Dual personality samba server
wknox at oeb.harvard.edu
Thu Sep 3 21:02:04 GMT 1998
I have the exact set-up you are describing. What got me was that the _file_
smb.conf.<name> had to be in all lowercase, i.e. smb.conf.ukswi0104. This
should do the trick for you.
Bill Knox (wknox at oeb.harvard.edu)
Harvard University Herbaria
On Fri, 4 Sep 1998 04:24:49 +1000 "Chris Stacey" wrote:
> Dear All,
> I've just installed Samba version 1.9.18p10 on one of our HP-UX boxes.
> The unix box is advertising itself with two WINS names.
> netbios name = ukswi0103
> netbios aliases = ukswi0104
> in smb.conf
> I've been playing with the idea of changing the behaviour of the server
> based on what the client calls it. What I'd like to do is have samba do
> security = user
> if the client thinks it is talking to ukswi0103
> security = server
> password server = ukswi0001
> if the client thinks it is talking to ukswi0104
> Based on the docs I've got a master smb.conf file that does not have any
> 'security' or 'password server' values defined, but does have
> include = /export/apps/samba/lib/smb.conf.%L
> Then I have files 'smb.conf.UKSWI0103' and 'smb.conf.UKSWI0104' that contain
> the lines above as appropriate.
> Unfortunately this doesn't work. The case of the machine name in the
> smb.conf.* files doesn't make any difference. And here's what I get from
> Load smb config files from /export/apps/samba/lib/smb.conf
> Can't find include file /export/apps/samba/lib/smb.conf.
> Processing section "[homes]"
> Loaded services file OK.
> # Global parameters
> debuglevel = 2
> syslog = 1
> syslog only = No
> protocol = NT1
> security = SHARE
> Its not picking up the include and defaulting to security = share. Not
> really what I wanted.
> If I explicitly include either file, eg. the NT auth version with
> include = /export/apps/samba/lib/smb.conf.UKSWI0104
> everything works fine.
> Based on my reading of the docs this should work. I'd be very grateful if
> someone could tell me what I've got wrong. Anyone got any ideas?
> Oh, yes I have an smbusers file translating from NT user names (both domain
> qualified and not) working fine when it uses 'security = server'
> Chris Stacey
> Unix Systems Administrator, Motorola ECID
> Tel: +44 (0)1793 565142 Fax: +44 (0)1793 565419
> mailto: cstacey1 at email.mot.com
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