[Samba] 2.2.5 Unable to authenticate users: no ldap secret
Bradley W. Langhorst
brad at langhorst.com
Sun Jul 28 09:59:27 GMT 2002
it keeps the ldap password in there...
use smbpasswd -w to set the ldap admin password.
On Sun, 2002-07-28 at 21:43, root wrote:
> Samba 2.2.5 re-compiled without choosing ldap support on Turbolinux WS V.8.
> I am not able to authenticate users, either by
> #smbclient //pinguin/public -U root%password
> response:ERRSRV-ERRbadpw (Bad password - name/password pair in Tree Connect
> or Session Setup are invalid)
> or by trying to add a new samba account (system account exists)
> #smbpasswd -a administrator
> ldap_open_connection:connection opened
> fetch_ldap_pw:no ledap secret retrieved!
> ldap_connect_system: Failed to retrieve password for from secret.tdb
> Failed to add entry for user administrator.
> Failed to modify password entry for user administrator.
> The smbpasswd file was created from the system accounts by
> #cat /etc/passwd | mksmbpasswd.sh >/usr/local/samba/private/smbpasswd
> and contains all the relevant entires.
> secret.tdb is an empty file.
> Why does samba look in secret.tdb and establish an ldap connection, when it
> should not ??? Any suggestions ?
> Harm Kirchhoff
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