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Mon Dec 1 11:34:25 GMT 2003


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On the server side, I didn't get far because the domain name come up NULL so
it failed on that test.

Below  are two logs log98.txt and log2000.txt that show full debug info.

I might just have a stupid configuration or installation mistakes. I am sure
that my basic configuration must work since it is a very typical setup.

Any help will be highly appreciated and benefit all of us.

Thanks,
Ephi

Logs:
=========

98 log:
---------------------

============================================================================
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  Log98.txt


[2001/06/08 14:41:30, 5] rpc_parse/parse_prs.c:dbg_rpunival(658)
              0094 buffer     : M.C.K.I.N.L.E.Y.
[2001/06/08 14:41:30, 5] rpc_parse/parse_prs.c:prs_uint32(547)
      00a4 status: 00000000
[2001/06/08 14:41:30, 4]
nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:domain_sequence_number(861)
  got domain sequence number for PANASAS of 1770
[2001/06/08 14:41:30, 0]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(136)
  @@@EPHI 3 OK
[2001/06/08 14:41:30, 3]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
  [26720]: getpwnam panasas+edror
[2001/06/08 14:41:30, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
  @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is panasas+edror, sep is +
[2001/06/08 14:41:30, 3]
nsswitch/winbindd_cache.c:get_cache_sequence_number(112)
  CACHESEQ PANASAS/USR/edror is 1770
[2001/06/08 14:41:30, 3]
nsswitch/winbindd_cache.c:cached_sequence_number(68)
  cached sequence number for PANASAS is 1770
[2001/06/08 14:41:30, 0]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(136)
  @@@EPHI 3 OK
[2001/06/08 14:41:30, 3]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
  [26720]: getpwnam panasas+edror
[2001/06/08 14:41:30, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
  @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is panasas+edror, sep is +
[2001/06/08 14:41:30, 3]
nsswitch/winbindd_cache.c:get_cache_sequence_number(112)
  CACHESEQ PANASAS/USR/edror is 1770
[2001/06/08 14:41:30, 3]
nsswitch/winbindd_cache.c:cached_sequence_number(68)
  cached sequence number for PANASAS is 1770
[2001/06/08 14:41:30, 0]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(136)
  @@@EPHI 3 OK
[2001/06/08 14:41:30, 6] nsswitch/winbindd.c:new_connection(324)
  accepted socket 13
[2001/06/08 14:41:30, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(58)
  [26720]: pam auth panasas+edror
[2001/06/08 14:41:30, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(72)
  @@@EPHI in winbindd_pam_auth name_domain is PANASAS
[2001/06/08 14:41:30, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1557)
  domain_client_validate: no challenge done - password failed
[2001/06/08 14:41:30, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(87)
  @@@EPHI in winbindd_pam_auth result 0
[2001/06/08 14:41:31, 3]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
  [26720]: getpwnam EDROR
[2001/06/08 14:41:31, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
  @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is EDROR, sep is +
[2001/06/08 14:41:31, 0]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(115)
  @@@EPHI 1 user name_domain is null
[2001/06/08 14:41:31, 3]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
  [26720]: getpwnam PANASAS+EDROR
[2001/06/08 14:41:31, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
  @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is PANASAS+EDROR, sep is +
[2001/06/08 14:41:31, 3]
nsswitch/winbindd_cache.c:get_cache_sequence_number(112)
  CACHESEQ PANASAS/USR/EDROR is 1770
[2001/06/08 14:41:31, 3]
nsswitch/winbindd_cache.c:cached_sequence_number(68)
  cached sequence number for PANASAS is 1770
[2001/06/08 14:41:31, 0]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(136)
  @@@EPHI 3 OK
[2001/06/08 14:41:31, 3]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
  [26720]: getpwnam panasas+edror
[2001/06/08 14:41:31, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
  @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is panasas+edror, sep is +
[2001/06/08 14:41:31, 3]
nsswitch/winbindd_cache.c:get_cache_sequence_number(112)
  CACHESEQ PANASAS/USR/edror is 1770
[2001/06/08 14:41:31, 3]
nsswitch/winbindd_cache.c:cached_sequence_number(68)
  cached sequence number for PANASAS is 1770
[2001/06/08 14:41:31, 0]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(136)
  @@@EPHI 3 OK
[2001/06/08 14:41:31, 3]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
  [26720]: getpwnam panasas+edror
[2001/06/08 14:41:31, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
  @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is panasas+edror, sep is +
[2001/06/08 14:41:31, 3]
nsswitch/winbindd_cache.c:get_cache_sequence_number(112)
  CACHESEQ PANASAS/USR/edror is 1770
[2001/06/08 14:41:31, 3]
nsswitch/winbindd_cache.c:cached_sequence_number(68)
  cached sequence number for PANASAS is 1770
[2001/06/08 14:41:31, 0]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(136)
  @@@EPHI 3 OK
[2001/06/08 14:41:31, 6] nsswitch/winbindd.c:new_connection(324)
  accepted socket 14
[2001/06/08 14:41:31, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(58)
  [26720]: pam auth panasas+edror
[2001/06/08 14:41:31, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(72)
  @@@EPHI in winbindd_pam_auth name_domain is PANASAS
[2001/06/08 14:41:31, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1557)
  domain_client_validate: no challenge done - password failed
[2001/06/08 14:41:31, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(87)
  @@@EPHI in winbindd_pam_auth result 0
--------------------

2000 log
--------------------

============================================================================
===
  Log2000.txt


[2001/06/08 14:53:00, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(36)
  server: dc=MCKINLEY, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
[2001/06/08 14:53:00, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(42)
  PANASAS: dc=MCKINLEY, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1
[2001/06/08 14:53:00, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(36)
  server: dc=MCKINLEY, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
[2001/06/08 14:53:00, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(42)
  PANASAS: dc=MCKINLEY, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1
[2001/06/08 14:53:09, 6] nsswitch/winbindd.c:new_connection(324)
  accepted socket 3
[2001/06/08 14:53:09, 3]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
  [26728]: getpwnam edror
[2001/06/08 14:53:09, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
  @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is edror, sep is +
[2001/06/08 14:53:09, 0]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(115)
  @@@EPHI 1 user name_domain is null
[2001/06/08 14:53:10, 3]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
  [26728]: getpwnam edror
[2001/06/08 14:53:10, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
  @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is edror, sep is +
[2001/06/08 14:53:10, 0]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(115)
  @@@EPHI 1 user name_domain is null
[2001/06/08 14:53:10, 6] nsswitch/winbindd.c:new_connection(324)
  accepted socket 13
[2001/06/08 14:53:10, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(58)
  [26728]: pam auth edror
[2001/06/08 14:53:10, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(69)
  @@@EPHI in winbindd_pam_auth name_domain is null
[2001/06/08 14:53:11, 3]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
  [26728]: getpwnam edror
[2001/06/08 14:53:11, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
  @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is edror, sep is +
[2001/06/08 14:53:11, 0]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(115)
  @@@EPHI 1 user name_domain is null
[2001/06/08 14:53:11, 6] nsswitch/winbindd.c:new_connection(324)
  accepted socket 14
[2001/06/08 14:53:11, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(58)
  [26728]: pam auth edror
[2001/06/08 14:53:11, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(69)
  @@@EPHI in winbindd_pam_auth name_domain is null
[2001/06/08 14:53:12, 3]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
  [26728]: getpwnam edror
[2001/06/08 14:53:12, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
  @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is edror, sep is +
[2001/06/08 14:53:12, 0]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(115)
  @@@EPHI 1 user name_domain is null
[2001/06/08 14:53:12, 6] nsswitch/winbindd.c:new_connection(324)
  accepted socket 15
[2001/06/08 14:53:12, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(58)
  [26728]: pam auth edror
[2001/06/08 14:53:12, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(69)
  @@@EPHI in winbindd_pam_auth name_domain is null
[2001/06/08 14:53:13, 3]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
  [26728]: getpwnam edror
[2001/06/08 14:53:13, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
  @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is edror, sep is +
[2001/06/08 14:53:13, 0]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(115)
  @@@EPHI 1 user name_domain is null
[2001/06/08 14:53:13, 6] nsswitch/winbindd.c:new_connection(324)
  accepted socket 16
[2001/06/08 14:53:13, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(58)
  [26728]: pam auth edror
[2001/06/08 14:53:13, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(69)
  @@@EPHI in winbindd_pam_auth name_domain is null
[2001/06/08 14:53:14, 5] nsswitch/winbindd.c:client_read(405)
  read failed on sock 16, pid 26728: EOF
[2001/06/08 14:53:14, 5] nsswitch/winbindd.c:client_read(405)
  read failed on sock 15, pid 26728: EOF
[2001/06/08 14:53:14, 5] nsswitch/winbindd.c:client_read(405)
  read failed on sock 14, pid 26728: EOF
[2001/06/08 14:53:14, 5] nsswitch/winbindd.c:client_read(405)
  read failed on sock 13, pid 26728: EOF
[2001/06/08 14:53:14, 5] nsswitch/winbindd.c:client_read(405)
  read failed on sock 3, pid 26728: EOF
[2001/06/08 14:53:44, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:establish_connections(351)
  establishing connections
[2001/06/08 14:53:44, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(36)
  server: dc=MCKINLEY, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
[2001/06/08 14:53:44, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(42)
  PANASAS: dc=MCKINLEY, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1
[2001/06/08 14:53:44, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(36)
  server: dc=MCKINLEY, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
[2001/06/08 14:53:44, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(42)
  PANASAS: dc=MCKINLEY, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1
[2001/06/08 14:54:14, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:establish_connections(351)
  establishing connections
[2001/06/08 14:54:14, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(36)
  server: dc=MCKINLEY, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
[2001/06/08 14:54:14, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(42)
  PANASAS: dc=MCKINLEY, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1
[2001/06/08 14:54:14, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(36)
  server: dc=MCKINLEY, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
[2001/06/08 14:54:14, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(42)
  PANASAS: dc=MCKINLEY, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1
[2001/06/08 14:54:26, 6] nsswitch/winbindd.c:new_connection(324)
  accepted socket 3
[2001/06/08 14:54:26, 3]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
  [26732]: getpwnam edror
[2001/06/08 14:54:26, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
  @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is edror, sep is +
[2001/06/08 14:54:26, 0]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(115)
  @@@EPHI 1 user name_domain is null
[2001/06/08 14:54:26, 3]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
  [26732]: getpwnam edror
[2001/06/08 14:54:26, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
  @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is edror, sep is +
[2001/06/08 14:54:26, 0]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(115)
  @@@EPHI 1 user name_domain is null
[2001/06/08 14:54:26, 6] nsswitch/winbindd.c:new_connection(324)
  accepted socket 13
[2001/06/08 14:54:26, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(58)
  [26732]: pam auth edror
[2001/06/08 14:54:26, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(69)
  @@@EPHI in winbindd_pam_auth name_domain is null
[2001/06/08 14:54:27, 3]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
  [26732]: getpwnam edror
[2001/06/08 14:54:27, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
  @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is edror, sep is +
[2001/06/08 14:54:27, 0]
nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(115)
  @@@EPHI 1 user name_domain is null
[2001/06/08 14:54:27, 6] nsswitch/winbindd.c:new_connection(324)
  accepted socket 14
[2001/06/08 14:54:27, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(58)
  [26732]: pam auth edror
[2001/06/08 14:54:27, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(69)
  @@@EPHI in winbindd_pam_auth name_domain is null
[2001/06/08 14:54:28, 5] nsswitch/winbindd.c:client_read(405)
  read failed on sock 14, pid 26732: EOF
[2001/06/08 14:54:28, 5] nsswitch/winbindd.c:client_read(405)
  read failed on sock 13, pid 26732: EOF
[2001/06/08 14:54:28, 5] nsswitch/winbindd.c:client_read(405)
  read failed on sock 3, pid 26732: EOF
[2001/06/08 14:54:29, 6] nsswitch/winbindd.c:new_connection(324)
  accepted socket 3
[2001/06/08 14:54:29, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_group.c:winbindd_getgroups(857)
  [26733]: getgroups nobody
[2001/06/08 14:54:29, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
  @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is nobody, sep is +
[2001/06/08 14:54:29, 6] nsswitch/winbindd.c:new_connection(324)
  accepted socket 13
[2001/06/08 14:54:29, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_group.c:winbindd_getgroups(857)
  [26733]: getgroups nobody
[2001/06/08 14:54:29, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
  @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is nobody, sep is +
[2001/06/08 14:54:59, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:establish_connections(351)
  establishing connections
[2001/06/08 14:54:59, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(36)
  server: dc=MCKINLEY, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
[2001/06/08 14:54:59, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(42)
  PANASAS: dc=MCKINLEY, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1
[2001/06/08 14:54:59, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(36)
  server: dc=MCKINLEY, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
[2001/06/08 14:54:59, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(42)
  PANASAS: dc=MCKINLEY, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1
util.c:debug_conn_state(42)
  PANASAS: dc=MCKINLEY, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1


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"Oliver Schulze L." wrote:
> 
> Hi.
> I'm writing about the issue of the option 'max connections' in samba 2.2.0
> I have downgraded to 2.0.7 because of this issue and now I really need to
> have samba 2.2.x running in my production server.
> 
> So, my cuestion is: can I download a patch for 2.2.0 that resolve this
> issue?
> Or should I dowload the source via CVS?
> If I should download the source code via CVS, is there any
> "nightly build" of the CVS?
> 

Current CVS of SAMBA_2_2 contains a fix for this.  There is no 'nightly
build', as use of CVS code isn't exactly encouraged :-), and there are
soo many different options one might decide to build with.

Andrew Bartlett

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On Mon, Jun 11, 2001 at 09:20:45AM -0400, M. Kilroy wrote:

> >> I have this error in my log.winbindd file:
> >> nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_id_list(712)
> >> winbind uid parameter missing
> >> Does anyone know what this means?
> >> THANKS!
> >> ~Mary
> 
> >See the smb.conf man page and look for all parameters prefixed
> >with winbind.  You have to define a ranage of uids and gids
> >which winbind can use when allocating new user accounts.
> 
> I now have winbind uid = 10000 - 20000 in my smb.conf file. I still get the
> following:
> [root at LINUXSERV bin]# ./winbindd -d 3 -i
> added interface ip=192.168.0.240 bcast=192.168.0.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
> added interface ip=192.168.0.100 bcast=192.168.0.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
> winbind uid parameter missing

Try removing the spaces between the uid ranges.  I.e

winbind uid = 10000-20000

I think the parser doesn't handle spaces very well. 


Tim.

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On Tue, Jun 12, 2001 at 01:46:24AM +0900, Samba-JP TAKAHASHI Motonobu wrote:

> We have already found this problem that ...
> 
> A share name with over 13 characters is not available against Windows
> 9x.
> 
> Also a share name with over 12 characters is not available against
> Windows NT/2000.
> 
> Here is a quick hack that we use for Samba 2.0.9 Japanese Edition. 
> 
> This patch truncates these share names and write a warning message.

This bug is fixed in Samba 2.2.  It turns out it is actually a bug in
the Windows NT handling of ascii smb clients. 


Tim.

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bu adresi kullaniniz, reply yapmayiniz) 

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Hi Andrew,
I think I will be wait for the 2.2.1 and
for the Win2k boxes I will use the workgroup option.

Thanks
Oliver


Andrew Bartlett wrote:

>"Oliver Schulze L." wrote:
>
>>Hi.
>>I'm writing about the issue of the option 'max connections' in samba 2.2.0
>>I have downgraded to 2.0.7 because of this issue and now I really need to
>>have samba 2.2.x running in my production server.
>>
>>So, my cuestion is: can I download a patch for 2.2.0 that resolve this
>>issue?
>>Or should I dowload the source via CVS?
>>If I should download the source code via CVS, is there any
>>"nightly build" of the CVS?
>>
>
>Current CVS of SAMBA_2_2 contains a fix for this.  There is no 'nightly
>build', as use of CVS code isn't exactly encouraged :-), and there are
>soo many different options one might decide to build with.
>
>Andrew Bartlett
>

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Thanks Peter, Tony and Chad for your input so far.

I am still trying to connect RH 7.1 to Win98se via SAMBA. I thought I had 
it whipped but I am only partially there. I am getting various results with 
different smb.conf settings, but not yet any real success. I have corrected 
a lot. After studying the documentation for every .conf parameter, I have a 
Best Guess and two alternative configurations as follows. Note: I am trying 
to just get this communicating and I am willing to sacrifice security for 
the time being.

#                  Common       Best-Guess    Alt 1  Alt 2
#                  -----------  ----------    -----  -----
[global]
   workgroup =      COGNISYS
   newbios name =   PLEIADES
   server string =  Samba %v on (%L)
   encrypt passwords = Yes
   password level = 20
   username level = 10
   unix password sync = no
   log level =      10
   deadtime =       15
   map archive =    no
   map hidden =     no
   map system =     no
   debug level =    1
   socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192
   domain logons =  no
   load printers =  no
   log file =       /usr/local/samba/var/samba.log
   max log size =   5000
   security =                    user           user  share
   os level =                    65             0     0
   local master =                yes            no    no
   preferred master =            yes            no    no
   domain master =               yes            no    no
   dns proxy =                   yes            no    no
   wins support =                yes            no    yes
# other settings left at default values.

[homes]
   path = /home/%u
   writable = yes
   guest ok = no
   comment = Home Directories
   browseable = no

[tmp]
   comment = Temporary File Space
   path = /tmp
   read only = no
   public = yes

-------------------
On Win98se, it is configured to use Win server at IP of pleiades. Only 
TCP/IP is enabled. Everyone pings. The linux box can use the internet 
through a proxy just fine.

The main (stupid) thing I had wrong so far was that the "netbios name" was 
not set in the configuration. Geez, you would think this would be a part of 
the required sample smb.conf, and not something that would have to be added 
later as an unusual configuration. I also had to go through the setup of 
enabling encryption. I read somewhere that I might have to recompile to 
support encryption, you might be able to confirm that, although I could not 
find any switch to do it. I also setup the win98 machine under passwords to 
make sure it was actually going to work with different user identities. I 
am logged in as user "cognisys" with the same password used for everything 
on the RH7.1,  and there is a user established on the linux box with same 
username and password. Win98 is set to use WINS with samba IP specified.

I eliminated the possible old rpm version and rebuilt the samba code. I 
moved the smb.conf to the standard location, even thought it appeared to be 
using the alternative location.

testparm program tests the configuration ok.

In all configurations, tcpdump keeps getting:

   ...pleiades > orion: icmp: pleiades udp port netbios-ns unreachable (DF)

also, the "nmblookup -d 2 '*'" command does not find anything.

I imagine this means that the name service stuff on Linux box is not working.

I tried using lmhosts, hosts, wins, with no real breakthrough. I turned 
these off too and got nowhere.

With Best-Guess, settings shown above, I don't see the linux box in "net view".
With Alt 1 & 2, I see the linux box in "net view" but can't list shares. 
Alt 2 seems to be running the best so far.

