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	Please note that Windows 9x clients are not true members 
	of a domain for reasons outlined in this article. Therefore 
	the protocol for support Windows 9x style domain logons is 
	completely different from NT4 domain logons and has been 
	officially supported for some time.

Did you read this document?  Let me know what needs to 
be updated and i will take care of it.







Cheers, jerry
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On Sun, 13 May 2001 21:11:28 -0500, Gerald Carter wrote:

>Probably a few weeks. We have identified a few more
>bugs that need to be fixed.

Is there a list anywhere of what is been fixed?
Looking to see if an issue I am having is listed.
Ever since going to 2.2 when I move a file the file date get's
updated.
On 2.0.7 creation dates were maintained upon move.

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----- Original Message -----
From: Gerald Carter <gcarter at valinux.com>
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> On Sun, 13 May 2001 19:28:17 Francisco Reyes wrote:
> > Any ideas when Samba 2.2.1 may be out?
>
>
> Probably a few weeks. We have identified a few more
> bugs that need to be fixed.
>

May be you can release some sort of  2.2.1beta because 2.2.0 has critical
bugs
already fixed? And people will use not so buggy 2.2.1beta :)

Wire connection and Windows reinstallation senior engineer
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The service pack 2 that has just been released for windows 2000 breaks
samba 2.2 compatibility. The roaming profile system ceases to work , and
the user fails to properly log on. 
 
I was just wondering is they're any kind of work around in the works?
 
Thanks 
 
negahbann at home.com 

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> G'day all,
> 
> I have RedHat 6.2 and use SAMBA (2.0.6-9) to allow group printing 
> (works fine), and provide home directories for each NT4 workstation 
> on the network and a single shared directory. I can get the users 
> home directories to open OK (with username and password, despite the 
> security = share parameter), and can get the sharedir directory open 
> (without password!), but not with write access under any 
> circumstances.  
> 
> If I change to security = user, I can access and write to home 
> directories, but still can't write to the sharedir, although, as 
> before, I can open it.
> 
> The smb.conf file (without comments) is reproduced below.
> 
> [global]
> 
>     workgroup = equality
>     server string = Samba Server
>     printcap name = /etc/printcap
>     load printers = yes
>     log file = /var/log/samba/log.%m
>     max log size = 50
>     security = share
>     socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192
>     domain master = yes
>     preferred master = yes
>     dns proxy = no
>     unix password sync = no
>     encrypt passwords = no
>     map to guest = bad user
>     password level = 0
>     null passwords = no
>     os level = 0
>     preferred master = yes
>     domain master = yes
>     wins support = no
>     dead time = 0
>     debug level = 0
> 
> [homes]
>     comment = Home Directories
>     writable = yes
>     browseable = no
> 
> [printers]
>     comment = All Printers
>     path = /var/spool/samba
>     browseable = yes
>     public = yes
>     guest ok = yes
>     writable = no
>     printable = yes
> 
> [sharedir]
>     comment = Shared Directory
>     path = /sharedir
>     browseable = yes
>     public = yes
>     guest only = yes

Do you want only guest access?
Does the guest account (nobody?) have write access to the files under 
unix?

Christian

>     writable = yes
>     printable = no
> Best Regards
> Edwin Humphries
> edwin at e-quality.com.au
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hello
I have XFS-1.0 patch on my 2.4.2 kernel.
Using chacl util i can change users ACLs
After it i try to ./configure --with-acl-support and make it.
But from Windows NT ws i can't do it (using Permissions tab)
and NT does not even see ACLs setting up from Linux :(

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Hi!

> I have XFS-1.0 patch on my 2.4.2 kernel.
> Using chacl util i can change users ACLs
> After it i try to ./configure --with-acl-support and make it.
> But from Windows NT ws i can't do it (using Permissions tab)
> and NT does not even see ACLs setting up from Linux :(
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XFS 1.0 has a bug that makes ACLs being overrided by umask.
You'll have to get the latest devel tree from CVS.

Also, read the linux XFS' mailing list archive.
That matter has been already addressed there.

Regards,
Mario Gamito

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hi there,

any help would be greatly appreciated ive tried the faq's and doc's

Ive got a quad cpu SUN box running solaris 8, samba worked fine when I only
had one network card in it.
Now I have 5 (1 singe and 1 quad card) network interfaces + I change the
host name of teh server, now samba doesnt answer to the network (port probe
139 = no answer) on any of the interfaces
the samba log say that the server is up:....

"[2001/05/09 11:56:51, 1] smbd/server.c:main(641)
  smbd version 2.0.7 started.
  Copyright Andrew Tridgell 1992-1998"

Ive checked var/adm/messages and /usr/local/samba/var.... no errors logged
anywhere
also if I run the ./smbd or the startup script it doesnt give me the prompt
back
also SMBD doesnt show up in PS only the hung startup script is listed
Ive tried samba 2.2 , 2.0.7 and package 2.0.5 from sunfreeware all of them
exibit the same symptoms
with the smb.conf file tried "interface = hme0 149.149.***.
***/255.255.254.0" "interface = hme0" "interface = 149.171.xxx.xxx./xxx"
etc...  none seemed to make a difference...


thanks ...

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hi there,

any help would be greatly appreciated ive tried the faq's and doc's

Ive got a quad cpu SUN box running solaris 8, samba worked fine when I only
had one network card in it.
Now I have 5 (1 singe and 1 quad card) network interfaces + I change the
host name of teh server, now samba doesnt answer to the network (port probe
139 = no answer) on any of the interfaces
the samba log say that the server is up:....

"[2001/05/09 11:56:51, 1] smbd/server.c:main(641)
  smbd version 2.0.7 started.
  Copyright Andrew Tridgell 1992-1998"

Ive checked var/adm/messages and /usr/local/samba/var.... no errors logged
anywhere
also if I run the ./smbd or the startup script it doesnt give me the prompt
back
also SMBD doesnt show up in PS only the hung startup script is listed
Ive tried samba 2.2 , 2.0.7 and package 2.0.5 from sunfreeware all of them
exibit the same symptoms
with the smb.conf file tried "interface = hme0 149.149.***.
***/255.255.254.0" "interface = hme0" "interface = 149.171.xxx.xxx./xxx"
etc...  none seemed to make a difference...


thanks ...

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Hi,

I don't use VC6 on my server but I use it locally but from what I now check 
the following:

1) check out the option 'dos filetimes' this should be set to yes.
2) A friend had also strange problems, I think he forced all VC6 samba 
shared to lower case filenames.

I do know for a fact the VC6 is working on his site. If this is not working I can 
ask if he can send us the smb.conf file.

Ries

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Hello!

I get error during profile saving : "access denied" from w2k with samba
2.2 from cvs.
And this is true :)

[root at oraserv profiles]# [root at oraserv dm]# ls -l
total 224
drwx------    4 dm       dm           4096 May 14 10:57 Application Data

drwx------    2 dm       dm           4096 May 14 10:57 Cookies
dr--------    2 dm       dm           4096 May 14 10:57 Desktop
dr--------    4 dm       dm           4096 May 14 10:57 Favorites
dr--------    3 dm       dm           4096 May 14 10:57 My Documents
-rw-------    1 dm       dm         172032 May 14  2001 NTUSER.DAT
drwx------    2 dm       dm           4096 May 14 10:57 NetHood
drwx------    2 dm       dm           4096 May 14 10:57 PrintHood
drwx------    2 dm       dm           4096 May 14 10:57 Recent
drwx------    2 dm       dm           4096 May 14 10:57 SendTo
dr--------    3 dm       dm           4096 May 14 10:57 Start Menu
drwx------    2 dm       dm           4096 May 14 10:57 Templates
-rw-------    1 dm       dm           1024 May 14  2001 ntuser.dat.LOG
-rw-------    1 dm       dm             20 May 14  2001 ntuser.ini


But  I can't understand how to set Desktop, Faworites writable, because
I tried all
I find in mail lists.
Here is my profiles in smb.conf:

[Profiles]
    path = /usr/local/samba/profiles
    create mask =0600
    directory mask = 0700
    force directory mode = 0700
    force create mode = 0600
    restrict acl with mask = yes
    browseable = yes
    guest ok = yes
    writable = yes


I can't understand where is problem.
btw, all works OK with acl from acl.bestbits.at

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Hello!

Is it possible to disallow users change thier passwords using smb from
w9x, w2k workstations?

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Hello,

I'm just about ready to give up on this problem I'm having at home. Here's a
quick picture:

cableGateway--|
win2k-pcA-----|
linux-samba---|
              |---aironet--|-win2k-pcB
              |            |
          10.1.1.x    192.168.200.x


win2k-pcA is not part of any domain
linux-samba is not part of any domain (afaik), running 2.0.7
win2k-pcB is part of A

I have samba security set to SHARE, and allowed hosts include the IP
addresses of win2k-pcA, aironet, and one other address that win2k-pcB gets
when it's on the 10.1.1.x net.

win2k-pcA has no problems connecting to linux-samba, when win2k-pcB is on
10.1.1.x, it can connect to linux-samba. however, when win2k-pcB is behind
the aironet (and using 192.168.200.2 as an address) it can't connect to
linux-samba. Specifically the error I get is \\10.1.1.2 The network path was
not found. At the same time win2k-pcB when it's beind the aironet has no
problems connecting to the shares on win2k-pcA.

There is NAT going on on the aironet device, but it doesn't seem to affect
the win2k-win2k connection, but i'm not sure if that's a problem.

I did use a sniffer (on the linux box) to see win2k-pcA (using the NATted
address of the
aironet) connecting to port 445 on linux-samba, but it never goes further.
It tries this 445 thing a couple of times, but each time, linux-samba sends
back a  RST,ACK.


Any ideas on where I should start looking? There doesn't seem to be anything
going on in /var/log/messages or /var/log/samba/smb.log

thanks for any direction...



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There is a compile-time define, ALLOW_PASSWORD_CHANGE, which you could
undefine and recompile.  Note however that I am SURE that nobody has
tested such a configuration in a LONG time.  Currently I just don't tell
my users they can, but having this as a runtime paramater would be nice.

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> Hello!
> 
> Is it possible to disallow users change thier passwords using smb from
> w9x, w2k workstations?
> 
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I have Samba 2.0.7 on SuSE Linux 7.1.
I can connect to the shares from a smbclient under Linux.
I cannot connect to them from any Windows machine (NT 4, W98). The error 
message is 
	Network path not found
I can ping the network name, though, and I can connect to the httpd server on 
the machine using its network name.

I have a similar setup on another Linux machine running Samba 2.0.5a. I can 
connect to this machine from the Windows clients.

What am I missing?

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Samba changes the creation date on files to the date the file is copied.
Could someone please help to tell me a way to retain the file creation date
when it is copied to the samba/linux server.

Thanks for your help,
Andrew Minett

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On Fri, 11 May 2001, Keith Warno wrote:

> Hans Benedict wrote:
> > 
> > I have a problem with the synchronisation of profiles. I am using samba
> > 2.2.0 as PDC and a bunch of NT 4.0 workstations. The workstations are
> > running a NTP-Client in order to keep the time synchronised with the
> > server. Now the problem:
> > 
> > When a user loggs off the workstation, his profile is copied back to the
> > server. But it is never copied back to the workstation on the next
> > login. So all the changes made on another workstation or on the server are
> > lost. I even changed the modification time of a file 1 day into the future
> > (with touch -t) and the file is  still not copied to the workstation, but
> > overwritten with the old version on the next logoff.
> > 
> 
> I had a similar problem with 2.2.0 PDC and win2k clients.  A user could
> log into a win2k client, makes changes to his profile (colors,
> wallpaper, etc), log out and log back in and his profile would be as he
> left it.  If he then went over to another win2k client, one he has never
> logged into before, his profile would revert back to defaults.  

This is different in my case: When you logg into a new client,
where you have never been before, you will indeed get the saved
profile. But when you would go back to the first client, the changes made
on the second client will not be loaded. When you then logg into the
second client again, any changes made on the first client will not be
loaded again. 

In all cases the changes made on any client are copied back to
the server (eventually overwriting each other), but they are never copied
back to client with the only exception of the very first login.

> However
> this is in fact not a problem with either samba or win2k as I initially
> thought.  It seems somewhat weird but appears this sort of problem
> occurs if a user tries to log into the domain only a few moments after
> the PDC has been brought online (ie, a few moments after samba is
> started).  If the user waits a little bit of time for samba to do its
> thing, there is no issue.  I have not confirmed this behavior so I would
> like it if someone else can try to reproduce it. 

This is also different in my case, this is not dependant on the uptime of
the server.

Regards,
        Hans Benedict
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On Sat, 12 May 2001, Oliver Schulze L. wrote:

> I run into problems when uploading the profile,
> the win2kPro can't create the directories. This seems to be a bug in
> samba 2.2.0.
> I solved the creation of the directories using this profiles share:
> [profiles]
>    comment = Para los profiles de Windows 2000
>    path = /home/samba/profiles
>    read only = No
>    create mask = 0600
>    directory mask = 0700
>    force directory mode = 0700
>    inherit permissions = Yes
>    map system = Yes
>    map hidden = Yes
>    browseable = No
> 
> The key is 'force directory mode'

Hm, I actually have no problems *uploading* the profile to the server -
this is done at every logoff. I have problems *downloading* the profiles,
this is only done at the very first login into a given client, but then
never again.

> Another tip to syncronize the clock would be executing this on a startup 
> script:
> NET TIME \\PDC_SERVER /SET /YES

Yes, I know about that one, but I preferred to do the time synchronisation
via a service that is running all the time and not dependant on the
permissions the user has. Anyway this also happens on clients running
in a vmware virtual machine where the time synchronisation is done via
vmware.

Regards,
        Hans


> 
> Oliver
> 
> 
> Keith Warno wrote:
> 
> >Hans Benedict wrote:
> >
> >>Hi everybody,
> >>
> >>I have a problem with the synchronisation of profiles. I am using samba
> >>2.2.0 as PDC and a bunch of NT 4.0 workstations. The workstations are
> >>running a NTP-Client in order to keep the time synchronised with the
> >>server. Now the problem:
> >>
> >>When a user loggs off the workstation, his profile is copied back to the
> >>server. But it is never copied back to the workstation on the next
> >>login. So all the changes made on another workstation or on the server are
> >>lost. I even changed the modification time of a file 1 day into the future
> >>(with touch -t) and the file is  still not copied to the workstation, but
> >>overwritten with the old version on the next logoff.
> >>
> >>Any hints what I am doing wrong (smb.conf attached to the end)?
> >>
> >>Thanks in advance,
> >>                  Hans
> >>
> >
> >I had a similar problem with 2.2.0 PDC and win2k clients.  A user could
> >log into a win2k client, makes changes to his profile (colors,
> >wallpaper, etc), log out and log back in and his profile would be as he
> >left it.  If he then went over to another win2k client, one he has never
> >logged into before, his profile would revert back to defaults.  However
> >this is in fact not a problem with either samba or win2k as I initially
> >thought.  It seems somewhat weird but appears this sort of problem
> >occurs if a user tries to log into the domain only a few moments after
> >the PDC has been brought online (ie, a few moments after samba is
> >started).  If the user waits a little bit of time for samba to do its
> >thing, there is no issue.  I have not confirmed this behavior so I would
> >like it if someone else can try to reproduce it.  I've made many
> >previous posts to this list detailing such profile issues.
> >
> >Regards,
> >kw
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> 
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If I do a 'rpclient ... -c "enumdrivers"'
I cannot see the HP200c driver, doing  'rpcclient ... -c enumprinters"
I can see the HP2000C printer with , of course "NO PRINTER DRIVER..."
so I do no know which driver to assign using the setdriver command.
The thing that I do not understand
is that:
 if I check the files I have downloaded to the server (using the
"new driver"
button)  with the files necessary for this kind of printer
obtained from the printer  test page , all the necessary files are
present on the server!
I really do not know what to do.
cheers


On Fri, 11 May 2001, Eugenijus [UTF-8] JanuE!keviD
ius wrote:

>
>
> Patrizia Canton wrote:
>
>
> > If I try the same procedure for the kodak printer
> > I cannot find the correct *inf file on the cd of the printer, so I cannot
> > change the driver from "NO PRINTER DRIVER AVAILABLE..." to the correct
> > one.
>
> If you have driver files copied, you can use `rpcclient -c "setdriver
> ...."` on Samba side to set the driver for Win clients. This is the only
> solution for me now (RH Linux 7.0 + Samba 2.2.0; WinNT as clients)
>
> --
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Hello!

About my posting long time ago ;)
We just tested our  file apllication on 2.2.0.
No problems with locking from Clipper app.
Looks like problem was in "ghost" locks, i.e. that locks live after smbd
died.


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Hi,

Well, I have tried to configure Samba to be able to print from Windows
machine through Linux server queue to another Windows box with a printer
connected to it.
With your help I managed to do it. While printing, the files go to
/var/spool/lpd/brotherlp directory and then to the remote printer.

While the Windows machine with the printer is up, everything is OK .
Unfortunately, when that computer is down, I get a message (via mail):
'Your printer job (NameOfThePrintedFile) could not be printed'
and that's all. The printed file is still in the spool directory, but while
calling: 'lpq-lpd -Pbrotherlp' to see if there is anything in the queue I
only get: 'no entries'.

I hoped that when I start again the Windows machine with the printer, it
starts printing from the queue, but it doesn't.
What should I change in ma config files? (they are enclosed below).

Thanks in advance,

Dariusz J. Kawecki
dariusz.kawecki at soft-eks.com.pl

============================================================
smb.conf
============================================================
[global]
   printcap name = /etc/printcap
   load printers = yes
   print command = /usr/bin/lpr-lpd -r -s -P%p %s
   lpq command = /usr/bin/lpq-lpd -Pbrotherlp
   lprm command = /usr/bin/lprm-lpd -P%p %j

[brother]
   comment = Brother HL-1050
   path = /var/spool/lpd/brotherlp
   path = /var/spool/lpd/brotherlp
   browseable = yes
   printer name = brotherlp
   guest ok = yes
   available = yes
   writable = no
   printable = yes
   create mode = 0700

============================================================
printcap
============================================================
brotherlp:\
	:if=/usr/bin/smbprint:\
	:af=/var/spool/lpd/brotherlp/ac:\
	:lp=/dev/null:\
	:sh:\
	:sd=/var/spool/lpd/brotherlp:\
	:mx#0:\


============================================================
.config
============================================================
server=PRINTMAN
service=BROTHER
password=""

============================================================
smbprint
============================================================
#!/bin/sh
logfile=/tmp/smb-print.log
eval acct_file=\${$#}
spool_dir=`dirname $acct_file`
config_file=$spool_dir/.config
eval `cat $config_file`
echo "server $server, service $service" >> $logfile
(
	echo "print -"
	cat
) | /usr/bin/smbclient "\\\\$server\\$service" $password -U $server -N -P >>
$logfile

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Where can I get mksmbpasswd.sh for FreeBSD 4.2 and Samba 2.0.7 please? I
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Hello Samba Team,

I first want to congratulate you for the great achievements you've done!

The Samba suite is a great piece of software.

And I'm especially keen on the MS-DFS part, in which I unfortunately
found a problem.



On browsing filesystem trees a NT Workstation seems to lookup files
called "desktop.ini" in each node.
It also seems to do so in some sub nodes within a DFS share which
results in a DFS referral to that machine.

Unfortunately this lookup/referral seems only to happen when the
corresponding server is unavailable.

This makes browsing DFS root directories very slow from DFS clients
since it hangs with each referenced server not available at the moment.
We first thought this were name resolution problems but were proved
false. It really concerned machines being down at that time only.

For huge sites this is a critical issue since the probability that one
of many servers is not available is not neglectable.



The good thing about it:
an ordinary "dir" within a cmd shell works perfectly fine, i.e the samba
code behaves quite well in a nice world.

And now the bad thing:
serving the same shares from an NT DFS Server does not produce the hangs
even within explorer.



What I do not understand is why I only recognize DFS referrals to those
machines currently not on the net.
(noticeable by loglevel 5, messages like this [with DFS UNIX root Path
/usr/local/samba/dfs/dfs_home]:

[2001/05/10 18:00:11, 5]
/home/geyer/samba/samba-2.2.0/samba-2.2.0/source/msdfs/msdfs.c:get_referred_p
ath(254)  get_referred_path: lstat target:
/usr/local/samba/dfs/dfs_home/rapfluke
[2001/05/10 18:00:11, 5]
/home/geyer/samba/samba-2.2.0/samba-2.2.0/source/msdfs/msdfs.c:get_referred_p
ath(268)  get_referred_path: Referral: msdfs:luke\home\rapfluke
[2001/05/10 18:00:11, 3]
/home/geyer/samba/samba-2.2.0/samba-2.2.0/source/msdfs/msdfs.c:setup_dfs_refe
rral(565)  setup_dfs_referral: Path \ASCHE\dfs_home\rapfluke\desktop.ini to
alternate path(s): \luke\home\rapfluke.

where luke was not on the net at that time.)

I can supply the complete level 5 log file of that session (700kB) if
you are interested or create one with a higher lock level. However, it
seems easy to reproduce, so you might not need it.

In case this is of interest too, the referred to servers were all samba
2.1.*


Regards,
    Joachim


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Lanny Baron wrote:
> Would anyone know what it takes to get one samba 2.2 server to auth multiple
> windows users trying to get to multiple samba servers with no NT PDC on the
> LAN?
> 
> I have tried security = DOMAIN , security = user  and it seems that every
> single user must be in every unix box. Any workaround to this?

	Sure, two of them.

	One is to use an underlying distribution mechanism. 
	right now yp is well-supported, and LDAP will probably
	be the other good choice in the future.  This is the
	"normal Unix behavior" answer: as Samba is a file server,
	it need not also be an authentication server.

	The other is to use security=server, and point the
	subordinate servers at a master server.  This is the
	"PC" answer, that of having every program have its
	own authentication...

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Hi there,

I've got a problem here copying larger files from my linux box (SuSE
6.4,
kernel-2.2.19, samba 2.0.9) to a NT 4.0 Server (SP6a). The stuff seems
to
be set up correctly, pam, encrypted passwords, users - everything is
working
fine and the other direction, NT to Linux is working too! So the problem
must(?) be with smbfs, I think.

I've tryed with smbfs and directly with smbclient.

ny:/tmp # smbclient //lambda/tmp -U plot verysecretpassword -d 3 -c "put
very_large_file"
added interface ip=192.1.1.110 bcast=192.1.1.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
Client started (version 2.0.7).
resolve_lmhosts: Attempting lmhosts lookup for name lambda<0x20>
resolve_hosts: Attempting host lookup for name lambda<0x20>
Connecting to 192.1.1.4 at port 139
Domain=[BAER-NETZWERK] OS=[Windows NT 4.0] Server=[NT LAN Manager 4.0]
dos_clean_name [\\very_large_file]
putting file very_large_file as \very_large_file
read_socket_with_timeout:
timeout read. read error = Die Verbindung wurde vom
Kommunikationspartner
zur|ckgesetzt (connection reset by peer)
Error writing file: code 0
ny:/tmp # dir /mnt/lambda/tmp/very_large_file very_large_file
-rwxr-xr-x   1 root     root      65626480 May  7 16:19
/mnt/lambda/tmp/very_large_file
-rw-r--r--   1 root     root     169388992 May  7 15:32 very_large_file

I've read something about NT likes closing the connection, but I have no
idea,
how to solve this problem. Other people on this list and in the news
seemed to have
similar problems, but the only solution I've found is "upgrade to a
newer kernel/samba",
but my stuff is quiet actual...

Thanks for some help,
Christian

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I plead complete ignorance.  

I have 2 Win98 boxes and a Win2K box trying to access a Samba 2.08 server
running on OpenBSD 2.8.  All IP addresses are hard coded with the IP of the
Samba box as the Wins server (see the smb.conf)  The Win2K box can resolve
the name of the Samba machine but cannot map to it.  The other boxes can't
resolve the name.  All are set to the same workgroup.

[global]
workgroup = REYNOLDS
netbios name = realty
wins support = yes
encrypt passwords = yes
os level = 36
local master = yes
[share]
comment = for testing only
path = /export/samba/test
read only = no
guest ok = yes

I know the os level is wrong (per O'Reilly and partners) but I keep losing
the election to the Win2K box even when it was set to 34.

Load smb config files from /etc/samba/smb.conf
Processing section "[share]"
Loaded services file OK.
Press enter to see a dump of your service definitions
# Global parameters
[global]
	coding system = 
	client code page = 850
	workgroup = REYNOLDS
	netbios name = REALTY
	netbios aliases = 
	netbios scope = 
	server string = Samba 2.0.8
	interfaces = 
	bind interfaces only = No
	security = USER
	encrypt passwords = Yes
	update encrypted = No
	allow trusted domains = Yes
	hosts equiv = 
	min password length = 5
	map to guest = Never
	null passwords = No
	password server = 
	smb passwd file = /etc/samba/smbpasswd
	root directory = /
	passwd program = /usr/bin/passwd
	passwd chat = *new*password* %n\n *new*password* %n\n *changed*
	passwd chat debug = No
	username map = 
	password level = 0
	username level = 0
	unix password sync = No
	restrict anonymous = No
	use rhosts = No
	debug level = 2
	syslog = 1
	syslog only = No
	log file = 
	max log size = 5000
	debug timestamp = Yes
	debug hires timestamp = No
	debug pid = No
	debug uid = No
	protocol = NT1
	read bmpx = No
	read raw = Yes
	write raw = Yes
	nt smb support = Yes
	nt pipe support = Yes
	nt acl support = Yes
	announce version = 4.2
	announce as = NT
	max mux = 50
	max xmit = 65535
	name resolve order = lmhosts host wins bcast
	max ttl = 259200
	max wins ttl = 518400
	min wins ttl = 21600
	time server = No
	change notify timeout = 60
	deadtime = 0
	getwd cache = Yes
	keepalive = 300
	lpq cache time = 10
	max disk size = 0
	max open files = 10000
	read prediction = No
	read size = 16384
	shared mem size = 1048576
	socket options = TCP_NODELAY
	stat cache size = 50
	load printers = Yes
	printcap name = /etc/printcap
	printer driver file = /etc/samba/printers.def
	strip dot = No
	character set = 
	mangled stack = 50
	stat cache = Yes
	domain groups = 
	domain admin group = 
	domain guest group = 
	domain admin users = 
	domain guest users = 
	machine password timeout = 604800
	add user script = 
	delete user script = 
	logon script = 
	logon path = \\%N\%U\profile
	logon drive = 
	logon home = \\%N\%U
	domain logons = No
	os level = 36
	lm announce = Auto
	lm interval = 60
	preferred master = No
	local master = Yes
	domain master = No
	browse list = Yes
	dns proxy = Yes
	wins proxy = No
	wins server = 
	wins support = Yes
	wins hook = 
	kernel oplocks = Yes
	ole locking compatibility = Yes
	oplock break wait time = 10
	smbrun = /usr/local/bin/smbrun
	config file = 
	auto services = 
	lock directory = /var/spool/lock
	default service = 
	message command = 
	dfree command = 
	valid chars = 
	remote announce = 
	remote browse sync = 
	socket address = 0.0.0.0
	homedir map = 
	time offset = 0
	unix realname = No
	NIS homedir = No
	source environment = 
	panic action = 
	comment = 
	path = 
	revalidate = No
	username = 
	guest account = nobody
	invalid users = 
	valid users = 
	admin users = 
	read list = 
	write list = 
	force user = 
	force group = 
	writeable = No
	create mask = 0744
	force create mode = 00
	security mask = -1
	force security mode = -1
	directory mask = 0755
	force directory mode = 00
	directory security mask = -1
	force directory security mode = -1
	inherit permissions = No
	guest only = No
	guest ok = No
	only user = No
	hosts allow = 
	hosts deny = 
	status = Yes
	max connections = 0
	min print space = 0
	strict sync = No
	sync always = No
	write cache size = 0
	printable = No
	postscript = No
	printing = bsd
	print command = lpr -r -P%p %s
	lpq command = lpq -P%p
	lprm command = lprm -P%p %j
	lppause command = 
	lpresume command = 
	queuepause command = 
	queueresume command = 
	printer = 
	printer driver = NULL
	printer driver location = 
	default case = lower
	case sensitive = No
	preserve case = Yes
	short preserve case = Yes
	mangle case = No
	mangling char = ~
	hide dot files = Yes
	delete veto files = No
	veto files = 
	hide files = 
	veto oplock files = 
	map system = No
	map hidden = No
	map archive = Yes
	mangled names = Yes
	mangled map = 
	browseable = Yes
	blocking locks = Yes
	fake oplocks = No
	locking = Yes
	oplocks = Yes
	level2 oplocks = No
	oplock contention limit = 2
	strict locking = No
	share modes = Yes
	copy = 
	include = 
	preexec = 
	preexec close = No
	postexec = 
	root preexec = 
	root preexec close = No
	root postexec = 
	available = Yes
	volume = 
	fstype = NTFS
	set directory = No
	wide links = Yes
	follow symlinks = Yes
	dont descend = 
	magic script = 
	magic output = 
	delete readonly = No
	dos filetimes = No
	dos filetime resolution = No
	fake directory create times = No

[share]
	comment = for testing only
	path = /export/samba/test
	writeable = Yes
	guest ok = Yes

Is the fact that share (obviously the test share) has a "guest ok = yes" and
the global doesn't relevant?  I can't browse this network and see the Samba
server while I see all the Windows boxes.  But browsing isn't necessary is
it?  If I can resolve the name, I  should be able to map a drive, correct?
BTW, I can see the Win2K box from smbclient.

How does Wins work?  Can I dump a list of the machines that have tried to
register with  Samba via Wins?  Why do some machines try to register (or
successfully register) and others do not?    

Where have I gone wrong?

Thanks and please forgive the ignorance,
Rick 

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Sir,
I'm trying to install WINBIND to a PC running under LINUX . The domain name 
of my NT server is ARCHE .
When I use the command :

		samedit -S '*' -W ARCHE -U root

there are some error messages such below :

		ERROR: Failed to find the PDC

I already ran smbd -D and nmbd -D
Can you help me please.

Best regards

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I think he meant to send this to the list, and as far as I can tell, it was
sent to only me...

- john

---------- Forwarded Message ----------
Date: Monday, May 14, 2001 8:59 AM +0200
From: Pablo Fanjul Gsmez <pablo.fanjul at seresco.es>
To: "'John T. Benedetto'" <jbenedet at unm.edu>
Subject: RE: swat

I need one person to manage shares and permissions, but i don't want give
this person root power. Something like users in Webmin.Isn`t possible?

-----Mensaje original-----
De: John T. Benedetto [mailto:jbenedet at unm.edu]
Enviado el: viernes, 11 de mayo de 2001 15:58
Para: Pablo Fanjul Gomez
CC: samba at samba.org
Asunto: Re: swat


On Fri, 11 May 2001, Pablo Fanjul Gomez wrote:

> 	Only root can use full swat?
> 	how can other users make or modify shares using swat?
>
> 	Thanks.

Well... that's the same as what happens in NT, right?  Unless you're the
admin, you can't make or modify shares on the server.

*WHY* would you want "joe average user" to have that kind of power anyway?

