Samba 2.0.7 on RedHat 7.0

Andrew Bartlett abartlet at
Sat Mar 10 03:40:35 GMT 2001

> "PASLEY,KURT (Non-HP-Boise,ex1)" wrote:
> Hello,
>     I am running Samba 2.0.7 on RedHat 7.0. When printing or even
> connecting to a windows box  of any type I get an SSL Error message
> returned to the Linux box. The samba uses the default connection and
> connects. How do I get samba to connect with defaults and not use the
> SSL type connection.
>  "smbclient -L <host>" I get this error.
>  "SSL:Error errot setting CA cert locations: error :00000000::lib(0)
> :func(0):reason(0)
>  trying default locations.
>  added interface ip=<local IP> bcast=IP nmask=maskIP
> Kurt Pasley
> Lead Technician - I/O Testing
> Phone 396-3353

Its just a bug with RedHat 7.0, and is 'mostly harmless'.   Basicly they
included SSL support in a bit of a rush before the 7.0 release.  Updated
packages are available in Rawhide if it bothers you that much.  As far
as I know its not actualy attempting to connect with SSL, but just
attempting to locate the certificates.

(If you don't know what RawHide is then ignore it, its RedHats beta
Andrew Bartlett
abartlet at

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