I tried "smbclient -L pleiades" on the linux box and it complains that I 
have the wrong password in "Best Guess" smb.conf, but works in Alternate 1 
and 2. Note: now MASTER is empty, it was PLEIADES before.

the /etc/resolv.conf file exists and it contains 192.168.0.6, the PC addr.

I am really disappointed in this package as it appears that almost no 
thought has been given to profile the configuration parameters for common 
usage scenarios, such as win98se connection, which shouldn't be too 
uncommon. Indeed, even rarely used or deprecated settings are listed along 
with all the others as if there are just as important.

--> Perhaps someone has a working smb.conf file that is used with samba 
2.2.0 and win98se on RH 7.1. If you have such a thing, also let me know how 
you have configured your Win98 network settings, lmhosts, etc. to give me 
the full picture.

Any help you can provide would be most appreciated.
--Raymond

At 10:14 AM 6/9/01 +0200, you wrote:
>What was the Problem?
>
>MfG PMD
>
> > Your input was enough for be to see my stupid mistakes! Thanks!
> >
> > At 11:30 PM 6/8/01 +0200, you wrote:
> > >Please send me the output of the testparm program. Could be something with
> > >SSL. Did you compile Samba yourself?
> > >
> > >MfG PMD
> > >
> > > > Hello:
> > > > I have given up searching the documentation and trying various
> > > > scenarios, and I still can't seem to get a connection between my RedHat
> > > > Linux 7.1 install of samba version 2.2.0 and windows 98se network. Let
> > > > me summarize my configuration.
> > > >
> > > > I've set up my windows network to run only TCP/IP and I've installed
> > > > the lmhosts and hosts files so that it is possible to ping from both
> > > > sides using the names of the hosts. In my configuration, the group is
> > > > COGNISYS and the windows box is ORION, linux box is PLEIADES. Here are
> > > > some more specifics on the files:
> > > >
> > > > file "c:\windows\lmhosts" on ORION:
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > >           192.168.0.4     moon
> > > >           192.168.0.6     orion
> > > >           192.168.0.9     pleiades
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > > I'm not sure if I need entries for windows machine names.
> > > >
> > > > file "c:\windows\hosts" on ORION:
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > >       127.0.0.1       localhost
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > >
> > > > file "/etc/hosts" on PLEIADES:
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > > 127.0.0.1     localhost.localdomain localhost
> > > > 192.168.0.9   pleiades
> > > > 192.168.0.6    orion
> > > > 192.168.0.4    moon
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > I can ping PLEIADES from ORION:
> > > > (There is several seconds of delay after envoking this command before
> > > > response is provided.)
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > > C:\WINDOWS>ping pleiades
> > > >
> > > > Pinging pleiades [192.168.0.9] with 32 bytes of data:
> > > >
> > > > Reply from 192.168.0.9: bytes=32 time<10ms TTL=255
> > > > Reply from 192.168.0.9: bytes=32 time<10ms TTL=255
> > > > Reply from 192.168.0.9: bytes=32 time<10ms TTL=255
> > > > Reply from 192.168.0.9: bytes=32 time<10ms TTL=255
> > > >
> > > > Ping statistics for 192.168.0.9:
> > > >      Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 4, Lost = 0 (0% loss),
> > > > Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds:
> > > >      Minimum = 0ms, Maximum =  0ms, Average =  0ms
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > >
> > > > And I can ping from PLEIADES to ORION (and other machines on the
> > > > network.) (Not shown -- responds quickly.)
> > > >
> > > > I perform a "ps -A" on PLEIADES and I DO SEE smbd and nmbd processes.
> > > >
> > > > I perform "smbclient -L PLEIADES" on PLEIADES and get:
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > > SSL:Error error setting CA cert locations:
> > > > error:00000000:lib(0):func(0):reason(0)
> > > > trying default locations.
> > > > added interface ip=192.168.0.9 bcast=102.168.0.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
> > > > Password:(I typed it in)
> > > > Domain=[COGNISYS] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 2.2.0]
> > > >
> > > >       Sharename       Type            Comment
> > > >       ---------       ----            -------
> > > >       tmp             Disk            Temporary File Space
> > > >       IPC$            IPC             IPC Service (Samba Server)
> > > >       ADMIN$          Disk            IPC Service (Samba Server)
> > > >       root            Disk            Home Directories
> > > >
> > > >       Server                  Comment
> > > >       ------                  -------
> > > >       PLEIADES                Samba Server
> > > >
> > > >       Workgroup               Master
> > > >       ---------               -------
> > > >       COGNISYS                PLEIADES
> > > >
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > > this matches the share information from smb.conf.
> > > >
> > > > I perform "nmblookup -B PLEIADES __SAMBA__" on PLEIADES and get:
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > > querying __SAMBA__ on 127.0.0.1
> > > > 192.168.0.9 __SAMBA__<00>
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > >
> > > > I perform "nmblookup -B ORION '*'" on PLEIADES and get:
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > > querying * on 192.168.0.6
> > > > name_query failed to find name *
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > > This is the first failure that I have detected in the setup.
> > > >
> > > > If I perform "nmblookup -d 2 '*'" on PLEIADES I get:
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > > added interface ip=192.168.0.9 bcast=102.168.0.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
> > > > querying * on 192.168.0.255
> > > > name_query failed to find name *
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > >
> > > > Performed "smbclient //pleiades/tmp" on PLEIADES and get:
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > > SSL:Error error setting CA cert locations:
> > > > error:00000000:lib(0):func(0):reason(0)
> > > > trying default locations.
> > > > added interface ip=192.168.0.9 bcast=102.168.0.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
> > > > session request to PLEIADES failed (Not listening to calling name)
> > > > session request to *SMBSERVER failed (Not listening to calling name)
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > >
> > > > Performed "smbclient //127.0.0.1/tmp" on PLEIADES and get:
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > > SSL:Error error setting CA cert locations:
> > > > error:00000000:lib(0):func(0):reason(0)
> > > > trying default locations.
> > > > added interface ip=192.168.0.9 bcast=102.168.0.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
> > > > Password: (I typed it in)
> > > > Domain=[COGNISYS] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 2.2.0]
> > > > smb: \> (I typed ls with good directory listing response)
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > >
> > > > On ORION (the PC) I tried "NET VIEW" with the following response:
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > > Servers available in workgroup COGNISYS.
> > > > Server name            Remark
> > > > -------------------------------------------
> > > > \\MOON                 Dell OptiPlex XM 575
> > > > \\ORION                Etower 466is
> > > > The command was completed successfully.
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > > This matches the machines I had on the network for testing except
> > > > PLEIADES is not listed.
> > > >
> > > > I tried "NET VIEW \\PLEIADES" with result:
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > > Error 59: An unexpected network error has occurred. Quit all running
> > > > programs, restart your computer, and then try again. If the problem
> > > > persists, contact your network administrator.
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > > Ouch! Not sure why this crashes so hard. PC seems to continue working
> > > > OK most of the time.
> > > >
> > > > Here is the "/etc/samba/smb.conf" file (abbreviated):
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > > [global]
> > > >     workgroup = COGNISYS
> > > >     server string = Samba Server
> > > >     log file = /usr/local/samba/var/log.%m
> > > >     max log size = 100
> > > >     security = user
> > > >     dns proxy = no
> > > > [homes]
> > > >     comment = Home Directories
> > > >     browseable = no
> > > >     writable = yes
> > > >     guest ok = no
> > > >     read only = no
> > > >     path /home/%u
> > > > [printers]
> > > >     comment = All Printers
> > > >     path = /usr/spool/samba
> > > >     browseable = no
> > > >     writable = no
> > > >     guest ok = no
> > > >     printable = yes
> > > > [tmp]
> > > >     comment = Temporary file space
> > > >     path = /tmp
> > > >     read only = no
> > > >     public = yes
> > > > ------------------------------------
> > > > Can you help me ?? Thanks in advance!
> > > > --Raymond Lutz

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Dear Samba-people,

I have the following poblem:

a) Linux box with samba2.2.0 - running a DOMAIN.
b) Win2000 client joining the Samba domain.
c) A local printer on the Win2000 I would like to share.
d) A Win98 client who would like to print to the printer on the Win2000
machine.

Part d) does not seem to work - in fact all shares from the Win2000
machine are not available to
the Win98 client (when using an account name that comes from the Samba
server) - I simply
get on the Win98 that the account has "expired" when trying to connect
to the Win2000. Connections from the Win98 to the Samba server works
just fine. Is this a known problem ?
Is there a workaround ?

Thanx so much,

Claus.

P.S. I can print from another Win2000Pro client in the domain to the
first Win2000Pro client's
       printer share.

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Dear Samba team:

I am hoping you can help a Samba newbie make some progress with your
software.

1. Platform/network.
Samba server: RedHat 7.1  (MYSERVER)
Samba version: 2.0.8

Client 1: Win 2K (W2K1)
Client 2: Win 2K (W2K2)
Client 3: Win 98 (W981)

2. Progress (and lack thereof) to date.

	A. I can mount shares from either of the Win 2K machines (with "net use
...")
	B. However, the Samba server does not appear in the network neigborhood for
any client (nmb problem?)
	C. I can't connect at all from the Win 98 machine ("Error 53").  (Yes, I am
using encrypted passwords.)

3. Progress with diagnostics
(http://us2.samba.org/samba/docs/DIAGNOSIS.html)

	Test 1: testparms works without problem.
	Test 2: pings work in both directions.
	Test 3: smbclient -L MYSERVER works.
	Test 4: nmblookup -B MYSERVER __SAMBA__ works (sort of).
		I can't get it to work through xinetd.  Only when I start nmbd as a
deamon.

		My xinetd config for nmbd is:

		# default: on
		service netbios-ns
		{
			flags		= REUSE
			protocol	= upd
			socket_type	= dgram
			wait		= yes
			user		= root
			server	= /usr/sbin/nmbd
			log_on_failure += USERID
			disable	= no
		}

	Test 5: 	nmblookup -B w2k1 '*'
			nmblookup -B w2k2 '*'
			nmblookup -B w981 '*'

		I don't have the client registered with DNS, so I am using their ip
addresses.
		None of these lookups work.  However, nmblookup -B MYSERVER does work.

		The diagnosis text suggests that this is a problem with the client
softtware installation.  However, these machines can all share files with
each other without difficulty.  They all appear in the network neighborhood
without problem.

	Test 6: 	nmblookup -d 2 '*'
		This only returns the ip address for MYSERVER.

	Test 7:	smbclient //MYSERVER/myshare
		Works fine.

	Test 8: 	net view \\MYSERVER
		Does not work.  Though I can see all of the other clients with this
method. I've tried adding the IP address of BIGSERVER to the "wins server"
box in the advanced tcp/ip setup on the PC.  No change in behaviour.

	Test 9: 	net use x: \\MYSERVER\myshare
		Works from the two WIN2K clients, but not from the WIN98 client.

	Test 10:	nmblookup -M TESTGROUP
		Only returns the name of the samba server.

	Test 11:	Fails from all three clients.


I would be most grateful for any pointers.  My guess is that this is a
problem with nmb configuration and/or firewall settings.  However,
"ipchains --list" produces:

Chain input (policy ACCEPT):
target     prot opt     source                destination           ports
ACCEPT     tcp  -y----  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
netbios-ns
ACCEPT     udp  ------  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
netbios-ns
ACCEPT     tcp  -y----  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
netbios-dgm
ACCEPT     udp  ------  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
netbios-dgm
ACCEPT     tcp  -y----  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
netbios-ssn
ACCEPT     udp  ------  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
netbios-ssn
ACCEPT     tcp  -y----  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
ssh
ACCEPT     all  ------  anywhere             anywhere              n/a
REJECT     tcp  -y----  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
any
REJECT     udp  ------  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
any
Chain forward (policy ACCEPT):
Chain output (policy ACCEPT):

Which looks good to me.  So that leaves nmb.



With highest regards,
Tom
parris at isciences.com

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"Thomas M. Parris" wrote:

> Dear Samba team:
>
> I am hoping you can help a Samba newbie make some progress with your
> software.
>
> 1. Platform/network.
> Samba server: RedHat 7.1  (MYSERVER)
> Samba version: 2.0.8
>
> Client 1: Win 2K (W2K1)
> Client 2: Win 2K (W2K2)
> Client 3: Win 98 (W981)
>
> 2. Progress (and lack thereof) to date.
>
>         A. I can mount shares from either of the Win 2K machines (with "net use
> ...")
>         B. However, the Samba server does not appear in the network neigborhood for
> any client (nmb problem?)
>         C. I can't connect at all from the Win 98 machine ("Error 53").  (Yes, I am
> using encrypted passwords.)
>
> 3. Progress with diagnostics
> (http://us2.samba.org/samba/docs/DIAGNOSIS.html)
>
>         Test 1: testparms works without problem.
>         Test 2: pings work in both directions.
>         Test 3: smbclient -L MYSERVER works.
>         Test 4: nmblookup -B MYSERVER __SAMBA__ works (sort of).
>                 I can't get it to work through xinetd.  Only when I start nmbd as a
> deamon.
>
>                 My xinetd config for nmbd is:
>
>                 # default: on
>                 service netbios-ns
>                 {
>                         flags           = REUSE
>                         protocol        = upd
>                         socket_type     = dgram
>                         wait            = yes
>                         user            = root
>                         server  = /usr/sbin/nmbd
>                         log_on_failure += USERID
>                         disable = no
>                 }
>
>         Test 5:         nmblookup -B w2k1 '*'
>                         nmblookup -B w2k2 '*'
>                         nmblookup -B w981 '*'
>
>                 I don't have the client registered with DNS, so I am using their ip
> addresses.
>                 None of these lookups work.  However, nmblookup -B MYSERVER does work.
>
>                 The diagnosis text suggests that this is a problem with the client
> softtware installation.  However, these machines can all share files with
> each other without difficulty.  They all appear in the network neighborhood
> without problem.
>
>         Test 6:         nmblookup -d 2 '*'
>                 This only returns the ip address for MYSERVER.
>
>         Test 7: smbclient //MYSERVER/myshare
>                 Works fine.
>
>         Test 8:         net view \\MYSERVER
>                 Does not work.  Though I can see all of the other clients with this
> method. I've tried adding the IP address of BIGSERVER to the "wins server"
> box in the advanced tcp/ip setup on the PC.  No change in behaviour.
>
>         Test 9:         net use x: \\MYSERVER\myshare
>                 Works from the two WIN2K clients, but not from the WIN98 client.
>
>         Test 10:        nmblookup -M TESTGROUP
>                 Only returns the name of the samba server.
>
>         Test 11:        Fails from all three clients.
>
> I would be most grateful for any pointers.  My guess is that this is a
> problem with nmb configuration and/or firewall settings.  However,
> "ipchains --list" produces:
>
> Chain input (policy ACCEPT):
> target     prot opt     source                destination           ports
> ACCEPT     tcp  -y----  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
> netbios-ns
> ACCEPT     udp  ------  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
> netbios-ns
> ACCEPT     tcp  -y----  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
> netbios-dgm
> ACCEPT     udp  ------  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
> netbios-dgm
> ACCEPT     tcp  -y----  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
> netbios-ssn
> ACCEPT     udp  ------  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
> netbios-ssn
> ACCEPT     tcp  -y----  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
> ssh
> ACCEPT     all  ------  anywhere             anywhere              n/a
> REJECT     tcp  -y----  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
> any
> REJECT     udp  ------  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
> any
> Chain forward (policy ACCEPT):
> Chain output (policy ACCEPT):
>
> Which looks good to me.  So that leaves nmb.
>
> With highest regards,
> Tom
> parris at isciences.com
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Tom,

    I have always had better luck running smb and ndb as daemons with the -D option. Post
a copy of you smb.conf and we will see if we can be of any more help. I have a LM7.2
server with Samba 2.09 and Win95, Win98 and WinME clients (noW2K). Everything works great!



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Nacogdoches, Texas

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David,

Thanks for taking this on.  Here is my smb.conf ...

[global]
   workgroup = WORKGROUP
   server string = Magnolia Samba Sever
   hosts allow = 127.0.0.1 63.87.43.58 63.87.43.59 63.87.43.60 63.87.43.61
63.87.43.62
   printcap name = /etc/printcap
   load printers = yes
   printing = lprng
   log file = /var/log/samba/%m.log
   max log size = 1000
   security = user
   encrypt passwords = yes
   smb 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*
   socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192
   domain master = yes
   preferred master = yes
   wins support = yes

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

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

[wkgrp]
	comment = Workgroup
	path = /home/wkgrp
	valid users = @wkgrp
	public = no
	writeable = yes
	printable = no
	write list = @wkgrp
	create mask = 0765





-----Original Message-----
From: samba-admin at lists.samba.org [mailto:samba-admin at lists.samba.org]On
Behalf Of David Rankin
Sent: Monday, June 11, 2001 11:35 PM
To: parris at isciences.com
Cc: Samba
Subject: Re: newbie problems.