- john

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I am having the same problem.  I tried the solution:
mkdir /usr/share/samba
mv /usr/shar/swat /usr/share/samba
and restarted samba and it still doesn't work.  Anyother solutions?

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Over the weekend I had a thought...

I have most of the users here set to only be allowed to login to their own 
workstation by use of the "Logon To" screen in User Manager.  I added my new Samba 
file server to this users allowed workstations and the add user script worked and 
everything was happy.  I hadn't realized that the Samba server would actually try 
to "log into" the domain as that user, I thought it would just validate it just 
like other NT Server domain members do.  This may be worth mentioning in the add 
user script docs, I think that section of the docs is a bit light anyway.  Is there 
an "official" channel for submiting docs?

Chris


Chris Weiss wrote:
>
>Realy?  The docs suggest otherwise.  If this is truely so, then it must be
>mentioned in the documentation of "add user script".  I spent several hours
>tracking this down only now to be told a single sentence: "add user script" does
>not work for Win9x clients.  Thanks for your help.
>Oliver Schulze L. wrote:
>>
>>Hi,
>>Win9x boxes don't support trust relationship.
>>You can log a Win9x machine to a NT domain like you do in with a NT or
>>Win2k box.
>>The add script option only work for a NT/WIn2k box when you are logging
>>the machine
>>to the domain with user root.
>>You need to add the Win9x user with smbpasswd -a and the login from the
>>Win9x box.
>>Good luck
>>Oliver
>>Chris Weiss wrote:
>>>I have Samba 2.2 setup on FreeBSD 4.3-RELEASE configured to auth to my existing 
NT
>>>Domian and add local users automatically using an add user script.  Everything
>>>works great from NT4 and Win2K clients but not from Win9x.  What it comes down to
>>>is that when connecting to Samba for the first time from a Win9x pc after logging
>>>into the domain, Samba is unable to validate the user against the domain and so
>>>does not run the script to add the local user and then samba promts the client 
for
>>>an IPC$ password.  If I first connect as that user with an NT PC, the account 
gets
>>>created, and then log in with a 9x PC every thing works fine.
>>>
>>>The error I get in my logs when connecting from a Win9x PC with a user that has
>not
>>>yet been added to the local user base is cli_net_sam_logon:
>>>NT_STATUS_INVALID_WORKSTATION
>>>
>>>I have added the samba server to the domain, and joined it with no errors.  I 
also
>>>have encrypted passwords enabled and I have a valid guest account.  I have spent
>>>the better part of the day searching list archives and docs for an answer to this
>>>but have yet to find any answers.  In fact I found a few questions that seem to
>>>directly relate to my problems and not one was answered (specifically this one
>>>http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=samba&m=98441306029846&w=2 ).
>>>
>>>I would very much like to avoid having to use plain text passwords, mostly 
because
>>>that does not seem to be the problem, passwords are validated just fine.  It
>seems,
>>>on the surface, that that the problem is that Samba is asking NT to verify a 
trust
>>>relationship with a Win9x client.  I know just enough to know that Win9x boxen
>>>don't get true trust relationships.  Any Ideas?
>>>
>>>Chris
>>>
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Excuse well not to be written in ingles, and uses a translator. The "logon
path" load neither and my "log files" nor This is my configuration file:

*************************************************************************
# Global parameters
[global]
;Basic Server Setting
        netbios name = NAME
        workgroup = GROUP

;Soporta Logos
        domain logons = Yes

        logon path = \\%N\profiles\%U

       logon drive = L:
       logon home = \\%N\%U
        logon script = %G.bat


;We should act as the domain and local master browser
        os level = 64
        preferred master = yes

        domain master = yes
        local master = yes

;Secuity settings
        security = user

;encrypty password are a requirement for a PDC
        encrypt passwords = yes
        update encrypted = yes
        passwd program = /usr/bin/passwd %u
        passwd chat = *New*UNIX*password* %n\n *ReType*new*UNIX*password*
%n\n *
passwd:*all*authentication*tokens*updated*successfully*

;Mapa de Usuasrios
        username map = /etc/samba/smbusers
        smb passwd file = /etc/samba/smbpasswd
        domain admin group = @adm


        max log size = 50
        log file = /var/log/samba/log.samba.%M
        message command = csh -c 'xedit %s;rm %s' &
        default = homes


        dns proxy = No
        protocol = NT1
        domain admin users = maxi
        socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192

;Mensajes a Mandar
        postexec = echo "%u se desconecto de %S from %m (%I) %T" >>
/tmp/log.sam
ba
        preexec = echo "%u se a conectado de %S from %m (%I) %T" >>
/tmp/log.sam
ba
        server string = Corre en %h la version %v del Samba Server

[homes]
        comment = Home Directories
        read only = No
        create mask = 0775
        force create mode = 0777
        directory mask = 0775
        force directory mode = 0777
        browseable = No

[profiles]
        path = /home/usuarios/Profiles
        writeable = yes
        create mask = 0600
        directory mask = 0700

*************************************************************************
Please Help me

thanks

Maximiliano Petersen
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**************************
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On Sun, 13 May 2001 21:30:00 Francisco Reyes wrote:
>
> Is there a list anywhere of what is been fixed?
> Looking to see if an issue I am having is listed.
> Ever since going to 2.2 when I move a file the file date 
> get's updated. On 2.0.7 creation dates were 
> maintained upon move.

No nice pretty list.  The CVS logs document this fairly 
completely.  Normally Jeremy adds a list of major fixes
to the WHATSNEW.txt file upon release.










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On Sun, 13 May 2001 22:35:02 Dmitry Melekhov wrote:
> 
> May be you can release some sort of  2.2.1beta because 
> 2.2.0 has critical bugs already fixed? And people will use 
> not so buggy 2.2.1beta :)

No. I think we will go for a straight 2.2.1 (but Jeremy
is the ultimate 2.2 release manager).  The "beta" is the CVS 
code.  Concerned admins should probably be tracking and 
testing this.






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----- Original Message -----
From: Gerald Carter <gcarter at valinux.com>
To: Dmitry Melekhov <dm at belkam.com>
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Subject: Re: When 2.2.1?


> On Sun, 13 May 2001 22:35:02 Dmitry Melekhov wrote:
> >
> > May be you can release some sort of  2.2.1beta because
> > 2.2.0 has critical bugs already fixed? And people will use
> > not so buggy 2.2.1beta :)
>
> No. I think we will go for a straight 2.2.1 (but Jeremy
> is the ultimate 2.2 release manager).  The "beta" is the CVS
> code.  Concerned admins should probably be tracking and
> testing this.
>
OK. I only think about more testing :) Not all people (for instance, me)
know
how to use CVS, or, at least, please write on site how to download 2.2
branch,i.e.
complete comman line.
I'm Linux admin with 3 years of experience, but .... ;)))

Wire connection and Windows reinstallation senior engineer
Dmitry Melekhov
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Maybe there is a typo, but the exact command is:
# mv /usr/share/swat /usr/share/samba

Then you have to restart your inetd daemon. This daemon accept the swat
request.
In RedHat 6.x do this:
# /etc/rc.d/init.d/inet restart

In RedHat 7.x do this:
# /etc/init.d/xinetd restart

I have RedHat 6.2 and is working here.
Try looking in /var/log/messages for error messages:
# tail -f /var/log/messages

Good luck
Oliver


Jeannie Gerstbauer-Hill wrote:

>I am having the same problem.  I tried the solution:  
>mkdir /usr/share/samba 
>mv /usr/shar/swat /usr/share/samba
>and restarted samba and it still doesn't work.  Anyother solutions?
>

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All:

I just grabbed the most recent APPLIANCE_HEAD branch last night, and
attempted to compile the most recent wbinfo and winbindd, with stellar
lack of success.  Note that I found no build instructions for winbindd
and wbinfo, so I'm just taking my best guess to get them working.

The errors I'm encountering appear to be fairly straightforward compile
& link errors.

Before I start seriously investigating these, is this a known problem,
and might someone else be doing this work ?

Or even better - are there build instructions somewhere I missed
regarding creating a working winbindd ?

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On Mon, 14 May 2001, Dmitry Melekhov wrote:

> how to use CVS, or, at least, please write on site how to download 2.2
> branch,i.e. complete comman line. I'm Linux admin with 3 years of
> experience, but .... ;)))

http://us1.samba.org/samba/cvs.html

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Restarting Samba will have no effect on this.  Depending on your system,
you need to restart either inetd or xinetd.

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> 
> I am having the same problem.  I tried the solution:
> mkdir /usr/share/samba
> mv /usr/shar/swat /usr/share/samba
> and restarted samba and it still doesn't work.  Anyother solutions?
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I restarted xinetd on my RH 7.0 and it didn't seem to help.

I remove the line that I added to /etc/xinetd.conf file:
swat stream tcp nowait.400 root /usr/sbin/sbin/swat swat

Now the error I get from my browser is:
A network error occurred while Netscape was receiving data. (Network error:
Broken pipe)
Try connecting again.

Should I put that stream line back into /etc/xinetd.conf file?  Is there
anything else that I am forgetting?

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Dan,

On Sat, 12 May 2001, Dan Bethe wrote:
> http://us1.samba.org/samba/ftp/docs/htmldocs/using_samba/ch08_01.html#s1
> 
> 	I don't know if this solves your problem, but I thought I'd try
> to help you while also providing emotional validation to the fact that
> I had to learn all this heinous Windows garbage.

Unfortunately, it does not :-).  I tried all permutations of those
configuration options long ago to no avail. Thanks for the heads up,
however.

> 	Thank goodness for Samba, which tries as well as humanly
> possible to make sense out of the insanity.  :)  Very respectable
> work.

Believe me, I'm so desperate to fix this problem because I don't want to
be stuck running all the developers here off of a W2K server!

>     -- http://mmmgood.net -- dan_bethe at yahoo.com

Jacob Leverich

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Ries,

On Mon, 14 May 2001, Ries van Twisk wrote:
> I don't use VC6 on my server but I use it locally but from what I now
> check the following:
> 
> 1) check out the option 'dos filetimes' this should be set to yes.

        dos filetimes = true

Doesn't help.

> 2) A friend had also strange problems, I think he forced all VC6 samba
> shared to lower case filenames.

Interesting. I just gave that a shot, but no luck.

> I do know for a fact the VC6 is working on his site. If this is not
> working I can ask if he can send us the smb.conf file.

That would be very nice. Either that, or maybe I could get in contact with
him?

> Ries

Thanks,
Jacob Leverich

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> I restarted xinetd on my RH 7.0 and it didn't seem to help.
> 
> I remove the line that I added to /etc/xinetd.conf file:
> swat stream tcp nowait.400 root /usr/sbin/sbin/swat swat
> 
> Now the error I get from my browser is:
> A network error occurred while Netscape was receiving data. 
> (Network error:
> Broken pipe)
> Try connecting again.
> 
> Should I put that stream line back into /etc/xinetd.conf 
> file?  Is there
> anything else that I am forgetting?

No.  Don't put it back.  That line is for the inetd daemon, not xinetd.
Check your /etc/xinetd/swat file.  swat is disabled by default, so you
need to change the 'disabled' parameter to no.  Then stop/start xinetd.


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I removed the line from the /etc/xinetd.conf file but I already had disable =
no in the /etc/xinetd.d/swat file.
There must be something else.  Any clues?

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You can asign a default user and default group to the share.
So, if user2 writes a file, the file always get the user.group permision.
Then create a group and put all your users in that group.
You have to configure that the files creation mode to 660 for users
in the group to have write permisions.

I does this with a DOC share where all users can write/delete others
users files

Oliver

Konrads Smelkov wrote:

>It is not a solution. Even FTP uses anonymous :)
>On Sat, 12 May 2001 16:51:19 -0400
>"Oliver Schulze L." <oliver at samera.com.py> wrote:
>
>>I don;t know if that is configurable via samba.
>>What you can do is map the linux/samba share to a network drive
>>and the say to windows to save the passwd and reconnect at reboot.
>>
>>Oliver
>>
>>fereshteh jadidi wrote:
>>
>>>Hi
>>>
>>>I've installed samba on my linux (and use it for fileserving in my 
>>>company.)
>>>my problem is:
>>>
>>>I want to access files in linux from NT without password.(without
>>>guest user).
>>>
>>>
>>>--Thanks
>>>--F.Jadidi
>>>
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Hmmm.  Is xinetd running?

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> I removed the line from the /etc/xinetd.conf file but I 
> already had disable = no in the /etc/xinetd.d/swat file.  
> There must be something else.  Any clues?
> 

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  A colleague wants to provide the usual workaround for 
mixed Unix and Windows clients: a web page to update
both their Unix and Samba passwords...

  I'll contribute a how-to if someone's already done the .cgi 
script...

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./configure --with-pam fails with this error:

...
checking configure summary
configure: error: summary failure. Aborting config

Now, when I _don't_ specify --with-pam I get a binary that fails to allow
logins like this:

# /usr/local/samba/bin/smbclient //debian.obscured.com/ftp -U whit
added interface ip=192.168.1.250 bcast=192.168.1.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
Password: 
session setup failed: ERRSRV - ERRbadpw (Bad password - name/password pair
in a Tree Connect or Session Setup are invalid.)

The docs say to make sure I've configured for encrypted passwords, but
./configure has no flags that refer to that. I'm using md5 shadow passwords
on this system, does Samba support those? I can't find any discussion of md5
by grepping the docs either. I know my smb.conf is fine - same one I was
using when I had a Red Hat 6.1 box in this position, and it tests okay.

I also get the same failure running the Samba 2.0.7 that comes with Debian
Potato. 

Also, if I want to try to use winbind, where is it? The docs say "must be
acquired separately" but don't suggest from where. It's not listed on
Freshmeat. Does it exist?

Thanks for any constructive advice,
Whit

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Greets,

Has password syncing been broken in 2.2.0?  I had it working in
2.2.0-alpha3 but it doesn't want to behave in 2.2.0 release.  :/  Can
anyone confirm?

thanks,
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I just ran ps aux and it shows xinetd running.

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1.) Create a text file: echo "1	2	3"  >x.txt on Unix side
2.) Try to open it with Excel:  Excel reports: Wrong permissions or
	server error.
3.) Permissions are ok, i can open x.txt with notepad
4.) This bug does not occure with samba 2.0.8
5.) Altera FPGA Software shows the same behaviour.

Thanks for help in advance,
	Udo Krebelder <u.krebelder at kreuzgruber.com>

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Besides the %U problem that I have now patched,
I am starting to see some other behavior in 2.2.0
that is interesting.  I'm running samba 2.2.0 on
Solaris 8, having configured with the following
options:

	configure  --with-automount --with-syslog --with-utmp

The verion of gcc used is 2.95.2.  I've been getting
reports from users of shares "dissapearing"
from the network neighborhood.  It has been happening
with the [homes] share most often, but I have noticed
that other shares will occasionally drop off also.
There is no real pattern as to when it will happen,
but it is something that never happened with
either 2.0.6 or 2.0.7.  I can easily get the share
back by going to Run and typing "\\machine\share".

Has anybody else seen similar behavior?

-Jim

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Udo Krebelder wrote:
> 
> 1.) Create a text file: echo "1 2       3"  >x.txt on Unix side
> 2.) Try to open it with Excel:  Excel reports: Wrong permissions or
>         server error.
> 3.) Permissions are ok, i can open x.txt with notepad
> 4.) This bug does not occure with samba 2.0.8
> 5.) Altera FPGA Software shows the same behaviour.
> 
> Thanks for help in advance,
>         Udo Krebelder <u.krebelder at kreuzgruber.com>

Cannot reproduce this with samba 2.2.0 & Office 2000 Standard on a win2k
box.  Maybe permissions are being clobbered during the WIN<->UNIX
translation?  Do you have "nt acl support" enabled in Samba?

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On Mon, 14 May 2001, Christian Fertig wrote:

> ny:/tmp # smbclient //lambda/tmp -U plot verysecretpassword -d 3 -c "put
> very_large_file"
> added interface ip=192.1.1.110 bcast=192.1.1.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
> Client started (version 2.0.7).
                          ^^^^^
That doesn't say 2.0.9 (not that I think it matters)

> resolve_lmhosts: Attempting lmhosts lookup for name lambda<0x20>
> resolve_hosts: Attempting host lookup for name lambda<0x20>
> Connecting to 192.1.1.4 at port 139
> Domain=[BAER-NETZWERK] OS=[Windows NT 4.0] Server=[NT LAN Manager 4.0]
> dos_clean_name [\\very_large_file]
> putting file very_large_file as \very_large_file
> read_socket_with_timeout:
> timeout read. read error = Die Verbindung wurde vom
> Kommunikationspartner
> zur|ckgesetzt (connection reset by peer)
> Error writing file: code 0

This shows smbclient failing to write the file.

Do you have an example where smbfs fails? Kernel messages would be nice.

/Urban

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I'm pretty sure that it is running at 100 Mbps. Here this what is happening.
I have this RH6.2 machine "smbmount" multiple (10) NT shares. If I ftp to
the shares and copy a file, it is very slow (200 Kbytes/sec). If I ftp just
to the machine and copy the same file the speed is wonderful (3151
Kbytes/sec). Same thing if I'm using NT to browse to the Samba machine and
copy files. I just trying install Samba 2.2 from the RPM at samba.org and
this didn't help. Is smbmount the problem or the NT machine? Again, Thanks
for the help.

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Subject: Re: Slow file copies


>   If you'e seeing 2-3 minutes for copies, there's something
> very wrong.  Can you check the same machines with ftp?
> The same files should copy from NT to NT and from
> NT to the samba server in nearly the same time.  Seconds
> in all cases, not minutes.
>    You may have a hub or ethernet card in full-duplex on a
> half-duplex link, or a 100 mbps interface at 10 mbps: that's
> the most common reason for mismatched speeds.
>
>   See http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/samba/chapter/book/appb_01.html
> for an example...
>
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Trying again ...

Previously we were running samba 2.0.7 on a variety of platforms with
no problems.  Amongst other things, we store a user's Eudora preferences 
in his/her UNIX home directory, so they can move around to other PCs and 
not have to update their preferences everytime they wanted to check
their mail.

After upgrading to 2.2.0 (due to the security announcement) Eudora is no 
longer able to update these preferences in the "eudora.ini" file, stored 
on the samba server.  No obvious complaints, it simply doesn't work.  
User's are able to write other files in their samba mounted home directory.  
Servers that are running 2.0.9 (due to compile/runtime problems with 2.2.0 
on SunOS4 and HPUX) do not have this problem, ie the changes to the 
eudora.ini file are properly written to disk.  I'm using the same config 
file for both 2.0.9 and 2.2.0. 

Is this a known problem with 2.2.0?  Any pointers you could provide would
be appreciated.

The potentially interesting snippets of my config file contain the 
following:

[global]
        dos filetime resolution = yes
        fake directory create times = yes
        short preserve case = yes
        preserve case = yes
        getwd cache = yes
        share modes = yes
        locking = yes
        strict locking = yes


[homes]
        writable = yes
        browseable = yes
        oplocks = no
        public = no
        hide dot files = no
        wide links = yes
        create mask = 0640
        force create mode = 0640
        directory mask = 0750
        force directory mode = 0750


Thanks in advance!

--
Marcus

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Hi

I use an Ultra Sparc/Solaris 2.5 with 2 network interfaces. To make samba 
to listen in bouth I use the follow in smb.conf:

interfaces = 149.171.xxx.xx1./xxx 149.171.xxx.xx2./xxx

Use the ip address of eache interface. See man page for smb.conf

I hope this help

Roberto




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>---------------------------------------------------
>Seamus Murray
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>                     Seamus 
> Murray 
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>                     14/05/2001           cc: 
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>                     11:53 AM             Subject:     solaris 8, sparc 4 
> cpu, 4 port network card samba
> 
>
> 
>
>
>
>
>hi there,
>
>any help would be greatly appreciated ive tried the faq's and doc's
>
>Ive got a quad cpu SUN box running solaris 8, samba worked fine when I only
>had one network card in it.
>Now I have 5 (1 singe and 1 quad card) network interfaces + I change the
>host name of teh server, now samba doesnt answer to the network (port probe
>139 = no answer) on any of the interfaces
>the samba log say that the server is up:....
>
>"[2001/05/09 11:56:51, 1] smbd/server.c:main(641)
>   smbd version 2.0.7 started.
>   Copyright Andrew Tridgell 1992-1998"
>
>Ive checked var/adm/messages and /usr/local/samba/var.... no errors logged
>anywhere
>also if I run the ./smbd or the startup script it doesnt give me the prompt
>back
>also SMBD doesnt show up in PS only the hung startup script is listed
>Ive tried samba 2.2 , 2.0.7 and package 2.0.5 from sunfreeware all of them
>exibit the same symptoms
>with the smb.conf file tried "interface = hme0 149.149.***.
>***/255.255.254.0" "interface = hme0" "interface = 149.171.xxx.xxx./xxx"
>etc...  none seemed to make a difference...
>
>
>thanks ...
>
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James Kreuziger <jkreuzig at massun.peds.mc.uci.edu> wrote:
| I'm running samba 2.2.0 on Solaris 8, having configured with
| the following options:
|        configure  --with-automount --with-syslog --with-utmp
|
| The version of gcc used is 2.95.2.  I've been getting
| reports from users of shares "disappearing"
| from the network neighborhood.  It has been happening
| with the [homes] share most often, but I have noticed
| that other shares will occasionally drop off also.

	This **may** be an artifact of the Sun automounter
	and Samba.

	Are you automounting the /home directory tree onto
	the machine where Samba runs, and then using
	password file entries like
davecb:x:57:10:David Collier-Brown:/home/davecb:/bin/ksh

	If so, and if these directories are disappearing,
	you've hit the "auto-unmounter" problem. The automounter
	happily unmounts unused directories, but then 
	when Samba wants to use them again, they don't
	appear to be present.  We get that here (and have
	a work-around).

	This does not seem to happen with the amd automounter,
	only the Sun one...
	
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Hi,

Is it possible to have a single user on an NT machine
that as a completely different username and password
than the one on a Unix machine, but to be able to
recognize that when the user logs on the NT machine,
it is in fact a user in unix and have is home and all
is privilege recognize? Lets say that my user as a
username :toto  on the unix system with the password:
daemon and that the same user as a username on the NT
box :beavor and a password: apple. All I want to do is
that when "beavor" log in with the password "apple",
if he clic on the shares, he is recognize as "toto"
without having to enter the password "daemon". I think
that it's something to do with the mapping, but I'm a
little bit confuse. Can somebody help me?

Thanks,

Eric

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After editing any file in /etc/xinetd.d/*, you must restart xinetd like 
this:
# /etc/init.d/xinetd restart

If you thing you modified any file you don't what is, reinstall the 
samba rpm.
Backup your /etc/samba/* files
and then do a:
# rpm -ev samba
# rpm -ivh samba*2.2.0*rpm

Also look in the file /var/log/message after restarting xinetd to see if 
there is
some syntax error.

Oliver

Jeannie Gerstbauer-Hill wrote:

>I removed the line from the /etc/xinetd.conf file but I already had disable = no in the /etc/xinetd.d/swat file.  
>There must be something else.  Any clues?
>

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Greetings!

Down loaded, compiled with gcc & installed Samba 2.0.7 on Solaris 7(Sparc).
It 
appears that the log.smb has this error regarding open files.

1.	Does this mean, The NT/Win2K clients are requesting 10K open files?
Because, 
	the samba configuration file does not have any entry for this
parameter. 

2.	If the Clients are requesting this many open files, Can I able to
detect 
	which NT/Win2K system is requesting this?

3.	When ever, I start Samba, only nmbd is running (not smbd)

Any help/pointers would be very much appreciated.

Thanks,
Murali


Here is the out put of log.smb

[2001/05/14 15:41:51, 1] smbd/server.c:main(641)
  smbd version 2.0.7 started.
  Copyright Andrew Tridgell 1992-1998
[2001/05/14 15:41:51, 1] smbd/files.c:file_init(216)
  file_init: Information only: requested 10000 open files, 4086 are
available.
[2001/05/14 15:41:51, 1] smbd/reply.c:reply_sesssetup_and_X(988)
  Username nobody is invalid on this system
[2001/05/14 15:41:51, 1] smbd/server.c:main(641)
  smbd version 2.0.7 started.
  Copyright Andrew Tridgell 1992-1998

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hello friendly samba folks!

i've been trying for a couple days now to make samba work with ACLs + winbind.

fwiw, this is a redhat (VA 6.2.3) box, although i ripped out their default
samba packages first thing. i used kernel 2.4.4 + ea & acl patches (ext2). 
i'm not trying to make the linux box be a PDC or etc.- just serve ACL'd files
using NT domain usernames.

i tried the samba 2.2.0 rpm, and was able to make ACLs work and correctly
affect the abilities of windows clients (yay!), however that rpm didn't contain
winbind, so i was unable to change ACLs from windows boxen, or assign
permissions to users of my NT domain.

i tried the winbind from samba-appliance 0.5, with no success, regardless of
whether i installed it before or after the 2.2.0 rpm.

i tried building samba from both SAMBA_2_2 and HEAD CVS, and winbind from those
as well as APPLIENCE_TNG. i've gotten winbind to find the server, displaying
lines like:

server: dc=GRUNION, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
BLAH: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0

however despite what i've seen on the list i haven't been able to make things
work. on the windows side i get "incorrect password or unknown username" and on
the linux side i get "domain_client_validate: could not fetch trust account
password for domain BLAH" in log.smbd.

my questions:

0. is this an error in my config? [details thereof below]
1. will a working winbind be included in 2.2.1, and roughly when is that
   release planned for?
2. until then, which branch(es?) do i build samba and winbindd from in order to
   have them work together && support ACLs?

thanks very much for any help y'all can give me. i'm not on the list so a cc:
would be appreciated, altho i'll be checking the archives.

jeff

(and now here's config file details..)

my [global] from smb.conf:

[global]
        winbind cache time = 10
        template shell = /bin/bash
        template homedir = /home/%D/%U
        winbind uid = 10000-20000
        winbind gid = 10000-20000
        security = domain		# should this be server? i am not PDC.
        ;password server = *
        password server = 10.0.0.13
   workgroup = BLAH
   server string = "gage's samba + ACL test server"
   printcap name = /etc/printcap
   load printers = yes
   log file = /var/log/samba/log.%m
   max log size = 50
   password server = *
  encrypt passwords = yes
  smb passwd file = /etc/samba/smbpasswd
   socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192
   wins server = 10.0.0.10
   dns proxy = yes 

[root at anathema samba]# cat /etc/pam.d/samba 
#auth           required        /lib/security/pam_pwdb.so nullok shadow
auth       required     /lib/security/pam_securetty.so
auth       required     /lib/security/pam_nologin.so
auth       sufficient   /lib/security/pam_winbind.so
auth       required     /lib/security/pam_pwdb.so use_first_pass shadow nullok
#account                required        /lib/security/pam_pwdb.so
account         required        /lib/security/pam_winbind.so
session         required        /lib/security/pam_pwdb.so
password        required        /lib/security/pam_pwdb.so

(i did not mod any other pam.d files.. should i have?)

[root at anathema samba]# grep winbind /etc/nsswitch.conf
passwd:     files winbind
group:      files winbind

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Bich TRINH writes:

> Sir,
> I'm trying to install WINBIND to a PC running under LINUX . The domain name 
> of my NT server is ARCHE .
> When I use the command :
> 
> 		samedit -S '*' -W ARCHE -U root
> 
> there are some error messages such below :
> 
> 		ERROR: Failed to find the PDC

Can you try running samedit with the -d10 flag?  It sounds like
the PDC for the domain is not being resolved.


Tim.

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Patrick Spinler writes:

> All:
> 
> I just grabbed the most recent APPLIANCE_HEAD branch last night, and
> attempted to compile the most recent wbinfo and winbindd, with stellar
> lack of success.  Note that I found no build instructions for winbindd
> and wbinfo, so I'm just taking my best guess to get them working.

Try going for the APPLIANCE_TNG branch instead.  The
appliance_head code contains a really old, broken version of
winbind. 

I've actually finished merging winbind into the actual head
branch.  It compiled last time I looked which was yesterday
afternoon.  (-:

> Or even better - are there build instructions somewhere I missed
> regarding creating a working winbindd ?

You should just be able to do 'make nsswitch'.  There should be a
manual page for winbindd which gives some info on configuring
things.


Tim.

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Whit Blauvelt writes:

> ./configure --with-pam fails with this error:
> 
> ...
> checking configure summary
> configure: error: summary failure. Aborting config

Check the last couple of lines in config.log for info on what is
causing this.  You may not have installed the pam devel package.

> Now, when I _don't_ specify --with-pam I get a binary that fails to allow
> logins like this:
> 
> # /usr/local/samba/bin/smbclient //debian.obscured.com/ftp -U whit
> added interface ip=192.168.1.250 bcast=192.168.1.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
> Password: 
> session setup failed: ERRSRV - ERRbadpw (Bad password - name/password pair
> in a Tree Connect or Session Setup are invalid.)

Do you have md5 passwords?  Compiling samba without pam support
falls back to using crypt() to check passwords which doesn't work
if you have md5 passwords enabled.

> Also, if I want to try to use winbind, where is it? The docs say "must be
> acquired separately" but don't suggest from where. It's not listed on
> Freshmeat. Does it exist?

It's now in the head branch in CVS.  Hopefully it will be
released in Samba 2.2.1 or 2.2.2.


Tim.

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Marcus Pless writes:

> After upgrading to 2.2.0 (due to the security announcement) Eudora is no 
> longer able to update these preferences in the "eudora.ini" file, stored 
> on the samba server.  No obvious complaints, it simply doesn't work.  
> User's are able to write other files in their samba mounted home directory.  
> Servers that are running 2.0.9 (due to compile/runtime problems with 2.2.0 
> on SunOS4 and HPUX) do not have this problem, ie the changes to the 
> eudora.ini file are properly written to disk.  I'm using the same config 
> file for both 2.0.9 and 2.2.0. 
> 
> Is this a known problem with 2.2.0?  Any pointers you could provide would
> be appreciated.

I've seen something like this at another site and it sounds like
it has something to do with locking.  Does the bug occur when you
turn strict locking off?  Similarly does it occur when oplocks =
no?

Can you also post the output of smbstatus which should give some
more locking info.


Tim.

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jeff gerard writes:

[...]

> i tried building samba from both SAMBA_2_2 and HEAD CVS, and
> winbind from those as well as APPLIENCE_TNG. i've gotten
> winbind to find the server, displaying lines like:
> 
> server: dc=GRUNION, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
> BLAH: dc=, got_sid=0, sam_hnd=0 sam_dom_hnd=0
> 
> however despite what i've seen on the list i haven't been able
> to make things work. on the windows side i get "incorrect
> password or unknown username" and on the linux side i get
> "domain_client_validate: could not fetch trust account password
> for domain BLAH" in log.smbd.

Your Samba box has to be joined to the domain BLAH.  

> 1. will a working winbind be included in 2.2.1, and roughly when is that
>    release planned for?

Probably.  It's merged into HEAD at the moment.

> 2. until then, which branch(es?) do i build samba and winbindd
> from in order to have them work together && support ACLs?

