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Looking for a guide to join a Linux Samba PDC

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I have set up a openSUSE 11.2 server as a PDC with samba+wins+LDAP, NOW I am looking for a guide to join a MAC OS X 10.5 and MAC 10.6 to that Linux domain controller, so that MAC OS X user autenticate via Domain controller, share files and access shares in the openSUSE 11.2 server.

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