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Old 06-17-2010, 10:46 AM   #1
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client/domain advice

Hi All

I am still new to Linux and need some advise.

I have installed a Clearos box (believe this is based on redhat/centos)in our office as this is an easy setup to try and replace a windows box. We can add our windows pc so it as it acts like a domain controller.

I would like to get a couple of Linux machine on the network such as Mint, Debian Lenny or ubuntu. The problem here is I need to find a way of getting these pc to as such login to the domain so they authenticating with the clearos box to login. Is there an easy way of doing this.

Many thanks

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