SAMBA_TNG

> thanks very much for any help y'all can give me. i'm not on the list so a cc:
> would be appreciated, altho i'll be checking the archives.
> 
> jeff
> 
> (and now here's config file details..)
> 
> my [global] from smb.conf:
> 
> [global]
>         winbind cache time = 10
>         template shell = /bin/bash
>         template homedir = /home/%D/%U
>         winbind uid = 10000-20000
>         winbind gid = 10000-20000
>         security = domain		# should this be server? i am not PDC.

Should be domain.


Tim.

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Hello guys,

I'm trying to access a mount point that is created this way

"mount -t smbfs //server1/share1 /home/mountpoint -o rw"

The creates a smb share that I can read and access via FTP using my
username, not root ( I created a Sim link in my Home directory) , but I
can't write or delete....and that is my problem.

Before I run the mount command, the /home/mountpoint is 777 and root:users
have access. But right after the mount command is executed, it's changed to
ROOT:ROOT and only root can write, everyone else can only read and execute.
I have tried changing the rights and it won't works...

this is a share that is on a Win98 machine and the share is full access.
The Linux box is RH7.0, I did upgrade to samba 2.2...

What am I doing wrong????
Please help

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On Sun, 13 May 2001, Andrew Bartlett wrote:

> I can't help on this particular problem, but the attached patch removes
> all references to the orphaned paramater, so as to avoid futher
> confusion.  We probably should also remove the 'status' paramater while
> we are at it.

Nope.  We need to fix 'max connections'  I know site who
depend upon this.







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Can you send your problem in English and Spanish?
logon path is for Win NT/2K
logon home and logon drive for Win9x
------
Puedes enviar tu problema en Ingles y Espanhol?
logon path es para Win NT/2K
logon home and logon drive es para Win9x

Oliver

Maximiliano Petersen wrote:

>Excuse well not to be written in ingles, and uses a translator. The "logon
>path" load neither and my "log files" nor This is my configuration file:
>
>*************************************************************************
># Global parameters
>[global]
>;Basic Server Setting
>        netbios name = NAME
>        workgroup = GROUP
>
>;Soporta Logos
>        domain logons = Yes
>
>        logon path = \\%N\profiles\%U
>
>       logon drive = L:
>       logon home = \\%N\%U
>        logon script = %G.bat
>
>
>;We should act as the domain and local master browser
>        os level = 64
>        preferred master = yes
>
>        domain master = yes
>        local master = yes
>
>;Secuity settings
>        security = user
>
>;encrypty password are a requirement for a PDC
>        encrypt passwords = yes
>        update encrypted = yes
>        passwd program = /usr/bin/passwd %u
>        passwd chat = *New*UNIX*password* %n\n *ReType*new*UNIX*password*
>%n\n *
>passwd:*all*authentication*tokens*updated*successfully*
>
>;Mapa de Usuasrios
>        username map = /etc/samba/smbusers
>        smb passwd file = /etc/samba/smbpasswd
>        domain admin group = @adm
>
>
>        max log size = 50
>        log file = /var/log/samba/log.samba.%M
>        message command = csh -c 'xedit %s;rm %s' &
>        default = homes
>
>
>        dns proxy = No
>        protocol = NT1
>        domain admin users = maxi
>        socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192
>
>;Mensajes a Mandar
>        postexec = echo "%u se desconecto de %S from %m (%I) %T" >>
>/tmp/log.sam
>ba
>        preexec = echo "%u se a conectado de %S from %m (%I) %T" >>
>/tmp/log.sam
>ba
>        server string = Corre en %h la version %v del Samba Server
>
>[homes]
>        comment = Home Directories
>        read only = No
>        create mask = 0775
>        force create mode = 0777
>        directory mask = 0775
>        force directory mode = 0777
>        browseable = No
>
>[profiles]
>        path = /home/usuarios/Profiles
>        writeable = yes
>        create mask = 0600
>        directory mask = 0700
>
>*************************************************************************
>Please Help me
>
>thanks
>
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Use the "Reply to all" in your mail reader.
Don't now why this mailman is configured so.
There is a doc about "reply-to the list" in the mailman
distribution (seems that this is a delicate issue) but I think
"reply-to the list" should be fine here.

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> I think he meant to send this to the list, and as far as I can tell, 
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> To: "'John T. Benedetto'" <jbenedet at unm.edu>
> Subject: RE: swat
>
> I need one person to manage shares and permissions, but i don't want give
> this person root power. Something like users in Webmin.Isn`t possible?
>
> -----Mensaje original-----
> De: John T. Benedetto [mailto:jbenedet at unm.edu]
> Enviado el: viernes, 11 de mayo de 2001 15:58
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> On Fri, 11 May 2001, Pablo Fanjul Gomez wrote:
>
>>     Only root can use full swat?
>>     how can other users make or modify shares using swat?
>>
>>     Thanks.
>
>
> Well... that's the same as what happens in NT, right?  Unless you're the
> admin, you can't make or modify shares on the server.
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> *WHY* would you want "joe average user" to have that kind of power 
> anyway?
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Thanks for the reply

Oliver

Gerald Carter wrote:

>On Sat, 12 May 2001 15:40:06 Oliver Schulze L. wrote:
>
>>in samba 2.0.7 I used the options 'max connections = 1' 
>>for a share. The behavior in 2.0.7 was that if someone
>>has this share mapped to a network drive, and someone 
>>else try to do the same, Samba restricted the
>>access.
>>
>>Now in samba 2.2.0 I configure a share with 'max 
>>connections = 1' and both users can map the share 
>>to a network drive and also browse the share.
>>
>
>Apparently this is our bug.  We are working on fixing it.
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Could someone please tell me how to stop Samba from changing the date on  a
copied file to the copy date.

Thanks,
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At 06:47 PM 5/14/01 -0400, you wrote:
>Hello guys,
>
>I'm trying to access a mount point that is created this way
>
>"mount -t smbfs //server1/share1 /home/mountpoint -o rw"

Try "mount -t smbfs //server1/share1 /home/mountpoint -o 
gid=users,dmask=0777". This should get it to work.


>The creates a smb share that I can read and access via FTP using my
>username, not root ( I created a Sim link in my Home directory) , but I
>can't write or delete....and that is my problem.
>
>Before I run the mount command, the /home/mountpoint is 777 and root:users
>have access. But right after the mount command is executed, it's changed to
>ROOT:ROOT and only root can write, everyone else can only read and execute.
>I have tried changing the rights and it won't works...
>
>this is a share that is on a Win98 machine and the share is full access.
>The Linux box is RH7.0, I did upgrade to samba 2.2...
>
>What am I doing wrong????
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On Tue, May 15, 2001 at 08:44:50AM +1000, Tim Potter wrote:

> Check the last couple of lines in config.log for info on what is
> causing this.  You may not have installed the pam devel package.

Exactly right! But after installing the library (packaging libraries
separately from key OS components should be considered evil) and recompiling
with PAM support I still get:

session setup failed: ERRSRV - ERRbadpw (Bad password - name/password pair
in a Tree Connect or Session Setup are invalid.)

This is an example IMHO of a badly written error message, since the
name/password pair are valid, but somehow the validation is going wrong.

I don't see anything in the system logs to help pinpoint the problem.

Whit

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Hi, folks!

I've got what may seem like a really weird question for you.  I understand 
that this question may be impossible to answer, given MS's lack of coherent 
documentation on the subject, but I'll throw it out for you.

Has SMB/CIFS gotten any better since its inception in 1984?  I know that MS 
has thrown monkey wrenches in with things like customized Kerberos, but 
have things gotten any better?

The only thing I can site is opportunistic locking, which is a really neat 
concept, sited here:

http://playground.sun.com/pub/nfsv4/nfsv4-wg-archive/1999/0135.html

Have their been any other enhancements to SMB/CIFS that anyone would 
consider noteworthy?

Thanks.



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I have 2 Samba 2.2.0 servers ( One SuSE Linux and One Solaris x86 2.6)
installed at different locations. Both act as PAC's and both were
complied from source with default options. Both allow loggias to the
domain and for local profiles and neither has roaming profiles
completely updating (yet).

The Line server will not allow users with roaming profiles to start
Wordperfect Office 2000. I get an error on start up,

    "Cannot Initialize" Access Violation 0xc0000005 Address: 0x004df0a8"

I don't know where ot go to try to resolve it. It's obviously some kind
of permissions problem but I don't know where to go next.

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Whit Blauvelt writes:

> > Check the last couple of lines in config.log for info on what is
> > causing this.  You may not have installed the pam devel package.
> 
> Exactly right! But after installing the library (packaging libraries
> separately from key OS components should be considered evil) and recompiling
> with PAM support I still get:
> 
> session setup failed: ERRSRV - ERRbadpw (Bad password - name/password pair
> in a Tree Connect or Session Setup are invalid.)

OK - are you using encrypted passwords or not?  If so then you
need to use smbpasswd to create passwords for every user who
needs to connect.

> This is an example IMHO of a badly written error message, since the
> name/password pair are valid, but somehow the validation is going wrong.

Well for security reasons there is no distinction made between a
valid name and incorrect password vs a invalid name and incorrect
password. 


Tim.

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On Tue, May 15, 2001 at 10:40:24AM +1000, Tim Potter wrote:

> OK - are you using encrypted passwords or not?  If so then you
> need to use smbpasswd to create passwords for every user who
> needs to connect.

Thanks for your patience. Thought I mentioned that I'm using encrypted
passwords in the original post. That was the answer, and here's why it was
obscure, in case someone should want to avoid seeing questions on this level
come back at the list time-and-again:

Where I went wrong was in following UNIX_INSTALL.html, which doesn't even
mention smbpasswd; it just suggests you follow its sparse directions and
should be working. Then DIAGNOSIS.txt, which UNIX_INSTALL.html refers you to
for problems, doesn't include the word 'smbpasswd,' although it does say
somewhat cryptically that perhaps "- you enabled password encryption but
didn't create the SMB encrypted password file." Which makes plenty of sense
once you know what it means, but to be useful to those who don't already
have the answer should mention (1) what the file is named and lives and (2)
how to create it - creating it should have been a stop in UNIX_INSTALL.html
to begin with. I think on my last install a year ago (where in checking the
archives I did end up creating smbpasswd) there was a better installation
recipe available, possibly on the Samba website?

IMHO, Samba should include a more precisely phrased and completely detailed
INSTALL file in the root of the tar, following standard open source practice
(and in plain text - lynx is not as handy or readable as the user's favorite
editor, and the file doesn't necessarily end up where other browsers can be
easily pointed at it - and plain text is arguably preferable even then). As
an example, the mod_ssl instructions at
http://www.modssl.org/source/exp/mod_ssl/pkg.mod_ssl/INSTALL are a model of
clear detailing.

Hey, everybody's a critic ;>

Whit

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AFAIK, requesting 10000 files is like saying "list all".  I get the same
message in my logs, and it hasn't caused any problems.  I'm pretty sure it
is normal.

You might want to check that samba doesn't allow user nobody, because it
appears as though it does in your setup, and you don't have an
system account for it.  It's probably just filling up your logs with
errors like the one below.  be aware also that 2.0.7 had an unrelated
security bug and you might want to consider getting it patched up.

- M.

On Mon, 14 May 2001 murali at epiphany.com wrote:

> Greetings!
>
> Down loaded, compiled with gcc & installed Samba 2.0.7 on Solaris 7(Sparc).
> It
> appears that the log.smb has this error regarding open files.
>
> 1.	Does this mean, The NT/Win2K clients are requesting 10K open files?
> Because,
> 	the samba configuration file does not have any entry for this
> parameter.
>
> 2.	If the Clients are requesting this many open files, Can I able to
> detect
> 	which NT/Win2K system is requesting this?
>
> 3.	When ever, I start Samba, only nmbd is running (not smbd)
>
> Any help/pointers would be very much appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
> Murali
>
>
> Here is the out put of log.smb
>
> [2001/05/14 15:41:51, 1] smbd/server.c:main(641)
>   smbd version 2.0.7 started.
>   Copyright Andrew Tridgell 1992-1998
> [2001/05/14 15:41:51, 1] smbd/files.c:file_init(216)
>   file_init: Information only: requested 10000 open files, 4086 are
> available.
> [2001/05/14 15:41:51, 1] smbd/reply.c:reply_sesssetup_and_X(988)
>   Username nobody is invalid on this system
> [2001/05/14 15:41:51, 1] smbd/server.c:main(641)
>   smbd version 2.0.7 started.
>   Copyright Andrew Tridgell 1992-1998
>

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----- Original Message -----
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> On Mon, 14 May 2001, Dmitry Melekhov wrote:
>
> > how to use CVS, or, at least, please write on site how to download 2.2
> > branch,i.e. complete comman line. I'm Linux admin with 3 years of
> > experience, but .... ;)))
>
> http://us1.samba.org/samba/cvs.html
>
I mean that I want info about how to download 2.2 branch without reading
man.
There is command line for HEAD download and info that 2.2 is also available
:)

Wire connection and Windows reinstallation senior engineer
Dmitry Melekhov
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On Tue, 15 May 2001 10:21:38 +1000, Andrew Minett (IVT) wrote:

>Could someone please tell me how to stop Samba from changing the date on  a
>copied file to the copy date.

Good luck.. I have asked 3 times with no response.
You must be using 2.2... are you?
I did not have this problem with 2.0.7

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> >Could someone please tell me how to stop Samba from changing the date on  a
> >copied file to the copy date.
> 
> Good luck.. I have asked 3 times with no response.
> You must be using 2.2... are you?
> I did not have this problem with 2.0.7

You are taking a copy of it today, so the creation time of the copy is today.

Why would you want the time of the original file, for a copy that was created
only today?

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On Tue, 15 May 2001 13:57:29 +1000 (EST), Grant wrote:

>> >Could someone please tell me how to stop Samba from changing the date on  a
>> >copied file to the copy date.
>> 
>> Good luck.. I have asked 3 times with no response.
>> You must be using 2.2... are you?
>> I did not have this problem with 2.0.7
>
>You are taking a copy of it today, so the creation time of the copy is today.
>Why would you want the time of the original file, for a copy that was created
>only today?

A few examples of reasons

1- Have cleanups which can be easily done through scripts on my
unix box. The cleanups are based on dates. If the files get all
the same date when I move them then the cleanup won't work as
desired.

2- Moving files for archival reasons and may have directory
structures with several copies of the same file in different
directory. If their original file date/time is not preserved I
would not know which one is the latest.

3- The samba server is used for emergency storage to move files
to it when other servers run out of space, yet we don't know
what we can delete. When someone familiar with the original
server shows up it usually helps if the file dates are
preserved. For instance a "*.bak" file from 6 months ago has a
lot less changes of been of any use than a "*.bak" file from
just a few days ago.

4- We have files for which the time they are created is
important wen we have to research problems. The directory where
these files are gets a few thousand files per day. Once or twice
a week I cleanup the directory. Before, I would move the files
to the Unix machine and then zip them. Now I have had to zip
them on the NT machine, even thought, the files are on a server
(therefore creating more traffic). It used to be much
easier/better/faster when I was able to move them first and then
zip them on the Unix box... And for anyone who thinks that
zipping them on the NT machine and then copying them is the best
way... then you may want to try zipping 4K+ files reading them
from a network server.

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<-snip
> I do know for a fact the VC6 is working on his site. If this is not
> working I can ask if he can send us the smb.conf file.
> That would be very nice. Either that, or maybe I could get in contact with
> him?
I have asked him, as soon as I receove the config I'll post it directly to you 
and on the samba list.

Ries

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Hi.

I have setup my samba server .  when I started ,It's OK  the message
said.
when I check and  write #samba status , the message said smbd stop ,
nmbd stop
what happen with my samba server ?? How to set it coreect so I can share
my files with other computer near me . 

thanx

Anthony L

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On Mon, 14 May 2001, Tym Rehm wrote:

> At 06:47 PM 5/14/01 -0400, you wrote:
> >Hello guys,
> >
> >I'm trying to access a mount point that is created this way
> >
> >"mount -t smbfs //server1/share1 /home/mountpoint -o rw"
> 
> Try "mount -t smbfs //server1/share1 /home/mountpoint -o 
> gid=users,dmask=0777". This should get it to work.

Note that you will want to force file permissions (fmask) as well as the
directory permissions (dmask).

gid=group,dmask=0775,fmask=0775
or
uid=user,dmask=0755,fmask=0775

Where group is the groupname of the group you want to have access or user
the username (or both).

/Urban

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On Mon, 14 May 2001, Tym Rehm wrote:

> I'm pretty sure that it is running at 100 Mbps. Here this what is happening.
> I have this RH6.2 machine "smbmount" multiple (10) NT shares. If I ftp to
> the shares and copy a file, it is very slow (200 Kbytes/sec). If I ftp just
> to the machine and copy the same file the speed is wonderful (3151
> Kbytes/sec). Same thing if I'm using NT to browse to the Samba machine and
> copy files. I just trying install Samba 2.2 from the RPM at samba.org and
> this didn't help. Is smbmount the problem or the NT machine? Again, Thanks
> for the help.

I wouldn't use smbfs ("smbmount") to do speed comparisons. I suspect it
isn't very fast, although I don't have any numbers.

Try comparing with smbclient instead. Of course, you are also saying
something about NT -> smbd being slow (NT <- smbd?) and that could be just
networking (full vs half duplex is a common problem with 100Mbps).

/Urban

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> > 2. until then, which branch(es?) do i build samba and winbindd
> > from in order to have them work together && support ACLs?
> 
> SAMBA_TNG
> 
	Does SAMBA_TNG include ACL support ? 





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Hi,

Has anyone seen the following problem:

Kernel:          2.2.18 (running) & 2.4.0 (tested)
Samba Version:   2.0.7
Remote Client:   Win98 SE

Remote setup:    Two partitions, both formatted as VFAT
                 First disk has volume label 'WIN9X' (shared as 'C')
                 Second disk has volume label 'DATA' (shared as 'D')

Scenario:        Remote backup of workstations

Remote Share:    \\CENTAURI\D


Description
===========
When I do an SMBmount to the win98 machine, I don't see a subdir called
DATA, I see a file entry instead, with zero length.  On closer examination I
find that the Disk volume label on the Win98 share (DATA) is the same as a
subdir on the root. The net effect is that you cannot backup this
subdirectory. If I rename either the disk or the subdir, then I can access
the sub-dir.  What the SMB code seems to pickup is the volume label entry
(which it should ignore). 

If I mount the share from another Windoze machine, it works fine, allowing
access to the DATA sub-dir.


Re-creation of problem
======================
1. Set disk label on Win98 machine to DATA (C: Drive?)
2. Share this drive (C: ?) - share name doesn't matter
3. Create a sub-dir on the root of this drive (C: ?) called DATA
4. Mount the win98 share 
5. View the mounted directory.

Has anyone else seen this problem and found a solution (or am I missing
something here?)


Rgds, 

Simon Thornton 

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Hi all,

Is this list one of those "...has discontinued support for..." stuff?

No? Well, I'm still waiting for answers to my very quick (obsolete?)
questions :

1. I'm still using workable (non-obsolete as far as I'm concerned)
samba-1.9.15p8
2.  Does above version support WINS (1st quick question)
3.  While printing from my Samba-enabled server to Win95/98 printers works
fine, printing from my Win95/98  machines to my server's parallel port
printer is OK for first few lines, and then we get junk. What gives? (2nd
quick question)


I guarantee I will not bother you again once I get the quick answers :)

TIA
Mark.

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On Tue, 15 May 2001 10:31:36 +0200, you wrote:

>When I do an SMBmount to the win98 machine, I don't see a subdir called
>DATA, I see a file entry instead, with zero length.  On closer examination I
>find that the Disk volume label on the Win98 share (DATA) is the same as a
Yes, yes!  I'm happy not to be alone :-)

Urban kindly provided this fix that worked for me in 2.2.16

--- fs/smbfs/proc.c.orig    Wed Sep 20 23:54:27 2000
+++ fs/smbfs/proc.c Wed Sep 20 23:56:59 2000
@@ -1453,6 +1453,11 @@
 static void
 smb_finish_dirent(struct smb_sb_info *server, struct smb_fattr *fattr)
 {
+   /* workaround for win95 giving back a volume label and not a directory
+   if there is a dir with the same name as the volume label. sigh. */
+   if ((server->mnt->version & SMB_FIX_WIN95) && (fattr->attr & aVOLID))
+       fattr->attr |= aDIR;
+
    fattr->f_mode = server->mnt->file_mode;
    if (fattr->attr & aDIR)
    {


However, it does not compile on 2.2.19 (has the same problem), never tried
2.2.18.

2.2.19 does not define SMB_FIX_WIN95 and other things with server->mnt->version.

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Whit Blauvelt wrote:
> 
> On Tue, May 15, 2001 at 08:44:50AM +1000, Tim Potter wrote:
> 
> > Check the last couple of lines in config.log for info on what is
> > causing this.  You may not have installed the pam devel package.
> 
> Exactly right! But after installing the library (packaging libraries
> separately from key OS components should be considered evil) and recompiling
> with PAM support I still get:
> 
> session setup failed: ERRSRV - ERRbadpw (Bad password - name/password pair
> in a Tree Connect or Session Setup are invalid.)
> 
> This is an example IMHO of a badly written error message, since the
> name/password pair are valid, but somehow the validation is going wrong.

Its a perfectly valid error message, all smbclient gets is the
'ERRbadpw', it has to work the rest out for itself.

> 
> I don't see anything in the system logs to help pinpoint the problem.

What do you have in your /etc/pam.d/samba, and what is in you samba
logfiles?  

Could you try turning up the logging level?

Andrew Bartlett

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> I mean that I want info about how to download 2.2 branch without
> reading man.
> There is command line for HEAD download and info that 2.2 is also
> available

go to http://pserver.samba.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb/samba/

there,you'll have a menu at the bottom listing the different versions 
in cvs,here's how to get the 2.2 release of samba:

export CVSROOT=:pserver:cvs at pserver.samba.org:/cvsroot

cvs login (the password is cvs)

cvs -z3 checkout -r SAMBA_2_2_RELEASE samba

to get the alpha 2.6 release:

cvs -z3 checkout -r release-alpha-2-6 samba

good luck

Alain Toussaint

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Hi there,

I've been trying to setup samba as a print server for several days -
unfortunately without success.

Every time I want to install a printer driver or modify printer options I
get the following error message:

[2001/05/15 14:09:01, 0]
rpc_server/srv_spoolss.c:api_spoolss_setprinterdata(933)
  spoolss_io_q_setprinterdata: unable to unmarshall SPOOL_Q_SETPRINTERDATA.
[2001/05/15 14:09:01, 0] rpc_server/srv_pipe.c:api_rpcTNP(1215)
  api_rpcTNP: api_spoolss_rpc: SPOOLSS_SETPRINTERDATA failed.

When I view printer options, I cannot find any printer port!

SuSE 7.1, Samba 2.2.0, NT 4.0 Client, I tried out all hints from the list
and followed all instructions in the updated faq.

Please help me.

Martin


[global]
   workgroup = MPREIS
   guest account = ftp
   keep alive = 30
   kernel oplocks = false
   security = domain
   password server = MP-PDC
   encrypt passwords = yes
   printer admin = root martinh @msadmin
   syslog = 1000
   syslog only = yes
   username map = /etc/smbusers
   load printers = yes
   local master =   no

[homes]
   comment = Heimatverzeichnis
   browseable = no
   read only = no
   create mode = 0750

[print$]
   path=/usr/local/samba/printers
   guest ok = yes
   browseable = yes
   read only = yes
   write list = root martinh @msadmin

[printers]
   comment = All Printers
   printable = yes
   create mode = 0700
   directory = /tmp

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Hi there,

where could I get a samba 2.2.0 rpm for RedHat  7.1 ? Sorry im fairly
new linux user. Or could me someone explain how could I compile the c
code bymyself ? (with make ?! )

Thanks a lot!

Patrick

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Hello

We have a really big problem. Printing with SAMBA 2.2 on
AIX 4.3.3 seems to work ok for a time. But after a random amount of time (a few hours maybe), jobs can be sent to the queue from the clients but never appear in any queue on the AIX system. They just disappear. We're really under pressure from our users
(they're getting quite upset), so any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Urs Baumeler

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One other thing to check is your MTU settings on the Samba server and Samba
client.  Our ISP went PPPoE recently forgetting to tell us about the MTU
settings, we have a mailserver visible on the internet, and SMTP sessions
were hanging.  I changed the MTU settings on the mailserver, and on the
PDC(samba 2.2) just for good measure, only to find that internal access to
these machines were horribly slow.  I ended up having to modify all the
clients to the same MTU settings.

Again, this might not have anything to do with the cause of your slowdown,
but if all else fails, make sure you verify these settings.

Mark


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On Mon, 14 May 2001, Tym Rehm wrote:

> I'm pretty sure that it is running at 100 Mbps. Here this what is
happening.
> I have this RH6.2 machine "smbmount" multiple (10) NT shares. If I ftp to
> the shares and copy a file, it is very slow (200 Kbytes/sec). If I ftp
just
> to the machine and copy the same file the speed is wonderful (3151
> Kbytes/sec). Same thing if I'm using NT to browse to the Samba machine and
> copy files. I just trying install Samba 2.2 from the RPM at samba.org and
> this didn't help. Is smbmount the problem or the NT machine? Again, Thanks
> for the help.

I wouldn't use smbfs ("smbmount") to do speed comparisons. I suspect it
isn't very fast, although I don't have any numbers.

Try comparing with smbclient instead. Of course, you are also saying
something about NT -> smbd being slow (NT <- smbd?) and that could be just
networking (full vs half duplex is a common problem with 100Mbps).

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Hello Mark,
Well 1.9.15p8 may not be obsolete to you, but to most of the rest of us
it sure is.  The oldest book I've got (Blair's "Samba Integrating Unix and
Windows")
only goes as far back at 1.9.18...  But in 1.8.18 Samba DOES support wins,
both as a 
wins server, and as a wins client, and this was not listed as a 'new'
feature for 1.9.18.
Check out the smb.conf parameters wins support=yes (to act as a wins server)
or wins server=ipaddress (to act as a wins client) - has to be one or the
other, NEVER have both of these parameters in your smb.conf file.

As for your second question, I'm afraid I have no idea.

Hope this helps,
Don

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Hi all,

Is this list one of those "...has discontinued support for..." stuff?

No? Well, I'm still waiting for answers to my very quick (obsolete?)
questions :

1. I'm still using workable (non-obsolete as far as I'm concerned)
samba-1.9.15p8
2.  Does above version support WINS (1st quick question)
3.  While printing from my Samba-enabled server to Win95/98 printers works
fine, printing from my Win95/98  machines to my server's parallel port
printer is OK for first few lines, and then we get junk. What gives? (2nd
quick question)


I guarantee I will not bother you again once I get the quick answers :)

TIA
Mark.
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I know samba encrypts passwords over the wire, but does it also encrypt the 
data transmission?

thanks


Steven H. Baeighkley  

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On Tue, 15 May 2001 bme at ten.ch wrote:

> Hello
> 
> We have a really big problem. Printing with SAMBA 2.2 on
> AIX 4.3.3 seems to work ok for a time. 
>But after a random amount of time (a few hours maybe), jobs
> can be sent to the queue from the clients but never appear 
>in any queue on the AIX system. 
>They just disappear. We're really under pressure from our users
> (they're getting quite upset), so any help would be greatly appreciated.
> 

It happens the same thing to me (linux debian 2.2rev2), last week. I
reboot my samba server, and
for the moment things are working.
In my case  only nt clients were not able to print, jobs were sent to the
queue from clients, but never appeared in any queue on linux system.
Win98 clients were still able to print.



> Thanks,
> 
> Urs Baumeler
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Hi,

If you have an /etc/printcap with multiple printer entries of
the form:

  alias1|alias2|alias3|alias...

Samba exports the sharenames incorrectly in the following fashion:

  Entry#  sharename
    1     alias1
    2     alias2
    3     alias3

I have attached my printcap, smb.conf and "smbclient -L server -U%"
output to demonstrate the error.

The error is also evident when browsing the shares from Windows 98
Network Neighborhood.

Regards,
Neil Darlow.

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#
# This enables a simple local "raw" printer, hooked up to the first
# parallel port.  No kind of filtering is done, so everything you
# pass to the "lpr" command will be printed unmodified.
#
# Remember, for further print queues you're going to add, you have to
# chose different spool directories (the "sd" capability below),
# otherwise you will greatly confuse lpd.
#
# For some advanced printing, have a look at the "apsfilter" package.
# It plugs into the lpd system, allowing you to print a variety of
# different file types by converting everything to PostScript(tm)
# format.  If you don't have a PostScript(tm) printer, don't panic,
# but do also install the "ghostscript" package.
#
# Do also refer to section 7 (Printing) of the handbook.  A local copy
# can be found under /usr/share/doc/handbook/handbook.{html,latin1}.
#
# Banner pages are now suppressed by default.  Remove the :sh:
# capability to turn them back on.
#
#lp|local line printer:\
#	:sh:\
#	:lp=/dev/lpt0:sd=/var/spool/output/lpd:lf=/var/log/lpd-errs:
#
# Sample remote printer.  The physical printer is on machine "lphost".
# NB: you cannot perform any kind of local filtering directly.  If
# you need local filters (e.g. LF -> CR-LF conversion for HP printers),
# create a filter script that recursively calls lpd with another -P
# argument after filtering.
#
#remote|sample remote printer:\
#	:sh:\
#	:rm=lphost:sd=/var/spool/output/lphost:lf=/var/log/lpd-errs:
#
# Simple Russian printer with hardware CP866 character set, output filter
# used for KOI8-R -> CP866 conversion
#
#lp|Russian local line printer:\
#	:sh:of=/usr/libexec/lpr/ru/koi2alt:\
#	:lp=/dev/lpt0:sd=/var/spool/output/lpd:lf=/var/log/lpd-errs:
#

ascii|lp1|djet500-a4-ascii-mono|djet500 ascii mono:\
	:lp=:\
	:rm=ideal:\
	:rp=ascii:\
	:sd=/var/spool/lpd/djet500-a4-ascii-mono:\
	:lf=/var/spool/lpd/djet500-a4-ascii-mono/errs:\
	:af=/var/spool/lpd/djet500-a4-ascii-mono/acct:\
	:mx#0:\
	:sh:

lp|lp2|djet500-a4-auto-mono|djet500 auto mono:\
	:lp=:\
	:rm=ideal:\
	:rp=lp:\
	:sd=/var/spool/lpd/djet500-a4-auto-mono:\
	:lf=/var/spool/lpd/djet500-a4-auto-mono/errs:\
	:af=/var/spool/lpd/djet500-a4-auto-mono/acct:\
	:mx#0:\
	:sh:

raw|lp3|djet500-a4-raw|djet500 auto raw:\
	:lp=:\
	:rm=ideal:\
	:rp=raw:\
	:sd=/var/spool/lpd/djet500-a4-raw:\
	:lf=/var/spool/lpd/djet500-a4-raw/errs:\
	:af=/var/spool/lpd/djet500-a4-raw/acct:\
	:mx#0:\
	:sh:
# This is the main Samba configuration file. You should read the
# smb.conf(5) manual page in order to understand the options listed
# here. Samba has a huge number of configurable options (perhaps too
# many!) most of which are not shown in this example
#
# Any line which starts with a ; (semi-colon) or a # (hash)
# is a comment and is ignored. In this example we will use a #
# for commentry and a ; for parts of the config file that you
# may wish to enable
#
# NOTE: Whenever you modify this file you should run the command "testparm"
# to check that you have not many any basic syntactic errors.
#
#======================= Global Settings
=====================================
[global]

# workgroup = NT-Domain-Name or Workgroup-Name, eg: REDHAT4
   workgroup = WORKGROUP

# server string is the equivalent of the NT Description field
   server string = Samba Server

# This option is important for security. It allows you to restrict
# connections to machines which are on your local network. The
# following example restricts access to two C class networks and
# the "loopback" interface. For more examples of the syntax see
# the smb.conf man page
   hosts allow = 192.168.0. 127.

