SAMBA+ LTS subscription keys can be purchased at https://shop.samba.plus. Please add your subscription key first at https://oposso.samba.plus/subscription.php and set either one global password or one password per subscription. Thereafter you can use your key and password to log in to the SerNet download server and download files from the protected areas.
The following form of URLs can be used to automatically retrieve packages from our repositories with package managers such as apt, yum or zypper. Direct download links to the packages are also available. The packages are signed with SerNet's gpg build key. See below for details.
The repository files can be copied to the following locations depending on the installer used:
|installer||path for repo-file|
Note that the repository files are templates: In the URLs inside the repository files, you need to replace SUBSCRIPTION:PASSWORD with your corresponding subscription key and password. Newer apt versions recommend to use the /etc/apt/auth.conf file to store the login information instead of the sources.list. For the SAMBA+ LTS repository the following line would be needed: “machine download.sernet.de/subscriptions/samba-lts/ login SUBSCRIPTION password PASSWORD”.
The SerNet build key
The packages are signed with SerNet's gpg build key to guarantee authenticity.
Install Debian key package:
dpkg -i sernet-samba-keyring_latest_all.deb
Install RPM key package:
rpm -i sernet-build-key-latest.noarch.rpm
After importing the key, please make sure that 'apt-key finger' or 'gpg --quiet --with-fingerprint /usr/lib/rpm/gnupg/sernet-build-key.gpg' shows the following fingerprint:
7975 0C31 87AF 92DD AC46 086F D992 1B1C F442 8B1A
Please refer to the SAMBA+ FAQ at https://samba.plus/faq/.
The software offered for download by this service is Open Source and Free Software licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL) version 3 or higher. It is provided as is, without any warranty under the conditions of the GPL. For details see the homepages of the GNU General Public License and the Free Software Foundation.