Wkns forget passwds?
lharold at mrc.uidaho.edu
Mon Mar 8 20:04:06 GMT 1999
I just got the same results from 2.0.3. Fortunately it is a test
machine. I deleted the machine entry from the smbpasswd file and
then recreated it with "smbpasswd -a -m CHARA" followed by rebooting
the PC and still had no luck logging in. The logfile (at debug 100)
is at http://www.len.moscow.id.us/log for browsing. The samba machine
is a HP C180 running a current and heavily patched HP-UX 10.20 on it.
CC me directly if you want more info quickly as I keep track of this
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On 08-Mar-99 Greg Dickie wrote:
>I have had a similar problem, check the log files for a signal 11 (grep for
>fault.c). In my case the smbd for that logon was segfaulting quietly and NT
>simply gave this message which IMHO is not really the case.
>Hope this helps,
>On 08-Mar-99 Benjamin Kuit wrote:
>> I have this curious problem with a few workstations.
>> Just like many others, we add a machine entry in our smbpasswd file
>> (samba PDC of course), and then tell the workstation to join the
>> domain. The workstation then says 'Welcome..' and all looks happy.
>> It then reboots, and people from the new domain try and log in but
>> it complains that the computer account for the domain is incorrect.
>> I dont know how to approach this problem.
>> saying it has a bad passwd entry for that domain, and then correctly
>> authenticate the next try.
>> This problem is in the minority, most machines seem to be ok, but
>> its an annoying minority.
>> Should I check things like time differences between machines? bad
>> I dont know how to approach this problem or what to look for. Names
>> and uids are unique.
>> NT names?
>> Not using the most recent cvs release yet, only for the test server,
>> which seems to work ok. Using a cvs release of 3/3/99 or maybe a day
>> Any help much appreciated.
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