# If you want to automatically load your printer list rather
# than setting them up individually then you'll need this
   load printers = yes

# you may wish to override the location of the printcap file
;   printcap name = /etc/printcap

# on SystemV system setting printcap name to lpstat should allow
# you to automatically obtain a printer list from the SystemV spool
# system
;   printcap name = lpstat

# It should not be necessary to specify the print system type unless
# it is non-standard. Currently supported print systems include:
# bsd, sysv, plp, lprng, aix, hpux, qnx
;   printing = bsd

# Uncomment this if you want a guest account, you must add this to
/etc/passwd
# otherwise the user "nobody" is used
;  guest account = pcguest

# this tells Samba to use a separate log file for each machine
# that connects
   log file = /var/log/log.%m

# Put a capping on the size of the log files (in Kb).
   max log size = 50

# Security mode. Most people will want user level security. See
# security_level.txt for details.
   security = user

# Use password server option only with security = server
;   password server = <NT-Server-Name>

# You may wish to use password encryption. Please read
# ENCRYPTION.txt, Win95.txt and WinNT.txt in the Samba documentation.
# Do not enable this option unless you have read those documents
   encrypt passwords = yes

# Using the following line enables you to customise your configuration
# on a per machine basis. The %m gets replaced with the netbios name
# of the machine that is connecting
;   include = /usr/local/etc/smb.conf.%m

# Most people will find that this option gives better performance.
# See speed.txt and the manual pages for details
   socket options = TCP_NODELAY

# Configure Samba to use multiple interfaces
# If you have multiple network interfaces then you must list them
# here. See the man page for details.
   interfaces = 192.168.0.1/255.255.255.0

# Browser Control Options:
# set local master to no if you don't want Samba to become a master
# browser on your network. Otherwise the normal election rules apply
;   local master = no

# OS Level determines the precedence of this server in master browser
# elections. The default value should be reasonable
;   os level = 33

# Domain Master specifies Samba to be the Domain Master Browser. This
# allows Samba to collate browse lists between subnets. Don't use this
# if you already have a Windows NT domain controller doing this job
   domain master = yes

# Preferred Master causes Samba to force a local browser election on startup
# and gives it a slightly higher chance of winning the election
;   preferred master = yes

# Use only if you have an NT server on your network that has been
# configured at install time to be a primary domain controller.
;   domain controller = <NT-Domain-Controller-SMBName>

# Enable this if you want Samba to be a domain logon server for
# Windows95 workstations.
;   domain logons = yes

# if you enable domain logons then you may want a per-machine or
# per user logon script
# run a specific logon batch file per workstation (machine)
;   logon script = %m.bat
# run a specific logon batch file per username
;   logon script = %U.bat

# Where to store roving profiles (only for Win95 and WinNT)
#        %L substitutes for this servers netbios name, %U is username
#        You must uncomment the [Profiles] share below
;   logon path = \\%L\Profiles\%U

# Windows Internet Name Serving Support Section:
# WINS Support - Tells the NMBD component of Samba to enable it's WINS Server
   wins support = yes

# WINS Server - Tells the NMBD components of Samba to be a WINS Client
#	Note: Samba can be either a WINS Server, or a WINS Client, but NOT both
;   wins server = w.x.y.z

# WINS Proxy - Tells Samba to answer name resolution queries on
# behalf of a non WINS capable client, for this to work there must be
# at least one	WINS Server on the network. The default is NO.
;   wins proxy = yes

# DNS Proxy - tells Samba whether or not to try to resolve NetBIOS names
# via DNS nslookups. The built-in default for versions 1.9.17 is yes,
# this has been changed in version 1.9.18 to no.
;   dns proxy = no

# Client codepage settings
   client code page=850

# Time Server - Tells the NMBD components of Samba to be a Time Server
   time server = yes

#============================ Share Definitions
==============================
[homes]
   comment = Home Directories
   path = /home/samba/%u
   browseable = no
   writeable = yes

# Un-comment the following and create the netlogon directory for Domain
Logons
; [netlogon]
;   comment = Network Logon Service
;   path = /usr/local/samba/lib/netlogon
;   guest ok = yes
;   writeable = no
;   share modes = no


# Un-comment the following to provide a specific roving profile share
# the default is to use the user's home directory
;[Profiles]
;    path = /usr/local/samba/profiles
;    browseable = no
;    guest ok = yes


# NOTE: If you have a BSD-style print system there is no need to
# specifically define each individual printer
[printers]
   comment = All Printers
   path = /var/spool/samba
   browseable = no
# Set public = yes to allow user 'guest account' to print
   guest ok = no
   writeable = no
   printable = yes

# This one is useful for people to share files
;[tmp]
;   comment = Temporary file space
;   path = /tmp
;   read only = no
;   public = yes

# A publicly accessible directory, but read only, except for people in
# the "staff" group
;[public]
;   comment = Public Stuff
;   path = /home/samba
;   public = yes
;   writeable = yes
;   printable = no
;   write list = @staff

# Other examples.
#
# A private printer, usable only by fred. Spool data will be placed in fred's
# home directory. Note that fred must have write access to the spool
directory,
# wherever it is.
;[fredsprn]
;   comment = Fred's Printer
;   valid users = fred
;   path = /homes/fred
;   printer = freds_printer
;   public = no
;   writeable = no
;   printable = yes

# A private directory, usable only by fred. Note that fred requires write
# access to the directory.
;[fredsdir]
;   comment = Fred's Service
;   path = /usr/somewhere/private
;   valid users = fred
;   public = no
;   writeable = yes
;   printable = no

# a service which has a different directory for each machine that connects
# this allows you to tailor configurations to incoming machines. You could
# also use the %U option to tailor it by user name.
# The %m gets replaced with the machine name that is connecting.
;[pchome]
;  comment = PC Directories
;  path = /usr/pc/%m
;  public = no
;  writeable = yes

# A publicly accessible directory, read/write to all users. Note that all
files
# created in the directory by users will be owned by the default user, so
# any user with access can delete any other user's files. Obviously this
# directory must be writeable by the default user. Another user could of
course
# be specified, in which case all files would be owned by that user instead.
;[public]
;   path = /usr/somewhere/else/public
;   public = yes
;   only guest = yes
;   writeable = yes
;   printable = no

# The following two entries demonstrate how to share a directory so that two
# users can place files there that will be owned by the specific users. In
this
# setup, the directory should be writeable by both users and should have the
# sticky bit set on it to prevent abuse. Obviously this could be extended to
# as many users as required.
;[myshare]
;   comment = Mary's and Fred's stuff
;   path = /usr/somewhere/shared
;   valid users = mary fred
;   public = no
;   writeable = yes
;   printable = no
;   create mask = 0765
added interface ip=192.168.0.3 bcast=192.168.0.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
Domain=[WORKGROUP] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 2.2.0]

	Sharename      Type      Comment
	---------      ----      -------
	IPC$           IPC       IPC Service (Samba Server)
	ADMIN$         Disk      IPC Service (Samba Server)
	ascii          Printer   djet500-a4-ascii-mono
	lp2            Printer   djet500-a4-auto-mono
	djet500-a4-ra  Printer   djet500 auto raw

	Server               Comment
	---------            -------
	ROUTER               Samba Server

	Workgroup            Master
	---------            -------
	WORKGROUP            ROUTER

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Hi,

  I know I should know this but it's my first attempt to join a Win2K machine
to a 2.2 domain and I'm getting the infamous "procedure number out of range".
I'm logged on to the machine as local administrator and it's currently in a
workgroup. The machine account does exist in smbpasswd.

Any ideas?

TIA,
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Hello !

On Tue, 8 May 2001, Francesco Canessa wrote:

> Dear Frends,

> fails the installation. Unfortunately the printer installation
> procedure recognizes that a printer is shared by Samba but it does not
> recognize that it is an HP DJ 840C (the model showed is: "NO DRIVER
> AVAILABLE FOR THIS PRINTER").

I had the same problem and found a workaround in the HELP of Win-2000,
that works for me:

Add a local printer (instead of a network printer)
     In the port column, click a port, which for example has the form
vexpert:lw2
     If there isn't such a port, then create a new LPR port (Specify:
vexpert and lw?). If you can't choose the entry "LPR
     port", then you have to install the network protocoll "MS
TCP/Printing"
     Choose the newly created port and continue the usual way



Hope it helps: Toni.

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Anthony,
Not enough information.
what version of samba?
what version and type of OS are you running it on
HOW are you starting smbd and nmbd?
Look at the log.smb and log.nmb and see what the last messages 
written to the log file are.
use ps -ef|grep -e smbd -e nmbd  to see if the daemons show up
as processes.
check to see if you are getting a core file in the directory where
you are starting smbd & nmbd.

Hope this helps,
Don

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From: Anthony Liberty [mailto:thony at eed.trisakti.ac.id]
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Subject: my samba server failed when it started ???


Hi.

I have setup my samba server .  when I started ,It's OK  the message
said.
when I check and  write #samba status , the message said smbd stop ,
nmbd stop
what happen with my samba server ?? How to set it coreect so I can share
my files with other computer near me . 

thanx

Anthony L
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http://www.samba.org

Pick your closest mirror, then look in the "Samba News" section on the
first page, paragraph 3.  The RPM is for redhat 7.0, but works just fine
on 7.1 ;>)

-- Mike

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> 
> 
> Hi there,
> 
> where could I get a samba 2.2.0 rpm for RedHat  7.1 ? Sorry im fairly
> new linux user. Or could me someone explain how could I compile the c
> code bymyself ? (with make ?! )
> 
> Thanks a lot!
> 
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On Sun, 13 May 2001 21:45:19 Nima Negahban wrote:
>
> The service pack 2 that has just been released for windows 
> 2000 breaks samba 2.2 compatibility. The roaming profile 
> system ceases to work , and the user fails to properly log on. 
>  
> I was just wondering is they're any kind of work around 
? in the works?

Not yet.  We've haven't had time to look at it yet.






Cheers, jerry
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On Tue, 15 May 2001, Steven H. Baeighkley wrote:

> I know samba encrypts passwords over the wire, but does it also encrypt the
> data transmission?

No.  You can enable SSL support betyween smbclient and Samba, but MS
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> Hi,
>
>   I know I should know this but it's my first attempt to join a Win2K machine
> to a 2.2 domain and I'm getting the infamous "procedure number out of range".
> I'm logged on to the machine as local administrator and it's currently in a
> workgroup. The machine account does exist in smbpasswd.

Are you using a root account when prompted for a username and password?
Does the account exists in /etc/passwd?  Are the uids this same in
/etc/passwd and smbpasswd?





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Hi,

I have a samba 2.2.0 server acting as printer server. It is not the PDC.
But all authentication and disk share are working well.

My problem is for sharing printer, and specially about drivers
upload/download from/to a windows NT client.

I have declared [print$] as :

[print$]
    path = /usr/local/samba/drivers
    read only = yes
    browseable = yes
    guest ok = yes
    write list = mma  (<- me)

I create the right directory tree in the print$ path. And the user mma
can read/write the ntdrivers.tdb file.

When  I try, from a NT Client, to install drivers on the samba host
using the NT add Printer Wizard (APW), the files are upload to the samba
drivers dir (print$), but it failed to finish. I have not defined any
addprinter command, because I don't know what to use for. (I made a
simple script which had the printer in the smb.conf file using argument
done to the script, but the result was the same).

When I use rpcclient to 'enumdrivers', I can see some drivers install
via the APW (but failed!).

Is someone can help me ? I will be able to give him the full information
about what I've done.

Thanks

Matthieu MARC
Netcelo - VPN Internet Enabler
http://www.netcelo.com/

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Doh!  Sorry, I'm used to the old days when being an admin user was enough. How
come we can't do that BTW?

Thanks,
Greg

On 15-May-01 Gerald Carter wrote:
> On Tue, 15 May 2001, Greg Dickie wrote:
> 
>> Hi,
>>
>>   I know I should know this but it's my first attempt to join a Win2K
>>   machine
>> to a 2.2 domain and I'm getting the infamous "procedure number out of
>> range".
>> I'm logged on to the machine as local administrator and it's currently in a
>> workgroup. The machine account does exist in smbpasswd.
> 
> Are you using a root account when prompted for a username and password?
> Does the account exists in /etc/passwd?  Are the uids this same in
> /etc/passwd and smbpasswd?
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
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On Tue, 15 May 2001, Greg Dickie wrote:

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>
> Doh!  Sorry, I'm used to the old days when being an admin user was
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Eventually you will (when we get proper NT domain group support).
Also remember that the 'domain admin user' is broken and has been removed
in the latest 2.2 CVS code.  Use 'domain admin group' instaed (better
documented in the man page now).







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Okay, swat isn't part of the standard samba-2.2.0 install. So I go to the
swat directory and see:

"Installation
------------

"After you compile SWAT you need to run "make install" to install the
swat binary and the various help files and images...."

But there is nothing to compile under the swat directory. There's no mention
of swat in docs/textdocs or in Manifest, and swat.8.html in docs/htmldocs
has the exact same language as above.

Excuse me, but where are the instructions and source for compiling swat for
Samba 2.2? Great set of programs, and enormous contribution; but how can
something be released as other than a beta when it doesn't even have
complete installation instructions in an obvious place? Like, I know all the
programmers involved are brilliant, this is invaluably great code once
installed ... but please recruit a technical writer of basic competence to
help put the source packages together. This is the worst-documented source
of any major *nix package. Certainly y'all are sort of aware of this?

Does Samba 2.2 even really include swat? If not, why no mention that it's
missing?

Whit

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Not sure who is maintaining the UK site but binaries for 2.0.7 from mid 2000
were there. However, no recent updates on Samba versions or 2.2 at all
even in the news URL http://uk.samba.org/samba/samba.html which is where I
started.

I assume you have no central way of updating mirror sites even with news - of
course
there's a risk of hitting resource limits on remote sites if you exported
downloads but perhaps
"the news" could be kept up to date with minimal risks.

I updated and skimmed the US site to get what I wanted with no trouble.
That will keep me busy for a while.

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I'm trying to access a 17GB file across samba for a video encoding
project.

My samba server is redhat linux 2.4.3, reiserfs, and samba 2.2.0

Client is win2k.

I can connect fine to samba shares with win2k, can read/write smaller
files, in the range of a few megs.  But going to the 17 gig file has
caused problems.

Anyone know of this problem and/or know of a fix ?

Jeffrey Schoolcraft

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When a client prints on my samba server I got this error:

[2001/05/15 17:30:26, 0] smbd/nttrans.c:call_nt_transact_ioctl(2516)

any ideas about this?
I use cups.
I gave look at the documentation but did not found anything, anyway the
printings are done.

thanks

Rick

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--On Tuesday, May 15, 2001 2:45 PM +0000 "M.L. Nongkhlaw" 
<mark at shillong.meg.nic.in> wrote:

<SNIP>
> 3.  While printing from my Samba-enabled server to Win95/98 printers works
> fine, printing from my Win95/98  machines to my server's parallel port
> printer is OK for first few lines, and then we get junk. What gives? (2nd
> quick question)
</SNIP>

This is probably a stupid question, but can you print from the server 
itself to this printer?

- john

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In Samba 2.0.7 I use the logging facility as such

log file = /var/log/samba/%m.%U

that would create a log with the machine name and the username but would
only 'translate' the machine name and NOT the username in Samba 2.2.0. So,
in 2.2.0 it would create a log file /var/log/samba/pcname.%U (presuming
that the computer name is pcname). This is rather annoying. Has anyone
encountered this or perhaps know of a solution (short of reverting back
to 2.0.7)?

Fred Leban

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Hello all,
I recently installed samba as a domain controller,
but I am unable to get the users list from Windows 98
clients.
I first read the FAQ on the Samba web site, and I see
that this feature is not supported.
In the doubt that the FAQ was recently updated, I
downloaded the 2.2.0 version, and I read in the
Recent-FAQs.txt that this feature will work for
samba > 2.0 or something like this, so I want
to know, is this feature is working for Samba-2.0.7,
what options are related to this (where can I find doc
for this), or Samba doesn't support this at this time ?

Thanks for answers !

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Hello!

Try to kill smbd and nmbd, delete all tdb for printer drivers and try again.
I have the same problem, driver download from w2k works about at 50% :((

Wire connection and Windows reinstallation senior engineer
Dmitry Melekhov
http://www.belkam.com/~dm
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Subject: Printers Drivers Upload Problems


> Hi,
>
> I have a samba 2.2.0 server acting as printer server. It is not the PDC.
> But all authentication and disk share are working well.
>
> My problem is for sharing printer, and specially about drivers
> upload/download from/to a windows NT client.
>
> I have declared [print$] as :
>
> [print$]
>     path = /usr/local/samba/drivers
>     read only = yes
>     browseable = yes
>     guest ok = yes
>     write list = mma  (<- me)
>
> I create the right directory tree in the print$ path. And the user mma
> can read/write the ntdrivers.tdb file.
>
> When  I try, from a NT Client, to install drivers on the samba host
> using the NT add Printer Wizard (APW), the files are upload to the samba
> drivers dir (print$), but it failed to finish. I have not defined any
> addprinter command, because I don't know what to use for. (I made a
> simple script which had the printer in the smb.conf file using argument
> done to the script, but the result was the same).
>
> When I use rpcclient to 'enumdrivers', I can see some drivers install
> via the APW (but failed!).
>
> Is someone can help me ? I will be able to give him the full information
> about what I've done.
>
> Thanks
>
> Matthieu MARC
> Netcelo - VPN Internet Enabler
> http://www.netcelo.com/
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You are probably hitting a file size limit in your application or windows  
media stuff.

I ran into a similar problem encoding files. The magic number for me was  
2GB. I also remember seeing some place in an MS site that windows media  
player has a similar file size limit.

If you find it's something else or find a workaround, I'd be interested to  
learn from you.

Cheers,

ken



> I'm trying to access a 17GB file across samba for a video
> encoding
project.
>
> My samba server is redhat linux 2.4.3, reiserfs, and
> samba 2.2.0
>
> Client is win2k.
>
> I can connect fine to samba shares with win2k, can
> read/write smaller
> files, in the range of a few megs.  But going to the 17
> gig file has
> caused problems.
>
> Anyone know of this problem and/or know of a fix ?
>
> Jeffrey Schoolcraft
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I am transferring an existing Linux TNG PDC server to Samba 2.2.0. I
have discovered that users logged into the domain ( except guest ) do
not have a default printer and that they cannot set one all printers are
configured to use Windows NT lpr.  Has anyone seen this before and is
there a fix?

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Is there any way to create a share in samba that I can access as
\\machine\share$ (I need the dollar sign)? I am using Samba 2.0.7 on FreeBSD
4.3.

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Its the AVI format itself that has a limit of 2GB for playback but the files
can be bigger as long as you don't play them (which ive found M$ Media
Player has a habit of destroying and any AVI file bigger than 2GB tends to
be highly corruptible, mostly sync errors)

Ive never had a prob with saving large video files on a Samba machine across
the network (other than being slow), what codec/format are you using?

_______________________________
Kenneth Hadley
PC / Network Specialist
McCormick Selph Inc.



----- Original Message -----
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To: "Jeffrey A Schoolcraft" <dream at dr3amscap3.com>
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> You are probably hitting a file size limit in your application or windows
> media stuff.
>
> I ran into a similar problem encoding files. The magic number for me was
> 2GB. I also remember seeing some place in an MS site that windows media
> player has a similar file size limit.
>
> If you find it's something else or find a workaround, I'd be interested to
> learn from you.
>
> Cheers,
>
> ken
>
>
>
> > I'm trying to access a 17GB file across samba for a video
> > encoding
> project.
> >
> > My samba server is redhat linux 2.4.3, reiserfs, and
> > samba 2.2.0
> >
> > Client is win2k.
> >
> > I can connect fine to samba shares with win2k, can
> > read/write smaller
> > files, in the range of a few megs.  But going to the 17
> > gig file has
> > caused problems.
> >
> > Anyone know of this problem and/or know of a fix ?
> >
> > Jeffrey Schoolcraft
> > --
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Mark,

The descriptions that follow are VERY crude and at best in-accurate, so do
not take them literally. In any case if you want to find out what was new
in each release you should check the WHATSNEW.txt file in each tarball.

For the sake of a rough overview the following may work for you:

"Samba 1.9.15p8 does have WINS support but had some significant browsing
problems. The Samba-1.9.17 series introduced browsing fixes through a
major revamp of the nmbd code. The Samba-1.9.18 series saw many
improvements in the smbd code. Samba-2.0.x series introduced the
groundwork for domain control and many code clean-ups. The Samba-2.2.x
series (now at 2.2.1 - soon to be released) updates printing support to
provide MS Windows NT semantics, adds improved Windows 2000
interoperability and a lot more."

We know that many Samba users only upgrade when they experience a major
problem. This is both good and bad. It is good that our code has been so
stable that users are seldom FORCED to upgrade. It is bad though, in that
when a forced upgrade is made there is no easing into a major technology
shift. The result can be disruptive. I would recommend that you keep up to
date to avoid disruption to your users. As in everything, you have to
determine how best to balance these opposing forces.

I would upgrade from 1.9.15p8 to something a lot more up to date, if all
else was equal. Another factor is that getting meaningful support
information on a version as old as this is probably a bit beyond us.

-- 
John H Terpstra
Email: jht at samba.org

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I have installed samba and both the nmbd and smbd are running.
/opt/samba/bin/testparms runs fine and shows the public directory I have in
the /opt/samba/lib/smb.conf as being public.  But, I cannot see the
directory from a Windows box.  Any suggestions on how to proceed with
diagnosing the problem is appreciated.
Thanks,

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Matthieu MARC wrote:
> 
> Hi,
> 
> I have a samba 2.2.0 server acting as printer server. It is not the PDC.
> But all authentication and disk share are working well.
> 
> My problem is for sharing printer, and specially about drivers
> upload/download from/to a windows NT client.
> 
> I have declared [print$] as :
> 
> [print$]
>     path = /usr/local/samba/drivers
>     read only = yes
>     browseable = yes
>     guest ok = yes
>     write list = mma  (<- me)
> 
> I create the right directory tree in the print$ path. And the user mma
> can read/write the ntdrivers.tdb file.
> 
> When  I try, from a NT Client, to install drivers on the samba host
> using the NT add Printer Wizard (APW), the files are upload to the samba
> drivers dir (print$), but it failed to finish. I have not defined any
> addprinter command, because I don't know what to use for. (I made a
> simple script which had the printer in the smb.conf file using argument
> done to the script, but the result was the same).

Hrmm. I believe you need a few dirs, which are writeable by those in the
write list (you), that are subdirs of your /usr/local/samba/drivers/. 
Try creating a W32X86 subdir in /usr/local/samba/drivers/ that is
writeable by you and see if the problem goes away.

These things are documented on page 16 of the Samba-HOWTO-Collection.pdf
.

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I am running smbd and nmbd but I want to tune my server and do some misc
stuff with a jet direct.  does any book talk about that?  also have alot
of books ( mostly orielly ) but the orielly one is close to two years
old.  would you recommend it? another one I am looking at is using samba
by macmillan or linux samba server administration by craig hunt and
sybex.  what does everybody use?

john

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Thanks for the reply Tim!  It turns out that switching "strict locking"
from "yes" to "no" seems to have fixed the problem.  The home directories 
on our samba servers have always been "oplocks=no".  The output from
smbstatus didn't show anything interesting.  In fact, it was essentially
the same regardless of the "strict locking" setting.

Thanks again!

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On May 15,  8:52am, Tim Potter wrote:
> Subject: Re: certain files never get written to disk
> Marcus Pless writes:
> 
> > After upgrading to 2.2.0 (due to the security announcement) Eudora is no 
> > longer able to update these preferences in the "eudora.ini" file, stored 
> > on the samba server.  No obvious complaints, it simply doesn't work.  
> > User's are able to write other files in their samba mounted home directory.  
> > Servers that are running 2.0.9 (due to compile/runtime problems with 2.2.0 
> > on SunOS4 and HPUX) do not have this problem, ie the changes to the 
> > eudora.ini file are properly written to disk.  I'm using the same config 
> > file for both 2.0.9 and 2.2.0. 
> > 
> > Is this a known problem with 2.2.0?  Any pointers you could provide would
> > be appreciated.
> 
> I've seen something like this at another site and it sounds like
> it has something to do with locking.  Does the bug occur when you
> turn strict locking off?  Similarly does it occur when oplocks =
> no?
> 
> Can you also post the output of smbstatus which should give some
> more locking info.
> 
> 
> Tim.
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I have recently picked up a copy of Richard Sharpe's "Special Edition Using
Samba" from QUE, isbn # 0-7897-2319-0.  I use it in conjunction with the
O'Reilly "Using Samba" book I also have.  I wouldn't be without either of
them.
Hope this helps,
Don

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I am running smbd and nmbd but I want to tune my server and do some misc
stuff with a jet direct.  does any book talk about that?  also have alot
of books ( mostly orielly ) but the orielly one is close to two years
old.  would you recommend it? another one I am looking at is using samba
by macmillan or linux samba server administration by craig hunt and
sybex.  what does everybody use?

john
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I use jetdirect printers here.  Be glad to help if I can.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Calderon [mailto:john at timogen.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, May 15, 2001 2:41 PM
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> 
> 
> I am running smbd and nmbd but I want to tune my server and 
> do some misc
> stuff with a jet direct.  does any book talk about that?  
> also have alot
> of books ( mostly orielly ) but the orielly one is close to two years
> old.  would you recommend it? another one I am looking at is 
> using samba
> by macmillan or linux samba server administration by craig hunt and
> sybex.  what does everybody use?
> 
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Hello,

We have recently compiled Samba version 2.2.0 and we came across
some problems when using the same configuration we are currently using
with version 2.0.6.

The problem is that we cannot connect to the samba server neither
using any Windows client nor with the smbclient command.
Everytime we attempted a connection the following was logged:

	[2001/05/14 12:38:56, 0] lib/access.c:check_access(324)
	Denied connection from  (147.83.32.14)
	                       ^
	                       |--- (empty hostname!)

Our smb.conf file includes the following settings under the [global]
section:

	hosts allow = .ac.upc.es,.cepba.upc.es
	hosts deny = ALL

Running some tests we found the problem occurred when the values in
"host allow" were names, and the results were corrects for IP addresses.

By taking a look at the source we've come to the conclusion that in file
lib/access.c, routine only_ipaddrs_in_list(), there is a bug when
testing the occurrences of the character '/' to determine whether it
is dealing with an IP/mask pair or not.

Please, find attached a simple patch to solve this problem.



One final comment: when debugging the program we found that by setting
the debug level to 3 surprisingly only level 3 messages were logged, but
not level 0, 1 or 2 messages, as one might expect.

We hope you will find our comments useful. We thank you in advance your
prompt reply.
We apologize if this has already been submitted.

Regards,
- LCAC.
*** access.c	Mon May 14 18:16:04 2001
--- access.c.orig	Mon May 14 18:15:27 2001
***************
*** 266,272 ****
  			 * was a network/netmask pair.  Only network/netmask pairs
  			 * have a '/' in them
  			 */
! 			if ((p=strchr(tok, "/")) == NULL)
  			{
  				only_ip = False;
  				DEBUG(3,("only_ipaddrs_in_list: list [%s] has non-ip address %s\n", list, p));
--- 266,272 ----
  			 * was a network/netmask pair.  Only network/netmask pairs
  			 * have a '/' in them
  			 */
! 			if ((p=strtok(tok, "/")) == NULL)
  			{
  				only_ip = False;
  				DEBUG(3,("only_ipaddrs_in_list: list [%s] has non-ip address %s\n", list, p));

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Hi there, 

I have this strange problem:
I am running samba between Win2k and IRIX 6.5.9. I
have made a username.map file to map users between the
two systems and I have declare it in my smb.conf file
like this: username map = .../full-path/...

So now, when every user log in with there Windows
username and password, they can go directly to there
home directory on the Unix server. But there is only
one user who has to enter his Unix username and
password to be able to have access to his home
directory, because there is a prompt that appears and
said something like: "incorrect password or unknown
user". Every user are accessing there homes from the
same computer (I have only one computer with Win2k).
So I don't understand why all users except one doesn't
need to enter a FreeBSD username and password. Why
this single user has to?

Thanks a lot

Eric

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Hello,

Other than setting keep alive, dead time, and the SO_KEEPALIVE socket
option (in my case keep alive and dead time are set to 60 and 0
respectively) is there any other options I can set to keep a Windows 2000
machine from unmounting a samba share from a linux (RH 7.0). It seems that
our QA folks have experienced problems with there tests where the first
time they run the test it errors out because the filesystem isn't there,
but immediately run the test again and it works. It has to be a timeout
issue right?

Should I set the keep alive to less than 60 seconds? Is there a big
performance hit with setting it that low?

Any opinions?

Thanks,
Brian Street.

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On Tue, May 15, 2001 at 09:55:46AM -0700, Josh Benton wrote:
> Is there any way to create a share in samba that I can access as
> \\machine\share$ (I need the dollar sign)? I am using Samba 2.0.7 on FreeBSD
> 4.3.
> 

did you try:

[share$]

-or-

[share\$]

???

Sorry, haven't tried this myself.

You can also not make it browsable, but can still map it.

Mike

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On Tue, 15 May 2001, Xavi Serrano wrote:

> Our smb.conf file includes the following settings under the [global]
> section:
>
> 	hosts allow = .ac.upc.es,.cepba.upc.es
> 	hosts deny = ALL
>
> Running some tests we found the problem occurred when the values in
> "host allow" were names, and the results were corrects for IP addresses.

Already fixed in CVS several weeks ago for the upcoming 2.2.1 release.
Thanks for the feedback though.







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I had the same problem when I originally set up
samba on Solaris a couple of years ago.  What you are
running up against is the limit of open files
available to a given shell.  This can be solved
by using the ulimit command (see the man page for limit(1)).

If you are starting smbd and nmbd from a boot time
startup script, you can increase the number of available
files by putting the following command in your
startup script before you start smbd:

        ulimit -n 10001

This will set the number of open files available
to 10000.  It will also stop that message in your
logs every time your samba server is stopped and
started.