"Thomas M. Parris" wrote:

> Dear Samba team:
>
> I am hoping you can help a Samba newbie make some progress with your
> software.
>
> 1. Platform/network.
> Samba server: RedHat 7.1  (MYSERVER)
> Samba version: 2.0.8
>
> Client 1: Win 2K (W2K1)
> Client 2: Win 2K (W2K2)
> Client 3: Win 98 (W981)
>
> 2. Progress (and lack thereof) to date.
>
>         A. I can mount shares from either of the Win 2K machines (with
"net use
> ...")
>         B. However, the Samba server does not appear in the network
neigborhood for
> any client (nmb problem?)
>         C. I can't connect at all from the Win 98 machine ("Error 53").
(Yes, I am
> using encrypted passwords.)
>
> 3. Progress with diagnostics
> (http://us2.samba.org/samba/docs/DIAGNOSIS.html)
>
>         Test 1: testparms works without problem.
>         Test 2: pings work in both directions.
>         Test 3: smbclient -L MYSERVER works.
>         Test 4: nmblookup -B MYSERVER __SAMBA__ works (sort of).
>                 I can't get it to work through xinetd.  Only when I start
nmbd as a
> deamon.
>
>                 My xinetd config for nmbd is:
>
>                 # default: on
>                 service netbios-ns
>                 {
>                         flags           = REUSE
>                         protocol        = upd
>                         socket_type     = dgram
>                         wait            = yes
>                         user            = root
>                         server  = /usr/sbin/nmbd
>                         log_on_failure += USERID
>                         disable = no
>                 }
>
>         Test 5:         nmblookup -B w2k1 '*'
>                         nmblookup -B w2k2 '*'
>                         nmblookup -B w981 '*'
>
>                 I don't have the client registered with DNS, so I am using
their ip
> addresses.
>                 None of these lookups work.  However, nmblookup -B
MYSERVER does work.
>
>                 The diagnosis text suggests that this is a problem with
the client
> softtware installation.  However, these machines can all share files with
> each other without difficulty.  They all appear in the network
neighborhood
> without problem.
>
>         Test 6:         nmblookup -d 2 '*'
>                 This only returns the ip address for MYSERVER.
>
>         Test 7: smbclient //MYSERVER/myshare
>                 Works fine.
>
>         Test 8:         net view \\MYSERVER
>                 Does not work.  Though I can see all of the other clients
with this
> method. I've tried adding the IP address of BIGSERVER to the "wins server"
> box in the advanced tcp/ip setup on the PC.  No change in behaviour.
>
>         Test 9:         net use x: \\MYSERVER\myshare
>                 Works from the two WIN2K clients, but not from the WIN98
client.
>
>         Test 10:        nmblookup -M TESTGROUP
>                 Only returns the name of the samba server.
>
>         Test 11:        Fails from all three clients.
>
> I would be most grateful for any pointers.  My guess is that this is a
> problem with nmb configuration and/or firewall settings.  However,
> "ipchains --list" produces:
>
> Chain input (policy ACCEPT):
> target     prot opt     source                destination           ports
> ACCEPT     tcp  -y----  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
> netbios-ns
> ACCEPT     udp  ------  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
> netbios-ns
> ACCEPT     tcp  -y----  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
> netbios-dgm
> ACCEPT     udp  ------  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
> netbios-dgm
> ACCEPT     tcp  -y----  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
> netbios-ssn
> ACCEPT     udp  ------  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
> netbios-ssn
> ACCEPT     tcp  -y----  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
> ssh
> ACCEPT     all  ------  anywhere             anywhere              n/a
> REJECT     tcp  -y----  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
> any
> REJECT     udp  ------  anywhere             anywhere              any ->
> any
> Chain forward (policy ACCEPT):
> Chain output (policy ACCEPT):
>
> Which looks good to me.  So that leaves nmb.
>
> With highest regards,
> Tom
> parris at isciences.com
> --
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Tom,

    I have always had better luck running smb and ndb as daemons with the -D
option. Post
a copy of you smb.conf and we will see if we can be of any more help. I have
a LM7.2
server with Samba 2.09 and Win95, Win98 and WinME clients (noW2K).
Everything works great!



--
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Hi there,

I have installed samba-vos (on a Stratus Continuum machine - using vos
operating system)

Currently I'm able to browse my vos machine thanks to samba from a WIN 98
pc. I'm trying to fine tune the security on samba-vos.
Currently  security = share based on host allow  = subnets.

My Problem:

Whenever I put security = server and password server = w.x.y.z, I get my WIN
98 asking for authentication for my network password, which is fine and
good. 
ex.
	You must provide a password to make this connection
	Resource \\PSA_T3\IPC$
	password: 

The password supplied is always rejected. 
I want my WinNT PDC to authenticate the password, I believe the samba would
fetch the user-id and password and send it to the PDC for authentication,
whereby upon confirmation I would be able to view my resources on my Stratus
machine.. but it doesn't seem to work..not sure why is that..

my smb.conf is as follows ( important lines only)
   security = server
   password server = w.x.y.z
   include = >siemens>samba>lib>smb.conf.%m
;   wins server = w.x.y.z
   dns proxy = no
   hosts allow = w.x.y. 127.
;   encrypt passwords = yes
;   user = dafef1

I read the doc on - "making password  as clear text, WinNT & 95,
security_level, etc" but still not successful. I know it works on linux
because I have a colleague who has done it..

Any help would be grateful..
thx





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Samba 2.2.0 on SuSE 6.4

when starting smbd -D , log reports:"lib/util_sock.c: open_socket_in(853)
bind failed on port 139 socket_addr = 0.0.0.0 Address already in use" and
smbd is unloaded.
ps -ax seems, that nothing interesting is running, but I am not guru ...
What can I do with?
Michal Kxivka
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> Samba has been installed onto a Sun sparc server bu I have not been able to
> connect to the sharedrives. The SA who performed this installation is new to
> installing Samba and does not have a feel as to what the problem might be.
> 
> I can connect to the sharedrive only with a PC loaded with Win2000 by
> passing the Unix userid/password. I cannot connect on any of the Win95 PCs
> and unfortunately all of the users have Win95 installed. The setup desired
> was to be able to have all the user's connected without passing
> userid/password and hopefully not having to create a user account on the
> server.
You need userid/password or guest access. If you are using guest 
access, the server will not be able to destinguish between your W95 
users. All files will be owned by the one guest user.

W95 is tricky, because you can enter only a password when connecting 
to the shares. The user name is hidden some where in the login to the 
W95-PC (or in the network preferences?). You can try to conect to 
\\server\share%user. I have read about it, but never sucessfully 
tried. 

> 
> We currently have Samba running on PC loaded with Linux that the users have
> access to. The SA who installed this unfortunately have moved on and cannot
> provide insight into what we need.
Go to the Linux box, and find smb.conf (/etc/smb.conf, 
/usr/local/samba/lib/smb.conf, "locate smb.conf", "find / -name 
smb.conf", .... Open it with a text editor and you will see what he 
has configured. Coution: there may be more then 1 smb.conf on the 
box, but only one it aktually used.

> I have been viewing the documentation for Samba installation but cannot find
> anything for installation on a Unix platform.
> 
> Is there a solution available which I cannot find in the online
> documentation?
In the tar-ball with the source is a lot of documentation. Probably 
read UNIX_INSTALL.txt. Lock at the sampels for smb.conf. Read the man 
pages. Personaly I recommend everybody to read man smb.conf form the 
fist to the last line.

Christian

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Hi Guys,


I just turned a Compaq Proliant (Raid5  8 GB logical drive) NT 4.0 Member
Server into a Linux 7 Samba 2.0.7 release Server while maintaining the file
server role. The Clients are W9X, NT, W2K.  Security level on the Linux box
is share based ( public access ).

To my surprise , the Linux-Samba solution has a slower response on  file
access.  But what is more frustrating comes from the NET USE scripts on
client machines that  now take 1-2 minutes to run for mapping a linux share!


I must say I am a bit disappointed.  Is there something I miss regarding the
netbios name resoution ? Why is taking that long to map the samba names ? 
Any experience on fine-tuning that?

Thanx,


Cristian Vladuta
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hello...

it may sound silly but how _do_ i login to my samba server? i am
currently running freebsd-4.3-stable and samba-2.0.8 in a small
workgroup consisting of 4 win95 and win98 workstations. the freebsd
server currently has only 3 users (none of which can logon thru samba
except ssh or telnet). so, until i get this (logging in) to work, i wont
be adding any user(s) to the server.

if someone is willing to help me take a look, and maybe help me spot the
problems or that i've missed something that needs added to smb.conf,
here's my smb.conf:-
---start of smb.conf

# Samba config file created using SWAT
# from as5.psb.org (192.168.0.5)
# Date: 2001/05/23 16:31:34

# Global parameters
[global]
    workgroup = PROMESYS
    netbios name = AS1
    server string = Promesys Samba Server %v on (%L)
;   hosts allow = 192.168.0. 127.
    interfaces = 192.168.0.1/24
    min password length = 5
    log file = /var/log/samba/log.%m
    security = user
;   encrypt passwords = yes
    max log size = 50
    socket options = TCP_NODELAY
    local master = yes
    os level = 33
    preferred master = Yes
;   domain logons = yes
    dns proxy = No
    wins support = Yes
    remote announce = 192.168.0.255/PROMESYS
    unix realname = Yes
;   guest account = guest
    admin users = alvin

[homes]
    comment = Home Directories
    writeable = Yes
    browseable = 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
;   writable = 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

[printers]
    comment = All Printers
    path = /var/spool/samba
    printable = Yes
    browseable = No

[tmp]
    comment = Temporary file space
    path = /tmp
    read only = no
    public = yes

[hanlj]
    comment = Han's Folder
    path = /home/hanlj
;   valid users = hanlj
    public = no
    writable = yes
    printable = no

[brians]
    comment = Brian's Folder
    path = /home/brians
;   valid users = brians
    public = no
    writable = yes
    printable =no

;[ports]
;   comment = Ports Collection
;   path = /usr/ports
;   guest ok = Yes

;[cdrom]
;   comment = CDROM
;   path = /cdrom
;   guest ok = Yes

---end of smb.conf



thanks.
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Thanks for that Paul.

As it happens that did not fix this problem, but it is
a useful parameter to be aware of.

We have been able to identify the source of the problem
and so set up a work around.  On our Windows 95 and 98 
clients there is a command in the Startup folder that
executes a file residing on a Samba share.  This file 
has become corrupted in some marginal fashion and hangs 
on any client executing it.  It takes an "End Task" to 
get past it.

But it appears that when the client encounters this 
corrupt binary file, 2 or 3 Samba process are created
relating to the share the file is on.  Ending that task
DOES NOT kill those Samba processes, and they do not 
terminate without being explicitly "killed" in unix on
the Samba server.

And just to make the whole thing even stranger.  We can
copy that binary - copy using unix - to another Samba
share on another machine and there is no problem.

Cute.

Tony.

On Tue, 05 Jun 2001 Paul Sanders  wrote:
> Tony:
> 
> We saw this with Samba 2.2.0 on va-rhl 6.2.4...
> 
> try setting the deadtime=    parameter in smb.conf.  we are using deadtime=15
> with good results [we have ~ 1200 users and were getting swamped until we set
> this.]
> 
> good luck.
> 
> paul sanders
> 
> 
> 
> 
> >>> Tony House 06/05 5:35 AM >>>
> Hello People.
> 
> We are trying to run Samba 2.0.9 on a Sun Sparc running
> Solaris 7.  Nothing fancy - just disc and printer 
> sharing.
> 
> It almost works perfectly . . .
> 
> Except:
> The processes that start on the Sunserver when a user
> logs in on a PC DO NOT terminate when that user logs
> out.  The result is a ridiculous number of smb 
> processes running for a fairly small number of PCs.
> 
> Users are experiencing uncertain access to disc shares;
> failure to find and/or save files to shares etc.
> 
> Has anyone run across this sort of thing before?
> Any suggestions for a solution?
> 
> Tony.
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hallo!

> when starting smbd -D , log reports:"lib/util_sock.c: open_socket_in(853)
> bind failed on port 139 socket_addr = 0.0.0.0 Address already in use" and
> smbd is unloaded.
> ps -ax seems, that nothing interesting is running, but I am not guru ...
> What can I do with?

do you have use testparm to test your configuration?
first i try this, with debug level = 10

Gru_ & bye

    Michael Ott

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Hi,

I read your article on net, I have facing similar problem, do you got the
solution of Browsing Workgroups, if you got the solution please guide me.

Thank you in Advance.



Regards.

Saad Moten.

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I know this is a simple question but I have been racking my brains over it 
for a week now and still I can't get the concept of samba users and groups 
vs unix users and groups straight.

Here's my conf file:
[top40]
   comment = HMV TOP40 INTL & JPOP
   path = /home/httpd/html/top40
   valid users = @top40
   writable = yes
   printable = no

I want to the folder to be accessible by anyone in the top40 group. I made 
the unix directory and all the files be owned by the group top40 and owned 
by a specific user in that group.

I have created a user, jc.imbeault, and put him in the Unix top40 group. 
(But he does not own the files in the top40 share, another top40 user does).

[root at top40 conf]# cat /etc/group | grep jc
jc.imbeault:x:506:
top40:x:508:nobody,jc.imbeault

and I have run smbpasswd -a jc.imbeault to add the user and give him a 
password (same as the unix one).

When I try to access the share I get a request for a username and password, 
I enter them and I can browse the share.

But I cannot create any new files or delete any files. I get an access 
denied message.

I thought that since the user is in the proper group he should be able to do 
anything with that share ...

What concept did I not quite grasp?

Jc
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When I access a restricted samba share my win2k machine is given a token so 
that I don:t have to always to give a username and password.

But ...

1- if I access a share as one user but then want to close the connection and 
access it as another, how can I do that?

2- how can I make samba *always* ask for a username and password? I.e. make 
it so the client cannot use a token but must suplly the username and 
password everytime?

Jc
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When I try an access a share on one Linux machine I get in. But when I try a 
different chare on another Linux samba server I get:

"\\10.x.x.x\www is not accessible. The credentials conflict with an existing 
set of credentials."

Does this mean that I have to log on to any and all samba servers always as 
the same person?

I did try that but still the second machine gives me the same error.

Jc
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	Sorry, I'm newbie. :(
	send this again.

	This patch added "reget" "hash" and "tick" commands.
        It's very useful when download big files from internet. :-)

-Rex
Best Regards, <chihchun_at_kalug.linux.org.tw>

--
--- samba-2.0.9.orig/source/client/client.c	Wed Apr 18 07:00:52 2001
+++ samba-2.0.9/source/client/client.c	Mon Jun 11 21:37:16 2001
@@ -49,6 +49,8 @@
 
 static int process_tok(fstring tok);
 static void cmd_help(void);
+static void cmd_hash(void);
+static void cmd_tick(void);
 
 /* 30 second timeout on most commands */
 #define CLIENT_TIMEOUT (30*1000)
@@ -57,6 +59,9 @@
 /* value for unused fid field in trans2 secondary request */
 #define FID_UNUSED (0xFFFF)
 
+#define HASHBYTES 1024
+#define TICKBYTES 10240
+
 time_t newer_than = 0;
 int archive_level = 0;
 
@@ -77,6 +82,8 @@
 mode_t myumask = 0755;
 
 BOOL prompt = True;
+BOOL hash = False;
+BOOL tick = False;
 
 int printmode = 1;
 
@@ -651,6 +658,7 @@
 	uint16 attr;
 	size_t size;
 	off_t nread = 0;
+	off_t hashbytes = HASHBYTES;
 
 	GetTimeOfDay(&tp_start);
 
@@ -703,10 +711,29 @@
 			DEBUG(0,("Error writing local file\n"));
 			break;
 		}
-      
+			
+		if (hash) {
+		    while (nread >= hashbytes) {
+			(void) putchar('#');
+			hashbytes += HASHBYTES;
+		    }
+		    (void) fflush(stdout);
+		}
+		if (tick && (nread >= hashbytes)) {
+     		    printf("\rBytes transferred: %ld", nread);
+	 	    (void) fflush(stdout);
+	 	    while (nread >= hashbytes)
+     			hashbytes += TICKBYTES;
+		}
+
 		nread += n;
 	}
 
+	if (hash || tick) {
+	    (void) putchar('\n');
+	    (void) fflush(stdout);
+	}
+
 	if (nread < size) {
 		DEBUG (0, ("Short read when getting file %s. Only got %ld bytes.\n",
                rname, (long)nread));
@@ -770,6 +797,198 @@
 	do_get(rname, lname);
 }
 
+/****************************************************************************
+  get a file from rname to lname
+  ****************************************************************************/
+static void do_reget(char *rname,char *lname)
+{  
+	int handle=0,fnum;
+	BOOL newhandle = False;
+	char *data;
+	struct timeval tp_start;
+	int read_size = io_bufsize;
+	uint16 attr;
+	size_t size;
+	off_t nread = 0;
+	off_t hashbytes = HASHBYTES;
+
+	GetTimeOfDay(&tp_start);
+
+	if (lowercase) {
+		strlower(lname);
+	}
+
+	fnum = cli_open(cli, rname, O_RDONLY, DENY_NONE);
+
+	if (fnum == -1) {
+		DEBUG(0,("%s opening remote file %s\n",cli_errstr(cli),rname));
+		return;
+	}
+
+	if(!strcmp(lname,"-")) {
+		handle = fileno(stdout);
+	} else {
+	    struct stat stbuf;
+	    int ret;
+
+	    ret = stat(lname, &stbuf);
+	    if (ret < 0) {
+		DEBUG(2, ("local: %s: %s\n", lname, strerror(errno)));
+		return;
+	    }
+		
+	    nread = stbuf.st_size;
+	    handle = sys_open(lname, O_RDWR, 0);
+	    lseek(handle, (long)nread, 0);
+	    newhandle = True;
+	}
+	if (handle < 0) {
+		DEBUG(0,("Error opening local file %s\n",lname));
+		return;
+	}
+
+
+	if (!cli_qfileinfo(cli, fnum, 
+			   &attr, &size, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL) &&
+	    !cli_getattrE(cli, fnum, 
+			  &attr, &size, NULL, NULL, NULL)) {
+		DEBUG(0,("getattrib: %s\n",cli_errstr(cli)));
+		return;
+	}
+
+	DEBUG(2,("regetting file %s of size %.0f as %s ", 
+		 lname, (double)size, lname));
+
+	if(!(data = (char *)malloc(read_size))) { 
+		DEBUG(0,("malloc fail for size %d\n", read_size));
+		cli_close(cli, fnum);
+		return;
+	}
+
+	while (1) {
+		int n = cli_read(cli, fnum, data, nread, read_size);
+
+		if (n <= 0) break;
+ 
+		if (writefile(handle,data, n) != n) {
+			DEBUG(0,("\nError writing local file: %s\n", strerror(errno)));
+			break;
+		}
+			
+		if (hash) {
+		    while (nread >= hashbytes) {
+			(void) putchar('#');
+			hashbytes += HASHBYTES;
+		    }
+		    (void) fflush(stdout);
+		}
+		if (tick && (nread >= hashbytes)) {
+     		    printf("\rBytes transferred: %ld", nread);
+	 	    (void) fflush(stdout);
+	 	    while (nread >= hashbytes)
+			hashbytes += TICKBYTES;
+		}
+      
+		nread += n;
+	}
+
+	if (hash || tick) {
+	    (void) putchar('\n');
+	    (void) fflush(stdout);
+	}
+
+	if (nread < size) {
+		DEBUG (0, ("Short read when getting file %s. Only got %ld bytes.\n",
+               rname, (long)nread));
+	}
+
+	free(data);
+	
+	if (!cli_close(cli, fnum)) {
+		DEBUG(0,("Error %s closing remote file\n",cli_errstr(cli)));
+	}
+
+	if (newhandle) {
+		close(handle);
+	}
+
+	if (archive_level >= 2 && (attr & aARCH)) {
+		cli_setatr(cli, rname, attr & ~(uint16)aARCH, 0);
+	}
+
+	{
+		struct timeval tp_end;
+		int this_time;
+		
+		GetTimeOfDay(&tp_end);
+		this_time = 
+			(tp_end.tv_sec - tp_start.tv_sec)*1000 +
+			(tp_end.tv_usec - tp_start.tv_usec)/1000;
+		get_total_time_ms += this_time;
+		get_total_size += nread;
+		
+		DEBUG(2,("(%g kb/s) (average %g kb/s)\n",
+			 nread / (1.024*this_time + 1.0e-4),
+			 get_total_size / (1.024*get_total_time_ms)));
+	}
+}
+
+
+/****************************************************************************
+  get file restarting at end of local file
+  ****************************************************************************/
+static void cmd_reget(void)
+{
+	pstring lname;
+	pstring rname;
+	char *p;
+
+	pstrcpy(rname,cur_dir);
+	pstrcat(rname,"\\");
+	
+	p = rname + strlen(rname);
+	
+	if (!next_token(NULL,p,NULL,sizeof(rname)-strlen(rname))) {
+		DEBUG(0,("reget <filename>\n"));
+		return;
+	}
+	pstrcpy(lname,p);
+	dos_clean_name(rname);
+	
+	next_token(NULL,lname,NULL,sizeof(lname));
+	
+	do_reget(rname, lname);
+}
+
+/****************************************************************************
+ toggle hash mark printing during transfers.
+ ****************************************************************************/
+static void cmd_hash(void)
+{
+    hash = !hash;
+    if (hash && tick)
+	cmd_tick();
+
+    DEBUG(2,("Hash mark printint %s", hash ? "on" : "off" ));
+    if (hash)
+	DEBUG(2,(" (%d bytes/hash mark)", HASHBYTES));
+    DEBUG(2,("\n"));
+}
+
+/****************************************************************************
+ toggle printing byte counter during transfers
+ ****************************************************************************/
+static void cmd_tick(void)
+{
+    tick = !tick;
+    if (hash && tick)
+	cmd_hash();
+
+    DEBUG(2, ("Tick counter printing %s", tick ? "on" : "off"));
+    if (tick)
+	DEBUG(2,(" (%d bytes/tick increment)", TICKBYTES));
+    DEBUG(2,("\n"));
+}
 
