SAMBA 2.0.6 vs HP's ASU/9000 LanMan (battle rages on)
ulairi at ecs.csun.edu
Mon Feb 21 21:20:05 GMT 2000
Found the solution to my 2.0.6 dying on me on SGI - SYSV_IPC needed to be #undef'ed in source/include/includes.h in favor of MMAP, seems to have fixed it.
If I run the daemon in server mode, no prob.
If I switch to domain mode (and use smbpasswd to join into the domain, per the instructions), I get the error indicating that the username/password pair was incorrect, as if I typed in a wrong password. If I change the smb.conf's line back to "server", same password works.
If anyone's interested, let me know, and I'll bounce you a -d 10 logs from both the smbd and the smbdclient (With stripping of the dates as was requested :) )
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