Let’s try it
On December 11, 2012, Samba 4 was released, bringing few very interesting features, Active Directory Compatible Server being one of them. What that means is that you can set up Active Directory, supporting Group Policies, Roaming Profiles, replication and other ADDS features without having to use Windows Server.
Finally finding some extra time, I decided to give it a try on my Raspberry Pi which was just lying unused. “The reason to have a domain controller at home, on Raspberry Pi?” you ask? Well, mainly it is “just because I can”.
If you would like to try this as well, here goes a little guide I came up to make the things easier for you.
Installing Archlinux ARM on Raspberry Pi
Installing Archlinux ARM does not really differs from installation of any other Linux distribution on Raspberry Pi, so if you done this before, you can skip this part of the guide. If you did not, here is how to do that: