After upgrading from alpha18 to beta2 ports 139 and 445 are no longer bound
denis.cardon at tranquil-it-systems.fr
Tue Jul 10 16:47:02 MDT 2012
> Am 10.07.2012 18:07, schrieb Thomas Hood:
>> We are currently running 4.0.0~alpha18.dfsg1-4ubuntu2 (on Ubuntu
>> 12.04) as an AD domain controller for a small LAN. When I upgrade to
>> 4.0.0~beta2+dfsg1-1 ports 139 and 445 are no longer bound and Windows
>> clients can no longer join the domain, among other problems.
if it is the same package as on debian wheezy
(samba4_4.0.0~beta2+dfsg1-1_i386.deb), then the package is probably
missing the smbd/nmbd binaries. On a fresh install, "dpkg -L samba4 |
grep smbd" returns nothing.
Last week I had to "make install" from the deb source package to get the
corresponding binaries, and then everything was fine. It looks like a
>> E.g., before the upgrade nmap output includes the lines
>> 139/tcp open netbios-ssn
>> 445/tcp open microsoft-ds
>> but afterwards does not. I have tried to figure out what could have
>> caused this change but have run into the problem of lack of
>> documentation of Samba4. Any ideas?
> Hello Thomas,
> I suspect this is caused by the changes in current Beta, it now uses
> s3fs instead of ntvfs as default.
> add the following to your smb.conf:
> server services = +smb -s3fs
> dcerpc endpoint servers = +winreg +srvsvc
> this shound enable the old behavior.
> best regards
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