smbd - could'nt set effective gid to 100 msg
jake at forecats.com
Thu Aug 17 05:52:31 GMT 2000
Thanks all for the help. I guess being lazy doesn't pay sometimes. I figured
that if slackware was distributing a binary, that it actually might work. I
downloaded and installed 2.0.7, and it solved my problems.
PS, The version of Slackware that I am running comes with 2.0.3...
Ron Alexander wrote:
> Do you have 'encrypted passwords=yes' in your smb.conf file?
> There are several things that will raise that error.
> Did you load pre-compiled binaries or did you build samba yourself?
> If you built it yourself, what is the platform?
> Basically, if the parent process is running from init it should be root and
> able to set any gid. There are some platforms that need special compile time
> defs however.
> I just looked at the source code and can't find the error. What version are
> you running?
> How do you start the smb daemon?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: samba-technical-admin at samba.org
> [mailto:samba-technical-admin at samba.org]On Behalf Of Steve Jacobson
> Sent: August 16, 2000 9:46 AM
> To: samba-technical at samba.org
> Subject: Re: smbd - could'nt set effective gid to 100 msg
> I was hoping that someone could take a look at this error and point me in
> the right direction. Is there a better list / source for this? I couldn't
> find anything more appropriate and functional on samba.org.
> -steve j
> Steve Jacobson wrote:
> > Anyone know what this error in the samba log means? My client machines
> > are getting "bad password" responses, but the log states that the
> > uid/pwd has been validated before generating this message:
> > [2000/08/13 16:43:56, 0] smbd/uid.c:become_gid(105)
> > Couldn't set effective gid to 100 currently set to (real=0,eff=0)
> > Thanks!
> > -steve j
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