-Jim

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On Tue, 15 May 2001, Elliot Mackenzie wrote:

> AFAIK, requesting 10000 files is like saying "list all".  I get the same
> message in my logs, and it hasn't caused any problems.  I'm pretty sure it
> is normal.
>
> You might want to check that samba doesn't allow user nobody, because it
> appears as though it does in your setup, and you don't have an
> system account for it.  It's probably just filling up your logs with
> errors like the one below.  be aware also that 2.0.7 had an unrelated
> security bug and you might want to consider getting it patched up.
>
> - M.
>
> On Mon, 14 May 2001 murali at epiphany.com wrote:
>
> > Greetings!
> >
> > Down loaded, compiled with gcc & installed Samba 2.0.7 on Solaris 7(Sparc).
> > It
> > appears that the log.smb has this error regarding open files.
> >
> > 1.	Does this mean, The NT/Win2K clients are requesting 10K open files?
> > Because,
> > 	the samba configuration file does not have any entry for this
> > parameter.
> >
> > 2.	If the Clients are requesting this many open files, Can I able to
> > detect
> > 	which NT/Win2K system is requesting this?
> >
> > 3.	When ever, I start Samba, only nmbd is running (not smbd)
> >
> > Any help/pointers would be very much appreciated.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Murali
> >
> >
> > Here is the out put of log.smb
> >
> > [2001/05/14 15:41:51, 1] smbd/server.c:main(641)
> >   smbd version 2.0.7 started.
> >   Copyright Andrew Tridgell 1992-1998
> > [2001/05/14 15:41:51, 1] smbd/files.c:file_init(216)
> >   file_init: Information only: requested 10000 open files, 4086 are
> > available.
> > [2001/05/14 15:41:51, 1] smbd/reply.c:reply_sesssetup_and_X(988)
> >   Username nobody is invalid on this system
> > [2001/05/14 15:41:51, 1] smbd/server.c:main(641)
> >   smbd version 2.0.7 started.
> >   Copyright Andrew Tridgell 1992-1998
> >
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Any suggestions on this?

We are at Samba 2.0.5a.

We have a user in primary NIS+ group itempl and also in group system.
If we define a share to samba and set valid users to @system, we get an
invalid userid/password error when this user attempts to map the network
drive.  If we set valid users to @itempl (the primary group) user is
able to map OK.  Is there a solution for this problem?

Thanks in advance,

Helen

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John,

I found that Network Printing by O'Reilly is a great resource for
printing.  It mentions Samba and goes through setting up various
printing systems.  It's really great for printing stuff.   For Samba
I've used Using Samba by O'Reilly and the electronic version
included with Samba as well as the Samba docs and the mailing list =)
I've set up JetDirects for printing with Samba and it's very simple.  If you
install the Windows printer drivers, either manually or downloadable, you
can simply set up a print queue that forwards the print job to the JetDirects
address at port 9100.  You only need filters if you don't use the Windows
drivers or if you print locally from the server or have other unix machines
that use the printer.  That's all =)

Works well for me.

Regards.

At 12:40 PM 5/15/2001 -0700, you wrote:
>I am running smbd and nmbd but I want to tune my server and do some misc
>stuff with a jet direct.  does any book talk about that?  also have alot
>of books ( mostly orielly ) but the orielly one is close to two years
>old.  would you recommend it? another one I am looking at is using samba
>by macmillan or linux samba server administration by craig hunt and
>sybex.  what does everybody use?
>
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Tom Horan writes:

> > > 2. until then, which branch(es?) do i build samba and winbindd
> > > from in order to have them work together && support ACLs?
> > 
> > SAMBA_TNG
> > 
> 	Does SAMBA_TNG include ACL support ? 

No.

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Marcus Pless writes:

> Thanks for the reply Tim!  It turns out that switching "strict locking"
> from "yes" to "no" seems to have fixed the problem.  The home directories 
> on our samba servers have always been "oplocks=no".  The output from
> smbstatus didn't show anything interesting.  In fact, it was essentially
> the same regardless of the "strict locking" setting.

Now that's bizzare.  I'm glad the problem is fixed though.  (-:


Tim.

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Hello-

I've been experimenting with the NT<->Solaris ACL mapping support in
Samba 2.2 and have run across a problem that I hope someone could
shed some light on.

I have Samba 2.2 compiled with Solaris ACL support running on a Solaris 2.6
box.  It is acting as an NT domain member server (i.e. "security=domain"). 
We're not using winbindd (and don't plan to.. all of our NT users also have
existing UNIX accounts).  

Viewing the ACLs of a given file has the expected results (users and groups
appear as SAMBASERVER\user or SAMBASERVER\group). Where I run into problems
is when I try to add to the file's ACLs.  Although the client correctly    
chooses to look up the names on SAMBASERVER (i.e. local accounts), I never
get a list of users to choose from.  I *do* get all of our local and NIS+
groups listed.        

I've tried to track the problem down and it seems to be a problem with
enumerating the user accounts -- even though we're using security=domain 
(i.e. no smbpasswd database), Samba still wants to get the list of users
from the smbpasswd database, not from the UNIX passwd database.  Since we     
don't have an smbpasswd file, I don't get any users.  (This issue seems 
specific to user accounts; it doesn't affect enumeration of groups).

Specifically, this seems to be happening in samr_reply_query_dispinfo
(in srv_samr_nt.c), where it runs jf_get_sampwd_entries.  If I remove
the "#if 0" lines around "get_passwd_entries" and comment out the call
to "jf_get_sampwd_entries", I am able to get a complete list of UNIX
accounts for setting the ACLs.  (It takes a while, since we have about
3500 NIS+ users, but it does work).

Obviously, this little hack is only useful for demonstrating the cause
of the problem.. any thoughts as to what can be done permanently?
If my assumptions about this are correct, this means that NT ACL support
will currently only work for sites that are either maintaining a separate
smbpasswd database or using winbindd.

Any ideas?  Has anyone else seen this behavior?

-Andrew Cherry

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On Tue, 15 May 2001, Giulio Orsero wrote:

> On Tue, 15 May 2001 10:31:36 +0200, you wrote:
> 
> >When I do an SMBmount to the win98 machine, I don't see a subdir called
> >DATA, I see a file entry instead, with zero length.  On closer examination I
> >find that the Disk volume label on the Win98 share (DATA) is the same as a
> Yes, yes!  I'm happy not to be alone :-)
> 
> Urban kindly provided this fix that worked for me in 2.2.16

Didn't I include this ... here is the 2.2.19 variant of this. Untested,
but should work. Apply using 'patch -p1 < this-email-saved-as-text' from
the kernel source dir.

If someone is looking for something to do:
- check what smbclient does for these, are they listed as files or what?
- does smbclient ask in a different way and get these as dirs and not as
  volumes?

/Urban


diff -urN -X exclude linux-2.2.19-orig/fs/smbfs/proc.c linux-2.2.19-smbfs/fs/smbfs/proc.c
--- linux-2.2.19-orig/fs/smbfs/proc.c	Sun Apr 29 13:39:23 2001
+++ linux-2.2.19-smbfs/fs/smbfs/proc.c	Wed May 16 01:19:22 2001
@@ -1400,6 +1400,11 @@
 static void
 smb_finish_dirent(struct smb_sb_info *server, struct smb_fattr *fattr)
 {
+	/* workaround for win95 giving back a volume label and not a directory
+	   if there is a dir with the same name as the volume label. sigh. */
+	if ((server->mnt->flags & SMB_MOUNT_WIN95) && (fattr->attr & aVOLID))
+		fattr->attr |= aDIR;
+
 	fattr->f_mode = server->mnt->file_mode;
 	if (fattr->attr & aDIR)
 	{

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On Tue, May 15, 2001 at 01:30:56PM -0700, John Terpstra wrote:
> 
> cd ~samba/source
> ./configure --help

> Here you may want to set the directory for the swat support files.
> 
> Did you do:
> ./configure (with appropriate options of course)
> make all
> make install
> make installswat

> The installation options are visible in the Makefile that gets generated
> by configure.

John,

Thanks much for the advice. This then is such a simple matter - the
installation documentation should mention that you should do "make
installswat". You're certainly right that I should have checked the makefile
for such an option - but frankly if something is compiled and I do "make
install" why wouldn't I want it installed? The right way(tm) to do this is
to have the _compilation_ of swat be a ./configure option (as near as I can
tell it's not, right?) -- preferably something like --no-swat -- and then if
it's not compiled don't install it. Wasting CPU time compiling by default
something that's not to be installed by default is putting the switch at the
wrong point.

> You will of course need to read the documentation (I know - daunting) on
> how to configure /etc/inetd.conf (or whatever your system uses) as well as
> /etc/services.

I'm not daunted by the documentation; I'm frustrated by the buckshot
approach of putting up a load of documents in inconsistent formats that fail
to state the simplest installation recipe in complete form. In fact they
never mention "make installswat" that I can find, in a whole lot of reading
and grepping.

> Now, the best way to handle all these head-aches is to install a binary
> package for your system. The ~samba/packaging area is there for those who
> build binary packages to make life easy for our users. The binary packages
> are then uploaded to our FTP servers. The packaging directory gives
> invaluable help since from it you can see how each package for the various
> platforms are prepared and what needs to be installed.

In 8 years of being a Linux sysadmin for a living, I have _never_ left a
critical package to a binary distribution. You have got to be kidding,
right? You really run production systems with the binaries from Red Hat or
Debian or whatever in critical positions? IMHO, the distros are to handle
the trivia in the background, not anything your users (or potential
crackers) actually _use_.

> If after reading this you still have a problem then please get back to me.
> I will need to know what platform you are trying to install on. I will 

The solution, again, is simple: there needs to be an INSTALL doc in the root
directory of the Samba tar that mentions "make installswat". Now that we've
dripped sarcasm on each other, I figure we're some sort of brothers -- but
be damned by your favorite deity if you have something to do with the state
of the docs and you don't see this is fixed, okay?

Whit

PS: I'm cc'ing this to the list so that the answer is in the archives. 

I'd volunteer to help write an INSTALL doc for y'all, but I already spend
about 1/3 of my professional life on volunteer stuff, which I figure is
tithe enough -- and I'm overbooked.

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Folks,

Apparently I was wrong.  Who knew? :)

Just tested Win98 (not se) and it does support MS-Dfs out of the box.
Apparently it is only Win95 that needs the additional client software.
I've just tested a SAMBA_2_2 MS-Dfs server with the following clients:

	o win95 OSR2 (requires add-on)
	o win98 (native client support)
	o Windows NT 4.0 SP6 (native client support)
	o Windows 2000 SP1 Professional (native client support)



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Hi folks

Is it possible to take a smbpasswd file and move the users entries into
the PCNL SAM?  I am trying to avoid having to reset password's for users
when moving from a SAMBA installation (using encrypted passwds) to a
PCNL installation.  


tony

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On Wed, 16 May 2001, Tony Shepherd wrote:

> Hi folks
>
> Is it possible to take a smbpasswd file and move the users entries into
> the PCNL SAM?  I am trying to avoid having to reset password's for users
> when moving from a SAMBA installation (using encrypted passwds) to a
> PCNL installation.

PCNL - PCNetLink?





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Yes, sorry.  PCNL == PCNetlink

Gerald Carter wrote:
> 
> On Wed, 16 May 2001, Tony Shepherd wrote:
> 
> > Hi folks
> >
> > Is it possible to take a smbpasswd file and move the users entries into
> > the PCNL SAM?  I am trying to avoid having to reset password's for users
> > when moving from a SAMBA installation (using encrypted passwds) to a
> > PCNL installation.
> 
> PCNL - PCNetLink?
> 
> Cheers, jerry
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Hi all, how can disable de access to samba users in non work hours, like
Window$ NT

Thanks,
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On Wed, 16 May 2001, Tony Shepherd wrote:

> Yes, sorry.  PCNL == PCNetlink

I figured.  Can't help you though. :-(  Sorry.





jerry

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smbmount will not mount win98 shares on boot up

will create mount point of /mnt/win98box

works manually, until one of the machine reboots
smbmount //win98box/c /mnt/win98box

if I do a  ls -l of /mnt, the date of the share is dec 31 1969 if mounted, 
nov 16 1999 if not, bits drops from 1024 to 512

Redhat 6.1
Samba 2.0.5a

Will updating to 2.0.8 solve this?

Thank you in advance for any help

Andy

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On Tue, May 15, 2001 at 09:10:42PM -0600, Edwin Martinez wrote:
> Hi all, how can disable de access to samba users in non work hours, like
> Window$ NT
> 
> Thanks,
Problem with that, is you'll loose data if you block the access suddenly.

IIRC, NT forces the user to logout at a certain time, if specified, and only
allows logins during a certain time.  You can allow logins during work hours
and let them stay logged in overnight also.

I believe this is a policy setting.

Mike

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When logging into Samba (or onto a share), using an dialup Internet modem
connection, it seems to take between 50-70 seconds to respond to a Windows
request. You can see the request leaving the modem and can count the 50-70
seconds before the modem responds from the Linux Server box. Don't see the
same problem if I telnet, ftp or ssh to the server.

System Configuration is as follows:

Using Linux Server (Mandrake 7.2) running  Samba 2.0.7-18MDK.
Samba box is located on  fixed IP ISDN connection. Client machine is
dialling up to a local ISP and then connecting using
the IP address of the Samba box. So the IP routing is being handled
independently. Clients are using Win98 and Win98se.

We don't seem to be getting any errors on linux box or with the client.
Clients connect fine, it's just that they have a major delay if they are
running Windows.  Linux clients can smbmount within a few seconds, Windows
clients always sit and spin for about 55-57 seconds before the connection is
completed. Then after connecting, they have the same delay when opening each
share the first time.

I'm pretty sure it's an issue with something doing a lookup and failing and
timing out (like DNS) but we've been down that path and can't see a problem.
BTW, NetBEUI and all the other things that could cause problems at the
client end have been removed.

IP ADDRESSES, static are static at the server end, the ISP is dishing out
dynamic at the client end. That's why I'm think as a reverse DNS resolution
timeout at first.

We've tried changing various ways of changing HANDLING NAME RESOLUTION,
host, LMHOSTS, Wins, doesn't seem to make any difference.

Any ideas

Thanks,
Andrew Minett

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On Mon, 14 May 2001 Eric Boucher wrote:
> Is it possible to have a single user on an NT machine
> that as a completely different username and password
> than the one on a Unix machine, but to be able to
Yes you can.

You have to use the encrypted password file WITHOUT syncing passwords
to get a different password.

You have to alter your smbuser file to specify mappings between Unix
users and NT users. Look up "username map" in your smb.conf file.

Also read the smbpasswd(8) man page to learn how to add users
correctly.

Have fun

Eddie

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Andrew Minett wrote:

> Hi David, this is still a major problem for us. Do you have any ideas or
> someone you suggest we can ask about this problem?
>
> Thanks,
> Andrew Minett
>
> I'm responding for Andrew since I know more about the setup at the
> server end - Andrew is doing the testing of connections from a remote
> Win98 machine on a dial-up connection to his ISP.
>
> By the way, despite what the original email said we're not running
> Appletalk clients to Samba  ;-)
>
> >>> Andrew, let me make sure I understand what it is you are doing.
> >>>
> >>> (1) You have a WinXX box with a modem;
> >>> (2) You have you Mandrake 7.2/Samba 2.07 box with a modem;
> >>> (3) You are dialing out of your WinXX box and trying to dial into you
> >>> Mandrake/Samba box using MS dialup networking; and
> >>> (4) You hope this results in a tcp/ip connection being established that
> >>
> > you can
> >
> >> then access your Samba shares over?
> >
> No, not quite, the Samba box is located on our LAN (we're a hosting
> company, so the upstream connection is good ;-) with a fixed IP, the
> client machine is dialling up to a local ISP and then connecting using
> the IP address of the Samba box. So the IP routing is being handled
> independantly.
>
> > do, but I do know whoever does will want to know:
> >
> > ARE YOU GETTING ANY ERRORS, if so what are they?
>
> Not that I am aware of. Clients connect fine, it's just that they have a
> major delay if they are running Windows.  Linux clients can smbmount
> within a few seconds, Windows clients always sit and spin for about
> 55-57 seconds before the connection is completed. Then after connecting,
> they have the same delay when opening each share the first time.
>
> I'm pretty sure it's an issue with something doing a lookup and failing
> and timing out (like DNS) but we've been down that path and can't see a
> problem. BTW, NetBEUI and all the other things that could cause problems
> at the client end have been removed.
>
> > HAVE YOU CHECKED THE LOG FILES ON THE LINUX BOX, any errors there?
>
> Yes, checked, no errors.
>
> > HOW ARE YOU HANDLING IP ADDRESSES, static, DHCP?
>
> Static at the server end, the ISP is dishing out dynamic at the client
> end. That's why I thought it was a reverse DNS resolution timeout at first.
>
> > HOW ARE YOU HANDLING NAME RESOLUTION, host, LMHOSTS, Wins,?
>
> We've tried changing the order and manually entering the server in the
> hosts file, doesn't seem to make any difference.
>
> > WHAT KIND OF MODEM IS IN THE LINUX BOX, Winmodem?
>
> Not relevant, for reasons above.
>
> We've also tried Linux clients on dial-up, and they connect fast. It's
> just Windows clients on dial-up that are a problem.

THIS IS WHAT I DON'T UNDERSTAND. After you dial into the ISP, What software are
your windows clients using to join your LAN? What are you running on your
windows clients and what are you running on your Linux box? I can see how after
your M$ client connects to the ISP it should be able to ping your Samba box,
but what software are they running to make them talk to each other?

> They work, they just
> suffer this massive lag when they first connect. Once a share is open,
> everything runs at the speed we'd expect.
>
> Our next step will be to packet sniff a connection and see which end is
> causing the delay, I've had different theories but I can't even prove
> which end is at fault yet.

Here is how I do it. I have a Mandrake 7.2/Samba 2.07 server at the office that
serves 4 clients. At home I have a Win98 machine. I use a M$ pptp VPN
connection from home to connect via my ISP to my office LAN. Basically:

[home] => [cable modem] => [ISP] => [cable modem] => [Linux Box] => [office
LAN]

The Linux setup is:
pptpd daemon from poptop.lineo.com
IP FORWDING enabled

The home Win98 setup is:
standard M$ VPN

There is no reason this wouldn't work with a dialup to connect to the ISP.
Check out http://poptop.lineo.com

The only other thought I have that pertains to the 55-57 second lag time would
have to do with how your Linux box is authenticating the connection. I use CHAP
authentication for the VPN connection. Even with cable on both ends, I still
experience 5-10 second authentication times. I don't experience any delay in
opening shares once connected. I can see all of the Samba shares without
problem and I can see all of the other shared resources on the Win95, 98 & ME
machines. My print times from home to the office laserjet attached to a WinME
machine are fine.

I'll cc: this to the list and Mr. Bartlett to see if I can't put you in touch
with the wizards that know far more than I.

--
David Rankin
Nacogdoches, Texas

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Hello!

Now I trying to add new printer to my printserver.
I added printer to printcap and tried to download driver.
I choose already downloaded driver in w2k and click apply, then wait
about 10 minutes.
No success, I waited and waited. Then I reboot w2k.
After reboot I didn't see any printer in Printer folder on samba server.

OK. I get backuped .tdb .
Well, I get waiting another 10 minutes, but I set debug level =10.
I see:
[2001/05/16 09:41:21, 3] smbd/oplock.c:request_oplock_break(1071)
  request_oplock_break: broke oplock.
[2001/05/16 09:41:21, 5] smbd/open.c:open_mode_check(496)
  open_mode_check: breaking oplock (3) on file W32X86/2/hpbafd32.dll,
dev = 301, inode = 539591
[2001/05/16 09:41:21, 3] smbd/oplock.c:request_oplock_break(930)
  request_oplock_break: sending a oplock break message to pid 13176 on
port 37752 for dev = 301, inode = 539591, tv_sec = 3b01fc04, tv_usec =
c13f9
[2001/05/16 09:41:53, 0] smbd/oplock.c:request_oplock_break(995)
  request_oplock_break: no response received to oplock break request to
pid 13176 on port 37752 for dev = 301, inode = 539591
  for dev = 301, inode = 539591, tv_sec = 3b01fc04, tv_usec = c13f9
[2001/05/16 09:41:53, 3] smbd/oplock.c:request_oplock_break(1071)
  request_oplock_break: broke oplock.
[2001/05/16 09:41:53, 5] smbd/open.c:open_mode_check(496)
  open_mode_check: breaking oplock (3) on file W32X86/2/hpbafd32.dll,
dev = 301, inode = 539591
[2001/05/16 09:41:53, 3] smbd/oplock.c:request_oplock_break(930)
  request_oplock_break: sending a oplock break message to pid 13176 on
port 37752 for dev = 301, inode = 539591, tv_sec = 3b01fc04, tv_usec =
c13f9

Certanly, there is no such pid 13176.
Well, after several minites I see printer properties and click applay
again.
Waiting ....
OK.
Clicking printer properties again...

[2001/05/16 09:45:05, 3] smbd/oplock.c:request_oplock_break(1071)
  request_oplock_break: broke oplock.
[2001/05/16 09:45:05, 5] smbd/open.c:open_mode_check(496)
  open_mode_check: breaking oplock (3) on file W32X86/2/hpbafd32.dll,
dev = 301, inode = 539591
[2001/05/16 09:45:05, 3] smbd/oplock.c:request_oplock_break(930)
  request_oplock_break: sending a oplock break message to pid 13176 on
port 37752 for dev = 301, inode = 539591, tv_sec = 3b01fc04, tv_usec =
c13f9
[2001/05/16 09:45:37, 0] smbd/oplock.c:request_oplock_break(995)
  request_oplock_break: no response received to oplock break request to
pid 13176 on port 37752 for dev = 301, inode = 539591
  for dev = 301, inode = 539591, tv_sec = 3b01fc04, tv_usec = c13f9
[2001/05/16 09:45:37, 3] smbd/oplock.c:request_oplock_break(1071)
  request_oplock_break: broke oplock.
[2001/05/16 09:45:37, 5] smbd/open.c:open_mode_check(496)
  open_mode_check: breaking oplock (3) on file W32X86/2/hpbafd32.dll,
dev = 301, inode = 539591
[2001/05/16 09:45:37, 3] smbd/oplock.c:request_oplock_break(930)
  request_oplock_break: sending a oplock break message to pid 13176 on
port 37752 for dev = 301, inode = 539591, tv_sec = 3b01fc04, tv_usec =
c13f9

And see in w2k  Printer properties cannot be displayed. You either
entered printer name that was incorrect .....

I can't said this - blyat! (this is in russian ;) ).

OK. Removing locking.tdb, I don't know what else I can do. And killing
my smbd.

Oops! I see two smd for me in smbd status!
PC$         dm       dm       17909   dm-w2k   (192.168.21.112) Wed May
16 09:45:06 2001
print$       dm       dm       17966   dm-w2k   (192.168.21.112) Wed May
16 09:47:58 2001

??????

Well, now all is OK.

Full log (gzipped) is attached.

Hope that this help to find bug in locking.

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Dmitry Melekhov wrote:

> Hello!
>
> Now I trying to add new printer to my printserver.
> I added printer to printcap and tried to download driver.
> I choose already downloaded driver in w2k and click apply, then wait
> about 10 minutes.
> No success, I waited and waited. Then I reboot w2k.
> After reboot I didn't see any printer in Printer folder on samba server.
>
> OK. I get backuped .tdb .
>

btw, I copy from backup only printing.tdb and ntdrivers.tdb, so wrong locking is
not caused by old lcoking tdb.


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For those who are interested in MS Fax Integration I've been able to decode
the file format that Microsoft At Work Fax uses when it writes to the shared
directory to send a fax over the network to another system for transmission.

Here it is:

All numerics are little-endian formated

Heading Section
------------------------------
Header block length (4 bytes)
Header info block length (4 bytes)
Offset to submitting system name string (2 bytes)
Offset to Subject line string (2 bytes)
FAX ID number (4 bytes)
Padding nulls (8 bytes) - could be part of FAX ID #
Unknown but related to file length (4 bytes)
Offset to scheduling block (4 bytes)
Padding nulls (2 bytes)
Number of filename block offsets (2 bytes)
Number of recipient block offsets (2 bytes)
Padding nulls (2 bytes)
Offset to filename block (4 bytes) - may repeat
Offset to recipient block (4 bytes) - may repeat
Name of submitting system (NULL term)
Subject Line (NULL term)
Schedule block length (2 bytes)
Dial retries (2 bytes)
Minutes between retries (2 bytes)
Schedule type (2 bytes)
Send before date/time (16 bytes)
Send after date/time (16 bytes)
Filename block (28 bytes) - may repeat
Recipient header block length (2 bytes) - recipient block may repeat
Recipient block length (2 bytes)
Offset (relative) to recipient name (2 bytes)
Offset (relative) to recipient address (2 bytes)
Padding nulls (2 bytes)
Offset (relative) to coverpage filename (2 bytes)
Padding nulls (28 bytes)
Recipient number (4 bytes)
Padding nulls (4 bytes)
Recipient name (NULL term)
Recipient address (NULL term)
Coverpage filename (NULL term)

File Section (may repeat)
---------------------------
File block length (4 bytes)
MG3 file signature string "0x0A000C000100080001000000" (12 bytes)
Tag "0x618042" (3 bytes)
Length of Subject line string (1 byte)
Subject line (NULL term)
Tag "0x6580" (2 bytes)
Tag "0x618047" (3 bytes)
Length of sender address string (1 byte)
Sender address (NULL term)
Tag "0x46" (1 byte)
Length of sender name string (1 byte)
Sender name (NULL term)
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Tag "0x618047" (3 bytes)
Length of recipient address string (1 byte)
Recipient address (NULL term)
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Length of recipient name string (1 byte)
Recipient name (NULL term)
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Unknown - possibly checksum (19 bytes)
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G3 header block length (2 bytes)
Unknown heading information (60 bytes)
G3 fax data block length (4 bytes)
G3 fax data - bit state inverted

The schedule type can be: 01-ASAP, 03-After given time, 04-Between given
times.  Dates/Times are expressed in Greenwich Mean Time and the format is 2
bytes each for: Year, Month, Day, Day of week, Hour (24), Minute.  If the
schedule type is 01 the date/time fields will be empty.  If schedule type is
04 the user chose the "discount rates" selection for time to send and the
date/time fields will be blank except for the hour field (in this case the
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Keith Warno wrote:

> Matthieu MARC wrote:
> >
> > Hi,
> >
> > I have a samba 2.2.0 server acting as printer server. It is not the PDC.
> > But all authentication and disk share are working well.
> >
> > My problem is for sharing printer, and specially about drivers
> > upload/download from/to a windows NT client.
> >
> > I have declared [print$] as :
> >
> > [print$]
> >     path = /usr/local/samba/drivers
> >     read only = yes
> >     browseable = yes
> >     guest ok = yes
> >     write list = mma  (<- me)
> >
> > I create the right directory tree in the print$ path. And the user mma
> > can read/write the ntdrivers.tdb file.
> >
> > When  I try, from a NT Client, to install drivers on the samba host
> > using the NT add Printer Wizard (APW), the files are upload to the samba
> > drivers dir (print$), but it failed to finish. I have not defined any
> > addprinter command, because I don't know what to use for. (I made a
> > simple script which had the printer in the smb.conf file using argument
> > done to the script, but the result was the same).
>
> Hrmm. I believe you need a few dirs, which are writeable by those in the
> write list (you), that are subdirs of your /usr/local/samba/drivers/.
> Try creating a W32X86 subdir in /usr/local/samba/drivers/ that is
> writeable by you and see if the problem goes away.
>
> These things are documented on page 16 of the Samba-HOWTO-Collection.pdf
> .

I have already created  those subdirs. And my reference document is the
Samba-HOWTO-Collection. But it seems like it is missing some explain in this
doc, it's why I don't managed to find a solution to my problem.



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Hi 
I'm hoping that you may be able to help, I have been set a small problem to
solve and am hoping that samba may be the answer. We have got an NT server
with several NT boxes and 3 Unix boxes. At the moment the Unix machines are
stand-alone with the drives being mounted on to each other. What I want to
do is "mount" one of the NT servers drives on to the Unix machines so that
all our information is stored on the NT server. I have spent the last couple
of days reading through as much of the information about samba that I can
find to the point where my head may explode. I have installed samba onto one
of the Unix machines and that is working in that the NT machines can see the
shared drives in the Unix box. The problem is that I cannot seem to find out
how to get it to work the other way round so that the Unix box can see the
NT drives. Is this possible and if so where do I find the set-up
information. Any help that you can give would be greatly appreciated as I am
not a system administrator and am really struggling. 
Thanks for your time 
Ian 



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There is nothing to do
I killed nmbd and smbd
I deleted the content of my /usr/local/samba/printers/W32X86 directory
I deleted the printers.tdb and ntdrivers.tdb
restart the server and restart the installation for the printer drivers
I went to my winnt, connected as root, network neighbourhood , samba
server, printer folder and start to select the first printer HP2100TN
there was no driver available..., I select new driver and evrything went
right, try to print the test page, it was OK.
Then I did the same thing for HP2100 and it worked. Then I tried again
with the HP2000c  (I downloaded the driver from the HP site, to be sure it
was not corrupted) and again I had "not able to write the HPRlpm.dll to
c:\winnt\system32", which is my local disk on my NTworkstation(!!!).
I skip this file then the *dll, *ico etc. are copied on the samba server
but it ended saying "not able to change driver setting".
I think I will never be able to install this printer.
Patrizia


 On Tue, 15 May 2001, Eugenijus JanuE!keviDius wrote:

>
>
> Patrizia Canton wrote:
>
>
> > Thanks for your help, I will try this solution, when I will be completely
> > desperate...
> > I notice that the main error, when I try to install this HP2000c driver,
> > is that the program complains it is not able to write the HPRlpm.dll to
> > c:\winnt\system32, which is my local disk on my NTworkstation.
> > 1)why does it have to copy this file locally?
>
> If you need to add sharable drivers, open 'network neibourhood', select
> Samba box -> Printers and choose printer you are downloading drivers
> for. I think you are trying to download driver for UNC-mapped printer
> (ie 'Printer on Samba_Box'), that's why files are copied locally.
>
> > 2)why it cannot be copied? I am connecting to my NT computer as
> > administrator
> > and I have mapped in the global parameter "username map"
> > root=administrator.
>
> Are you using NT domain security model? In this case you must log in
> with acount from 'domain administrators' domain group. As far as i
> understand, 'username map' allows user name mapping when no domain
> security model is used and this mapping does't work if you use domain
> security.
>
> More simple explanation is that file (DLL or INF) is corrupt.
>
>
>
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On Tue, 15 May 2001, Andrew Porter wrote:

> smbmount will not mount win98 shares on boot up
> 
> will create mount point of /mnt/win98box
> 
> works manually, until one of the machine reboots
> smbmount //win98box/c /mnt/win98box

How have you set it up to mount on boot?


> if I do a  ls -l of /mnt, the date of the share is dec 31 1969 if mounted, 

1970 - timezone, probably

> nov 16 1999 if not, bits drops from 1024 to 512

1024 is the size of a dir on the "parent" filesystem, 512 is the (totally
arbitrary, but non-zero) size of a dir in smbfs.


> Will updating to 2.0.8 solve this?

No idea, but upgrade to 2.0.9 anyway if you are currently using 2.0.5a
with smbfs.

