alert: primary groups must be domain groups
Michael S. Hulet
hulet at ittc.ukans.edu
Fri Dec 11 18:56:13 GMT 1998
Didn't help me but for what it is worth; I took the samba source code I
was using on my DEC Alpha 4.0d machine and re-compiled it on a Linux 5.0
machine. Same smb.conf file and map files. Works fine on the Linux box
except it says my password has expired. I am even an administrator again.
We used gcc 2.8.1 on the Alpha and gcc 22.214.171.124 on the Linux box. Do you
need any entry in domain.map, domainuser.map, and local.map or can
local.map be empty? If you give me specific entries for each of these
files and what the entries should be in my unix group file; I'll try that
in case my map files are messed up.
On Sat, 12 Dec 1998, Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton wrote:
> sorry for the duplication (again).
> just noticed something, and its significance. a users' primary group can
> only be a domain group. it _cannot_ be set to an alias (e.g
> Administrators, Account Operators etc).
> could those people having "recursion" and 100% cpu usage difficulties
> please check that all their users' primary groups are not in a unix group
> that maps, using an entry in "local group map", to an alias?
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