tavis at mahler.econ.columbia.edu
Sun May 3 21:15:33 GMT 1998
I've been confused in reading the archives about what's supported in
different releases/branches and I'm wondering if somebody can help.
(1) There was a message a short while back that the BRANCH_NTDOM code has
been integrated into the main branch. I have 1.9.18.p4 running, but this
version does not recognize the "domain sid" parameter, and NT
workstations cannot find it as a domain controller, so I assume the
support is not included in this version. Is there a pre-alpha of the
main branch code that has this support built in, or will I still have to
download the BRANCH_NTDOM code?
(2) I extracted the NTDOM code using cvs and the instructions in the file
CVS_ACCESS.txt in the docs section of the 1.9.18p4 release (by the way,
these are different from the instructions in the faq at
and the former seem to be the correct instructions; the latter seem to
describe how to update the main branch code).
I found that it wouldn't compile; when it was linking smbd, I got an
error that the symbol _getsmbpass wasn't defined:
collect2: ld returned 2 exit status
ld: Undefined symbol
*** Error code 1
make: Fatal error: Command failed for target `smbd'
[by the way, I'm running a Sparc with SunOS414]
I then added getsmbpass.o to the libraries in my Makefile, as described
in a previous post, and it got past that hurdle. But then it stopped
(next line) because the symbol _strtoul wasn't defined. I couldn't find
any files in the source code with an even vaguely similar name, so I have
no idea what changes I need to the Makefile.
Does anyone know how I can correct it? Why are these problems ocurring?
Is the code for the NTDOM branch older and therefore previous to some bug
fix? I'd greatly appreciate any help.
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