/Urban

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> Hi 
> I'm hoping that you may be able to help, I have been set a small problem to
> solve and am hoping that samba may be the answer. We have got an NT server
> with several NT boxes and 3 Unix boxes. At the moment the Unix machines are
> stand-alone with the drives being mounted on to each other. What I want to
> do is "mount" one of the NT servers drives on to the Unix machines so that
> all our information is stored on the NT server. I have spent the last couple
> of days reading through as much of the information about samba that I can
> find to the point where my head may explode. I have installed samba onto one
> of the Unix machines and that is working in that the NT machines can see the
> shared drives in the Unix box. The problem is that I cannot seem to find out
> how to get it to work the other way round so that the Unix box can see the
> NT drives. Is this possible and if so where do I find the set-up
> information.
"The other way round" your are looking for is smbclient for ftp like 
filetransver and smbmount for mounting a NT drive to Linux. smbmount 
is only working for Linux, not for other unix systems and needs smbfs 
in the kernel. smbsh may help you as well. There are man pages for 
all thes on your system or in the source tarball.

To syncronice the accounts from the nt-server to Unix you may use 
windind, which is beta, not production.

I hate to admit it, but if you have a NT centered network, there is 
an NT solution for your problem: NT services for unix. I haven't used 
it, I know nobody who does and am happay with my samba PDC. (The NT 
services for unix a good exampel for M$ stratigie, marketing: they 
offer an NIS-server but no NIS-client)

Christian

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> In Samba 2.0.7 I use the logging facility as such
> 
> log file = /var/log/samba/%m.%U
> 
> that would create a log with the machine name and the username but would
> only 'translate' the machine name and NOT the username in Samba 2.2.0. So,
> in 2.2.0 it would create a log file /var/log/samba/pcname.%U (presuming
> that the computer name is pcname). This is rather annoying. Has anyone
> encountered this or perhaps know of a solution (short of reverting back
> to 2.0.7)?
In the last weeks there have been a couple of mails in this about %U 
not working in 2.2.0. Check the archives and probably wait for 2.2.1

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Yup, I sure can!

Mark.


On Tue, 15 May 2001, John Benedetto wrote:

> --On Tuesday, May 15, 2001 2:45 PM +0000 "M.L. Nongkhlaw" 
> <mark at shillong.meg.nic.in> wrote:
> 
> <SNIP>
> > 3.  While printing from my Samba-enabled server to Win95/98 printers works
> > fine, printing from my Win95/98  machines to my server's parallel port
> > printer is OK for first few lines, and then we get junk. What gives? (2nd
> > quick question)
> </SNIP>
> 
> This is probably a stupid question, but can you print from the server 
> itself to this printer?
> 
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Hi!

I'm trying to setup a printer in a Samba NT domain, but i'm quite stuck.
I've seen this issue addresed here before, but it didn't helped me :-(
I've already read books, HOW-TOs, browsed the ml, etc and still stuck

It is a network one (which is it is not attached to any computer, rather
is has its own IP address).

I'm able to install it perfectly in any Windows 98 machine, being the
drivers automatically installed, the printer appears correctly wherever
it should, and everything runs smoothly.

But when i try to print something from a Windows 98 machine, i get this
error:

"There was an error writing to \\File-srv\hp-lcd for printer HP LaserJet
2100 Series PCL 6.
There was a problem printing to the port.
Check to make sure your printer is configured to use a valid port.
The printer will be set to work offline.
To save your print job in the local printer queue, click ok".


Here are my /etc/printcap and smb.conf:
Directory /tmp/samba/printers have permissions 1777.

-------------------------printcap--------------------

remote|lp4|193.137.83.65-hp|193.137.83.65 hp:\
	:lp=:\
	:rm=193.137.83.65:\
	:rp=hp:\
	:sd=/var/spool/lpd/193.137.83.65-hp:\
	:lf=/var/spool/lpd/193.137.83.65-hp/log:\
	:af=/var/spool/lpd/193.137.83.65-hp/acct:\
	:ar:bk:mx#0:\
	:tr=:cl:sh:

----------------------- End of printcap -------------


-------------------------smb.conf--------------------

[global]
  workgroup = dte.ua.pt

  smb passwd file = /usr/local/samba/bin/passwd
  encrypt passwords = yes
  #unix password sync = yes
  #passwd program = /usr/bin/passwd %u

  wins support = yes
  domain logons = yes

  security = user
  os level = 255
  local master = yes
  preferred master = yes
  domain master = yes
  
  netbios name = file-srv 

  client code page = 850
  character set = ISO8859-1  
  valid chars = c:C b:B a:A `:@ j:J i:I m:M u:U s:S g:G 

  
  
  printer driver file = /tmp/samba/printers/printers.def
  load printers = yes

[netlogon]
  comment = net logon comment
  path = /export/samba/logon
  public = no
  writeable = no
  browseable = no

[homes]
  comment = Areas pessoais.
  browseable = yes
  read only = no
  guest ok = no 

[Docentes]
  comment = Area partilhada para Docentes.
  path = /home/Docentes
  writeable = yes
  guest ok = no
  create mask = 660
  directory mask = 770
 
[Secretaria]
  comment = Area partilhada para os funcionario da secretaria.
  path=/home/Secretaria
  writeable = yes
  guest ok = no
  create mask = 660
  directory mask = 770

[Comum]
  comment = Area partilhada para funcionarios e Docentes.
  path = /home/Comum
  writeable = yes
  guest ok = no
  create mask = 666
  directory mask = 777

[print$]
  path=/tmp/samba/printers
  browsable = no
  guest ok = yes

[hp-lcd]
  path=/tmp/samba/printers
  printable = yes
  guest ok = true
  printer = remote
  load printers = yes
  printcap name = /etc/printcap
  printing = BSD 
  print command = /usr/bin/lpr -Premote -r %s
  lpq command = /usr/bin/lpr -P%p -r %s
  lprm command = /usr/bin/lpq -P%p
  lppause command = /usr/sbin/lpc hold %p %j
  lpresume command = /usr/sbin/lpc release %p %j
  queuepause command = /usr/sbin/lpc -P%p stop
  queueresume command = /usr/sbin/lpc -P%p start
  printer driver = HP LaserJet 2100 Series PCL 6
  printer driver location = \\%L\print$ 

------------------ End of smb.conf-----------------------


Any help woul be appreciated.
Thanks in advance.

Mario Gamito

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I've downloaded via cvs samba_head (pre-3) and compiled & installed it. I've 
obviously been spoilt by rpm, because I expected a startup script to appear 
in init.d.

Can anyone tell me how to start samba, or what to include in a script in 
init.d?

cheers!
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Hello

Recently I downloaded Samba 2.2.0 in order to upgrade from an older
version. With our configuration Samba runs quiet well, if files are
not accessible it is usually the PC ower's problem... so far I am
happy to use it.

With the configuartion there seems to be a minor flaw which can be
circumvernted quite easily but I will tell you nevertheless. In the
Printing.txt document you state that when choosing an printing type
with "printing = xxx" reasonable defaults are set according to chosen
type. In my experience this does not hold.

When I check a configuration with testparms the following settings remain
the same no matter what printing type I choose:

        print command = lp -c -d%p %s; rm %s
        lpq command = lpstat -o%p
        lprm command = cancel %p-%j
        lppause command = lp -i %p-%j -H hold
        lpresume command = lp -i %p-%j -H resume
        queuepause command = disable %p
        queueresume command = enable %p
        printer name =
        printer driver =

When I choose a completely unknown type like 'xyz' it falls back to 'sysv'
without providing an appropriate error message. For this purpose I used
extremely simple configuration files consisting only of (e. g.):

        [global]
        printing = plp

Then I run it through 'testparms -s' with the result I noted earlier. I
checked the source but I found only init_printer_values in loadparm.c
which should set the correct values. I found neither the place where these
values are unset or altered.

I am sorry that I have not the time to trace it trough all function calls,
but I'd be happy if you could tell me whether my observations are correct
and will be fixed in a future release.

Yours
Beat
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I have a FreeBSD 4.1 box with samba207, and use a W2k as a client to map a network drive to samba's share service. It work perfectly, 
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Hi everyone,

I have this question: Where do we put a Windows script
written in batch (*.bat) for Samba to execute it. I
mean in which directory? 

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> I have this question: Where do we put a Windows script
> written in batch (*.bat) for Samba to execute it. I
> mean in which directory?

mine is in /opt/samba/netlogon

it's named startup.bat,i have a parameter in my main section of 
smb.conf named:

logon script = startup.bat

and i also have a share defined in my smb.conf with this content:

[netlogon]
        comment = Logon Drive
        path = /opt/samba/netlogon

that's it

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Hello,

I am just trying to share a Printer connected directly to the parallel port of
a machine serving as a Samba 2.2.0 server.

I read the complete update Samba-HOWTO-Collection documentation which does not
help me a lot :-(

Here what I try to do. I get the Samba server being a Sun Ultra Sparc 1,
running Solaris 7 (let us call it UNIX). On that station I have access to some
NIS defined users and group. One of this user/group is leorini/smac.

On the Windows 2000 station (let us call it WORKSTATION) I am logged as a user
called leorini which has the same passwd as on the Sun workstation. This
station is not configured to be connected to a NT domain, but simply in a
workgroup : this is because we have another samba server 2.0.x (which I did
not control) being a gateway between UNIX and M$ world.

The smb.conf file is the following one :

/----------------------------------------------------------------------\
# Samba config file created using SWAT

# Global parameters
[global]
	workgroup = LIFL
	security = SHARE
	log level = 3
	log file = /usr/local/var/log/samba/smb.log
	printcap name = /usr/local/etc/lprng/printcap
	preferred master = False
	local master = No
	domain master = False
	write list = leorini, beaufils
	printer admin = leorini, beaufils
	printing = lprng
	print command = /usr/local/bin/lpr  -P%p  %s
	lpq command = /usr/local/bin/lpq -P%p
	lprm command = /usr/local/bin/lprm -P%p %j
	lppause command = /usr/local/sbin/lpc hold %p %j
	lpresume command = /usr/local/sbin/lpc release %p %j
	queuepause command = /usr/local/sbin/lpc -P%p stop
	queueresume command = /usr/local/sbin/lpc -P%p start

[print$]
	path = /usr/local/share/printers

[printers]
	path = /usr/local/var/spool/samba
	printable = Yes
	browseable = No
\----------------------------------------------------------------------/

The UNIX user leorini has write access on the print$ share :

/----------------------------------------------------------------------\
$ ls -al /usr/local/share/printers
total 4
drwxrwxr-x   4 beaufils smac          512 May  4 17:57 .
drwxr-xr-x   4 beaufils smac          512 May  4 17:51 ..
drwxrwxr-x   2 beaufils smac          512 May  4 17:57 W32X86
drwxrwxr-x   2 beaufils smac          512 May  4 17:57 WIN40
\----------------------------------------------------------------------/

The main problem is that I am unable to add a printer driver on the samba
server. 

I did exactly what is described in the documentation but when I try to upload
the printer driver to the samba server from a Windows 2000 station I am unable
to use the "Add new printer driver" button since it is disable and the
security tab says that only "WORKSTATION\root" has write access to the
printer. 

Any idea of what I did the wrong way ?

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try adding the directive :

show add printer wizard = yes

( 4.2.4 Adding New Printers via the Windows NT APW in the Samba-HOWTO-Collection)

Regards

Matthieu MARC

Bruno BEAUFILS wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I am just trying to share a Printer connected directly to the parallel port of
> a machine serving as a Samba 2.2.0 server.
>
> I read the complete update Samba-HOWTO-Collection documentation which does not
> help me a lot :-(
>
> Here what I try to do. I get the Samba server being a Sun Ultra Sparc 1,
> running Solaris 7 (let us call it UNIX). On that station I have access to some
> NIS defined users and group. One of this user/group is leorini/smac.
>
> On the Windows 2000 station (let us call it WORKSTATION) I am logged as a user
> called leorini which has the same passwd as on the Sun workstation. This
> station is not configured to be connected to a NT domain, but simply in a
> workgroup : this is because we have another samba server 2.0.x (which I did
> not control) being a gateway between UNIX and M$ world.
>
> The smb.conf file is the following one :
>
> /----------------------------------------------------------------------\
> # Samba config file created using SWAT
>
> # Global parameters
> [global]
>         workgroup = LIFL
>         security = SHARE
>         log level = 3
>         log file = /usr/local/var/log/samba/smb.log
>         printcap name = /usr/local/etc/lprng/printcap
>         preferred master = False
>         local master = No
>         domain master = False
>         write list = leorini, beaufils
>         printer admin = leorini, beaufils
>         printing = lprng
>         print command = /usr/local/bin/lpr  -P%p  %s
>         lpq command = /usr/local/bin/lpq -P%p
>         lprm command = /usr/local/bin/lprm -P%p %j
>         lppause command = /usr/local/sbin/lpc hold %p %j
>         lpresume command = /usr/local/sbin/lpc release %p %j
>         queuepause command = /usr/local/sbin/lpc -P%p stop
>         queueresume command = /usr/local/sbin/lpc -P%p start
>
> [print$]
>         path = /usr/local/share/printers
>
> [printers]
>         path = /usr/local/var/spool/samba
>         printable = Yes
>         browseable = No
> \----------------------------------------------------------------------/
>
> The UNIX user leorini has write access on the print$ share :
>
> /----------------------------------------------------------------------\
> $ ls -al /usr/local/share/printers
> total 4
> drwxrwxr-x   4 beaufils smac          512 May  4 17:57 .
> drwxr-xr-x   4 beaufils smac          512 May  4 17:51 ..
> drwxrwxr-x   2 beaufils smac          512 May  4 17:57 W32X86
> drwxrwxr-x   2 beaufils smac          512 May  4 17:57 WIN40
> \----------------------------------------------------------------------/
>
> The main problem is that I am unable to add a printer driver on the samba
> server.
>
> I did exactly what is described in the documentation but when I try to upload
> the printer driver to the samba server from a Windows 2000 station I am unable
> to use the "Add new printer driver" button since it is disable and the
> security tab says that only "WORKSTATION\root" has write access to the
> printer.
>
> Any idea of what I did the wrong way ?
>
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Hello Ian,
There is also a product called Sharity that runs on various different Unix 
platforms that would allow you to mount an NT share to a unix fs.  You can
read about it and what versions of Unix they support at http://www.obdev.at
.
Also, if you happen to be using HP-UX, the 11.0 release of HP-UX comes with
a product called CIFS/9000 Client, which will do the same thing.  or you can
download it from http://software.hp.com  under the network and system
management
section.  But it only installs on HP-UX 11.0 and later os revisions.
Hope this helps,
Don

-----Original Message-----
From: Ian Hadden [mailto:ianhadden at kuka.co.uk]
Sent: Wednesday, May 16, 2001 4:39 AM
To: samba at samba.org
Subject: Unix seeing NT 


Hi 
I'm hoping that you may be able to help, I have been set a small problem to
solve and am hoping that samba may be the answer. We have got an NT server
with several NT boxes and 3 Unix boxes. At the moment the Unix machines are
stand-alone with the drives being mounted on to each other. What I want to
do is "mount" one of the NT servers drives on to the Unix machines so that
all our information is stored on the NT server. I have spent the last couple
of days reading through as much of the information about samba that I can
find to the point where my head may explode. I have installed samba onto one
of the Unix machines and that is working in that the NT machines can see the
shared drives in the Unix box. The problem is that I cannot seem to find out
how to get it to work the other way round so that the Unix box can see the
NT drives. Is this possible and if so where do I find the set-up
information. Any help that you can give would be greatly appreciated as I am
not a system administrator and am really struggling. 
Thanks for your time 
Ian 



Ian Hadden
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	Existing system running 2.0.9 without any problems. Upgraded to
	2.2.0 and aftre a few minutes /var/run/samba/locking.tdb
	starts to grow and fill up entire filesystem (over 1.4GB).
	Restarted and brlock.tdb then had the problem.

	Reverted to 2.0.9 and all seems OK again.

	Anyone seen anything similar?

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Dear Sirs,

there is a semantic bug in the evaluation of (UNIX)group memberships for a
user in

lib/username.c
	user_in_unix_group_list
	user_in_netgroup_list

The membership is evaluated by comparing the textual group-names -> wrong
It should be the numeric id's that are compared.

BACKGROUND:

I'm working in a large organisation, where the number of group members
occasionally hits the 
1024 character per group limit ( Solaris 2.6 ).

The standard workaround is to create groups with different names, but
identical gid; eg:
dummy:*:4000:
dummy_1:*:4000:user_1,user_2,...
dummy_2:*:4000:user_128,user_129,...

In UNIX tradition a specification in SAMBA for " valid users = @dummy "
should resolve to 
all users of groups with gid 4000 which in the example are dummy, dummy_1
and dummy_2.

In all versions ( 1.9.x 2.0.x 2.2.x ) I have to specify " valid users =
@dummy_1 @dummy_2 ".
This behaviour creates unnecessary errortracking nuisances, when a user is
in a newly created 
group dummy_3 and reports access problems, as UNIX "id" and "groups" will
report him as being member of dummy.


With best regards
	Marc Franzmeier

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On Mon, 14 May 2001 02:08:28 Dmitry Melekhov wrote:
> Hello!
> 
> I get error during profile saving : "access denied" from 
> w2k with samba 2.2 from cvs. And this is true :)
> 
> [root at oraserv profiles]# [root at oraserv dm]# ls -l
> total 224
> drwx------    4 dm       dm           4096 May 14 10:57 Application
> Data
> 
> drwx------    2 dm       dm           4096 May 14 10:57 Cookies
> dr--------    2 dm       dm           4096 May 14 10:57 Desktop
> dr--------    4 dm       dm           4096 May 14 10:57 Favorites
> dr--------    3 dm       dm           4096 May 14 10:57 My Documents

Jeremy and I fixed this on Monday.  Update your CVS tree and 
things should be ok.






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Hi
I've used samba on linux for fileserver of my company .and I have 2 
directory on it ,named :

     1) dp-private
     2) dp-public
problemsare :

*) I want only root can write in DP-public directory ( and others only can
   read it.)

**)I want when  everybody access to his directory in dp-private (with every 
userid in NT ) ,system ask him both user and password .

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On Tue, 15 May 2001 09:57:53 Matthieu MARC wrote:
> 
> [print$]
>     path = /usr/local/samba/drivers
>     read only = yes
>     browseable = yes
>     guest ok = yes
>     write list = mma  (<- me)
> 
> I create the right directory tree in the print$ path. And 
> the user mma can read/write the ntdrivers.tdb file.

Is this user listed as a 'printer admin'?

> When  I try, from a NT Client, to install drivers on 
< the samba host using the NT add Printer Wizard (APW), the 
> files are upload to the samba drivers dir (print$), but it 
> failed to finish. I have not defined any addprinter command, 

If you don't have an 'addprinter command' you cannot 
use the APW on the Samba server.  Upload drivers using the 
"New Driver..." button from the existing printer's properties 
page.  Please look back over the printing chapter in the 
Samba-HOWTO-Collection.pdf on the docs page of samba.org.






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Hi there,

Is it possible to configure a share to be browseable
for only certain user and hidden for others?

Thanks a lot

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Hi

I hope it's OK mailing you because I didn'zt get any help
in the Usenet or similar.

Is there any way to permit some users changing their password ?
I know NT has this option but I haven't found it in Samba.

The Reason:
We are using Samba in our school. We have some private accouts
and some public accounts without password.
I dont't want to reset the password every time a student has changed it.

Thanks four your help

Tilo

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Dear All

> However, when I try to mount the files on the Linux box from the
> Win 95 machine with Network Neighborhood I find that an error
> message pops up which says that the Linux server cannot be found.
> But, we can see the machine on the network in Network Neighborhood.

Many thanks to everyone who helped me out with my Samba configuration
problem last week.  Most things now work.  I can drag and drop
folders across the network.

I have now plugged two Win 98 machines into the Samba box and find
that I can access the /home/dan folder and the /tmp folder on the
Linux box from the windoze machines.

However, I find that for some reason I cannot get into the other
folders on the Linux box from the windoze machines.  Can anyone help
with this ?  I would have posted the smb.conf file as well but I
didn't want to dump useless junk into someone else's mailbox.

Thank you

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I recently installed Samba 2.2.0 on a SuSE 7 system with the 2.4.3 
kernel.  Under both the previous version (I believe it was 2.0.7, but I 
won't swear to it) and 2.2.0, if I create a symlink to a directory within 
the same share on the Linux box, it does not show up on Windows 
clients.  I've got "wide links" set explicitly to "yes", and have "follow 
links" set explicitly to "yes" on all shares.

Any ideas what else I can try?  My folder names pretty much all have spaces 
in them, if that might be relevant.

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Gerald Carter wrote:

> On Tue, 15 May 2001 09:57:53 Matthieu MARC wrote:
> >
> > [print$]
> >     path = /usr/local/samba/drivers
> >     read only = yes
> >     browseable = yes
> >     guest ok = yes
> >     write list = mma  (<- me)
> >
> > I create the right directory tree in the print$ path. And
> > the user mma can read/write the ntdrivers.tdb file.
>
> Is this user listed as a 'printer admin'?
>
> > When  I try, from a NT Client, to install drivers on
> < the samba host using the NT add Printer Wizard (APW), the
> > files are upload to the samba drivers dir (print$), but it
> > failed to finish. I have not defined any addprinter command,
>
> If you don't have an 'addprinter command' you cannot
> use the APW on the Samba server.  Upload drivers using the
> "New Driver..." button from the existing printer's properties
> page.  Please look back over the printing chapter in the
> Samba-HOWTO-Collection.pdf on the docs page of samba.org.
>

So is someony have an example script or command to the directive
'addprinter command' ?

thanks

>
> Cheers, jerry
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I'm excessively biased, but the copy of Using Samba that's
part of the distribution has been updated to 2.0.7 (well,
2.0.9, really).

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Dear All

Just got this mailed to me after posting to the list......


From: "Mark Sweeney" <MASweeney at novell.com>
> I will be out on FTO May 14th though June 8th and will not being
> checking e-mail or voice-mail.
> If you have a request for information regarding NPS 1.0 on Solaris
> or Border Manger VPN please contact my manager Chuck Flood @ ext
> 78544.



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Hi;

I have entirprise 2 box setup with solaris 5.7 as a OS.  I have samba
installed on one of the file system.  when I try to access a file and
modify, it does not save the file with the same name.  I can  rename the
file and save it but can not save the same file after making some changed
ot it.  I get the follwoing eror.

" Acess to XXXXXXXX files was denied.

Any suggestions.

Thanks, Ijaz

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I have configured smb.conf for a public folder to be accessed.  The nmbd and
smbd are running with no errors but I still cannot see either the name of
the Solaris workstation or the shared directory it holds.  I ran testparms
and it finished fine stating my correct shared directory.  The following is
my smb.conf
;
; Make sure and restart the server after making changes to this file, ex:
; /etc/rc.d/init.d/smb stop
; /etc/rc.d/init.d/smb start

[global]
; Uncomment this if you want a guest account
;  guest account = nobody
   log file = /var/opt/samba-log.%m
   lock directory = /var/opt/samba/lock
   share modes = yes
;guest ok = yes

[public]
   comment = Public Stuff
   path = /usr/scripts/nodefiles
   read only = no
   public = yes
   writable = yes
   printable = no

Thanks to anyone who can assist me.

Rick Drummond
 Technical Analyst, IM Prod Svc
 972-516-6290
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 1255 West 15th Street
 Plano, TX  75075

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"Andrew Minett wrote:
| When logging into Samba (or onto a share), using an dialup Internet
| modem connection, it seems to take between 50-70 seconds to respond 
| to a Windows request. You can see the request leaving the modem and
| can count the 50-70 seconds before the modem responds from the Linux
| Server box. Don't see the same problem if I telnet, ftp or ssh to
the
| server.

	I think you're seeing the "wait for first two packets" bug.
	This is typically worked around in the TCP stack of
	non-windows machines by defeating slowstart for the
	first two to four packets.

	You may have to look at the ppp connection with a
	snooper, or find a ppp paramater that adresses this
	(historical) MS TCP bug.

--dave
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If you're on Linux, use smbmount, and if you're on unix,
smbsh. You'll need to rerun configure with a --with
option and recompile Samba to get them included.


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Hi..
What happens when you take 'guest only = yes' out?


Mike






'day all,

I have RedHat 6.2 and use SAMBA (2.0.6-9) to allow group printing
(works fine), and provide home directories for each NT4 workstation
on the network and a single shared directory. I can get the users
home directories to open OK (with username and password, despite the
security = share parameter), and can get the sharedir directory open
(without password!), but not with write access under any
circumstances.

If I change to security = user, I can access and write to home
directories, but still can't write to the sharedir, although, as
before, I can open it.

The smb.conf file (without comments) is reproduced below.

[global]

    workgroup = equality
    server string = Samba Server
    printcap name = /etc/printcap
    load printers = yes
    log file = /var/log/samba/log.%m
    max log size = 50
    security = share
    socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192
    domain master = yes
    preferred master = yes
    dns proxy = no
    unix password sync = no
    encrypt passwords = no
    map to guest = bad user
    password level = 0
    null passwords = no
    os level = 0
    preferred master = yes
    domain master = yes
    wins support = no
    dead time = 0
    debug level = 0

[homes]
    comment = Home Directories
    writable = yes
    browseable = no

[printers]
    comment = All Printers
    path = /var/spool/samba
    browseable = yes
    public = yes
    guest ok = yes
    writable = no
    printable = yes

[sharedir]
    comment = Shared Directory
    path = /sharedir
    browseable = yes
    public = yes
    guest only = yes
    writable = yes
    printable = no
Best Regards
Edwin Humphries
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I am using Redhat 7.1 and Samba 2.2 as a PDC to Windows 2000 clients in my
network and when clients are saving profiles to server, some of the saved
directories are created with mode 0600 and this causes problems when updating
profiles. This is my profiles section of smb.conf

[Profiles]
path=/export/profiles
writeable=yes
create mask = 0600
directory mask = 0700
force create mode = 0600
force directory mode = 0700

It works fine if I set create mask 0700 and force create mode 0700, but I
think that it shouldn't be like this. I use Redhat 7.0 rpm downloaded from
Samba web site, shouldn't it work fine with Redhat 7.1?

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This is a policy setting that you can configure through poledit

Brandon Caudle

>From: Mike Fedyk <mfedyk at matchmail.com>
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>Subject: Re: Dummy question
>Date: Tue, 15 May 2001 20:08:47 -0700
>
>On Tue, May 15, 2001 at 09:10:42PM -0600, Edwin Martinez wrote:
> > Hi all, how can disable de access to samba users in non work hours, like
> > Window$ NT
> >
> > Thanks,
>Problem with that, is you'll loose data if you block the access suddenly.
>
>IIRC, NT forces the user to logout at a certain time, if specified, and 
>only
>allows logins during a certain time.  You can allow logins during work 
>hours
>and let them stay logged in overnight also.
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>I believe this is a policy setting.
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>
> did you try:
>
> [share$]
>
> -or-
>
> [share\$]
>
> ???
>
> Sorry, haven't tried this myself.
>
> You can also not make it browsable, but can still map it.
>
> Mike

I have setup the share as "Backup$." This mounts fine, sorta. I can mount it
while logged in. What I have is a batch file I use to backup the contents of
4 network shares. This batch file mounts the admin shares, backs up the
contents, and then unmounts the shares. The Win2k and NT 4 servers mount the
admin shares I created on them fine. But the unix samba shares won't mount
via the batch file, they will only mount if I type in the same commands in at
a command prompt while logged in. Any clues??

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Hi, I have set up my printers and uploaded their drivers and all works
well under 2000 but how can i do that in 98.  I know that my 2000 server
allows you to do it but samba i'm not sure of ThanksBrandon

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Howdy folks, I have a need to run multiple workgroups/domains on a single 
server running samba, after a lot of reading through books and net searches, 
it seems the way to do it is to let the uusual samba server startup and then 
start up a second samba daemon using one of the command line switches to have 
it start up in daemon mode using a differnet smb.conf file than the default. 

Seems to me that I'd have to have it bind to a different set of ports too.... 


Does anyone know of a better/easier/more elegant method?  Presently using 
samba 2.07 and plan to upgrade to the latest and greatest in the next month 
or so. 

TIA 

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I cannot get my Windows 2000 Server to see drives on my linux box. I've
tested connecting thru smbclient on the linux box and was able to access the
homes share.  Here's my error on the Windows 2000.

H:\>net view \\linux
System error 5 has occurred.

Access is denied.

Any ideas? I'm using default settings in smb.conf.

Thanks,

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Greetings.

I'm running samba 2.2.0 as a PDC on a Linux box.  The linux box happens
to be the YP master for our network.  I'd like users to be able change
their passwords, via windows, and have the change propogate to the rest
of the YP clients on the network.  This implies samba will have to have
a password chat with the yppasswd program.

The issue is that yppasswd asks for the root password even when it is
run as root.  This means that the password chat, as specified in
smb.conf, must contain the root password *in plain text*.  If the root
password is in plain text in smb.conf, smb.conf should be readable only
by root.  If smb.conf is readble only by root, any smb utility that
users could normally use and that require reading of smb.conf will
choke.  See the dilemma?  It's a nice catch 22.  Let's not even mention
that having root's password in plain text ANYWHERE, whether readble by
everyone or not, is a very very lame idea.

This is a pressing problem.  Any ideas or possible solutions other than
that presented here already?  It's possible I'ver overlooked a few or
more things; if so, I'd appreciate the guidance.  :D

Regards,
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Mario,

If the printer is attached to a JetDirect you need to specify port 9100
in addition to the IP address, i.e. 192.137.83.65%9100 (IIRC, you
should double check the man pages to make sure I got that right).
If you use another type of print server check the docs to make sure
it doesn't need a port specified.

Regards.