 /****************************************************************************
   do a mget operation on one file
@@ -988,6 +1207,7 @@
 	int fnum;
 	FILE *f;
 	int nread=0;
+	int hashbytes = HASHBYTES;
 	char *buf=NULL;
 	int maxwrite=io_bufsize;
 	
@@ -1039,9 +1259,28 @@
 			break;
 		} 
 
+		if (hash) {
+		    while (nread >= hashbytes) {
+			(void) putchar('#');
+			hashbytes += HASHBYTES;
+		    }
+		    (void) fflush(stdout);
+		}
+		if (tick && (nread >= hashbytes)) {
+     		    printf("\rBytes transferred: %ld", nread);
+	 	    (void) fflush(stdout);
+	 	    while (nread >= hashbytes)
+			hashbytes += TICKBYTES;
+		}
+
 		nread += n;
 	}
 
+	if (hash || tick) {
+	    (void) putchar('\n');
+	    (void) fflush(stdout);
+	}
+
 	if (!cli_close(cli, fnum)) {
 		DEBUG(0,("%s closing remote file %s\n",cli_errstr(cli),rname));
 		fclose(f);
@@ -1658,6 +1897,9 @@
   {"cd",cmd_cd,"[directory] change/report the remote directory",{COMPL_REMOTE,COMPL_NONE}},
   {"pwd",cmd_pwd,"show current remote directory (same as 'cd' with no args)",{COMPL_NONE,COMPL_NONE}},
   {"get",cmd_get,"<remote name> [local name] get a file",{COMPL_REMOTE,COMPL_LOCAL}},
+  {"reget",cmd_reget,"get file restarting at end of local file",{COMPL_REMOTE,COMPL_LOCAL}},
+  {"hash",cmd_hash,"toggle printing `#' for each buffer transferred",{COMPL_REMOTE,COMPL_LOCAL}},
+  {"tick",cmd_tick,"toggle printing byte counter during transfers",{COMPL_REMOTE,COMPL_LOCAL}},
   {"mget",cmd_mget,"<mask> get all the matching files",{COMPL_REMOTE,COMPL_NONE}},
   {"put",cmd_put,"<local name> [remote name] put a file",{COMPL_LOCAL,COMPL_REMOTE}},
   {"mput",cmd_mput,"<mask> put all matching files",{COMPL_REMOTE,COMPL_NONE}},

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Hallo,
we have upgrade our samba from 2.0.8 to 2.2.0, but there is some
problem.
after I have upgrade samba, printing do not work correctly.
in windows box when we try to print someting it bring that access denied
and job was viewed at printer box under linux, but the dukoment has been
printed and under linux every thing is all right - lpc , lprm , lpq work
correctly -. Not that all directories access is also right - rwx - , if
anyone has an idea, please i will be very happy.

yours
Amir

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Alright, I don't know what happened, but logging in as root from smbclient
works now, which it never did. I did reinstall Samba, but... this is
/Linux/! :)

I use " smbclient -L localhost -U root " which used to get me "Can't become
connected user."

As I said, it works now, but logging in from Win2k still doesn't. I'm hoping
this error is a bit more common than my last. I'd be a very happy man if I
could get this to work.

When I try to log in from win2k, Samba (log level 2) tells me:

[2001/06/12 11:15:12, 2] smbd/reply.c:reply_special(94)
  netbios connect: name1=HQ               name2=PSY
[2001/06/12 11:15:13, 2] smbd/connection.c:utmp_claim(841)
  utmp_claim: lp_utmp() NULL
[2001/06/12 11:15:14, 2] rpc_parse/parse_samr.c:samr_io_userinfo_ctr(5824)
  samr_io_userinfo_ctr: unknown switch level 0x1a
[2001/06/12 11:15:14, 0] rpc_server/srv_samr.c:api_samr_set_userinfo(672)
  api_samr_set_userinfo: Unable to unmarshall SAMR_Q_SET_USERINFO.
[2001/06/12 11:15:14, 0] rpc_server/srv_pipe.c:api_rpcTNP(1215)
  api_rpcTNP: api_samr_rpc: SAMR_SET_USERINFO failed.
[2001/06/12 11:15:14, 2] smbd/connection.c:utmp_yield(785)
  utmp_yield: lp_utmp() NULL
[2001/06/12 11:15:14, 2] smbd/server.c:exit_server(440)
  Closing connections

And W2K says "The procedure number is out of range."

Let me know if you need a higher log level, I'd be happy to oblige up to...
about 5. :)

Btw, I installed Samba via a precompiled Debian package. Would it make any
difference if I compiled it locally?

Please help make me the happiest man alive. :)

TiA
Henning Botha

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>>>>> "G" == Gerald Carter <gcarter at valinux.com> writes:

 G> On Mon, 11 Jun 2001, Hubert Palme wrote:
 >> >>>>> "G" == Gerald Carter <gcarter at valinux.com> writes:
 >> 
 >> 
 G> I'm not sure if the max log size parameter makes sense when using
 G> --with-syslog.  The parameter should probably be ignored if syslog
 G> support is enabled (via ./configure and smb.conf)
 >> 
 >> I use precompiles packages of the Debian dietribution (and I'd like to
 >> avoid compiling my own :-) What parameters can I change in smb.conf?
 >> --with-syslog changes a default value, I guess!?

 G> Make sure 'syslog only = no' (which is the default).

This is set correctly...

 G> Of course, I could be guessing wrong about the root
 G> of the problem. :-)

 >> (Why doesn't max log size make sense? -- the files grow
 >> anyway, I think...)

 G> Samba should not be rotating files out from under
 G> the syslogd daemon.  Not our responsisbility.
 G> Make sense?

Hmm... But the only thing samba should do (as per documentation) is to
rename smb to smb.old and nmb to nmb.old for the weekly cron job (from
the samba Debian package!) to rotate them. This seems to be done by
one of the daemons (smbd, nmbd) in accordance with the "max log size"
parameter. This whole ritual seems to be done to avoid rotating open
files. 

But I still have some understanding problems: If e.g. smbd/nmbd run
from inetd, they come up on request from a client. Hence, do they
never rename the logs?? What is the event triggering the deamons to
come up and rename the files?

But perhaps I totally misunderstand the whole nechanism...

Is there possibly a known bug causing smbd/nmbd to keep the files open
and thus the attempt to rename them fails?

Perhaps someone can help me to understand what could be wrong and why
the renaming fails...

Thanks a lot!

-- 
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Most samba tools (smbd, smbstatus, ...) have an option -s to use an arbitrary
smb.conf file.

smbmount and smbpasswd do not. Both always use <sambadir>/lib/smb.conf.

So I have to create a symbolic link.

It would be nice to have such an option of smbmount and smbpasswd.

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Hi JC,

Jean-Christian Imbeault wrote:
> 
> When I try an access a share on one Linux machine I get in. But when I try a
> different chare on another Linux samba server I get:
> 
> "\\10.x.x.x\www is not accessible. The credentials conflict with an existing
> set of credentials."
> 
> Does this mean that I have to log on to any and all samba servers always as
> the same person?
> 
It looks like you are already connected to the box where the problem
appears.
Read these articles...

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q106/2/11.asp?LN=EN-US&SD=gn&FR=0&qry=credentials%20conflict%20with%20an%20existing&rnk=1&src=DHCS_MSPSS_gn_SRCH&SPR=NTW40
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q173/1/99.ASP?LN=EN-US&SD=gn&FR=0&qry=credentials%20conflict%20with%20an%20existing&rnk=3&src=DHCS_MSPSS_gn_SRCH&SPR=NTW40

and cut all connections to the box by right clicking on Workplace. Then try
to connect again. Should work.
or use the netbios name \\name\www.

greets ED
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  private static Person sender;

  public static void main (String[] foo){
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      sender.setName({"Edgar", "Soldin"});
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      Adress address=new Adress();
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      address.setZip(38855);
      address.setCity("Wernigerode");
      adress.setCountry("Germany");

      sender.setAdress(address);
      sender.setMobilePhone("+49171-2782880");
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    I am new to Linux and Samba, and am trying to create a Samba server. I set
all up without problem. I can read from the shares locally or from another
win98 computer. However, I can't write to the share through Samba from win98,
but I can use the local smbclient to write to it. I have my username set to
Admin user and have the shared directory set to a permission of 777! I can't
locate the problem..... I searched through almost all documentation come with
Samba.......but get no idea... Any help is hight appreciated. Thanks!

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>Hmm.  I was just wondering whether it was the 2.2 version or the one from
>HEAD.  2.0.7 isn't going to work very will with winbind.

See this is what I don't understand...  I downloaded HEAD, installed it with
the ./configure (with pam), make && make install, but I don't know if it
should "take over" at that point or what.  Since I already had at least one
other version of samba running, I am not sure if there is some uninstall I
should do before installing a new version.  Maybe I don't even have the new
ver of Samba running, which is why winbind isn't even starting?

Any thoughts?

THANKS!
~Mary

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Michal,

Try "fuser -v 139/tcp" to get the PID of the process that has port 139 open.

This is what I get:
[root 511 /root]# fuser -v 139/tcp

                     USER        PID ACCESS COMMAND
139/tcp              root        262 f....  smbd
                     root      13945 f....  smbd

This is OK for me because I have a working Samba server on that machine.

If you want to kill the process that has port 139 open add "-k" to the
"fuser" options.  Of course, use with caution.

Denis

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> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : samba-admin at lists.samba.org
> [mailto:samba-admin at lists.samba.org]De la part de Michal Kxivka
> Envoyi : 12 juin, 2001 01:17
> A : samba at samba.org
> Objet : smbd not running
>
>
> Samba 2.2.0 on SuSE 6.4
>
> when starting smbd -D , log reports:"lib/util_sock.c: open_socket_in(853)
> bind failed on port 139 socket_addr = 0.0.0.0 Address already in use" and
> smbd is unloaded.
> ps -ax seems, that nothing interesting is running, but I am not guru ...
> What can I do with?
> Michal Kxivka
> krivka at carmagnus.cz
> www.carmagnus.cz
> 068-541 80 16
> 0602-184 980

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Dear listers,

How come the Win9x machines still resolve the IP name resolution of a Samba
share by broadcast after adding the linux box as static mapping on my DHCP
assigned Wins on the LAN ? 

That probably explains the lag in mapping Samba shares on client Windows
machines at every login. How can I accelerate that? Fine-tuning on Samba?

Thanx





Cristian Vladuta
Sys Admin ,CA IB Securities, CA IB Romania
Phone +401 315 20 30
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Hel{lo,p}!

I've installed samba 2.2.1.  Primarily we are using Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack
4 clients.  These work very fine without a problem (well, as far as connecting
to shares is concerned *G*).

But we also got some Windows 95 clients here (Windows 95, Windows 95b and
Windows 95c).  These clients cannot connect to the SMB servers (Samba 2.2.1 and
Windows NT 4.0 Server SP 4+).  They always get the error message, that the
computer or the share cannot be found.

What can I do, so that the 95 clients can connect?

Thanks,

 Alexander Skwar   Department PIEA

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Hi,
I need a samba version 2.07 precompiled fpr HPUX 10.20.
Where can I find it?
H.Navarro

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Vladuta Cristian wrote:
> 
> Dear listers,
> 
> How come the Win9x machines still resolve the IP name resolution of a Samba
> share by broadcast after adding the linux box as static mapping on my DHCP
> assigned Wins on the LAN ?
> 
> That probably explains the lag in mapping Samba shares on client Windows
> machines at every login. How can I accelerate that? Fine-tuning on Samba?

Run a WINS server.  The static IP doesn't matter to win9X, as there is
still nothing to tell it where the server is.  (DNS does not count, even
when MS uses dns, its after broadcast). 

Setup the wins server, point the client and server at it.  Setting it in
your dhcpd.conf is a good idea, depending on your setup.

Andrew Bartlett

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I fetched the latest samba from CVS.  Building these on both Solaris 2.6
(gcc) and FreeBSD 4.2 I got an undefined reference to slprintf.  I then
saw someone mention a "make proto".  I did this on both, the problem went
away on FreeBSD, but not Solaris.   Are there any more magic incantations
I need to perform?

Is there a FAQ or other definitive list of actions to be performed after
getting new sources from CVS?

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Hi folks;
I've been working with the HP-UX lab on getting us
involved in submitting binary packages for the latest
Samba (2.0.9, and 2.2.0) for HP-UX systems.  What's the 
proceedure to submit these once they are ready?
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Hi,

Well I tried to compile from source ond a suse 7.2 and it didn4t work.

So I installed the suse packages, and read everything samba is working
so far, winbind I don4t find. A part of it is installed:

/lib/security/pam_winbind.so
/usr/lib/samba/swat/help/winbind.html
/usr/lib/samba/swat/help/winbindd.8.html
/usr/share/doc/packages/samba/docbook/manpages/winbindd.8.sgml
/usr/share/doc/packages/samba/docbook/projdoc/winbind.sgml
/usr/share/doc/packages/samba/htmldocs/winbind.html
/usr/share/doc/packages/samba/htmldocs/winbindd.8.html
/usr/share/doc/packages/samba/manpages/winbindd.8
/usr/share/man/man8/winbindd.8.gz
/var/cache/man/cat8/winbindd.8.gz

But no server !
Is it allready available from Suse ?
Is there a way to configure only winbind from source no samba, since it
works allready ?

Did anybody succeded installing winbind on a suse 7.1 or 7.2 ? How `?

Thank you very much !

Andrei Gologan

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Hi,

You need to set "security = domain", and uncomment "password encryption =
yes".  Make sure that your "workgroup" param is set to your domain name.
You probably also need to add the samba server as a Windows NT workstation
or server (not as a BDC) to your NT domain as well.  See the documentation
in the Samba HOWTO Collection, available from the home page on the SWAT.

Good luck,

Arnold Andrews

PS: ( I'm making the assumption that you are also using version 2.2.0 for
the documentation about how to join the domain.)





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Subject:  samba-vos - problem with authentication with WinNT


Hi there,

I have installed samba-vos (on a Stratus Continuum machine - using vos
operating system)

Currently I'm able to browse my vos machine thanks to samba from a WIN 98
pc. I'm trying to fine tune the security on samba-vos.
Currently  security = share based on host allow  = subnets.

My Problem:

Whenever I put security = server and password server = w.x.y.z, I get my
WIN
98 asking for authentication for my network password, which is fine and
good.
ex.
     You must provide a password to make this connection
     Resource \\PSA_T3\IPC$
     password:

The password supplied is always rejected.
I want my WinNT PDC to authenticate the password, I believe the samba would
fetch the user-id and password and send it to the PDC for authentication,
whereby upon confirmation I would be able to view my resources on my
Stratus
machine.. but it doesn't seem to work..not sure why is that..

my smb.conf is as follows ( important lines only)
   security = server
   password server = w.x.y.z
   include = >siemens>samba>lib>smb.conf.%m
;   wins server = w.x.y.z
   dns proxy = no
   hosts allow = w.x.y. 127.
;   encrypt passwords = yes
;   user = dafef1

I read the doc on - "making password  as clear text, WinNT & 95,
security_level, etc" but still not successful. I know it works on linux
because I have a colleague who has done it..

Any help would be grateful..
thx





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From: Craig Kelley <ink at inconnu.isu.edu>
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On Tue, 12 Jun 2001, Saad Moten wrote:

> I read your article on net, I have facing similar problem, do you got
> the solution of Browsing Workgroups, if you got the solution please
> guide me.

Just be sure you have WINS setup on the clients to point to the same WINS
server that the Samba machine is using (which could be the very same box,
if you would like Samba to serve as the WINS server).

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On Tue, 12 Jun 2001, Jean-Christian Imbeault wrote:

> I know this is a simple question but I have been racking my brains over it
> for a week now and still I can't get the concept of samba users and groups
> vs unix users and groups straight.
>
> Here's my conf file:
> [top40]
>    comment = HMV TOP40 INTL & JPOP
>    path = /home/httpd/html/top40
>    valid users = @top40
>    writable = yes
>    printable = no
>
> I want to the folder to be accessible by anyone in the top40 group. I made
> the unix directory and all the files be owned by the group top40 and owned
> by a specific user in that group.
>
> I have created a user, jc.imbeault, and put him in the Unix top40 group.
> (But he does not own the files in the top40 share, another top40 user does).
>
> [root at top40 conf]# cat /etc/group | grep jc
> jc.imbeault:x:506:
> top40:x:508:nobody,jc.imbeault
>
> and I have run smbpasswd -a jc.imbeault to add the user and give him a
> password (same as the unix one).
>
> When I try to access the share I get a request for a username and password,
> I enter them and I can browse the share.
>
> But I cannot create any new files or delete any files. I get an access
> denied message.
>
> I thought that since the user is in the proper group he should be able to do
> anything with that share ...
>
> What concept did I not quite grasp?

Can jc.imbeault write files to those directories directly:

  su - jc.imbeault
  cd /home/httpd/html/top40
  cat > test
  [is there an error here?]

If so, then you need to give the group write permissions to those files,
and you probably want to change the create mode (man smb.conf; read up on
'force create mode')

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On Tue, 12 Jun 2001, Jean-Christian Imbeault wrote:

> When I try an access a share on one Linux machine I get in. But when I try a
> different chare on another Linux samba server I get:
>
> "\\10.x.x.x\www is not accessible. The credentials conflict with an existing
> set of credentials."
>
> Does this mean that I have to log on to any and all samba servers always as
> the same person?

No, it means that Windows won't let you login with different sets of
credentials (braindead, I know).  You can right-click on the Network
Neighborhood and select 'disconnect' to see a list of connections you
already have open.

