While I'm past the installation-related blockers, I have a new
In an attempt to make Samba4's test environment as reproducible as
possible, and to avoid issues with root privilages as low ports, Samba4
operates a virtual network known as 'socket_wrapper'.
This wrapper is a #define macro based system, which overloads all socket
calls, and redirects them to a series of unix domain sockets.
The challenge I have is that our testsuite relies on this, but Fedora DS
does not support it. As such, attempts to connect to localhost:3389
(for example) are redirected to a local unix domain socket, where of
course Fedora DS is not listening.
For OpenLDAP, we work around this by using ldapi://, which is unmolested
Has there been any progress on
I would rather not waste time constructing proxies in/out of
socket_wrapper if I don't need to.
Andrew Bartlett http://samba.org/~abartlet/
Authentication Developer, Samba Team http://samba.org
Samba Developer, Red Hat Inc. http://redhat.com