At 11:46 AM 5/16/2001 +0100, you wrote:
>Hi!
>
>I'm trying to setup a printer in a Samba NT domain, but i'm quite stuck.
>I've seen this issue addresed here before, but it didn't helped me :-(
>I've already read books, HOW-TOs, browsed the ml, etc and still stuck
>
>It is a network one (which is it is not attached to any computer, rather
>is has its own IP address).
>
>I'm able to install it perfectly in any Windows 98 machine, being the
>drivers automatically installed, the printer appears correctly wherever
>it should, and everything runs smoothly.
>
>But when i try to print something from a Windows 98 machine, i get this
>error:
>
>"There was an error writing to \\File-srv\hp-lcd for printer HP LaserJet
>2100 Series PCL 6.
>There was a problem printing to the port.
>Check to make sure your printer is configured to use a valid port.
>The printer will be set to work offline.
>To save your print job in the local printer queue, click ok".
>
>
>Here are my /etc/printcap and smb.conf:
>Directory /tmp/samba/printers have permissions 1777.
>
>-------------------------printcap--------------------
>
>remote|lp4|193.137.83.65-hp|193.137.83.65 hp:\
>         :lp=:\
>         :rm=193.137.83.65:\
>         :rp=hp:\
>         :sd=/var/spool/lpd/193.137.83.65-hp:\
>         :lf=/var/spool/lpd/193.137.83.65-hp/log:\
>         :af=/var/spool/lpd/193.137.83.65-hp/acct:\
>         :ar:bk:mx#0:\
>         :tr=:cl:sh:
>
>----------------------- End of printcap -------------
>
>
>-------------------------smb.conf--------------------
>
>[global]
>   workgroup = dte.ua.pt
>
>   smb passwd file = /usr/local/samba/bin/passwd
>   encrypt passwords = yes
>   #unix password sync = yes
>   #passwd program = /usr/bin/passwd %u
>
>   wins support = yes
>   domain logons = yes
>
>   security = user
>   os level = 255
>   local master = yes
>   preferred master = yes
>   domain master = yes
>
>   netbios name = file-srv
>
>   client code page = 850
>   character set = ISO8859-1
>   valid chars = c:C b:B a:A `:@ j:J i:I m:M u:U s:S g:G
>
>
>
>   printer driver file = /tmp/samba/printers/printers.def
>   load printers = yes
>
>[netlogon]
>   comment = net logon comment
>   path = /export/samba/logon
>   public = no
>   writeable = no
>   browseable = no
>
>[homes]
>   comment = Areas pessoais.
>   browseable = yes
>   read only = no
>   guest ok = no
>
>[Docentes]
>   comment = Area partilhada para Docentes.
>   path = /home/Docentes
>   writeable = yes
>   guest ok = no
>   create mask = 660
>   directory mask = 770
>
>[Secretaria]
>   comment = Area partilhada para os funcionario da secretaria.
>   path=/home/Secretaria
>   writeable = yes
>   guest ok = no
>   create mask = 660
>   directory mask = 770
>
>[Comum]
>   comment = Area partilhada para funcionarios e Docentes.
>   path = /home/Comum
>   writeable = yes
>   guest ok = no
>   create mask = 666
>   directory mask = 777
>
>[print$]
>   path=/tmp/samba/printers
>   browsable = no
>   guest ok = yes
>
>[hp-lcd]
>   path=/tmp/samba/printers
>   printable = yes
>   guest ok = true
>   printer = remote
>   load printers = yes
>   printcap name = /etc/printcap
>   printing = BSD
>   print command = /usr/bin/lpr -Premote -r %s
>   lpq command = /usr/bin/lpr -P%p -r %s
>   lprm command = /usr/bin/lpq -P%p
>   lppause command = /usr/sbin/lpc hold %p %j
>   lpresume command = /usr/sbin/lpc release %p %j
>   queuepause command = /usr/sbin/lpc -P%p stop
>   queueresume command = /usr/sbin/lpc -P%p start
>   printer driver = HP LaserJet 2100 Series PCL 6
>   printer driver location = \\%L\print$
>
>------------------ End of smb.conf-----------------------
>
>
>Any help woul be appreciated.
>Thanks in advance.
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> Greetings.
> 
> I'm running samba 2.2.0 as a PDC on a Linux box.  The linux box happens
> to be the YP master for our network.  I'd like users to be able change
> their passwords, via windows, and have the change propogate to the rest
> of the YP clients on the network.  This implies samba will have to have
> a password chat with the yppasswd program.
> 
> The issue is that yppasswd asks for the root password even when it is
> run as root.  This means that the password chat, as specified in
> smb.conf, must contain the root password *in plain text*.  If the root
> password is in plain text in smb.conf, smb.conf should be readable only
> by root.  If smb.conf is readble only by root, any smb utility that
> users could normally use and that require reading of smb.conf will
> choke.  See the dilemma?  It's a nice catch 22.  Let's not even mention
> that having root's password in plain text ANYWHERE, whether readble by
> everyone or not, is a very very lame idea.
> 
> This is a pressing problem.  Any ideas or possible solutions other than
> that presented here already?  It's possible I'ver overlooked a few or
> more things; if so, I'd appreciate the guidance.  :D
You are right about the root passwd.
But, I have the same setup (linux YP-master and PDC). I use passwd 
for password syncing and cron to update yppasswd regularly. I have 
seen set-up's that put a "cd /var/yp; make" at the end of the 
password chat.

Christian



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> Hi;
> 
> I have entirprise 2 box setup with solaris 5.7 as a OS.  I have samba
> installed on one of the file system.  when I try to access a file and
> modify, it does not save the file with the same name.  I can  rename the
> file and save it but can not save the same file after making some changed
> ot it.  I get the follwoing eror.
> 
> " Acess to XXXXXXXX files was denied.
> 
> Any suggestions.
"Looking"
try to turn all locking off in samba and see if the problems is still 
there. If this "solves" the problem, try to debug it. Can be wiered: 
for exampel it took me day to discover that the novell client that 
still has been installed, but not used any more, on the PC's caused a 
lot of truble. Or you share a nfs mounted directory with samba. Or, 
....


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Hi guys,

I am trying to connect a VALinux NAS distribution to a Windows 2000 Domain.
All I want to do is to provide shared folders to Windows 2000 machines, but
I do not want to have to maintain a password consistency between the two
systems, so I thought that security=domain is the right solution and then
Samba will magically do the authentication of a user against the Avtive
Directory.
First thing, am I right here ? Is my idea the good one ?

Second, if I am right, I have a problem. I can't access to a Samba share, I
always get access denied. Problem is that I am sure that the login and the
password are good. Is there any thing with encrypted/unencrypted passwords ?

Does the Samba machines have to be part of the Domain ? Because when I do:
smbpasswd -j MYDOMAIN -r MYAD
I got an NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED.
Strange because when I use samedit, I can create a User on the Domain.

BTW, the Samba I use is samba-2.2-netattach3.0 which is a samba 2.2alpha2 I
think.

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I believe there could be a bug with the "root preexec" and "root preexec
close" commands in smb.conf.

I am running Samba 2.2.0 on a Solaris 7 machine, and I am able to connect
to the samba server from a Windows 2000 client using the Samba server as a
PDC.

In my smb.conf file, in the [global] section, I have:

root preexec = /cs/local/share/samba/smbaccess %u %m
root preexec close = true

I want to be able to use "root preexec" and its close counterpart to be
able to block users from logging into a machine.  Right now,
/cs/local/share/samba/smbaccess is a trivial script for testing purposes
only as follows:

#!/bin/sh

echo $1 $2 >> /tmp/smbaccess
exit 1

After I enter my name and password on the Win2000 client, there are 13
messages in Sambas log file that look like this:

[2001/05/16 14:30:36, 1] smbd/service.c:make_connection(574)
  preexec gave 1 - failing connection

preexec returns 1, but the login still succeeds!

I was under the impression that "root preexec close = true" would not
permit this login VIA the netlogon share, and that if this login failed,
the login to the domain would fail, and the user would be brought back to
the login box again.

This is really where my particular problem ends since that's what I need
to be able to do (denying users access to a share by machine), but the
general problem with root preexec doesn't end here.

Once I am in Windows, if I try to mount my home share, this fails as one
would expect (since the exit 1 call at the end of smbaccess)

If I then go to Unix and change the "exit 1" to "exit 0", now I can mount
the share successfully.

Everything *seems* okay.

BUT... if I disconnect from the share, change the "exit 0" back to "exit
1" and try to reconnect, I get 3 lines like this in the log file:

[2001/05/16 14:43:11, 1] smbd/service.c:make_connection(574)
  preexec gave 1 - failing connection

Now, Windows shows a red "X" through the line at the bottom of the share
in "My Computer", but I am still able to open files, create a folder, and
even a text document in this share, so full access is available.  smbd
shouldn't be allowing me to do this since the connection to the service
should have been killed after the preexec returned 1.  I thought the issue
might just be one of caching, but if it is, I wouldn't have been able to
create a folder or a file in that folder on the share.

Jason Keltz
jas at cs.yorku.ca

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Hi all,

If I open an MS Access application twice and the (one and only) data file is
on samba the second application will either slow down dramaticaly or will
fail complaining about some other user having locked the data. This will not
happen if you place the data file on NT or Win98 shares and I have the
suspicion that this was not happening in samba 2.0.x also but I can't tell
for sure. This will also not happen if you leave the data in samba but open
the application from two (or even more) DIFERENT PCs!!!

I must note that I've allready turned off oplocks (but have not set strickt
locking)

The log file (after setting debug level to 3) showed up these diferences
between opening the application once and opening the application twice:

in case I open the mdb file once I get only these errors in the log:
====================================================
12 lines of :
  error packet at line 1188 cmd=8 (SMBgetatr) eclass=1 ecode=2
02 lines of:
  error packet at line 816 cmd=50 (SMBtrans2) eclass=1 ecode=2
02 lines of:
  error packet at line 1188 cmd=8 (SMBgetatr) eclass=1 ecode=2
and finaly:
  error packet at line 4379 cmd=36 (SMBlockingX) eclass=1 ecode=33
  error packet at line 4447 cmd=36 (SMBlockingX) eclass=1 ecode=33
  error packet at line 4379 cmd=36 (SMBlockingX) eclass=1 ecode=33

in case I open the same mdb twice then the second time
I get the above plus:
=======================================================
another  *** 1 9 7 ***  lines with:
  error packet at line 4447 cmd=36 (SMBlockingX) eclass=1 ecode=33
and another 3 lines:
  error packet at line 4379 cmd=36 (SMBlockingX) eclass=1 ecode=33

My setup is a Linux red hat 7 runing samba 2.2.0 and a proxy server (squid
v???)

Any suggestions are welcome.

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On Wed, 16 May 2001, Jason Keltz wrote:

> I was under the impression that "root preexec close = true" would not
> permit this login VIA the netlogon share, and that if this login
> failed, the login to the domain would fail, and the user would be
> brought back to the login box again.

No.  The domain logon is performed using RPC.  see
rpc_server/srv_netlog_nt.c for _net_sam_logon()

the [netlogon] share is as a distribution point for files,
policies, and scripts.  It is not exactly analogous to the netlogon
service under NT I don't think.

> This is really where my particular problem ends since that's what I
> need to be able to do (denying users access to a share by machine),
> but the general problem with root preexec doesn't end here.

I think on a per share basis will work.









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On Wed, 16 May 2001 10:01:15 Matthieu MARC wrote:
>
> So is someony have an example script or command 
> to the directive 'addprinter command' ?

Not currently, but there is perl code to parse
smb.conf and add/remove sections.  Look in
examples/misc/modify_samba_config.pl.  Of course,
you will also need to add/remove the printer
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RedHat use more that 1 rpm for samba, so you have to uninstall each
of them. Do a rpm -qa|grep samba to know the names.
Then uninstall with: rpm -ev samba samba-client samba-common
Install the samba rpm from samba.org:
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That should work
Oliver

Patrick Knecht wrote:

>Hi there,
>
>where could I get a samba 2.2.0 rpm for RedHat  7.1 ? Sorry im fairly
>new linux user. Or could me someone explain how could I compile the c
>code bymyself ? (with make ?! )
>
>Thanks a lot!
>
>Patrick
>

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Greetings

I have installed Samba Server two months ago, and I noticed that some of my
Microsoft Office files has been damaged. I don4t know if SMB hav something to
deal with that, but that files (1 .xls. 3 .pps, at least 2 .mdb and now 2
.doc) are impossible to open since y backed it up in my Linux server... I just
copied it from my Win98 PC in the Server using the drag and drop method. When
I try to open that files the messages are something like "Unrecognized type
file"... it first open the respective application (Word, Acces, Powerpoint or
Excel) and then ut shows the message. I copied the files in the others PC's
and the results are the same. I have a lot of Microsoft Office files in my
PC... but that "now bad" files, are the most important and the most difficult
to do again.
Again... I don't know if this is a "Samba Server Effect"... but I just don4t
know what to do.... PLEASE HELP ME!

Thanks
Josi Quiroz

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I have recently instally RH7 with Samba 2.0.7-21ssl.  I can see my linux box
from a windows workstation but I can't access anything.  Windows asks me for a
password and it always says incorrect.  I have my username and passwords
insync between the windows NT and Linux.  Any suggestions?  I tried to
configure the samba configuration file, and everything appears to be okay but
obviously something is wrong.  I currently have:
[global]
workgroup = LSA
server string = Samba Server
security = user
guest account = guest
encrypt passwords = yess
mb passwd file = /etc/samba/smbpasswd
unix password sync = yes
passwd program = /usr/bin/passwd %u
passwd chat = *New*UNIX*password* %n\n *ReType*new*UNIX*password* %n\n
*passwd:*all*authentication*tokens*updated*successfully*
username map = /etc/samba/smbusers
include = /etc/samba/smb.conf.%m
local master = no
os level = 33
domain master = yes
preferred master = yes
domain logons = yes
logon scrip = %U.bat
wins support = yes
dns proxy = no
case sensitive = no
[homes]
comment = Home Dircetories
browseable = no
writable = yes
[netlogon]
comment = Network Logon Service
path = /home/netlogon
guest ok = yes
writable = no
share modes = yes
[printers]
comment = All Printers
path = /var/spool/samba
browseable = no
guest ok = yes
printable = yes
[tmp]
comment = Temporary file space
path = /tmp
read only = no
public = yes
[public]
comment = Public Stuff
path = /home/samba
public = yes
writable = yes
printable = no
write list = @staff
[public]
path = /usr/tmp/test
public = yes
only guest = yes
writable = yes
printable = no
any suggestion?!?!
Jeannie

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On Wed, 16 May 2001 16:18:01 +0100, Richard Ibbotson wrote:

>Dear All
>Just got this mailed to me after posting to the list......
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>From: "Mark Sweeney" <MASweeney at novell.com>
>> I will be out on FTO May 14th though June 8th and will not being
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Don't worry about it. Just ignore it.
Someone who get's the list at work, forgot to suspend the list
while he was away and turned on an out of office message. The
mailer is replying to list messages.

That's why I think it best to just have an email address just
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Christian Barth wrote:
> 
> > Greetings.
> >
> > I'm running samba 2.2.0 as a PDC on a Linux box.  The linux box happens
> > to be the YP master for our network.  I'd like users to be able change
> > their passwords, via windows, and have the change propogate to the rest
> > of the YP clients on the network.  This implies samba will have to have
> > a password chat with the yppasswd program.
> >
> > The issue is that yppasswd asks for the root password even when it is
> > run as root.  This means that the password chat, as specified in
> > smb.conf, must contain the root password *in plain text*.  If the root
> > password is in plain text in smb.conf, smb.conf should be readable only
> > by root.  If smb.conf is readble only by root, any smb utility that
> > users could normally use and that require reading of smb.conf will
> > choke.  See the dilemma?  It's a nice catch 22.  Let's not even mention
> > that having root's password in plain text ANYWHERE, whether readble by
> > everyone or not, is a very very lame idea.
> >
> > This is a pressing problem.  Any ideas or possible solutions other than
> > that presented here already?  It's possible I'ver overlooked a few or
> > more things; if so, I'd appreciate the guidance.  :D
> You are right about the root passwd.
> But, I have the same setup (linux YP-master and PDC). I use passwd
> for password syncing and cron to update yppasswd regularly. I have
> seen set-up's that put a "cd /var/yp; make" at the end of the
> password chat.
> 
> Christian

Hmm, a little detective work and I think I may have solved this issue
for both of us.  In short, yppasswd & yppasswdd behavior is rather
bizarre.

It seems that most linux distributions ship with an rpc.yppasswdd that
is compiled with the CHECKROOT option enabled.  Eg:

rpc.yppasswdd - NYS YP server version 1.3.9 (with CHECKROOT)

What CHECKROOT means is that the first password entered is checked
against root's password.  If it matches, the password change is allowed
to proceed.  Ignore the prompts!  Yes, I know, when run as root it says
"Please enter root password:".  When run as a user, it says "Please
enter old password:".  But the same checks occur regardless of yppasswd
being run as root or a normal user.  If compiled with CHECKROOT,
yppasswdd will compare the first entered passwd against the user's
passwd on the YP master; if not a match, it compares it against root's
passwd.  If still not a match, it chokes.  Without CHECKROOT enabled
during compile, the check is only against the user's current passwd
(yppasswd will say "Please enter root password" but it will be checking
it against the user's passwd).  Silly eh?

What it all means, assuming yppasswdd is compiled with CHECKROOT:
- CHECKROOT is a hack to allow root to change a user's passwd without
knowing that user's current passwd.  I must say a pretty poor one at
that.
- Root can enter either root's passwd or the user's passwd at the first
prompt to allow the passwd change to occur.
- In theory, a user running yppasswd to change his own passwd could
enter root's passwd at the firt prompt to allow the passwd change to
occur.  (of course... well... we needn't say anymore).
- Samba users can use yppasswd to change users' passwords because samba
knows the user's old passwd, correct? (via %o in the chat string?)

YP (*ahem* NIS) is looking more and more evil.  *sigh*

Regards,
kw

PS -- I glanced over source for ypserv-1.99.0 (update.c) and
yp-tools-2.5 (yppasswd.c), both available from ftp.kernel.org.

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When I installed Samba on my Linux boxes, I had to add the Samba box to my
NT domain BEFORE the smbpasswd -j MYNTDOMAIN would work....

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Hi guys,

I am trying to connect a VALinux NAS distribution to a Windows 2000 Domain.
All I want to do is to provide shared folders to Windows 2000 machines, but
I do not want to have to maintain a password consistency between the two
systems, so I thought that security=domain is the right solution and then
Samba will magically do the authentication of a user against the Avtive
Directory.
First thing, am I right here ? Is my idea the good one ?

Second, if I am right, I have a problem. I can't access to a Samba share, I
always get access denied. Problem is that I am sure that the login and the
password are good. Is there any thing with encrypted/unencrypted passwords
?

Does the Samba machines have to be part of the Domain ? Because when I do:
smbpasswd -j MYDOMAIN -r MYAD
I got an NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED.
Strange because when I use samedit, I can create a User on the Domain.

BTW, the Samba I use is samba-2.2-netattach3.0 which is a samba 2.2alpha2 I
think.

Regards.

Jerome




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Thanks,

But I added a computer named NAS to my Active Directory and I also used
samedit to add a user NAS$.
Something strange is that when I browse the Domain from a Windows 2000
computer I see a computer named NAS. So I guess it is part of the Domain.

Jerome

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Subject: Re: samba security=domain and Windows 2000 Active Directory


>
> When I installed Samba on my Linux boxes, I had to add the Samba box to my
> NT domain BEFORE the smbpasswd -j MYNTDOMAIN would work....
>
> Peace....
>
> Tom
> My DVD Collection
>
>
>
>                     "Jerome
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>
> Hi guys,
>
> I am trying to connect a VALinux NAS distribution to a Windows 2000
Domain.
> All I want to do is to provide shared folders to Windows 2000 machines,
but
> I do not want to have to maintain a password consistency between the two
> systems, so I thought that security=domain is the right solution and then
> Samba will magically do the authentication of a user against the Avtive
> Directory.
> First thing, am I right here ? Is my idea the good one ?
>
> Second, if I am right, I have a problem. I can't access to a Samba share,
I
> always get access denied. Problem is that I am sure that the login and the
> password are good. Is there any thing with encrypted/unencrypted passwords
> ?
>
> Does the Samba machines have to be part of the Domain ? Because when I do:
> smbpasswd -j MYDOMAIN -r MYAD
> I got an NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED.
> Strange because when I use samedit, I can create a User on the Domain.
>
> BTW, the Samba I use is samba-2.2-netattach3.0 which is a samba 2.2alpha2
I
> think.
>
> Regards.
>
> Jerome
>
>
>
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On Wed, May 16, 2001 at 12:40:35AM -0700, Michael St. Laurent wrote:
> For those who are interested in MS Fax Integration I've been able to decode
> the file format that Microsoft At Work Fax uses when it writes to the shared
> directory to send a fax over the network to another system for transmission.
> 
> Here it is:
> 
<snip>
> 
> The schedule type can be: 01-ASAP, 03-After given time, 04-Between given
> times.  Dates/Times are expressed in Greenwich Mean Time and the format is 2
> bytes each for: Year, Month, Day, Day of week, Hour (24), Minute.  If the
> schedule type is 01 the date/time fields will be empty.  If schedule type is
> 04 the user chose the "discount rates" selection for time to send and the
> date/time fields will be blank except for the hour field (in this case the
> time is not GMT).

Very interesting!

Good job,

Mike

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I posted earlier from work and thought I would post again and clerify my
situation a bit

I just installed a clean copy of LinuxMandrake 8.0 with the latest cvs
release of smaba 2.2 as of 9pm lastnight (I just update at 5pm this
evening). The download, configure, compile and install all went fine. I
have configured the smb.conf with no problems and ran testparm with no
errors.

I am now running through the steps in the DIAG document to ensure all is
working as they should,
unfortuantly I am unable to get past step one of this document.

I run smbclient -L stratus -U% 
and get the following

Got a positive name query response from 192.168.13.1 ( 192.168.13.1 )
Domain=[TRICE] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 2.2.0]
tree connect failed: ERRDOS - ERRnosuchshare (You specified an invalid
share name)

I can on the other hand directly connect to the share

smbclient //trice/download -U%

Got a positive name query response from 192.168.13.1 ( 192.168.13.1 )
Domain=[TRICE] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 2.2.0]
smb: \>

again, this is _ALL_ done from the same server samba is running on,
nothing is done from another server or client!

Is there a issue with browsing with LM 8.0 and samab 2.2? here is my
smb.conf again (tweaked)

[global]
   workgroup = TRICE
   NETBIOS NAME = TRICE
   server string = Hell's Kitchen samba server
   hosts allow = 192.168.13. 127.
   load printers = no
   guest account = nobody
   log file = /usr/local/samba/var/log.%m
   max log size = 50
   security = share
   socket options = TCP_NODELAY
   local master = yes
   os level = 33
   wins support = yes
   wins proxy = yes
   dns proxy = yes
   interfaces = 192.168.13.1
   bind interfaces only = yes
   remote announce = 192.168.13.255
[homes]
   comment = Home Directories
   browseable = yes
   writable = yes
[download]
   comment = HK's File Repository
   path = /download
   browseable = yes
   public = yes
   writable = yes
[web]
   comment = HK's Web Site
   path = /var/www
   browseable = yes
   public = yes
   writable = yes
[tmp]
   comment = Temporary file space
   path = /tmp
   public = yes
   browseable = yes


Please, someone lend a hand here

Regards,
Ron


P.S
I have no ipchains/tables to block packets etc.. everything on this box
is wide open
I even have the security set to low etc.. this box is a hackers dream!
(until I have samba and
other utils configure properly)

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Hi all...

Here's my setup......

One samba server...(no NT servers)
a bunch of NT 4 workstations....(service pack 6)

My samba server (2.0.7) has all my user accounts and such....
The only account on the NT workstation is the administrator....
How can I setup samba so that when ALL samba users log in....
they get just one profile? the same every time....

thanks for your time

Mike

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Hi,

I tried to install smaba on NEC system with NEC Unix, here is the part of log
which gave error:


Can you please tell me is there any thing wrong in what I did, or is there
some other way to install it.

Thanks,

Sreeram.

./configure
loading cache ./config.cache
checking for gcc... no
checking for cc... cc
checking whether the C compiler (cc -O ) works... yes
checking whether the C compiler (cc -O ) is a cross-compiler... no
checking whether we are using GNU C... no
checking whether cc accepts -g... yes
checking for a BSD compatible install... /usr/bin/X11/install -c
checking for gawk... gawk
checking whether cc understands -c and -o together... yes
checking that the C compiler understands volatile... yes
checking host system type... configure: error: can not guess host type; you
must specify one
13 sms01a root> ./configure --host sms01a
loading cache ./config.cache
checking for gcc... no
checking for cc... cc
checking whether the C compiler (cc -O ) works... yes
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checking for a BSD compatible install... /usr/bin/X11/install -c
checking for gawk... gawk
checking whether cc understands -c and -o together... yes
checking that the C compiler understands volatile... yes
checking host system type... Invalid configuration `sms01a': machine `sms01a'
not recognized

checking target system type... Invalid configuration `sms01a': machine
`sms01a' not recognized

checking build system type... Invalid configuration `sms01a': machine
`sms01a'
not recognized

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checking for kernel oplock type definitions... no
checking for irix specific capabilities... no
checking for int16 typedef included by rpc/rpc.h... no
checking for uint16 typedef included by rpc/rpc.h... no
checking for int32 typedef included by rpc/rpc.h... no
checking for uint32 typedef included by rpc/rpc.h... no
checking for conflicting AUTH_ERROR define in rpc/rpc.h... no
checking for test routines... yes
checking for ftruncate extend... yes
checking for broken getgroups... no
checking whether getpass should be replaced... yes
checking for working fnmatch... yes
checking for secure mkstemp... yes
checking for broken inet_ntoa... no
checking for sysconf(_SC_NGROUPS_MAX)... yes
checking for root... yes
checking for iface AIX... no
checking for iface ifconf... got 2 interfaces:
ec0        IP=10.4.0.71 NETMASK=255.255.255.0
lo0        IP=127.0.0.1 NETMASK=255.0.0.0
yes
checking for setresuid... no
checking for setreuid... OK
yes
checking for shared mmap... yes
checking for ftruncate needs root... yes
checking for fcntl locking... yes
checking for broken (glibc2.1/x86) 64 bit fcntl locking... no
checking for 64 bit fcntl locking... no
checking for sysv ipc... yes
checking for IRIX sysv ipc semun problem using gcc... no
checking for a crypt that needs truncated salt... no
checking for broken nisplus include files... yes
checking whether to use smbwrapper... no
checking whether to use AFS... no
checking whether to use DFS auth... no
checking whether to use Kerberos IV... no
checking whether to use Kerberos 5... no
checking whether to use AUTOMOUNT... no
checking whether to use SMBMOUNT... no
checking whether to use PAM password database... no
checking whether to use LDAP password database... no
checking whether to use NISPLUS password database... no
checking whether to use NISPLUS_HOME... no
checking whether to use SSL... no
checking whether to use syslog logging... no
checking whether to use profiling... no
checking whether to support netatalk... no
checking whether to support disk-quotas... no
checking whether to support utmp accounting... no
checking whether to install Using Samba book... ${prefix}/swat/using_samba
checking how to get filesystem space usage
checking statvfs64 function (SVR4)... no
checking statvfs function (SVR4)... yes
checking if large file support can be enabled
no
checking configure summary
configure OK
updating cache ./config.cache
creating ./config.status
creating include/stamp-h
creating Makefile
creating include/config.h


***********************************************************



but its
 definition is dubious or not existent.
        extern bool xdr_ypall(XDR *, struct ypall_callback *);
 -------------------------------------------^
Compiling smbd/ssl.c
cfe: Warning 865: /usr/include/rpcsvc/yp_prot.h, line 392: struct/union/enum
'ypall_callback' is used, but its
 definition is dubious or not existent.
        extern bool xdr_ypall(XDR *, struct ypall_callback *);
 -------------------------------------------^
Compiling lib/fnmatch.c
cfe: Warning 865: /usr/include/rpcsvc/yp_prot.h, line 392: struct/union/enum
'ypall_callback' is used, but its
 definition is dubious or not existent.
        extern bool xdr_ypall(XDR *, struct ypall_callback *);
 -------------------------------------------^
Compiling lib/talloc.c
cfe: Warning 865: /usr/include/rpcsvc/yp_prot.h, line 392: struct/union/enum
'ypall_callback' is used, but its
 definition is dubious or not existent.
        extern bool xdr_ypall(XDR *, struct ypall_callback *);
 -------------------------------------------^
Compiling lib/hash.c
cfe: Warning 865: /usr/include/rpcsvc/yp_prot.h, line 392: struct/union/enum
'ypall_callback' is used, but its
 definition is dubious or not existent.
        extern bool xdr_ypall(XDR *, struct ypall_callback *);
 -------------------------------------------^
Linking bin/smbd
ld: smbd/server.o: fatal error: cannot open file for reading. No such file or
directory(errno = 2).
*** Error code 1 (bu21)
make: fatal error.
16 sms01a root> make revert
Not restoring bin/smbd
Not restoring bin/nmbd
Not restoring bin/swat
Not restoring bin/smbclient
Not restoring bin/smbspool
Not restoring bin/testparm
Not restoring bin/testprns
Not restoring bin/smbstatus
Not restoring bin/rpcclient
Not restoring bin/smbpasswd
Not restoring bin/make_smbcodepage
Not restoring bin/make_unicodemap
Not restoring bin/nmblookup
Not restoring bin/make_printerdef
Not restoring ./script/smbtar
Not restoring ./script/addtosmbpass
Not restoring ./script/convert_smbpasswd
17 sms01a root>


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Hi!

The files in the
/usr/share/doc/packages/samba/examples/printer-accounting directory read
into samba logs and make reports.

How to change the format of the samba log and include:

user name
date
printer name
job size
pages aprox

Please help me!.
A little tip will be very nice.

Thanks.



Note: I speak spanish. My English is so bad.

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Brandon Caudle wrote:

> This is a policy setting that you can configure through poledit
>
> Brandon Caudle
>
> >From: Mike Fedyk <mfedyk at matchmail.com>
> >To: Samba Mailing List <samba at samba.org>
> >Subject: Re: Dummy question
> >Date: Tue, 15 May 2001 20:08:47 -0700
> >
> >On Tue, May 15, 2001 at 09:10:42PM -0600, Edwin Martinez wrote:
> > > Hi all, how can disable de access to samba users in non work hours, like
> > > Window$ NT
> > >
> > > Thanks,
> >Problem with that, is you'll loose data if you block the access suddenly.
> >
> >IIRC, NT forces the user to logout at a certain time, if specified, and
> >only
> >allows logins during a certain time.  You can allow logins during work
> >hours
> >and let them stay logged in overnight also.
> >
> >I believe this is a policy setting.
> >
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On Wed, May 16, 2001 at 09:34:24AM -0700, Josh Benton wrote:
> I have setup the share as "Backup$." This mounts fine, sorta. I can mount it 
> while logged in. What I have is a batch file I use to backup the contents of 
> 4 network shares. This batch file mounts the admin shares, backs up the 
> contents, and then unmounts the shares. The Win2k and NT 4 servers mount the 
> admin shares I created on them fine. But the unix samba shares won't mount 
> via the batch file, they will only mount if I type in the same commands in at 
> a command prompt while logged in. Any clues??
> 
Hmm, can you give more specifics?

How are you running the script without being logged in? at/schedule?

Did you log what the error message was?

try something like
net use ... > file 2>&1

Mike

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On Wed, May 16, 2001 at 12:37:13PM +1000, Tony Shepherd wrote:
> Hi folks
> 
> Is it possible to take a smbpasswd file and move the users entries into
> the PCNL SAM?  I am trying to avoid having to reset password's for users
> when moving from a SAMBA installation (using encrypted passwds) to a
> PCNL installation.  
> 
> 
Just get the lanman hashes and crack em, that'll get the majority of them,
the rest'll probably have to be reset.  You'll have most of them within two days.

Unless the hashes won't be stored any differently, you could just copy the
hashes.  Do you know?

What is PCNetlink anyway?

Mike

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On Mon, 14 May 2001 06:44:40 Joachim Keltsch wrote:
>
> And I'm especially keen on the MS-DFS part, in which 
> I unfortunately found a problem.
> 
> On browsing filesystem trees a NT Workstation seems to 
> lookup files called "desktop.ini" in each node.
> It also seems to do so in some sub nodes within 
> a DFS share which results in a DFS referral to that 
> machine.

The desktop.ini is an "Active Desktop" thing IIRC.
Anyone know how to disable this?

