SAMBA digest 2437
Kim J. Brand
kim at simple-mail.com
Sun Mar 5 14:05:53 GMT 2000
>I am having a little problem with executing logon scripts on Win95
>logging into Samba Netlogon service.
>When a user logges in, a MS-DOS prompt shows up and quicky disappears.
>I have done the logon script in MS-DOS editor. I have the identical copy
>the batch file on the Win95 machine. If, I run the logon.bat script in
>ms-dos prompt manually, it all executes
>My [netlogon] share looks like:
>comment = Samba Network Logon Service
>path = /usr/local/samba/netlogon
>browseable = no
>guest ok = no
>writeable = no
>In [global] I have:
>domain logons = yes
>logon script = LOGON.BAT
>therefor, the complete path of the LOGON.BAT is:
>The permission is:
>-rwxr-xr-x 1 root wheel 340 Feb 1 17:16
i've gotten them to work. by big problem was the difference between
cr-lf and lf. in the ee editor, the one i have working has ^M after
each line. to debug it i put 'pause' statements at the start and after
each line. what i discovered when it wasn't working is that the lines
were not ending normally and the command interpreter was seeing long
lines without terminations that it recognized.
hopes this helps.
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