As per my other related post, I am trying to configure Samba as an Active Directory Domain Controller on Slackware. One snag I have hit is that it appears to be impossible to get Samba to do dynamic dns updates against Bind - as Samba uses nsupdate with something called GSS-TSIG. And nsupdate complains:
nsupdate: cannot specify -g or -o, program not linked with GSS API Library
This is pretty important, as, when configured with the BIND9_DLZ dns back-end, both Samba and ISC Dhcpd need GSS-TSIG to do secure dns updates.
I suppose another option would be to use the Samba internal dns back-end - but that doesn't support ddns updates from Dhcpd - which means that all non-Windows devices on the network (printers, Linux pc's etc.) would be completely unable to register themselves through dns - which would break a lot of things.
Would it be possible to re-compile nsupdate with gssapi support somehow? Is there any chance that this could become part of Slackware? Is there an alternative to the above?