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On Tue, 12 Jun 2001, Vladuta Cristian wrote:

> Hi Guys,
>
>
> I just turned a Compaq Proliant (Raid5  8 GB logical drive) NT 4.0 Member
> Server into a Linux 7 Samba 2.0.7 release Server while maintaining the file
> server role. The Clients are W9X, NT, W2K.  Security level on the Linux box
> is share based ( public access ).
>
> To my surprise , the Linux-Samba solution has a slower response on  file
> access.  But what is more frustrating comes from the NET USE scripts on
> client machines that  now take 1-2 minutes to run for mapping a linux share!
>
> I must say I am a bit disappointed.  Is there something I miss regarding the
> netbios name resoution ? Why is taking that long to map the samba names ?
> Any experience on fine-tuning that?

Be sure the samba server and the windows clients are all using the same
WINS server (be it an NT or Samba machine).  It sounds like you're going
through the fun "automatic" name resolution in Windows -- it's even worse
if you have IPX and/or NetBIOS installed.  A common WINS server and/or
propper DNS name registration (which only works for newer versions of
Windows) is the solution.  If, by chance, you're using Client32 from
Novell, then this is completely normal MO ;)

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On Mon, 11 Jun 2001 Arnold.O.Andrews at seagate.com wrote:

> What I would do, if you must use the NT PDC, is to convert you samba PDC to
> a member of the NT domain, then use domain authentication.  That way, you
> won't need to continue the ongoing password replication.  You'll have to
> create all your current samba accounts into the NT domain once, then that's

Yes. But to restate the main point of my question, has anyone else done the
work of stuffing encrypted passwords from /etc/smbpasswd into an NT PDC
before? I don't want to reassign or crack passwords. In theory, I don't
need to, because I have the hashes and know where they need to go in the
SAM.

It's been four years since that tantalizing paragraph was put in the pwdump
readme. Has no one followed through with it?
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> I know this is a simple question but I have been racking my brains over it 
> for a week now and still I can't get the concept of samba users and groups 
> vs unix users and groups straight.
> 
> Here's my conf file:
> [top40]
>    comment = HMV TOP40 INTL & JPOP
>    path = /home/httpd/html/top40
>    valid users = @top40
>    writable = yes
>    printable = no
> 
> I want to the folder to be accessible by anyone in the top40 group. I made 
> the unix directory and all the files be owned by the group top40 and owned 
> by a specific user in that group.
> 
> I have created a user, jc.imbeault, and put him in the Unix top40 group. 
> (But he does not own the files in the top40 share, another top40 user does).
> 
> [root at top40 conf]# cat /etc/group | grep jc
> jc.imbeault:x:506:
> top40:x:508:nobody,jc.imbeault
Does the unix you are using support user names with dot and longer 
then 8 characters? Can jc.imbeault login with telnet, ssh, rlogin, 
ftp, ... ? 

You may want to look at the user.map parameter


> 
> and I have run smbpasswd -a jc.imbeault to add the user and give him a 
> password (same as the unix one).
> 
> When I try to access the share I get a request for a username and password, 
> I enter them and I can browse the share.
> 
> But I cannot create any new files or delete any files. I get an access 
> denied message.
> 
> I thought that since the user is in the proper group he should be able to do 
> anything with that share ...
> 
> What concept did I not quite grasp?
> 
> Jc
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Does anyone know a location for 2.2.0 binaries (rpms) for redhat 7.1.  I've
checked the usual places: rpmfind.net has some rawhide versions without the
platform specified with some readline depency problems, samba.org has some
for 7.0 - nothing for 7.1.  Any pointers would be appreciated.  Thanks

Dan Naughton

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On Tue, 12 Jun 2001, Henning Botha wrote:

> When I try to log in from win2k, Samba (log level 2) tells me:
>
> [2001/06/12 11:15:12, 2] smbd/reply.c:reply_special(94)
>   netbios connect: name1=HQ               name2=PSY
> [2001/06/12 11:15:13, 2] smbd/connection.c:utmp_claim(841)
>   utmp_claim: lp_utmp() NULL
> [2001/06/12 11:15:14, 2] rpc_parse/parse_samr.c:samr_io_userinfo_ctr(5824)
>   samr_io_userinfo_ctr: unknown switch level 0x1a
                          ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
You are using Service Pack 2 with Samba 2.2.0   You need the latest
SAMBA_2_2 cvs code or this to work.






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Does any version of Samba support DNS name resolution instead of WINS.  The 
reason I'm wondering is, our Network people are wanting to eliminate all of our 
WINS servers, and go strictly to DNS.  I have been running a Solaris7 server w/ 
Samba 2.0.0 using the existing NT WINS servers for quite a while with only a few 
problems.
I think I have DNS resolution working on a test machine ... I think.  I'm just 
concerned that I'm going to have a bunch of end-users go belly-up when they 
powerdown the WINS servers.
Any comments or suggestions???

Kyle Freestone
kyle at rawah.co.larimer.co.us

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On Tue, 12 Jun 2001, Vladuta Cristian wrote:

> Dear listers,
>
> How come the Win9x machines still resolve the IP name resolution of a Samba
> share by broadcast after adding the linux box as static mapping on my DHCP
> assigned Wins on the LAN ?
>
> That probably explains the lag in mapping Samba shares on client Windows
> machines at every login. How can I accelerate that? Fine-tuning on Samba?

Be sure you setup the netbios-name-servers in your dhcp server (assuming
you're running ISC UNIX dhcpd) to point out the address of your WINS
servers to the dhcp clients.

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On Tue, 12 Jun 2001 alexander.skwar at delphiauto.com wrote:

> Hel{lo,p}!
>
> I've installed samba 2.2.1.  Primarily we are using Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack
> 4 clients.  These work very fine without a problem (well, as far as connecting
> to shares is concerned *G*).
>
> But we also got some Windows 95 clients here (Windows 95, Windows 95b and
> Windows 95c).  These clients cannot connect to the SMB servers (Samba 2.2.1 and
> Windows NT 4.0 Server SP 4+).  They always get the error message, that the
> computer or the share cannot be found.
>
> What can I do, so that the 95 clients can connect?

Setup WINS in the TCP/IP control panel.

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> when starting smbd -D , log reports:"lib/util_sock.c:
> open_socket_in(853) bind failed on port 139 socket_addr = 0.0.0.0
> Address already in use" and smbd is unloaded.

check if there's Samba stuff in your inetd.conf/xinetd.conf,remove it 
and then restart inetd,then you can start Samba standalone.

Alain

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	Go to http://samba.org, click on download sites -> Poland->http 


Alex Iruc

On Tue, 12 Jun 2001 naughton at domino.danielwoodhead.com wrote:

> Does anyone know a location for 2.2.0 binaries (rpms) for redhat 7.1.  I've
> checked the usual places: rpmfind.net has some rawhide versions without the
> platform specified with some readline depency problems, samba.org has some
> for 7.0 - nothing for 7.1.  Any pointers would be appreciated.  Thanks
> 
> Dan Naughton
> 

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All is not well.  When I try restarting the httpd server to implement the new
changes, I get the following error:

# /usr/HTTPServer/bin/httpd -f /usr/HTTPServer/conf/httpd.conf
Syntax error on line 70 of /usr/HTTPServer/conf/httpd.conf:
Can't locate API module structure `auth_pwd' in file
/usr/HTTPServer/libexec/mod_auth_pwd.so: Function not implemented (auth_pwd)

Does this mean the compilation is faulty?

