CVS update: samba/source/rpc_pipes
lkcl at samba.anu.edu.au
Tue Nov 25 06:23:03 EST 1997
Date: Tuesday November 25, 1997 @ 6:23
Update of /data/cvs/samba/source/rpc_pipes
In directory samba:/tmp/cvs-serv18935/rpc_pipes
ntclientlogin.c ntclientnet.c ntclienttrust.c pipeutil.c
updated smbclient to no longer need / use clientutil.c. this involved moving
lots of code from client.c and clitar.c into clientgen.c. the higher order
function calls (do_dir, do_action) i moved into clientgen.c, as well, because
you can use them to do recursive actions on directories, and unfortunately
the directory parsing code is quite embedded into these functions.
i gave cli_put and cli_get some higher order functions, too. this is so that
they can be used by clitar.c's do_atar() function. the code in clitar.c:do_atar()
appeared to be a cut-and-paste job from client.c:do_get(). do_get() was being
kept up to date: do_atar() was not...
on the smbd side, i've split reply_session_setup() down into sub-functions.
it wasn't obvious how and why guest access was being allowed / created, and
how the username could sometimes be modified, and ultimately by which function(s).
Get_Pwnam() i _think_ is the final link, so i added an extra parameter
(BOOL *changed_to_guest) which you can use to detect whether the username has
been modified (by map_username()) to the guest account or not...
the NIS auto-map support isn't quite operational. there's been a couple of
requests for this. i don't fully understand it, but i'm getting there.
created a get_home_dir_and_server() function which uses get_home_dir() and
local_machine if NIS auto-map support isn't used.
i messed up the BITS_SET macro: it's now called IS_BITS_SET, and works properly.
ntclient code. trying to get the server password set working.
chgpasswd.c loadparm.c password.c server.c util.c rpc_pipes/pipeutil.c :
Get_Pwnam takes an extra argument, which knocks on through to several
client.c clientgen.c clitar.c :
no more global variables. created tar_info and client_info structures.
use in client.c and clitar.c of higher order functions in cli_put, cli_get
and do_dir, all of which are now in clientgen.c
created cli_NetShareEnum, which again uses higher order functions just
bzero the (static) cli_state structure, just in case there are broken
c compilers (e.g the sunos 4.1.3 non-ansi-c compliant one) which don't
initialise static structures with zeros
split reply_session_setup() into separate functions, so that it's easy
to read and understand exactly what's going on.
bug in writing out acct_ctrl in smb_modpwd function.
using undoc_buffer2 not undoc_buffer in smb_io_clnt_srv. oops.
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