[Samba] Samba help for domain user setup (samba 3.x)
susesambaboy at yahoo.com
Mon Feb 18 07:44:12 GMT 2002
I agree that Winbindd appears to be working fine.
What happens when you browse to the share and try to open it? Does it ask
you for a username and password or just say access is denied.
What are the permissions on /var/switch/INTEC_DB/UNEP set to? For the
purpose of this test I would chmod 777 /var/switch/INETC_DB/UNEP. You can
always change this later after we get it working.
I need to see the part of the log.winbindd where you are trying to connect.
Stop winbindd, then delete the log, start it again, try to connect then send
me a copy of the log.
On Monday 18 February 2002 09:24, you wrote:
> Well, just for the record, you aren't so bad after all. Anyway, just like
> when you go to the doctor, you give symptoms and look for a diagnosis. Not
> being a doctor myself of samba, I am not sure what is the right information
> you need. I ran winbindd with -d3 and I have attached log.winbindd and
> log.bti-c2433 (workstation trying to connect). The winbindd log has the
> wbinfo -t got good secret
> wbinfo -u | grep -i davidsha gets: INS+DavidSha
> wbinfo -g | grep -i "domain users": INS+Domain Users
> Note: I did ask about handle_source_env and how to fix that error, but go
> no responses.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Josh Konkol [mailto:susesambaboy at yahoo.com]
> Sent: Monday, February 18, 2002 10:31 AM
> To: David Edward Shapiro
> Cc: samba at lists.samba.org
> Subject: Re: [Samba] Samba help for domain user setup (samba 3.x)
> OK, Is your winbindd daemon running ? To check this run:
> ps -ae | grep winbindd
> It should return your PID for winbindd. If it doesn't then you need to
> winbindd using:
> /usr/local/samba/bin/winbindd -d3
> I use -d3 becuase it gives you SOME info on what winbind is doing, but not
> too much. Plus, this will force winbindd to create the log:
> The purpose of winbind is to allow you to use your NT Domain users, you do
> NOT have to create any local users or groups, these will be looked up in
> NT Domain.
> What is the result of:
> wbinfo -t
> It should return the secret is good.
> A copy of your smb.conf might be helpful to see what your settings are.
> Just for the record, I don't consider myself to be ANY type of Samba guru.
> Just like 90% of the people on this list what I know now is from reading,
> trial and error. I suspect the reason you didn't get any responses until
> mine is because you didn't provide enough information about your problem.
> Seemingly snobby yet trying to be helpful,
> On Monday 18 February 2002 07:58, David Edward Shapiro wrote:
> > Thanks for the unfriendly response. Appreciate it. It must be difficult
> > responding to the lowly masses who ask stupid and petty questions and
> > fail to read all information pertaining to samba before daring to
> > approach the likes of you. Someday we can join you in your grand samba
> > tower of might...
> > ... Anyway, I did read docs and search the list, but being new to samba,
> > was not clear what area of the vast amount of data to read--in that, is
> > it a winbind issue, a syntax issue (i.e., quotes in the wrong place), a
> > library missing issue, etc. The problem is that I could not get it to
> > on my system by changing prfmstrt2 to my domain (INS). My wbinfo -u/-g
> > returns user and group information I tried getent passwd, and that
> > displays just the users in /etc/passwd. I suspect winbindd is not
> > working correctly yet because I suspect I am supposed to see domain user
> > information with the getent passwd command.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Josh Konkol [mailto:susesambaboy at yahoo.com]
> > Sent: Monday, February 18, 2002 9:29 AM
> > To: David Edward Shapiro
> > Subject: Re: [Samba] Samba help for domain user setup (samba 3.x)
> > Have you read any of the documentation ??
> > In this case PRMFSTR2 is the Domain Name. It's just an example. The
> > example
> > is pretty straight forward. For users you want to have Read Only access
> > you
> > put them in the read list, for users you want to have Read/Write you put
> > them in the write list. I don't know what your question is.
> > Josh
> > On Friday 15 February 2002 14:27, you wrote:
> > > How do I interpret what this mean?
> > >
> > > @"prfmstrt2+Domain Users"
> > >
> > > What is prfmstrt2? Is that a group created in /etc/group? I take it
> > +
> > > is a winbind seperator. What is the manner of assigning domain users
> > > to have access to a share? Do I still need to create the domain user
> > > name in /etc/passwd, assign it to a group in /etc/group? Do I need to
> > > use smbgroupedit to make the domain group? This is all very confusing.
> > > I would think the goal would be to set up a share, like share1 below,
> > > and then put something like valid users = "DOMAIN+Domain Users" without
> > > adding users to /etc/passwd or adding stuff to /etc/group using
> > > Is
> > that
> > > not how you do it?
> > >
> > >
> > > [share1]
> > > comment = "what ever"
> > > path = /mnt/share1
> > > create mask = 0777
> > > browseable = yes
> > > read list = @"prfmstr2+Domain Users"
> > > valid users = @"prfmstr2+Domain Users"
> > >
> > > Any hint on why all my questions previously have gone unanswered would
> > > helpful too. Am I sending to the wrong group or something?
> > >
> > > David
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