Benny


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>    1. Re: Installing Samba on Sun sparc (White, Franklin D (Franklin)** CTR
> **) 2. New K12 Software (kpeters at schoolcenter.com)
>    3. Win2K problem (Oswald P. Backus)
>    4. Samba 2.2.0 and 'max connections' (Oliver Schulze L.)
>    5. samba question (Xiaomin Dong)
>    6. Samba Window 2000. (Campbell, Russell P)
>    7. Winbindd auth problems (Ephi Dror)
>    8. Re: Samba 2.2.0 and 'max connections' (Andrew Bartlett)
>    9. Re: log.winbindd error (Tim Potter)
>   10. Re: limit on the share name to 13 characters? (Tim Potter)
>   11. Cinsel problemlerinize son verebilirsiniz (Dr. Sadi Uzun)
>   12. Re: Samba 2.2.0 and 'max connections' (Oliver Schulze L.)
>   13. Re: Can't get Linux 7.1/ Win 98 operation (Raymond Lutz)
>   14. Printing from Win98 to Windows2000 Pro. printer. (Claus Jeppesen)
>   15. newbie problems. (Thomas M. Parris)
>   16. Re: newbie problems. (David Rankin)
>   17. RE: newbie problems. (Thomas M. Parris)
>   18. samba-vos - problem with authentication with WinNT (ERIC FERNANDEZ,
> ITID) 19. smbd not running (=?iso-8859-2?Q?Michal_K=F8ivka?=)
>   20. Re: Installing Samba on Sun sparc (Christian Barth)
>   21. Mapping samba shares takes too long !? (Vladuta Cristian)
>   22. how do i... (Alvin Sim)
>   23. Re: Re: Samba processes not terminating on server (Tony House)
>   24. Re: smbd not running (Michael Ott)
>   25. Browsing workgroups on remote subnets (Saad Moten)
>   26. Users and groups under Samba? (Jean-Christian Imbeault)
>   27. Access a share as a different user than before? (Jean-Christian
> Imbeault) 28. Credential conflict? (Jean-Christian Imbeault)
>   29. Improved smbclient resume support. (Rex Tsai)
>   30. printer - Access denied (Amir Bukhri)
>   31. Here's an easier question. :) (Henning Botha)
>   32. Re: Samba: Problem mit check_log_size (Hubert Palme)
>   33. smbmount/smbpasswd: spezify path to smb.conf (Wolfgang Kretzschmar)
>   34. Re: Credential conflict? (Edgar Soldin)
>   35. Can't write to a share from Win98 (Bruce)
>   36. Re: Fw: LOG FILE (M. Kilroy)
>   37. RE: smbd not running (Denis Beauchemin)
>   38. Samba share mapping (Vladuta Cristian)
>   39. Windows 95 clients cannot connect (alexander.skwar at delphiauto.com)
>   40. Samba 2.07 for HPUX (Heike Navarro)
>   41. Re: Samba share mapping (Andrew Bartlett)
>   42. undefined: slprintf (Gary Algier)
>   43. Binary packages for 2.0.9 and 2.2.0 on 10.20 and 11.0 HP-UX
> (MCCALL,DON (HP-USA,ex1)) 44. Winbind + suse (Andrei Gologan)
>   45. Re: samba-vos - problem with authentication with WinNT
> (Arnold.O.Andrews at seagate.com)
>
> --__--__--
>
> Message: 1
> From: "White, Franklin D (Franklin)** CTR **" <fdwhite at lucent.com>
> To: "'samba at samba.org'" <samba at samba.org>
> Subject: Re: Installing Samba on Sun sparc
> Date: Mon, 11 Jun 2001 15:03:33 -0400
>
> Samba has been installed onto a Sun sparc server bu I have not been able to
> connect to the sharedrives. The SA who performed this installation is new
> to installing Samba and does not have a feel as to what the problem might
> be.
>
> I can connect to the sharedrive only with a PC loaded with Win2000 by
> passing the Unix userid/password. I cannot connect on any of the Win95 PCs
> and unfortunately all of the users have Win95 installed. The setup desired
> was to be able to have all the user's connected without passing
> userid/password and hopefully not having to create a user account on the
> server.
>
> We currently have Samba running on PC loaded with Linux that the users have
> access to. The SA who installed this unfortunately have moved on and cannot
> provide insight into what we need.
>
> I have been viewing the documentation for Samba installation but cannot
> find anything for installation on a Unix platform.
>
> Is there a solution available which I cannot find in the online
> documentation?
>
> Thanks,
>  Frank White
> * Mail: 900 North Point Parkway  Alpharetta, GA 30076  Rm: 93N350C
> * email: fdwhite at lucent.com or fdwhite at us.ibm.com
> * Phone:  (770) 750-2161
> * Pager:  (800) 759-8352  pin 1634904
> *    Fax:         (770) 750-4867
>  <<...OLE_Obj...>>
>
> --__--__--
>
> Message: 2
> From: kpeters at schoolcenter.com
> Reply-To: kpeters at schoolcenter.com
> To: samba at samba.org
> Subject: New K12 Software
> Date: Mon, 11 Jun 2001 12:28:49 -0700 (PDT)
>
> Hey there, I was wondering if you were interested in seeing a new way to
> get more of your staff involved in creating and maintaining web pages.  If
> you are not interested, but know of somebody that is, please let them know
> they are more than welcome to contact me.  Thank you.
>
> -Kyle Peters
> http://www.schoolcenter.com
> 1.888.642.4448
>
> --__--__--
>
> Message: 3
> From: "Oswald P. Backus" <backus at cadence.com>
> Date: Mon, 11 Jun 2001 13:30:21 -0700 (PDT)
> To: samba at lists.samba.org
> Subject: Win2K problem
>
> FYI:
>   Samba has been working pretty much perfectly for us with NT for
> accessing clearcase vobs from a Sun E450 running Solaris 2.7.
> Recently, however, we've started having some strange problems with a
> couple of machines that we've moved on to Win2K. Things work for a
> while, and then we get lots of these errors:
>
> [2001/06/11 12:55:15, 0] lib/debug.c:reopen_logs(335)
>   Unable to open new log file /usr/local/samba/var/log.othello: No such
> file or directory [2001/06/11 12:55:15, 0] lib/username.c:map_username(87)
>   can't open username map /usr/local/samba/lib/mapfile. Error No such file
> or directory
>
>
> and life on the Win2K box is pretty confused. Has anyone seen this?
> Got any ideas on how to resolve it? The files that it claims are not
> there, in fact are there!
> We were using 2.0.7, and so I tried moving to 2.2.0, but that didn't
> help.
>
> Thanks for any info you can pass on.
>
> Ozzie,
>
> --__--__--
>
> Message: 4
> Date: Mon, 11 Jun 2001 16:28:54 -0400
> From: "Oliver Schulze L." <oliver at samera.com.py>
> To: samba at lists.samba.org
> Subject: Samba 2.2.0 and 'max connections'
>
> Hi.
> I'm writing about the issue of the option 'max connections' in samba 2.2.0
> I have downgraded to 2.0.7 because of this issue and now I really need to
> have samba 2.2.x running in my production server.
>
> So, my cuestion is: can I download a patch for 2.2.0 that resolve this
> issue?
> Or should I dowload the source via CVS?
> If I should download the source code via CVS, is there any
> "nightly build" of the CVS?
>
> Thanks
> Oliver
> --
> Oliver Schulze L.
> oliver at samera.com.py <mailto:oliver at samera.com.py>
> Asuncion-Paraguay
>
> --__--__--
>
> Message: 5
> Date: Mon, 11 Jun 2001 17:18:34 -0400 (EDT)
> From: Xiaomin Dong <xdong at xpedite.com>
> To: samba at lists.samba.org
> Cc: Xiaomin Dong <xdong at xpedite.com>
> Subject: samba question
>
> Samba guru,
>
> I see there are a lot of complaints about samba.
> Please help me to get rid of them.
>
> Thanks
>
> Xiaomin Dong
> SA
>
> # tail /var/adm/messages
> Jun 11 16:41:41 cs_server6 inetd[143]: netbios-ns/udp server failing
> (looping), service terminated Jun 11 16:42:26 cs_server6 inetd[143]:
> /opt/samba/bin/nmbd: Child Status Changed Jun 11 16:42:58 cs_server6 last
> message repeated 38 times
> Jun 11 16:42:59 cs_server6 inetd[143]: netbios-ns/udp server failing
> (looping), service terminated Jun 11 16:53:15 cs_server6 inetd[143]:
> /opt/samba/bin/nmbd: Child Status Changed Jun 11 16:53:44 cs_server6 last
> message repeated 38 times
> Jun 11 16:53:45 cs_server6 inetd[143]: netbios-ns/udp server failing
> (looping), service terminated Jun 11 17:04:11 cs_server6 inetd[143]:
> /opt/samba/bin/nmbd: Child Status Changed Jun 11 17:04:35 cs_server6 last
> message repeated 38 times
> Jun 11 17:04:36 cs_server6 inetd[143]: netbios-ns/udp server failing
> (looping), service terminated #
>
> --__--__--
>
> Message: 6
> From: "Campbell, Russell P" <Russell.Campbell at PSS.Boeing.com>
> To: "'samba at lists.samba.org'" <samba at lists.samba.org>
> Subject: Samba Window 2000.
> Date: Mon, 11 Jun 2001 14:31:39 -0700
>
> WE are on a HP9000 HPUX 10.20
>
> We have had problems using office products Word and Excel as well as Oracle
> Forms Developer running on W2K while accessing files located on HP-UX
> workstations via Samba.  Some files open properly, others generate errors
> like this one from Word: 'The instruction at "0x300b9dbe" referenced memory
> at "0x00000000".  The memory could not be "read".'  This error occurred
> when attempting to open the file.  When the same files are on an NT share,
> or local on the W2K PC, no errors occur.  This problem started aft r we
> upgraded our PC to Windows 2000.
>
>
>
>
> Russell P. Campbell
> HPUX System Administration
> Engineering Simulation & Analysis
> *Sprint PCS Number (206)679-3391 Pager: (206) 416-3839
> Sprint Message: http://www.messaging.sprintpcs.com/sms
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>
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>
> Message: 7
> Reply-To: <edror at panasas.com>
> From: "Ephi Dror" <edror at panasas.com>
> To: "Samba (E-mail)" <samba at lists.samba.org>
> Subject: Winbindd auth problems
> Date: Mon, 11 Jun 2001 18:15:32 -0400
>
> Hi All,
>
> I am using cvs HEAD version (6/7/01) of SAMBA on Linux system and have
> problems with authentications of users. I use a domain environment and I
> added my Linux system to be part of the domain.
>
> Unfortunately, I discovered many problems and I am not sure if  this is my
> stupid configuration or understanding or it is not quite working at the
> present time.
>
> Below is my status and I would be very to happy to hear what did I do
> wrong.
>
> I will be glad to help in coding and debugging or tracing  different
> scenarios if needed.
>
> What is the status of winbindd as it is on cvs HEAD anyway? Is in any other
> cvs tag to check out or other place to get better version of winbindd?
>
> Here is the list of  my issues:
>
> 1.
> Winbindd seems to work OK as a daemon in general, I did get memory
> allocation failed but it continues. Then I keep getting other errors depend
> of what I do and as soon as I get major error all applications that suppose
> to contact winbindd are failing.
> When I run wbinfo -g it works OK but when I run wibinfo -u it failed big
> time, the daemon still alive but I cannot even execute another wbinfo -g
> after that. I must kill the daemon and rerun it.
>
> Running getent group seems to work OK but give me also user names and only
> the first 3 groups. Running anything after that failed.
> Running getent passwd failed and running anything after that failed too.
>
> 2.
> Trying  to access shares.
> I tried only win2000 and win98 clients and here are the results:
>
> From win98, on the client side I get a message:
> Resource: \\PETTIT\IPC$
> Password:
> And then I typed my password and it says password incorrect try again.
>
> On the server side, I passed many things but failed in smbd/password.c
> domain_client_validate, nochalange done - password failed.
>
>
> From Win2000, on the client, side, I get a message:
> Incorrect password or unknown username for:
> \\Pettit
> Connect As:
> Password:
>
> On the server side, I didn't get far because the domain name come up NULL
> so it failed on that test.
>
> Below  are two logs log98.txt and log2000.txt that show full debug info.
>
> I might just have a stupid configuration or installation mistakes. I am
> sure that my basic configuration must work since it is a very typical
> setup.
>
> Any help will be highly appreciated and benefit all of us.
>
> Thanks,
> Ephi
>
> Logs:
> =========
>
> 98 log:
> ---------------------
>
> ===========================================================================
>= ===
>   Log98.txt
>
>
> [2001/06/08 14:41:30, 5] rpc_parse/parse_prs.c:dbg_rpunival(658)
>               0094 buffer     : M.C.K.I.N.L.E.Y.
> [2001/06/08 14:41:30, 5] rpc_parse/parse_prs.c:prs_uint32(547)
>       00a4 status: 00000000
> [2001/06/08 14:41:30, 4]
> nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:domain_sequence_number(861)
>   got domain sequence number for PANASAS of 1770
> [2001/06/08 14:41:30, 0]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(136)
>   @@@EPHI 3 OK
> [2001/06/08 14:41:30, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
>   [26720]: getpwnam panasas+edror
> [2001/06/08 14:41:30, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
>   @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is panasas+edror, sep is +
> [2001/06/08 14:41:30, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_cache.c:get_cache_sequence_number(112)
>   CACHESEQ PANASAS/USR/edror is 1770
> [2001/06/08 14:41:30, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_cache.c:cached_sequence_number(68)
>   cached sequence number for PANASAS is 1770
> [2001/06/08 14:41:30, 0]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(136)
>   @@@EPHI 3 OK
> [2001/06/08 14:41:30, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
>   [26720]: getpwnam panasas+edror
> [2001/06/08 14:41:30, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
>   @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is panasas+edror, sep is +
> [2001/06/08 14:41:30, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_cache.c:get_cache_sequence_number(112)
>   CACHESEQ PANASAS/USR/edror is 1770
> [2001/06/08 14:41:30, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_cache.c:cached_sequence_number(68)
>   cached sequence number for PANASAS is 1770
> [2001/06/08 14:41:30, 0]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(136)
>   @@@EPHI 3 OK
> [2001/06/08 14:41:30, 6] nsswitch/winbindd.c:new_connection(324)
>   accepted socket 13
> [2001/06/08 14:41:30, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(58)
>   [26720]: pam auth panasas+edror
> [2001/06/08 14:41:30, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(72)
>   @@@EPHI in winbindd_pam_auth name_domain is PANASAS
> [2001/06/08 14:41:30, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1557)
>   domain_client_validate: no challenge done - password failed
> [2001/06/08 14:41:30, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(87)
>   @@@EPHI in winbindd_pam_auth result 0
> [2001/06/08 14:41:31, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
>   [26720]: getpwnam EDROR
> [2001/06/08 14:41:31, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
>   @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is EDROR, sep is +
> [2001/06/08 14:41:31, 0]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(115)
>   @@@EPHI 1 user name_domain is null
> [2001/06/08 14:41:31, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
>   [26720]: getpwnam PANASAS+EDROR
> [2001/06/08 14:41:31, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
>   @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is PANASAS+EDROR, sep is +
> [2001/06/08 14:41:31, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_cache.c:get_cache_sequence_number(112)
>   CACHESEQ PANASAS/USR/EDROR is 1770
> [2001/06/08 14:41:31, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_cache.c:cached_sequence_number(68)
>   cached sequence number for PANASAS is 1770
> [2001/06/08 14:41:31, 0]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(136)
>   @@@EPHI 3 OK
> [2001/06/08 14:41:31, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
>   [26720]: getpwnam panasas+edror
> [2001/06/08 14:41:31, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
>   @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is panasas+edror, sep is +
> [2001/06/08 14:41:31, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_cache.c:get_cache_sequence_number(112)
>   CACHESEQ PANASAS/USR/edror is 1770
> [2001/06/08 14:41:31, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_cache.c:cached_sequence_number(68)
>   cached sequence number for PANASAS is 1770
> [2001/06/08 14:41:31, 0]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(136)
>   @@@EPHI 3 OK
> [2001/06/08 14:41:31, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
>   [26720]: getpwnam panasas+edror
> [2001/06/08 14:41:31, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
>   @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is panasas+edror, sep is +
> [2001/06/08 14:41:31, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_cache.c:get_cache_sequence_number(112)
>   CACHESEQ PANASAS/USR/edror is 1770
> [2001/06/08 14:41:31, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_cache.c:cached_sequence_number(68)
>   cached sequence number for PANASAS is 1770
> [2001/06/08 14:41:31, 0]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(136)
>   @@@EPHI 3 OK
> [2001/06/08 14:41:31, 6] nsswitch/winbindd.c:new_connection(324)
>   accepted socket 14
> [2001/06/08 14:41:31, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(58)
>   [26720]: pam auth panasas+edror
> [2001/06/08 14:41:31, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(72)
>   @@@EPHI in winbindd_pam_auth name_domain is PANASAS
> [2001/06/08 14:41:31, 0] smbd/password.c:domain_client_validate(1557)
>   domain_client_validate: no challenge done - password failed
> [2001/06/08 14:41:31, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(87)
>   @@@EPHI in winbindd_pam_auth result 0
> --------------------
>
> 2000 log
> --------------------
>
> ===========================================================================
>= ===
>   Log2000.txt
>
>
> [2001/06/08 14:53:00, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(36)
>   server: dc=MCKINLEY, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
> [2001/06/08 14:53:00, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(42)
>   PANASAS: dc=MCKINLEY, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1
> [2001/06/08 14:53:00, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(36)
>   server: dc=MCKINLEY, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
> [2001/06/08 14:53:00, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(42)
>   PANASAS: dc=MCKINLEY, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1
> [2001/06/08 14:53:09, 6] nsswitch/winbindd.c:new_connection(324)
>   accepted socket 3
> [2001/06/08 14:53:09, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
>   [26728]: getpwnam edror
> [2001/06/08 14:53:09, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
>   @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is edror, sep is +
> [2001/06/08 14:53:09, 0]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(115)
>   @@@EPHI 1 user name_domain is null
> [2001/06/08 14:53:10, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
>   [26728]: getpwnam edror
> [2001/06/08 14:53:10, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
>   @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is edror, sep is +
> [2001/06/08 14:53:10, 0]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(115)
>   @@@EPHI 1 user name_domain is null
> [2001/06/08 14:53:10, 6] nsswitch/winbindd.c:new_connection(324)
>   accepted socket 13
> [2001/06/08 14:53:10, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(58)
>   [26728]: pam auth edror
> [2001/06/08 14:53:10, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(69)
>   @@@EPHI in winbindd_pam_auth name_domain is null
> [2001/06/08 14:53:11, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
>   [26728]: getpwnam edror
> [2001/06/08 14:53:11, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
>   @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is edror, sep is +
> [2001/06/08 14:53:11, 0]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(115)
>   @@@EPHI 1 user name_domain is null
> [2001/06/08 14:53:11, 6] nsswitch/winbindd.c:new_connection(324)
>   accepted socket 14
> [2001/06/08 14:53:11, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(58)
>   [26728]: pam auth edror
> [2001/06/08 14:53:11, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(69)
>   @@@EPHI in winbindd_pam_auth name_domain is null
> [2001/06/08 14:53:12, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
>   [26728]: getpwnam edror
> [2001/06/08 14:53:12, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
>   @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is edror, sep is +
> [2001/06/08 14:53:12, 0]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(115)
>   @@@EPHI 1 user name_domain is null
> [2001/06/08 14:53:12, 6] nsswitch/winbindd.c:new_connection(324)
>   accepted socket 15
> [2001/06/08 14:53:12, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(58)
>   [26728]: pam auth edror
> [2001/06/08 14:53:12, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(69)
>   @@@EPHI in winbindd_pam_auth name_domain is null
> [2001/06/08 14:53:13, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
>   [26728]: getpwnam edror
> [2001/06/08 14:53:13, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
>   @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is edror, sep is +
> [2001/06/08 14:53:13, 0]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(115)
>   @@@EPHI 1 user name_domain is null
> [2001/06/08 14:53:13, 6] nsswitch/winbindd.c:new_connection(324)
>   accepted socket 16
> [2001/06/08 14:53:13, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(58)
>   [26728]: pam auth edror
> [2001/06/08 14:53:13, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(69)
>   @@@EPHI in winbindd_pam_auth name_domain is null
> [2001/06/08 14:53:14, 5] nsswitch/winbindd.c:client_read(405)
>   read failed on sock 16, pid 26728: EOF
> [2001/06/08 14:53:14, 5] nsswitch/winbindd.c:client_read(405)
>   read failed on sock 15, pid 26728: EOF
> [2001/06/08 14:53:14, 5] nsswitch/winbindd.c:client_read(405)
>   read failed on sock 14, pid 26728: EOF
> [2001/06/08 14:53:14, 5] nsswitch/winbindd.c:client_read(405)
>   read failed on sock 13, pid 26728: EOF
> [2001/06/08 14:53:14, 5] nsswitch/winbindd.c:client_read(405)
>   read failed on sock 3, pid 26728: EOF
> [2001/06/08 14:53:44, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:establish_connections(351) establishing
> connections
> [2001/06/08 14:53:44, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(36)
>   server: dc=MCKINLEY, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
> [2001/06/08 14:53:44, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(42)
>   PANASAS: dc=MCKINLEY, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1
> [2001/06/08 14:53:44, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(36)
>   server: dc=MCKINLEY, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
> [2001/06/08 14:53:44, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(42)
>   PANASAS: dc=MCKINLEY, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1
> [2001/06/08 14:54:14, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:establish_connections(351) establishing
> connections
> [2001/06/08 14:54:14, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(36)
>   server: dc=MCKINLEY, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
> [2001/06/08 14:54:14, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(42)
>   PANASAS: dc=MCKINLEY, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1
> [2001/06/08 14:54:14, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(36)
>   server: dc=MCKINLEY, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
> [2001/06/08 14:54:14, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(42)
>   PANASAS: dc=MCKINLEY, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1
> [2001/06/08 14:54:26, 6] nsswitch/winbindd.c:new_connection(324)
>   accepted socket 3
> [2001/06/08 14:54:26, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
>   [26732]: getpwnam edror
> [2001/06/08 14:54:26, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
>   @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is edror, sep is +
> [2001/06/08 14:54:26, 0]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(115)
>   @@@EPHI 1 user name_domain is null
> [2001/06/08 14:54:26, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
>   [26732]: getpwnam edror
> [2001/06/08 14:54:26, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
>   @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is edror, sep is +
> [2001/06/08 14:54:26, 0]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(115)
>   @@@EPHI 1 user name_domain is null
> [2001/06/08 14:54:26, 6] nsswitch/winbindd.c:new_connection(324)
>   accepted socket 13
> [2001/06/08 14:54:26, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(58)
>   [26732]: pam auth edror
> [2001/06/08 14:54:26, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(69)
>   @@@EPHI in winbindd_pam_auth name_domain is null
> [2001/06/08 14:54:27, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(104)
>   [26732]: getpwnam edror
> [2001/06/08 14:54:27, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
>   @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is edror, sep is +
> [2001/06/08 14:54:27, 0]
> nsswitch/winbindd_user.c:winbindd_getpwnam_from_user(115)
>   @@@EPHI 1 user name_domain is null
> [2001/06/08 14:54:27, 6] nsswitch/winbindd.c:new_connection(324)
>   accepted socket 14
> [2001/06/08 14:54:27, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(58)
>   [26732]: pam auth edror
> [2001/06/08 14:54:27, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_pam.c:winbindd_pam_auth(69)
>   @@@EPHI in winbindd_pam_auth name_domain is null
> [2001/06/08 14:54:28, 5] nsswitch/winbindd.c:client_read(405)
>   read failed on sock 14, pid 26732: EOF
> [2001/06/08 14:54:28, 5] nsswitch/winbindd.c:client_read(405)
>   read failed on sock 13, pid 26732: EOF
> [2001/06/08 14:54:28, 5] nsswitch/winbindd.c:client_read(405)
>   read failed on sock 3, pid 26732: EOF
> [2001/06/08 14:54:29, 6] nsswitch/winbindd.c:new_connection(324)
>   accepted socket 3
> [2001/06/08 14:54:29, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_group.c:winbindd_getgroups(857)
>   [26733]: getgroups nobody
> [2001/06/08 14:54:29, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
>   @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is nobody, sep is +
> [2001/06/08 14:54:29, 6] nsswitch/winbindd.c:new_connection(324)
>   accepted socket 13
> [2001/06/08 14:54:29, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_group.c:winbindd_getgroups(857)
>   [26733]: getgroups nobody
> [2001/06/08 14:54:29, 0] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:parse_domain_user(908)
>   @@@EPHI In  parse_domain_user domuser is nobody, sep is +
> [2001/06/08 14:54:59, 3]
> nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:establish_connections(351) establishing
> connections
> [2001/06/08 14:54:59, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(36)
>   server: dc=MCKINLEY, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
> [2001/06/08 14:54:59, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(42)
>   PANASAS: dc=MCKINLEY, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1
> [2001/06/08 14:54:59, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(36)
>   server: dc=MCKINLEY, pwdb_init=1, lsa_hnd=1
> [2001/06/08 14:54:59, 3] nsswitch/winbindd_util.c:debug_conn_state(42)
>   PANASAS: dc=MCKINLEY, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1
> util.c:debug_conn_state(42)
>   PANASAS: dc=MCKINLEY, got_sid=1, sam_hnd=1 sam_dom_hnd=1
>
>
> ===========================================================================
>= ===
> -------------------
>
> --__--__--
>
> Message: 8
> Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2001 08:34:55 +1000
> From: Andrew Bartlett <abartlet at pcug.org.au>
> To: "Oliver Schulze L." <oliver at samera.com.py>
> Cc: samba at lists.samba.org
> Subject: Re: Samba 2.2.0 and 'max connections'
>
> "Oliver Schulze L." wrote:
> > Hi.
> > I'm writing about the issue of the option 'max connections' in samba
> > 2.2.0 I have downgraded to 2.0.7 because of this issue and now I really
> > need to have samba 2.2.x running in my production server.
> >
> > So, my cuestion is: can I download a patch for 2.2.0 that resolve this
> > issue?
> > Or should I dowload the source via CVS?
> > If I should download the source code via CVS, is there any
> > "nightly build" of the CVS?
>
> Current CVS of SAMBA_2_2 contains a fix for this.  There is no 'nightly
> build', as use of CVS code isn't exactly encouraged :-), and there are
> soo many different options one might decide to build with.
>
> Andrew Bartlett

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My bad, gang.  That last message about the /usr/HTTPServer/bin/httpd -f etc.
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1.) We are currently implementing some new security features on our network
and I think I may have found an interesting use for smbmount and samba. We
are moving our FTP server (NT Server) on to the DMZ of our network.
Unfortunately users still are going to be accessing the folder through
network neighborhood on there desktops, so if the users are still going to
access it that way we will need to open all kinds of ports to the DMZ for
wins and all the other garbage M$ requires.  Now the idea we had was to use
smbmount and mount the share to a linux box on the internal network and then
share it out with samba from there.  It looks like it will work but when a
new file is created or a user accesses a file it is using sambas permissions
and not the NT servers. Do you think if I upgraded to samba 2.2 and added
ACL support I could get this to work? Or am I wasting my time?
 
2.) I am trying to configure apache with ntlm security authenticating to an
NT domain. I have no problem authenticating but it is still prompting for a
user name and password. Where NTLM should be pass-through authentication.
Has anyone been able to get mod-ntlm to work? Or is there a better way to do
pass-through authentication for apache?
 

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Hello. 
I got 2 hosts running samba. One is over a RH6.2 and it 
works fine; the second machine is running samba over Debian 
Potato and it was installed to replaces the other (old) machine. 
The problem is that once samba is all configured and runs ok in 
this new amchine, attempts to login in swat as an non-root user 
fails. 
this never was happens in the old machine, and users in the 
network was able to change their passwd using swat. This problem 
is relative to samba, swat or debian? Any ideas? 
If is not the correct place to post this question, somebody knows 
where swat have a mailing list? 
Thank you. 
Fernando 
Fernando M. Maresca 
Monitoring Station S.A. 
48 n0 812 La Plata - BA - ARG 
Tel/Fax: (54) 221 425 3355 

Fernando M. Maresca Monitoring Station S.A. 48 n0 812 La Plata - BA - 
ARG Tel/Fax: (54) 221 425 3355 

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Greetings,

	Forgive me if this is off-topic, but how do I make a windows 2000 client 
automatically log on to the samba share (when I log on the the system) so 
that I do not see the username:password dialog box when my I connect to the 
share? My win9x clients do this automatically when the primary network 
logon is set to microsoft network.

Thanks,
Jason Stewart

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When I try to do a net view from my NT machine I get "The account is not
authorized to login from this station"  What did I miss?

Jeff Landers
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City of Henderson, NV
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Jeff,

         Are you using encrypted passwords? If encrypt passwords does not 
equal yes in your smb.conf, then you must also disable them on the client side.

Cheers,
Jason Stewart

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>When I try to do a net view from my NT machine I get "The account is not
>authorized to login from this station"  What did I miss?
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Dear All,

	We have some problems with quotas on a Sun E450 (Ilex) running Solaris 2.7 and Samba 2.0.6. What's been happening is that students
who have exceeded their quota are getting corrupt files, usually zero length, but no suitable warning. A colleage has been running some
tests and has found that with explorer if the file is small (35k or less) no error message is generated yet the file is zero length! Whilst
I'm aware that there may be a problem in the 2.0.6 version of Samba, we have compiled version 2.2 with quota support on a Solaris 8 box
(pine-cone) and still have problems with small files.
I've included the e-mail from the person who was running the tests to give more info.

Is there a fix for this problem? Ideally we would want the effect to be the same as if the student attempted to save to a full local disk.

	Martin Rootes
	Systems Support

-----Original Message-----
From: Jefferies, David W 
Sent: 12 June 2001 17:18
To: Rootes, Martin J; Bower, Lee N
Cc: 'ZIG group'; Broadbridge, Stephen L
Subject: Disk full on Samba


Martin, Lee

I have been testing the behaviour of file copying and creating for Samba mapped drives both on Ilex and Pine-cone (with the new version of
Samba). The results are more or less the same for both and show a major problem.