> Unfortunately this lookup/referral seems only to 
> happen when the corresponding server is unavailable.

strange...

> This makes browsing DFS root directories very slow 
> from DFS clients since it hangs with each referenced 
> server not available at the moment. We first thought this 
> were name resolution problems but were proved false. It 
> really concerned machines being down at that time only.
>
..
> serving the same shares from an NT DFS Server does 
> not produce the hangs even within explorer.

ok.  I'll work on some testing.

> I can supply the complete level 5 log file of that 
> session (700kB) if you are interested or create one 
> with a higher lock level. However, it seems easy to 
> reproduce, so you might not need it.

Go ahead and send me these (offlist of course).






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Hi;

I have entirprise 2 box setup with solaris 5.7 as a OS.  I have samba
installed on one of the file system.  when I try to access a file and
modify, it does not save the file with the same name.  I can  rename the
file and save it but can not save the same file after making some changed
ot it.  I get the follwoing eror.

" Acess to XXXXXXXX files was denied.

Any suggestions.

Thanks, Ijaz

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I have applied the patch that was supplied when
the problem was reported, but I'm still have an
odd problem with the %U variable.  I can now include
it in my smb.conf file for logging options, paths and
other things, but I do have strange results when using
the include parameter.  I'm hoping that it is just me
doing something stupid.

I'm running samba 2.2.0, with substitute.c patched
to include the %U fix.  It is running on Solaris 8,
compiled with gcc 2.95.2.  I have it setup as a PDC,
which may/may not be part of the problem.  My problem
comes when the following is included in smb.conf:

        include = /samba/current/lib/smb.conf.%U

These specific include files have the "browsable = No"
option set for various shares, based on the user
logging in.  If I start and stop samba, and then
login to the samba PDC, ALL of the shares listed
in smb.conf are browsable.  If I then restart the
samba server without logging out of the PDC, then
only those browsable shares show up in the Network
Neighborhood.

I've even tried to restrict the extra include file
by machine, using %m, and it works properly.  I can
log in and browse only those shares I am allowed to
browse.

Like I said earlier, I'm probably doing something
stupid, but this is really getting kind of weird.

-Jim

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On Fri, 4 May 2001, Yury Bukin wrote:

> Hi!
>
> I have samba 2.2.0, but it not correctly working.
>
> smb.conf
> -------
> [global]
>    include = /etc/samba/smb.conf.%a
>    include = /etc/samba/smb.conf.%U
>    include = /etc/samba/smb.conf.%g
> ---------
> The problem is that when logging on, include = /etc/samba/smb.conf.%U
> not worked, but include = /etc/samba/smb.conf.%a worked fine.
>
> While all share inserted into smb.conf, but there are many shares for
> group or user only.
> previous version of Samba work good with this coniguration.
>
>
> Yury Bukin
>  mailto:to_yury at hotbox.ru
>  ICQ: 101879815
>
>
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I've done some further testing and have found some
interesting info with log level = 3.  When I
have the following include statement:

        include = /samba/current/lib/smb.conf.%m

I can grep the following output in the log:

% grep -n smb.conf log.smbd

4:  Can't find include file /samba/current/lib/smb.conf.smbd
144:  params.c:pm_process() - Processing configuration file
"/usr/local/samba/lib/smb.conf"
150:  params.c:pm_process() - Processing configuration file
"/samba/current/lib/smb.conf.<NETBIOS name>"

If I have the include statement set like this:

        include = /samba/current/lib/smb.conf.%U

Then a grep of the log shows:

% grep -n smb.conf log.smbd

1215:  Can't find include file /samba/current/lib/smb.conf.
1355:  params.c:pm_process() - Processing configuration file
"/usr/local/samba/lib/smb.conf"
1361:  Can't find include file /samba/current/lib/smb.conf.
1463:  params.c:pm_process() - Processing configuration file
"/usr/local/samba/lib/smb.conf"
1469:  params.c:pm_process() - Processing configuration file
"/samba/current/lib/smb.conf.<Client Name>"

It seems to take two itterations to find the %U named
config file, and doesn't accept any of its settings once
it does.

-Jim

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Gerald Carter wrote:

> On Mon, 14 May 2001 02:08:28 Dmitry Melekhov wrote:
> > Hello!
> >
> > I get error during profile saving : "access denied" from
> > w2k with samba 2.2 from cvs. And this is true :)
> >
> >
> Jeremy and I fixed this on Monday.  Update your CVS tree and
> things should be ok.
>

Yes. All is OK now. Thank you!

And thanks to all who tried to help me :)

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I'm in heavy need of the global option "ole locking compatibility = No" in
samba because of the main accounting software used in my company.
While trying to install new and mighty samba-2.2.0 from Mandrake I discovered
that this option is out. Why & who dropped it off ?!!!
Any guys from Russia: "How can I run 1C with samba-2.2.0 (Mandrake Linux)?"

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Andrew Minett wrote:

> 1) Link is as follows:
> [client] =>[dialup modem]=>[ISP]=>[ISDN]=>[LAN]=>[Linux Box- IP Address]

OK, now we are talking!  How are you getting from [ISDN]=>[LAN]=>[Linux Box- IP
Address].
No, I don't want you to tell me you just type in the Linux box IP address and
your there. Once your client dials into the ISP you have established a TCP/IP
connection and nothing more. What are you using to facilitate the SMB protocal
between your winXX clients and your Samba box?

Theoretically, simply establishing a TCP/IP connection between WinXX machines
(client and LAN) on the same "Workgroup" could force MS networking to be
established between the MS machines on your LAN and your dial-in client. (don't
quote me on this) This could explain the delay in opening shared resouces on the
LAN WinXX machines, but wouldn't explain delays opening "Linux" shares on your
Samba box.

If you think you are connecting to WinXX shares mounted via smbclient on your
Linux box your probably actually connecting to the WinXX shared resources
directly via MS networking which would explain the delay ... while the name
resolution battle is taking place. (AGAIN, DON'T QUOTE ME ON THIS, I'M
BRAINSTORMING. I DON'T HAVE THE KNOWLEDGE TO PULL A RABBIT DIRECTLY OUT OF THE
HAT FOR YOU)

I need to know how you think you are establishing the SMB connection between
your dial-in client and the Samba box on your LAN. I mean pure TCP/IP gets you
telnet/SSH,  FTP and whatever else, but it sounds like you actually want to
dial-in and join the LAN as a peer, which, to my understanding, requires VPN (or
a song and prayer that MS networking will do it for you) TCP/IP alone doesn't do
it you have to talk SMB somehow. (AGAIN, DON'T QUOTE ME ON THIS, I'M
BRAINSTORMING)

All I can tell you is that I do it this way:

... => [ISP] => [Linksys cable/DSL router - port forwarded to (the exact port
escapes me - I'm at home) my Linux box] => [pptpd daemon] => [IP Forwarding
within my Linux box] => [my WinXX machines on my office LAN]

For your dial-in clients, they can establish a connection with the ISP and then
connect via VPN which simply "pushes" the original TCP/IP connection down one
level on the stack allowing the VPN connection to flow over the original
connection. (don't ask me to explain further than that - period - I'm lucky if I
got that much right) All I know is it works ;-)  Now, as before, I'll cc: this
to the list and Master Bartlett to shoot holes in my logic and hopefully get you
up and running. Hopefully there is something more substantive in my theory than
thinly veiled prognostications from a trial lawyer that still thinks he has a
clue about the tech world. (Disclaimer - I keep my stuff running by hook or
crook and try to help and give back as much knowledge as I can but the simple
fact is I have a realtively shallow cup of WAN/LAN/Linux/Samba knowledge to
offer - I'm still learning as much as I can every day)

>
>
> 2) Linux box running Samba, Linux, MySQL, PHP script, Apache
>

OK, got it, my only thought is your need something other than Samba to allow
your Linux box to talk SMB over a remote TCP/IP connection (GUYS I DON'T KNOW -
HELP ME OUT HERE)

>
> 3) Win98 running microsoft products only.
>

FINE - Make sure you have a VPN client loaded if required!

>
> 4) Linux box currently only being used as a file server
>

No issue.

>
> 5) Using Windows Explorer, Word, Excel etc to save and retrieve files
> directly to the Linux box
>

Windows Explorer shouldn't care if it is browsing files server via Apache and
php. Word and Excel need to be able to "browse" the Linux shares.

>
> 6) Have not implemented POPTOP VPN at this stage
>

May be required (LETS GET SOME INPUT FROM THE GURUS!)

>
> 7) Have also cobbled together a file browser system which connects like a
> dream to Linux in 1-2secs max.
>

NEVER DONE LINUX-TO-LINUX IN THIS SITUATION SO I CAN'T HELP

>
> 8) Time delay only exists when trying to log Samba machine through Microsoft
> Explorer or Run
>

I UNDERSTAND THE PROBLEM

>
> Thanks for your help.
>
> Andrew Minett
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: David Rankin <drankin at cox-internet.com>
> To: Andrew Minett <aminett at silvertontech.com>; Samba <samba at us5.samba.org>
> Cc: Andrew Bartlett <abartlet at pcug.org.au>
> Sent: Wednesday, May 16, 2001 2:26 PM
> Subject: Re: Remote Connection Delays From WinXX Machines
>
> > Andrew Minett wrote:
> >
> > > Hi David, this is still a major problem for us. Do you have any ideas or
> > > someone you suggest we can ask about this problem?
> > >
> > > Thanks,
> > > Andrew Minett
> > >
> > > I'm responding for Andrew since I know more about the setup at the
> > > server end - Andrew is doing the testing of connections from a remote
> > > Win98 machine on a dial-up connection to his ISP.
> > >
> > > By the way, despite what the original email said we're not running
> > > Appletalk clients to Samba  ;-)
> > >
> > > >>> Andrew, let me make sure I understand what it is you are doing.
> > > >>>
> > > >>> (1) You have a WinXX box with a modem;
> > > >>> (2) You have you Mandrake 7.2/Samba 2.07 box with a modem;
> > > >>> (3) You are dialing out of your WinXX box and trying to dial into
> you
> > > >>> Mandrake/Samba box using MS dialup networking; and
> > > >>> (4) You hope this results in a tcp/ip connection being established
> that
> > > >>
> > > > you can
> > > >
> > > >> then access your Samba shares over?
> > > >
> > > No, not quite, the Samba box is located on our LAN (we're a hosting
> > > company, so the upstream connection is good ;-) with a fixed IP, the
> > > client machine is dialling up to a local ISP and then connecting using
> > > the IP address of the Samba box. So the IP routing is being handled
> > > independantly.
> > >
> > > > do, but I do know whoever does will want to know:
> > > >
> > > > ARE YOU GETTING ANY ERRORS, if so what are they?
> > >
> > > Not that I am aware of. Clients connect fine, it's just that they have a
> > > major delay if they are running Windows.  Linux clients can smbmount
> > > within a few seconds, Windows clients always sit and spin for about
> > > 55-57 seconds before the connection is completed. Then after connecting,
> > > they have the same delay when opening each share the first time.
> > >
> > > I'm pretty sure it's an issue with something doing a lookup and failing
> > > and timing out (like DNS) but we've been down that path and can't see a
> > > problem. BTW, NetBEUI and all the other things that could cause problems
> > > at the client end have been removed.
> > >
> > > > HAVE YOU CHECKED THE LOG FILES ON THE LINUX BOX, any errors there?
> > >
> > > Yes, checked, no errors.
> > >
> > > > HOW ARE YOU HANDLING IP ADDRESSES, static, DHCP?
> > >
> > > Static at the server end, the ISP is dishing out dynamic at the client
> > > end. That's why I thought it was a reverse DNS resolution timeout at
> first.
> > >
> > > > HOW ARE YOU HANDLING NAME RESOLUTION, host, LMHOSTS, Wins,?
> > >
> > > We've tried changing the order and manually entering the server in the
> > > hosts file, doesn't seem to make any difference.
> > >
> > > > WHAT KIND OF MODEM IS IN THE LINUX BOX, Winmodem?
> > >
> > > Not relevant, for reasons above.
> > >
> > > We've also tried Linux clients on dial-up, and they connect fast. It's
> > > just Windows clients on dial-up that are a problem.
> >
> > THIS IS WHAT I DON'T UNDERSTAND. After you dial into the ISP, What
> software are
> > your windows clients using to join your LAN? What are you running on your
> > windows clients and what are you running on your Linux box? I can see how
> after
> > your M$ client connects to the ISP it should be able to ping your Samba
> box,
> > but what software are they running to make them talk to each other?
> >
> > > They work, they just
> > > suffer this massive lag when they first connect. Once a share is open,
> > > everything runs at the speed we'd expect.
> > >
> > > Our next step will be to packet sniff a connection and see which end is
> > > causing the delay, I've had different theories but I can't even prove
> > > which end is at fault yet.
> >
> > Here is how I do it. I have a Mandrake 7.2/Samba 2.07 server at the office
> that
> > serves 4 clients. At home I have a Win98 machine. I use a M$ pptp VPN
> > connection from home to connect via my ISP to my office LAN. Basically:
> >
> > [home] => [cable modem] => [ISP] => [cable modem] => [Linux Box] =>
> [office
> > LAN]
> >
> > The Linux setup is:
> > pptpd daemon from poptop.lineo.com
> > IP FORWDING enabled
> >
> > The home Win98 setup is:
> > standard M$ VPN
> >
> > There is no reason this wouldn't work with a dialup to connect to the ISP.
> > Check out http://poptop.lineo.com
> >
> > The only other thought I have that pertains to the 55-57 second lag time
> would
> > have to do with how your Linux box is authenticating the connection. I use
> CHAP
> > authentication for the VPN connection. Even with cable on both ends, I
> still
> > experience 5-10 second authentication times. I don't experience any delay
> in
> > opening shares once connected. I can see all of the Samba shares without
> > problem and I can see all of the other shared resources on the Win95, 98 &
> ME
> > machines. My print times from home to the office laserjet attached to a
> WinME
> > machine are fine.
> >
> > I'll cc: this to the list and Mr. Bartlett to see if I can't put you in
> touch
> > with the wizards that know far more than I.
> >
> > --
> > David Rankin
> > Nacogdoches, Texas
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"Eugene! Sizikov" wrote:

> I'm in heavy need of the global option "ole locking compatibility = No" in
> samba because of the main accounting software used in my company.
> While trying to install new and mighty samba-2.2.0 from Mandrake I discovered
> that this option is out. Why & who dropped it off ?!!!
> Any guys from Russia: "How can I run 1C with samba-2.2.0 (Mandrake Linux)?"

This is question I asked several months ago :)
Looks like new locking code works OK with such apps,  our guys
tested Infin, looks good. But 2.2 is not usable as file server for such apps,
because
there is another problem with locks- when smbd died, killed, etc, locks still
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Just some updates on what I've done, and some more questions since I 
originally posted earlier today. This is interspersed with comments I got 
from other lists, choronologically from most to least recent. Also the 
problem with being unable to bind to port 139 was resolved.

***************************
Okay further to my last message, I've modified the server in question. I have 

copied the /etc/rc.d/init.d/samba startup script to a new file and edited it 
such that it will startup smbd and nmbd with the proper config file for the 
second workgroup. That all works fine, however I notice the following in the 
nmbd log, stuff that looks okay, until down at the bottom (discarded ip 
datagram), I suspect this is because both servers are using the same netbios 
name, is this going to cause problems or is it safe to leave as is?

Hmm, running smbclient thusly
smbclient //server1/homes -s /etc/samba.d/fm-smb.conf -U username -I 
192.168.2.2 

results in the following
Domain=[WORKGROUP1] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 2.0.5]
smb: \> ls
  .bash_logout                        H       49  Tue Nov 25 15:03:05 1997
  .bashrc                             H      577  Thu Jul  8 18:53:24 1999
  .cshrc                              H      647  Wed Nov 25 05:07:21 1998
  .inputrc                            H      111  Mon Nov  3 08:29:05 1997
  .login                              H      542  Thu Jul  8 19:03:52 1999
  .logout                             H       51  Tue Nov 25 15:03:11 1997
  .profile                            H      844  Thu Jul  8 18:54:43 1999
  .tcshrc                             H      815  Tue Jul 20 14:39:37 1999
  mail                                D        0  Fri May 11 10:08:10 2001
  .pinerc                             H    13682  Fri May 11 10:08:10 2001
  .bash_history                       H       10  Fri May 11 10:08:21 2001

                45922 blocks of size 131072. 39360 blocks available
smb: \> exit

I would expect it to come back as WORKGROUP2.

Any suggestions on what specifically I should check?



  Samba name server SERVER1 is now a local master browser for workgroup 
WORKGROUP2 on subnet 192.168.2.2
  *****

  Samba server SERVER1 is now a domain master browser for workgroup 
WORKGROUP1 on subnet 192.168.2.1

  *****
[2001/05/16 19:56:29, 0] 
nmbd/nmbd_logonnames.c:become_logon_server_success(118)
  become_logon_server_success: Samba is now a logon server for workgroup 
WORKGROUP2  on subnet 192.168.2.2
[root at server1 /root]# tail /var/log/samba.d/smbd
  Copyright Andrew Tridgell 1992-1998
[2001/05/16 19:55:09, 1] smbd/server.c:main(628)
  smbd version 2.0.5 started.
  Copyright Andrew Tridgell 1992-1998
[2001/05/16 19:56:20, 1] smbd/server.c:main(628)
  smbd version 2.0.5 started.
  Copyright Andrew Tridgell 1992-1998
[2001/05/16 19:56:25, 1] smbd/server.c:main(628)
  smbd version 2.0.5 started.
  Copyright Andrew Tridgell 1992-1998

  Samba name server SERVER1 is now a local master browser for workgroup 
WORKGROUP2 on subnet 192.168.2.2

  *****
[2001/05/16 19:56:48, 0] nmbd/nmbd_packets.c:process_browse_packet(1040)
  process_browse_packet: Discarding datagram from IP 192.168.2.2. Source name 

SERVER1<00> is one of our names !
[2001/05/16 19:58:58, 0] nmbd/nmbd_packets.c:process_browse_packet(1040)
  process_browse_packet: Discarding datagram from IP 192.168.2.2. Source name 

SERVER1<00> is one of our names !
[2001/05/16 19:58:58, 0] nmbd/nmbd_packets.c:process_browse_packet(1040)
  process_browse_packet: Discarding datagram from IP 192.168.2.1 . Source 
name SERVER1<00> is one of our names !



****************************

Hmm.... here's what I've done so far
1)create an alias for eth0, normal ip address is 192.168.2.1, then I do an 
ifconfig eth0:0 192.168.2.2
1)created a new smb file with new workgroup name saved as /etc/testsmb.conf

added following to this conf file in global section
  lock directory = /var/lock/samba.fm
  interfaces = 192.168.2.2/24

from command line type
smbd -s /etc/fm-smb.conf

then checking the log.smb file I see following

[2001/05/16 17:08:49, 0] smbd/server.c:main(669)
  standard input is not a socket, assuming -D option
[2001/05/16 17:08:49, 0] lib/util_sock.c:open_socket_in(671)
  bind failed on port 139 socket_addr=0.0.0.0 (Address already in use)


also do
 nmbd -s /etc/testsmb.conf and get from log.nmb

[2001/05/16 17:15:06, 0] 
nmbd/nmbd_become_dmb.c:become_domain_master_browser_bcast(284)
  become_domain_master_browser_bcast:
  Attempting to become domain master browser on workgroup TEST-COMPUTER on 
subnet 192.168.2.2
[2001/05/16 17:15:06, 0] 
nmbd/nmbd_become_dmb.c:become_domain_master_browser_bcast(298)
  become_domain_master_browser_bcast: querying subnet 192.168.2.2 for domain 
master browser on workgroup TEST-COMPUTER
[2001/05/16 17:15:10, 0] 
nmbd/nmbd_logonnames.c:become_logon_server_success(118)
  become_logon_server_success: Samba is now a logon server for workgroup TEST-

COMPUTER on subnet 192.168.2.2


Now with that said, should I be concerned about the "bind failed on port 139 
socket_addr=0.0.0.0 (Address already in use)"

Is there another parameter I should be using.


On 16 May 2001, at 10:13, Mike Bell wrote:

 
> No, what you'd need to do is bind to different IPs. Give the box 2 IPs, 
have
> one Samba bind to 137:139 on the first, the other on the second.
> 
> With a different set of ports, it just wouldn't work, since Windows
> definatly doesn't have the capability to look on non-standard ports for SMB
> stuff, and you'd have to hack samba to do it. 




On 16 May 2001, at 9:57, Harondel J. Sibble wrote:

> Howdy folks, I have a need to run multiple workgroups/domains on a single
> server running samba, after a lot of reading through books and net searches,
> it seems the way to do it is to let the uusual samba server startup and then
> start up a second samba daemon using one of the command line switches to have
> it start up in daemon mode using a differnet smb.conf file than the default. 
> 
> Seems to me that I'd have to have it bind to a different set of ports too.... 
> 
> 
> Does anyone know of a better/easier/more elegant method?  Presently using
> samba 2.07 and plan to upgrade to the latest and greatest in the next month or
> so. 


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Thanks, Don. Incidentally, I'm using UnixWare 2.01 with only 32MB RAM. Do
you think this is a factor for the junk characters when a MS Word file for
example, is printed from Win95/98 client to my UnixWare Samba server?

TIA
Mark.


On Tue, 15 May 2001, MCCALL,DON (HP-USA,ex1) wrote:

> Hello Mark,
> Well 1.9.15p8 may not be obsolete to you, but to most of the rest of us
> it sure is.  The oldest book I've got (Blair's "Samba Integrating Unix and
> Windows")
> only goes as far back at 1.9.18...  But in 1.8.18 Samba DOES support wins,
> both as a 
> wins server, and as a wins client, and this was not listed as a 'new'
> feature for 1.9.18.
> Check out the smb.conf parameters wins support=yes (to act as a wins server)
> or wins server=ipaddress (to act as a wins client) - has to be one or the
> other, NEVER have both of these parameters in your smb.conf file.
> 
> As for your second question, I'm afraid I have no idea.
> 
> Hope this helps,
> Don
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: M.L. Nongkhlaw [mailto:mark at shillong.meg.nic.in]
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> Cc: gcarter at valinux.com
> Subject: Obsolete questions?
> 
> 
> Hi all,
> 
> Is this list one of those "...has discontinued support for..." stuff?
> 
> No? Well, I'm still waiting for answers to my very quick (obsolete?)
> questions :
> 
> 1. I'm still using workable (non-obsolete as far as I'm concerned)
> samba-1.9.15p8
> 2.  Does above version support WINS (1st quick question)
> 3.  While printing from my Samba-enabled server to Win95/98 printers works
> fine, printing from my Win95/98  machines to my server's parallel port
> printer is OK for first few lines, and then we get junk. What gives? (2nd
> quick question)
> 
> 
> I guarantee I will not bother you again once I get the quick answers :)
> 
> TIA
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Andrew Bartlett wrote:

> There is a compile-time define, ALLOW_PASSWORD_CHANGE, which you could
> undefine and recompile.  Note however that I am SURE that nobody has
> tested such a configuration in a LONG time.  Currently I just don't tell
> my users they can, but having this as a runtime paramater would be nice.
>

Hmm. As I see there is another way- to set unix sync password

to always return something different from chat ;)

Or I'm wrong?

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"Ronald J. Yacketta" wrote:
> 
> 
> I run smbclient -L stratus -U%
> and get the following
> 
> [global]
>    workgroup = TRICE
>    NETBIOS NAME = TRICE

What is the machines name? It is usually NOT a good idea
to have the netbios name and the workgroup name the same.
If you comment out the netbios name line it will use the
hostname of the computer as the name.

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> What is "locking", and where do I find it.
Simplified: locking is the mechanism that controlls the simultanius 
access to a file. Applications can tell the OS / samba that they want 
to be the only user of a certain file at a certain time (lock 
request). This ensures the consistence of the file if two users try 
to work on it at the same time.

Search for "lock" or "locking" in man smb.conf. You can do this the 
same way like in vi or less: /keyword <return>.

Try locking = no in smb.conf

Christian


> 
> ijaz
> 
> 
> 
> 
> "Christian Barth" <barth at cck.uni-kl.de> on 05/16/2001 12:46:49 PM
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> To:   samba at samba.org, "Ijaz Hussain" <ijaz.hussain at zsassociates.com>
> cc:
> 
> Subject:  Re: Access denied
> 
> 
> > Hi;
> >
> > I have entirprise 2 box setup with solaris 5.7 as a OS.  I have samba
> > installed on one of the file system.  when I try to access a file and
> > modify, it does not save the file with the same name.  I can  rename the
> > file and save it but can not save the same file after making some changed
> > ot it.  I get the follwoing eror.
> >
> > " Acess to XXXXXXXX files was denied.
> >
> > Any suggestions.
> "Looking"
> try to turn all locking off in samba and see if the problems is still
> there. If this "solves" the problem, try to debug it. Can be wiered:
> for exampel it took me day to discover that the novell client that
> still has been installed, but not used any more, on the PC's caused a
> lot of truble. Or you share a nfs mounted directory with samba. Or,
> ....
> 
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Dear fellow samba users, could you help me with a problem I have with
logging with samba?
I would like to maintain log files for each (UNIX) user that connects to
their respective home
areas on our UNIX box running samba. To do this I have put the following
entry in my smb.conf file:


[global]
.
.
.
log file = /var/adm/smblogs/log.%u
.
.
.

I'm using the %u parameter to get the UNIX username.
However, the log file that is created is actually called log.%u, not
log.<username> as I want.

Can anyone help?

Thanks in advance,
Stewart

--
Stewart Mclean
UNIX Support Group
Information Management Services
Curtin University of Technology
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Perth 6845
Ph: (08) 9266 7495
Email: stewart at glory.curtin.edu.au

....The manual said install Windows 98 or better.....
.........so I installed Linux!

....and of course my password is the same as my dog's name. My dog's name is 4%&12ab!! but I change it every week. Doing so, however, sure does confuse the hell out of my dog!

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> I have recently instally RH7 with Samba 2.0.7-21ssl.  I can see my linux box
> from a windows workstation but I can't access anything.  Windows asks me for a
> password and it always says incorrect.  I have my username and passwords
> insync between the windows NT and Linux.  Any suggestions?  I tried to
> configure the samba configuration file, and everything appears to be okay but
> obviously something is wrong.  I currently have:
> [global]
> workgroup = LSA
> server string = Samba Server
> security = user
> guest account = guest
> encrypt passwords = yess
                         ^
What does testparam say to the second "s"? Does it tell you "encrypt 
passwords = yes"? Have you set up smbpasswd? Can you access the 
server with smbclient?

Christian



> mb passwd file = /etc/samba/smbpasswd
> unix password sync = yes
> passwd program = /usr/bin/passwd %u
> passwd chat = *New*UNIX*password* %n\n *ReType*new*UNIX*password* %n\n
> *passwd:*all*authentication*tokens*updated*successfully*
> username map = /etc/samba/smbusers
> include = /etc/samba/smb.conf.%m
> local master = no
> os level = 33
> domain master = yes
> preferred master = yes
> domain logons = yes
> logon scrip = %U.bat
> wins support = yes
> dns proxy = no
> case sensitive = no
> [homes]
> comment = Home Dircetories
> browseable = no
> writable = yes
> [netlogon]
> comment = Network Logon Service
> path = /home/netlogon
> guest ok = yes
> writable = no
> share modes = yes
> [printers]
> comment = All Printers
> path = /var/spool/samba
> browseable = no
> guest ok = yes
> printable = yes
> [tmp]
> comment = Temporary file space
> path = /tmp
> read only = no
> public = yes
> [public]
> comment = Public Stuff
> path = /home/samba
> public = yes
> writable = yes
> printable = no
> write list = @staff
> [public]
> path = /usr/tmp/test
> public = yes
> only guest = yes
> writable = yes
> printable = no
> any suggestion?!?!
> Jeannie
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Hi there,

I've been trying to setup samba as a print server for several days -
unfortunately without success.

Every time I want to install a printer driver or modify printer options I
get the following error message:

[2001/05/15 14:09:01, 0]
rpc_server/srv_spoolss.c:api_spoolss_setprinterdata(933)
  spoolss_io_q_setprinterdata: unable to unmarshall SPOOL_Q_SETPRINTERDATA.
[2001/05/15 14:09:01, 0] rpc_server/srv_pipe.c:api_rpcTNP(1215)
  api_rpcTNP: api_spoolss_rpc: SPOOLSS_SETPRINTERDATA failed.

When I view printer options, I cannot find any printer port!

SuSE 7.1, Samba 2.2.0, NT 4.0 Client, I tried out all hints from the list
and followed all instructions in the updated faq.

Please help me.

Martin


[global]
   workgroup = MPREIS
   guest account = ftp
   keep alive = 30
   kernel oplocks = false
   security = domain
   password server = MP-PDC
   encrypt passwords = yes
   printer admin = root martinh @msadmin
   syslog = 1000
   syslog only = yes
   username map = /etc/smbusers
   load printers = yes
   local master =   no

[homes]
   comment = Heimatverzeichnis
   browseable = no
   read only = no
   create mode = 0750

[print$]
   path=/usr/local/samba/printers
   guest ok = yes
   browseable = yes
   read only = yes
   write list = root martinh @msadmin

[printers]
   comment = All Printers
   printable = yes
   create mode = 0700
   directory = /tmp

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Hi everyone,

While setting up a Samba server as PDC at a Slackware 7.1 system,
i met some problems. The system is kernel 2.2.16, libc 2.2.1, 
linux-pam 0.75 and the newest nss_ldap/pam_ldap from padl.com.

I'm trying to authenticate the samba users against an existing
ldap server which does already the authentication for the 
login and su etc. at that PDC. pam is configured properly for
login, su etc., and smbd/nmbd are linked against libpam.

ldd nmbd
        libdl.so.2 => /lib/libdl.so.2 (0x4001a000)
        libcrypt.so.1 => /lib/libcrypt.so.1 (0x4001e000)
        libnsl.so.1 => /lib/libnsl.so.1 (0x4004b000)
        libpam.so => /lib/libpam.so (0x4005f000)
        libc.so.6 => /lib/libc.so.6 (0x40069000)
        /lib/ld-linux.so.2 => /lib/ld-linux.so.2 (0x40000000)
ldd smbd
        libdl.so.2 => /lib/libdl.so.2 (0x4001a000)
        libcrypt.so.1 => /lib/libcrypt.so.1 (0x4001e000)
        libnsl.so.1 => /lib/libnsl.so.1 (0x4004b000)
        libpam.so => /lib/libpam.so (0x4005f000)
        libc.so.6 => /lib/libc.so.6 (0x40069000)
        /lib/ld-linux.so.2 => /lib/ld-linux.so.2 (0x40000000)


smb.conf has no special pam/ldap entries (i didn't find one proper)
but its configured right. Now i want samba to use only ldap (which
runs on a different machine) to autenticate the users.

My question(s): is it possible to do that, so that no user entry (neither
in /etc/passwd nor in smbpasswd) exists on the pdc? Which samba Version
should i use, 2.2 or 2.0.9? Is there already a samba/ldap/pam howto? Or
would it be nice to write one? (if I made it finally) :) 

Thanks in advance
  Regards
    Sven

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