #1 (22 Dec 1999: Splitting Up Samba Binaries, 'Interesting Times', and Remote Service Management)
Issue #4, Section #3 (22 Dec 1999: Help With Refuting FUD)
Issue #4, Section #4 (22 Dec 1999: Documenting Samba Code, Why Or Why Not)
Issue #4, Section #5 (22 Dec 1999: Luke's Grandiose Rewriting Plans)
Issue #3, Section #1 (14 Dec 1999: New Plans for NMBD)
Issue #3, Section #3 (14 Dec 1999: Help! Win95 Broke and I Don't Care!)
Issue #3, Section #5 (14 Dec 1999: Splitting Up Samba Daemons, or "Luke Develops Too Fast")
Issue #3, Section #6 (14 Dec 1999: Bug in Auxilliary Utility Code)
Issue #2, Section #1 (7 Dec 1999: Emulation of NT Network Client Tools, And a Little Microsoft-Bashing)
Issue #2, Section #3 (7 Dec 1999: Security Risk With Private DOMAIN.TRUST_ACCT.mac Files)
Issue #2, Section #4 (7 Dec 1999: Samba 2.0.x and Windows 2000)
Issue #1, Section #1 (30 Nov 1999: Richard Sharpe vs. Windows 2000)
Issue #1, Section #3 (30 Nov 1999: More On Windows 2000 Domains)
Issue #1, Section #6 (30 Nov 1999: Work on NT domain trust relationships)
Issue #1, Section #10 (30 Nov 1999: Changing passwords on NT services)

 

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