Both the Samba 'drives' are full and I have been checking what windows API messages are returned and what the behaviour of Explorer is. Ilex
has a soft quota expired, Pine-cone is at hard quota.

Explorer
Large files will give a 'Disk Full' message. I have not tested a big range of file sizes but a 35k did not give a message where a 75k did.

Small files are copied silently but when the disk is full the file is truncated to 0 bytes. The most worrying aspect of this is that copying
a 5k version of a file where a 1k existed before resulted in the old version being left as a 0 byte file. No error message and the file name
is displayed in Explorer.

The behaviour appears to be the same in both versions of Samba.

Windows API
In both cases copying or creating a small file (2k) gave no error value and resulted in a 0 byte file.

Using a large file (75k). 
Creating gave no message but on both servers left a 0 byte file. 
Copying to Ilex gave an error value (39 - one of two possible API disk full codes) and created a 0 byte file. Copying to Pine-cone gave a 39
error but did not create a file. The difference in behaviour may be due to the differences in the version of Samba or to the different quota
settings (Ilex over soft & expired, Pine-cone over hard).

The Explorer behaviour would be explained if it was not getting the information that also appears to be lacking in the API tests. Other
Windows software will no doubt be affected in a similar manner.

Dave

=============================
Dave Jefferies
DST
Corporate Information Systems
Sheffield Hallam University

Tel. 0114 225 3757 

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Gerald,

Just wondering ...
Did you ever get a chance to look into the problem I was having with
IMPRINTS being unable to deal with Microsoft CAB files?

Also ...
Are there bug fixes in the works which address print driver upload problems
with Samba2.2? 
Like many others on the list, I've had numerous problems. It appears that my
ntdrivers.tdb file became corrupt, or merely unusable, at one point. As a
result, I've attempted to rebuild my server no less than 4 times, and each
time I encounter strange problems.
I know that bugs related to "rpcclient" and "large printcap files" have been
addressed, but I've tangled with some other bits of weirdness. Like, the W2K
client complaining that there are "no drivers associated" with a particular
printer, despite the fact that when browsing PRINT$ it shows up as an "HP
DeskJet blahblahblah". I've also had W2K clients unable to access "printer
properties" on certain printers. Any attempt at getting to "printer
properties" produces a Windows fatal error window ... and the application
locks up.
After reading your description of the bug related to "rpcclient", I felt
that my problems may somehow be related. Any thoughts?


Errol Fouquet - UNIX SysAdmin
email: errol.fouquet at mms.gov

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Alex Iruc

On Tue, 12 Jun 2001, Jason Stewart wrote:

> Greetings,
> 
> 	Forgive me if this is off-topic, but how do I make a windows 2000 client 
> automatically log on to the samba share (when I log on the the system) so 
> that I do not see the username:password dialog box when my I connect to the 
> share? My win9x clients do this automatically when the primary network 
> logon is set to microsoft network.
> 
> Thanks,
> Jason Stewart
> 

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Ok

Jason told me to change my smb.conf to encrypted = yes. I populated my
smbpasswd file from my NIS map but when I try to change the smb password it
says it can't find the user (any user). The file is in the default location
and I also specificed it in my smb.conf.  Help the rookie, please.

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After unsuccessful attempts at getting winbind running on RHL7.1, I decided to
try RHL7.0 in hopes that there was an incompatiblity issue I didn't know
about.  The downgrade to 7.0 and the fresh install of the CVS HEAD version
produced even worse problems.  Not only does winbind not run, samba doesn't
run now.  I have read all the documentation, and configured everything
accordingly.  I am going back to RHL7.1, but I would really like to find out
why winbind isn't starting with a ./winbind.  I get an "Error looking up
Domain users" when I try wbinfo.  Does anyone have ANY idea why or perhaps
care to please help me tackle this?  I've been hacking at this over a week
now....

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I need some help sorting out roaming profiles in a new Samba PDC. The
server is Solaris 2.6 x86 Samba is 2.2.0 compiled with gcc using all
defaults. File sharing and printing are working file. I am unable to get
roaming profiles to work correctly. It seems to work except the desktop
is not restored and cannot be changed, for example I can change the
desktop background, nothing happens. I have included part of my smb.conf
file below. Any help is appreciated.

;       Primary Domain Controller
;
netbios name = LUCRETIA
workgroup = ATLANTA
os level = 65
preferred master = yes
domain master = yes
local master = yes
;
;       Security
;
security = user
encrypt passwords = yes
;
;       Domain Logons
;
domain logons = yes
domain admin users = rob
logon path = \\LUCRETIA\profiles\%u
logon drive = U:
logon home = \\LUCRETIA\%u
logon script = %u.bat
;
;       Shares for Domain Control
;
[netlogon]
        path = /usr/local/samba/netlogon
        writable = no
        write list = root
;shares for storing user profiles
[profiles]
        path = /usr/local/samba/profiles
        writable = yes
        create mask = 0600
        sdirectory mask = 0700
--
Robert Steinmetz, AIA
Principal
Steinmetz & Associates
New Orleans  Atlanta

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On Tue, 12 Jun 2001 AHYDLE at thq.com wrote:

> 1.) We are currently implementing some new security features on our network
> and I think I may have found an interesting use for smbmount and samba. We
> are moving our FTP server (NT Server) on to the DMZ of our network.
> Unfortunately users still are going to be accessing the folder through
> network neighborhood on there desktops, so if the users are still going to
> access it that way we will need to open all kinds of ports to the DMZ for
> wins and all the other garbage M$ requires.  Now the idea we had was to use
> smbmount and mount the share to a linux box on the internal network and then
> share it out with samba from there.  It looks like it will work but when a
> new file is created or a user accesses a file it is using sambas permissions
> and not the NT servers. Do you think if I upgraded to samba 2.2 and added
> ACL support I could get this to work? Or am I wasting my time?

Mounting a share with smbmount gives you a view of the NT fs on linux, but 
it is incomplete. One thing is the mapping of permissions.

One smbmount is done as one user, all permissions are those of that user
and all accesses are made by that user (as far as the NT box is
concerned).

What you are seeing with ownership on files created on the server is
probably this (if you mount as user foo, all files created will be owned
by foo). I think you can avoid part of the problem with having multiple
mounts, one per user, but I haven't tried that.

ACL:s are not supported at all by smbfs, so having samba support won't
help you here.


One alternative solution to opening up for WINS would be to run a separate
ftp for internal use only (on a separate port and do proper firewalling on
that) and have the users get/put the files with ftp.

Or ssh/scp (or openssh's sftp-server).

/Urban

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Dear Samba Team,
My name is Russ Ward I work for Mississippi State University and am trying
to make life easier for students.  The Dept that I work for now requires
students to buy laptops to use in class.  Now they also decided that we are
going to give the stundets access to file storage and printers.  Heres what
I want to do:  I have a RH7.1 box setup that will do all the sharing running
samba 2.2.0.  Right now I can access the server using a little vb program
that i wrote that just does the equilvant of net use....it works great on nt
and 2000.  when I go to try it on 95/98/me i run into the problem that
windows will not pass on a different username then the one logged into the
computer.  I don't want students to have to login to a pdc just for the off
chance they want to use the printer or save a file to the server.  I would
rather have a app that will allow them to logon after booting their computer
to windows 95/98/me.  any ideas on if there is an smb client for windows,
besides client for microsoft networks, or any idea on how i can get windows
to pass on another username besides the one logged in?  Thanks
Russ Ward


**************************************************************
Russ Ward
Department Of Mechanical Engineering
Mississippi State University
Room 3 Carpenter Bldg.
662-325-7325
Russ at engr.msstate.edu
**************************************************************

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That's not exactly what I meant, but thanks. I get another dialog box for 
the samba share after the initial system logon that tells me that I have an 
incorrect username or password. I know that this is not true, because it 
will work when I re-enter the password.

Jason

At 08:45 PM 6/12/2001 +0300, alex at palmira.dntis.ro wrote:

>         You can enable this feature by using TweakUI. You can find it by
>doing a search on GOOGLE.
>
>
>Alex Iruc
>
>On Tue, 12 Jun 2001, Jason Stewart wrote:
>
> > Greetings,
> >
> >       Forgive me if this is off-topic, but how do I make a windows 2000 
> client
> > automatically log on to the samba share (when I log on the the system) so
> > that I do not see the username:password dialog box when my I connect to 
> the
> > share? My win9x clients do this automatically when the primary network
> > logon is set to microsoft network.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Jason Stewart
> >

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Hello all-

I've scoured the net & this list to find out information, but have come 
across little.
Basically, I'm looking for a web front-end for Samba shares, so that folks 
outside of the network can access content in their shares.  Ideally, I'd 
love to see a product that would allow file upload & download, directory 
creation, etc.  I've run across a package called "smb2www", but it seems a 
bit "rough around the edges" and hasn't been updated since 1998 (from what 
I can tell).  Are there folks out there that have either built their own 
web-SMB conduit (through something like PHP or Perl), or does anyone know 
if commercial products exist on the Microsoft end for their NT products 
that might work with Samba shares?  Or, alternatively, what are folks doing 
to allow those off their networks to gain access to Samba shares (other 
than something like VPN)?

Thanks for any help!

-Ryan-

Ryan Bek
Network Administrator
Office of Information Technology, Greensboro College
Phone - (336) 272-7102 x366
FAX   - (336) 271-6634
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Hi,

I'm about to make my server a PDC.

I can't access file with accentuated characters via samba
i can see the files but "file not found" in the samba log
however i have in my smb.conf
	client code page = 850
	character set = ISO8859-1

so i can't load a profile because there's some accentuated characters
(Start Menu => Menu Dimarrer)

any ideas?
thanks for answers or links
@++
nico

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I constantly get this error in my log file and it offers no help to me
really, anyone have any ideas what this could be?

#
[2001/06/12 14:41:27, 1] smbd/reply.c:reply_sesssetup_and_X(990)
  Username  is invalid on this system
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I have a feeling it has something to do with password sync but can't figure
out what.

Corey

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Hi All,

Does anyone know if there is a work in progress to support Oplock on any of
the BSD based OSs (FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, etc.) besides Linux and Irix.

If yes, I would like to know if I can help. If not, is there any  technical
problems to support it.

Thanks a lot,
Ephi

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Sayin Internet Kullanicisi,
Bu yaz tatile cikmayi ve tatilinizi Antalya-Side'de gecirmeyi dusunurseniz, 
sizi Hotel Gazipasa'ya devet ediyoruz.
Otelimiz luks ve konforludur. Klimali, mini-barli, balkonlu odalarimiz; 
cocuk bahcesi, yuzme havuzu, otopark ve 5 kisinin rahatlikla kalabilecegi 
klimali, super luks apart dairelerimizle hizmetinizdeyiz.
Detay bilgi icin asagidaki adrese e-mail gonderebilir ya da telefon 
acabilirsiniz.
Ilginiz icin tesekkur eder, islerinizde basarilar dileriz.

HOTEL GAZIPASHA
Rifat Yildiz (General Manager)
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E-MAIL: rifyildiz at e-kolay.net

Bu tanitim iletisinden dolayi size rahatsizlik vermissek ozur dileriz.
Bu tur iletileri almak istemiyorsaniz, gazipasa1 at e-kolay.net adresine 
"Remove" komutlu bir ileti gonderebilirsiniz.

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i've been trying to get samba and stunnel to work and i am getting the
following messages (see below).  it attempts to establish a connection,
but it does not get too far. it complaints that it is an unknown protocol.

thanks, any help will be appreciated...

yectli

LOG5[1159436:65536]: Using 'sfs.139' as tcpwrapper service name
LOG7[1159436:65536]: Snagged 64 random bytes from /home/msib/yhuerta/.rnd
LOG7[1159436:65536]: Wrote 1024 new random bytes to /home/msib/yhuerta/.rnd
LOG7[1159436:65536]: RAND_status claims sufficient entropy for the PRNG
LOG6[1159436:65536]: PRNG seeded successfully
LOG7[1159436:65536]: Certificate: /usr/local/openssl/certs/stunnel.pem
LOG5[1159436:65536]: stunnel 3.14 on mips-sgi-irix6.5 PTHREAD
LOG7[1159436:65536]: No pid file being created.
LOG7[1159436:65536]: sfs.139 bound to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:139
LOG7[1159436:65537]: sfs.139 started
LOG5[1159436:65537]: sfs.139 connected from xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:1350
LOG7[1159436:65537]: sfs.139 connecting xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:139
LOG7[1159436:65537]: Remote host connected
LOG7[1159436:65537]: before/accept initialization
LOG7[1159436:65537]: before/accept initialization
LOG7[1159436:65537]: SSLv2/v3 read client hello A
LOG3[1159436:65537]: SSL_accept: error:140760FC:SSL
			routines:SSL23_GET_CLIENT_HELLO:unknown protocol
LOG7[1159436:65537]: sfs.139 finished (1 left)
LOG7[1159436:65538]: sfs.139 started
LOG3[1159436:65538]: getpeerbyname: Invalid argument (22)
LOG3[1159436:65538]: linger (local): Invalid argument (22)
LOG7[1159436:65538]: sfs.139 finished (0 left)

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Heike Navarro writes:

> Hi,
> I need a samba version 2.07 precompiled fpr HPUX 10.20.
> Where can I find it?

ftp://ftp.samba.org/pub/samba/Binary_Packages/hp/


Tim.

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MCCALL,DON (HP-USA,ex1) writes:

> Hi folks;
> I've been working with the HP-UX lab on getting us
> involved in submitting binary packages for the latest
> Samba (2.0.9, and 2.2.0) for HP-UX systems.  What's the 
> proceedure to submit these once they are ready?

Send me an email where they can be downloaded and I'll put them
up for binary ftp.  BTW there is a samba-binaries list where this
sort of stuff can be posted.


Tim.

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Hi All,

I had problems when I started two samba servers on unix systems at a
time.I was able to map from the new samba server but not with the old
one.

Both the servers are in same domain.(workgroup).Is it something to do
with netBios name ?


Can somebody give me an inout on this...
Thankx in advance

Yogesh
Advanced Micro Devices

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I'm new to Samba also.  Hopefully I can help with part of your questions. 

I'm running Win95 and when it boots up with the MS login, just have the user change whatever name is showing to their own and then enter the appropriate password.

For example, on my PC I test with my name (marion) and password and a test user named "test1" and it's password.  Just enter the right name and the MS login and it will work with any user (i.e. it doesn't have to be the computer name) as long as the Workgroup, etc, is correct.

Marion D. Haines
marion.haines at countygovt.brevard.fl.us
Network Administrator
Board of County Commissioners
Brevard County, Florida

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-----Original Message-----
From:	"Russ Ward" <Russ at me.msstate.edu> 
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Subject:	Question....

Dear Samba Team,
My name is Russ Ward I work for Mississippi State University and am trying
to make life easier for students.  The Dept that I work for now requires
students to buy laptops to use in class.  Now they also decided that we are
going to give the stundets access to file storage and printers.  Heres what
I want to do:  I have a RH7.1 box setup that will do all the sharing running
samba 2.2.0.  Right now I can access the server using a little vb program
that i wrote that just does the equilvant of net use....it works great on nt
and 2000.  when I go to try it on 95/98/me i run into the problem that
windows will not pass on a different username then the one logged into the
computer.  I don't want students to have to login to a pdc just for the off
chance they want to use the printer or save a file to the server.  I would
rather have a app that will allow them to logon after booting their computer
to windows 95/98/me.  any ideas on if there is an smb client for windows,
besides client for microsoft networks, or any idea on how i can get windows
to pass on another username besides the one logged in?  Thanks
Russ Ward


**************************************************************
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Mississippi State University
Room 3 Carpenter Bldg.
662-325-7325
Russ at engr.msstate.edu
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Jason Stewart writes:

> Greetings,
> 
> 	Forgive me if this is off-topic, but how do I make a
> windows 2000 client automatically log on to the samba share
> (when I log on the the system) so that I do not see the
> username:password dialog box when my I connect to the share? My
> win9x clients do this automatically when the primary network
> logon is set to microsoft network.

Make the samba server a domain member usually does the trick.


Tim.

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I'm trying to setup Samba so I can share files between my Win2k box and my
FreeBSD box, but I can't seem to get it to work.  I'm using a workgroup
instead of a domain.

Here's smb.conf:
[dev]
    comment = Unix Development
    path = /usr/dev
    read only = yes
    guest ok = yes
    browseable = yes
[web]
    comment = Local HTTP
    path = /usr/local/boa/htdocs
    read only = yes
    guest ok = yes
    browseable = yes
[mp3]
   comment = mp3 shares
   path = /usr/home/jason/mp3
   read only = no
   guest ok = yes
   browseable = yes

And here's what happens when I do 'smbclient -L saturn.ods.org (the freebsd
box)
[global]
    workgroup = MWAY
    preferred master = yes
    max log size = 50
    hosts allow = 10.0.0.1 10.0.0.2 127.
    log file = /var/log/log.%m
    security = share
    socket options = TCP_NODELAY
    os level = 80
    domain master = yes
[dev]
    comment = Unix Development
    path = /usr/dev
    read only = yes
    guest ok = yes
    browseable = yes
[web]
    comment = Local HTTP
    path = /usr/local/boa/htdocs
    read only = yes
    guest ok = yes
    browseable = yes
[mp3]
   comment = mp3 shares
   path = /usr/home/jason/mp3
   read only = no
   guest ok = yes
   browseable = yes



This is what happens when I do 'smbclient -L saturn.ods.org' (The FreeBSD
box)

saturn# smbclient -L saturn.ods.org
added interface ip=10.0.0.1 bcast=10.0.0.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
added interface ip=63.145.134.130 bcast=63.145.134.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
Password:
Domain=[MWAY] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 2.0.7]

        Sharename      Type      Comment
        ---------      ----      -------
        dev            Disk      Unix Development
        web            Disk      Local HTTP
        mp3            Disk      mp3 shares
        IPC$           IPC       IPC Service (Samba 2.0.7)

        Server               Comment
        ---------            -------

        Workgroup            Master
        ---------            -------
saturn#

As you can see, workgroup is blank.  I can browse Samba shares from the
FreeBSD machine,
and I can browse the Windows 2000 machine from itself, but I can't get
either machine to communicate with the other.

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I recently downloaded the latest version of Samba (ver 2.2) to upgrade the
version that comes with Red Hat 7.1 (I think ti's ver. 2.0.7). The problem
comes when the upgrade tells me that the version of Swat that's installed
requires Samba 2.0.7. Does anyone know where I can find a updated version of
Swat that will work with Samba 2.2

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It somehow just started working :)

It kept dying so I restarted, and it still wouldn't function, so I connected
to my ISP and then ran the startup script and things are working perfectly.

I don't have a domain name, and I'm not running a DNS server.  Is there any
way I can make it so that my shares are always accessible?

