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How to buy SAMBA+


Buy and manage software subscriptions

SAMBA+ is available as software subscription and can be procured at the SAMBA+ shop for a period of one year - and optional also for two or three years with some discount. The terms & conditions for SAMBA+ are part of the subscription contract and acknowledged by the customer upon checkout.

                                            https://shop.samba.plus

The terms & conditions for SAMBA+ are part of the subscription contract and acknowledged by the customer upon checkout.

OPOSSO – the open source subscription management

SAMBA+ subscriptions bought at shop.samba.plus are managed with OPOSSO at https://oposso.samba.plus. Subscribers activate their subscriptions and manage access credentials. The platform also sends reminder mails before subscription ends.

OPOSSO itself is an open source software and has been released on GitHub to the public under GPL. More information are available on oposso.org.

SAMBA+ Shop

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

Visit shop.samba.plus

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Latest News

2017-02-06

SAMBA+ 4.5.5 Available for Download

New SAMBA+ 4.5.5 packages have just been released. Packages for various SUSE and Red Hat platforms as well as for Debian GNU/Linux and Ubuntu are available now.

These packages solve a service restart issue, which occurred on some systems after a SAMBA+ package update. Affected systems were SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 and possibly others.

Additionally SAMBA+ 4.5.5 includes the fix for bug 12427, which affects the fruit vfs module.

Further addressed issues are listed in the Samba release history.

2017-01-18

SAMBA+ 4.5.4 Available for Download

New SAMBA+ 4.5.4 packages have just been released. Packages for various SUSE and Red Hat platforms as well as for Debian GNU/Linux and Ubuntu are available now. Have a look at the release notes for more information.