Samba

Welcome to SAMBA+


Samba for Enterprise Linux and more

SAMBA+ are Samba packages for a variety of Linux distributions provided by SerNet and offered at shop.samba.plus. The subscriptions are managed via OPOSSO at https://oposso.samba.plus.

 

SAMBA+ is built from one source package for all platforms, always up-to-date, including most recent clustering and authentication methods (GPFS, Active Directory) and is produced with respect to stability and performance (see all the SAMBA+ advantages).

 

SAMBA+ users come from all industries, public and private institutions and ask for support and consulting services in addition to the software itself. SAMBA+ is also a good choice for appliance vendors and cloud service providers. Do not hesitate to contact us for more information!

 

Supported distributions

 

SerNet offers its latest SAMBA+ packages for this Linux distributions:

  • RHEL
  • CentOS
  • SLES
  • openSUSE
  • Debian
  • Ubuntu

The EnterpriseSAMBA legacy

 

From 2003 to 2015 SerNet provided Samba packages named as EnterpriseSAMBA (up to Samba 4.2). Those packages can easily be upgraded to SAMBA+ directly. Of course we recommend to use "testparm" to get aware of changed configuration options.

 

SAMBA+ Shop

SAMBA+ subscriptions are available for one, two and three years at the SAMBA+ shop.

Visit shop.samba.plus

SerNet support

At SerNet you get the best Samba support out there. We offer support, consulting, training and coding around Samba. Worldwide. 24/7.

Ask us!

Latest News

2017-08-09

SAMBA+ 4.6.7 packages available

SAMBA+ 4.6.7 has just been released.

Please see the release notes for details.

2017-07-12

SAMBA+ Security Releases: 4.6.6, 4.5.12 and 4.4.15 packages available

SAMBA+ 4.6.6, 4.5.12 and 4.4.15 have just been released. These are important security releases, which address CVE-2017-11103: Orpheus' Lyre mutual authentication validation bypass

Updates for the new SAMBA+ 4.7 preview packages will follow. Please note that SAMBA+ preview packages are intended for test purposes only.

Have a look at the SAMBA+ News section for more information.