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Hi,
I have had samba up and running for the past 6 months between a Sparc20
running SunOS 4.1.1 and several Windows NT 4.0 machines.  I had one NT
server, 4 NT workstations and the Sparc20 on one domain.  It has worked
perfectly the entire time.  However, I just performed a upgrade to all my NT
machines, replacing them with much faster computers that had Windows 2000 on
them.  The network is back up (with all different IP addresses) and running
fine, save for the fact that Samba will no longer work.  FTP still works,
and it still shows up on my network.  When i look at the samba log files on
the Sparc machine, I can see that every day it tries to connect but comes
back with an error that states: "Could not find user 'administrator' in UNIX
password database."  How do i add the user to the database?  Or, perhaps, is
there something else I need to do?  Any advice you can give me would be
great.  Thanks in advance.

Ben Posthuma

Mr. Benjamin J. Posthuma
MC Network Design Facility
MCTSSA Camp Pendleton, CA
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Your Win2k machine is trying to log you in as administrator.  Go to Control
Panel -> Network and Dial-Up Connections, and in the the left hand pane
there will be some things you can use to get it setup.

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When printing from a Windows 98 machine their is always an extra blank
page printed at the end of every print job. I've been reading the HOWTOs
and it seems to happen with Windows 95 and 98 only because the
Postscript is malformed.  But I'm using the windows print driver and
printing to a raw device on linux.

Is their anyway to fix this???

I'm running rh6.2 with samba2.0.8

Thanks

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--On Tuesday, June 12, 2001 1:31 PM -0300 fmaresca at monssa.com.ar wrote:

> I got 2 hosts running samba. One is over a RH6.2 and it
> works fine; the second machine is running samba over Debian
> Potato and it was installed to replaces the other (old) machine.
> The problem is that once samba is all configured and runs ok in
> this new amchine, attempts to login in swat as an non-root user
> fails.
> this never was happens in the old machine, and users in the
> network was able to change their passwd using swat. This problem
> is relative to samba, swat or debian? Any ideas?

It's my understanding that ONLY root can run SWAT.  If that *is* true, what 
was done to Samba on the old machine to change that?

- john

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We had a power failure a couple of weeks ago. Luckily my FreeBSD file
systems weren't damaged, but my Win95 machine was -- for some reason, not
only the Windows Registry, but also many of the configuration files for
applications (I know, there aren't supposed to be any anymore) were damaged.

Since then, even though I reinstalled Windows 95 and have re-installed many
of the applications, I keep getting messages that my share cannot be
located, or access is denied.

I am running Samba 2.0.7 on FreeBSD 4.3-STABLE (compiled on 1 May). In the
logs, the log for this particular machine keeps recording, "Can't change
directory to /home/xxxx (Permission denied)." Last week I was getting a
message that indicated Samba was trying to connect me to my share not using
my username but as pcguest!

No one else on the network is having a problem with this (thank goodness).
Also, mine is the only share with a password, but security is set to SHARE,
and I'm loging in on the Win95 machine with the same username and password
that I use on the server.

Any suggestions on how to begin troubleshooting this?

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> Basically, I'm looking for a web front-end for Samba shares, so that
> folks outside of the network can access content in their shares. 

i've looked a bit and found a possible solution,you can have an 
Apache+Webdav+mod_auth_samba server,here's the url:

Apache: http://httpd.apache.org/

mod_dav (i hope all your user are running MSIE or there's a way for 
them to use dav): http://www.webdav.org/mod_dav/

mod_auth_samba: http://sourceforge.net/projects/modauthsamba/

Good luck.

Alain

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Don't do an upgrade.
Do this:
$ cp /etc/smb.cong /etc/smb.conf.bak
$ rpm -ev samba samba-client samba-common
$ rpm -ivh samba*2.2.0*rpm
$ mkdir /usr/share/samba
$ mv /usr/share/swat /usr/share/samba

Sorry for the quick answer, I need to sleep :-)
Oliver

Aric C. Wilisch wrote:

>I recently downloaded the latest version of Samba (ver 2.2) to upgrade the
>version that comes with Red Hat 7.1 (I think ti's ver. 2.0.7). The problem
>comes when the upgrade tells me that the version of Swat that's installed
>requires Samba 2.0.7. Does anyone know where I can find a updated version of
>Swat that will work with Samba 2.2
>
>Thanks
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I see "unix realname = Yes" as testparm output in Samba 2.2.0 but it is not 
mentioned in the documentation. Does anyone know what it does?
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Which version of Samba do you have?
Are you trying to join the Win2k boxes to the Samba PDC?

Samba 2.0.x does no support Win2k Domain logons.

Oliver

Posthuma Cpl Benjamin J wrote:

>Hi,
>I have had samba up and running for the past 6 months between a Sparc20
>running SunOS 4.1.1 and several Windows NT 4.0 machines.  I had one NT
>server, 4 NT workstations and the Sparc20 on one domain.  It has worked
>perfectly the entire time.  However, I just performed a upgrade to all my NT
>machines, replacing them with much faster computers that had Windows 2000 on
>them.  The network is back up (with all different IP addresses) and running
>fine, save for the fact that Samba will no longer work.  FTP still works,
>and it still shows up on my network.  When i look at the samba log files on
>the Sparc machine, I can see that every day it tries to connect but comes
>back with an error that states: "Could not find user 'administrator' in UNIX
>password database."  How do i add the user to the database?  Or, perhaps, is
>there something else I need to do?  Any advice you can give me would be
>great.  Thanks in advance.
>
>Ben Posthuma
>
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Hello Craig!

On 12.06.2001 17:45:57 Craig Kelley wrote:

> Setup WINS in the TCP/IP control panel.

Okay, I could/might do this - will I have to enable WINS support on Samba as
well to make this work?  I hesitate, because (from man 5 smb.conf):

wins support (G)
     This boolean controls if the nmbd(8) process in Samba will act as a WINS
server. You should
     not set this to true unless you have a multi-subnetted network and
     you wish a particular nmbd to be your WINS server.
     Note that you should NEVER set this to true
     on more than one machine in your network.

Default: wins support = no

Now, the "NEVER" in the above sentence scares me a little...

Hmm, I wonder - in the NT 4.0 clients (where connecting to the shares works),
WINS is not enabled - at least wntipcfg doesn't show any entries for Primary and
Secondary WINS Server?!
Will/Should I still enable WINS?
What's WINS good for, anyways?  I thought, it's just used to support browsing
for shares - wrong?

Thanks a lot,
Alexander

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Samba 2.2.0 running.
I would like to use it to share some of my software programs, but i can't
due to file locks and op locks, For the share I would like to turn all
locking off. How would I go about doing this, i tryed this but no
success:     [ctc]
     share modes = no
     oplocks = no
      locking = no
      blocking locks = no
      veto oplock files = /*.*/
      fake oplocks = yes
      comment = data      
      path = /samba/CTC
      read only = no
      volume = data
      guest ok = no What do i need to change on the share or is part of
the global config? please help me!  thanks
jc

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> Hi 
> 
> Is there any known conflicts with Samba version 2.0.6 and windows 2000.
> Some of our users have noticed a slow connectivity.
> 
> Thanks
> Coirnne
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I'm french, so sorry for my english !!! ....

My situation:
I have a samba 2.2 PDC (master browser) for my domain on a RedHat 6.2
The PCs workstation are win98, NT4.0 and Linux

When workstations win98 connecting to NT4 server file, the connection isn't accepted at any time:
sometime that display : "This user login have expired " an refused the connection to the network
share.
 For correct this probleme i must logout on the workstation, log in whith another username 
(of the domain) an relog in whith the first log so sometime it's correct it !!

how i do for i have not this problem ???? :-(((((
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Hi,
you will only need a WINS Server (and the TCP/IP setup
of all the Clients pointing to the this WINS Server only),
if you are using a segmented network.  That means that
your Clients are not on ONE physical piece of Wire.
Windows' browser lists are maintained by NetBios broadcasts
that are NOT transported across a routed network.
A WINS Server maintains the Workgroups host lists via
TCP/IP. 

If you can see all your servers and clients in Network
neighborhood then don't bother with WINS.

I may be wrong about some of the technical details but
for all practical purposes that's how I understand it.

Stefan

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Hallo,

I've installed the 2.2 RPMs on a RedHat 7.1.
motly it looks well, but when call 'smbstatus'
I get following answer.
- -------------------
[root at fs-1 root]# smbstatus

Samba version 2.2.0
Service      uid      gid      pid     machine
- ----------------------------------------------

Failed to open byte range locking database
ERROR: Failed to initialise locking database
Can't initialise locking module - exiting
- ---------------

It seams to depend on this file.

/var/lock/samba/brlock.tdb

But i don't really look thru. :?

Robert





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Is there a HOW-TO or a doc somewhere for setting up samba + NIS?  I've 
looked in the archives and on the web and couldn't find anything.

I am considering NIS so that I can have the same users on my three 
servers, so I would need to set up a master and two slaves.  But how do 
I get samba to use NIS for smbpasswd?  Or am I missing something really 
basic?

I have been working with samba for a few years, but have never worked 
with NIS, so this may be a very stupid question.

--Yan

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Guys,

Just let me know whether you also experience this damn long time-out when
mapping the samba shares  on W95/NT clients. Afterwards everything is decent
in terms of browsing speed.  
Craig Kelley and Andrew Bartlett suggested me to work on the WINS setup for
both samba and clients but I'm afraid the time-out is still there. 

So, I've got Samba 2.0.7 and an NT based  WINS-DHCP solution addressing the
name resolution. All the clients are running NT login scripts and get stuck
like that for about 1 min when attaching to the Samba shares. They know who
the WINS is, the Samba IP is present in the WINS database but still
everything is slow. Once the mapping is done, the rest is OK as speed.

Tell me, do you experience the same speed when mapping samba shares ?

Thank you,


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Hi!

Everytime I create a directory on a share, the directory automatically
get's one file inside, named "TEMPDIR.TMP". What's going on, somebody
leave some debug code or what? =) Samba ver 2.2.


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Hi,

	This may be a quick one if this is a known issue :

We are running samba 2.0.6 on HP-UX 11.00. There are some problems
with this version ( signal 11 crashes of smbd processes ) and we are
looking into upgrading to 2.0.9. The code compiled fine and a
functional test on a test-machine was OK : one smbd process uses
around 2 Mb of memory. When we install the same version on our
production server ( + 400 concurrent users ) we see that each smbd
process takes up around 12 Mb ! Please note we did not reboot the
server since and it is still running 2.0.6. 

	Any suggestions on this one ?

Best regards,

Luc Steenhuyse

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They do ... but that will not solve your prob if the workstations are in
different subnets ;(.
It just enables your samba box to "see" or find all boxes that are known to
your dns server.

Greets
Ed

Kyle Freestone wrote:
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> Does any version of Samba support DNS name resolution instead of WINS.  The
> reason I'm wondering is, our Network people are wanting to eliminate all of our
> WINS servers, and go strictly to DNS.  I have been running a Solaris7 server w/
> Samba 2.0.0 using the existing NT WINS servers for quite a while with only a few
> problems.
> I think I have DNS resolution working on a test machine ... I think.  I'm just
> concerned that I'm going to have a bunch of end-users go belly-up when they
> powerdown the WINS servers.
> Any comments or suggestions???
> 
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Make sure the /etc/printcap has :sf: included in the entry for the shared
printer. This suppresses trailing formfeeds.

eg

lp:\
 :sd=/var/spool/lpd/lp:\
 :mx#0:\
 :sh:\
 :sf:\
 :lp=/dev/null:\
 :rm=ps_qms:         


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At 10:32 12/06/01 -0400, you wrote:
>When printing from a Windows 98 machine their is always an extra blank
>page printed at the end of every print job. I've been reading the HOWTOs
>and it seems to happen with Windows 95 and 98 only because the
>Postscript is malformed.  But I'm using the windows print driver and
>printing to a raw device on linux.
>
>Is their anyway to fix this???
>
>I'm running rh6.2 with samba2.0.8
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Hello,
I'm doing some testing with Windows XP beta 2 (build 2462) and I have a
Mandrake Linux 8.0 server set up with SAMBA 2.2.0.  I can connect to the
share from Windows NT SP 6a and Windows 98.  When I attempt to connect
to it from Windows XP (I can see the server) it asks for a User name &
password.  No matter how I attempt to log in, it will not let me
connect.  Has anyone else seen this problem?
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Raymond Lutz wrote:
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> I see "unix realname = Yes" as testparm output in Samba 2.2.0 but it is not
> mentioned in the documentation. Does anyone know what it does?

Its so useless that its been removed for 2.2.1, so:
 a) don't worry
 b) It controls wheather samba supplies the client with you real name
(from /etc/passwd) instead of "<real name>"

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Also,
The Windows XP machine and the SAMBA (Linux) machine are in different
domains.
On another Server (SUN Solaris 7) with SAMBA 2.0.7 with both machines
being in the same domain, I can map a drive to the SAMBA shares.

>>> "Dave Peat" <Dave.Peat at THIOKOL.COM> 06/13/01 06:26AM >>>
Hello,
I'm doing some testing with Windows XP beta 2 (build 2462) and I have
a
Mandrake Linux 8.0 server set up with SAMBA 2.2.0.  I can connect to
the
share from Windows NT SP 6a and Windows 98.  When I attempt to connect
to it from Windows XP (I can see the server) it asks for a User name &
password.  No matter how I attempt to log in, it will not let me
connect.  Has anyone else seen this problem?
Thanks,
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Ryan Bek wrote:
> 
> Hello all-
> 
> I've scoured the net & this list to find out information, but have come
> across little.
> Basically, I'm looking for a web front-end for Samba shares, so that folks
> outside of the network can access content in their shares.  Ideally, I'd
> love to see a product that would allow file upload & download, directory
> creation, etc.  I've run across a package called "smb2www", but it seems a
> bit "rough around the edges" and hasn't been updated since 1998 (from what
> I can tell).  Are there folks out there that have either built their own
> web-SMB conduit (through something like PHP or Perl), or does anyone know
> if commercial products exist on the Microsoft end for their NT products
> that might work with Samba shares?  Or, alternatively, what are folks doing
> to allow those off their networks to gain access to Samba shares (other
> than something like VPN)?

I offer SFTP access (OpenSSH) to my clients.  The smb2www is a bit stale
and won't run under 'taint mode' without modification, but I have a
hacked-up version that allows access to one share only and which has a
few minor notions of security attached.  I'll see if I can find it if
you want.

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Yan Seiner wrote:
> 
> Is there a HOW-TO or a doc somewhere for setting up samba + NIS?  I've
> looked in the archives and on the web and couldn't find anything.
> 
> I am considering NIS so that I can have the same users on my three
> servers, so I would need to set up a master and two slaves.  But how do
> I get samba to use NIS for smbpasswd?  Or am I missing something really
> basic?
> 
> I have been working with samba for a few years, but have never worked
> with NIS, so this may be a very stupid question.
> 

Probably better to use secuirty=domain or secuirty=server, and do away
with the need for the smbpasswd file.  I run security=server and NIS
here, and havn't noticed any problems.

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I actually got winbind running, and can see it in my proccess list.  It
turns out (for those of you who were also looking for the same fix) that I
wasn't completely wiping out the old version of samba before installing the
new version.  I did that, reinstalled the new version and now winbind runs.

But I can't log on to the linux box from an NT workstation.  I did a getent
group and got all the correct groups back, but when i'm at an NT station and
trying to get to the linux box from Network Neighborhood it only admits me
as guest or nobody.  Does anyone know why?  I even have invalid users =
nobody in my smb.conf and it still creates a "nobody" direcotry.

THANKS!

----- Original Message -----
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M. Kilroy wrote:

>>Hmm.  I was just wondering whether it was the 2.2 version or the one from
>>HEAD.  2.0.7 isn't going to work very will with winbind.
>>
>
> See this is what I don't understand...  I downloaded HEAD, installed it
with
> the ./configure (with pam), make && make install, but I don't know if it
> should "take over" at that point or what.  Since I already had at least
one
> other version of samba running, I am not sure if there is some uninstall I
> should do before installing a new version.  Maybe I don't even have the
new
> ver of Samba running, which is why winbind isn't even starting?
>
> Any thoughts?
>
> THANKS!
> ~Mary
>

if you're running linux, do

'/proc/<ps>/exe -V'

where ps is the process number of the smbd as reported by ps
to get the version number.

Regards, Simon.

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> --On Tuesday, June 12, 2001 1:31 PM -0300 fmaresca at monssa.com.ar wrote:
> 
> > I got 2 hosts running samba. One is over a RH6.2 and it
> > works fine; the second machine is running samba over Debian
> > Potato and it was installed to replaces the other (old) machine.
> > The problem is that once samba is all configured and runs ok in
> > this new amchine, attempts to login in swat as an non-root user
> > fails.
> > this never was happens in the old machine, and users in the
> > network was able to change their passwd using swat. This problem
> > is relative to samba, swat or debian? Any ideas?
> 
> It's my understanding that ONLY root can run SWAT.  If that *is* true, what 
> was done to Samba on the old machine to change that?
> 
> - john
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I have successfully logged in to swat as a regular user on my 2.2 server.  I 
find that it won't accept the samba password, but rather wants the Unix password 
for authentication.  If your Unix passwords are not synched with your samba 
password, then use the Unix password.  You will be changing the samba password 
once inside the SWAT.

Good luck,

Arnold Andrews

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On 13.06.2001 12:22:11 Stefan Becker wrote:

> Windows' browser lists are maintained by NetBios broadcasts
> that are NOT transported across a routed network.

Okay, thanks.  Do I understand that correctly, that, if I don't care at all
about being able to browse the Network Neighborhood <sp?>, I also do not need a
WINS server?
The servers that I can control are all on one segment.  However, the clients are
all on another segment.  To complicate it further, the clients are all connected
to some hubs.  These hubs are bundled and then connected to a switch.  And again
the connection is bundled and the connection goes to yet another switch:



--------
- CL 1 - --\
--------   |
           |
--------   |
- CL 2 - --+--\
--------   |  |
           |  | /---\  /---\     --------
--------   |  | | S |  | S | /-- - SV A -
- CL 3 - --/  | | W |  | W | |   --------
--------      \-+ I |  | I +-/
                | T +--+ T |
              /-+ C |  | C +-\
--------      | | H |  | H | |   --------
- CL A - -----+ \---/  \---/ \-- - SV B -
--------      |                  --------
              |
--------      |
- CL B - -----/
--------

- In this diagram, the '+' are hubs
- CL 1, CL 2, CL 3, CL A and CL B are Clients
- SV 1 and SV 2 are Servers

( Turn on a font like Courier to 'enjoy' the ASCII art )

As you can  (?) see, that's really a segmented network.  The switches are CISCO
switches.

Now, where should I install a WINS Server?

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> Also,
> The Windows XP machine and the SAMBA (Linux) machine are in different
> domains.
> On another Server (SUN Solaris 7) with SAMBA 2.0.7 with both machines
> being in the same domain, I can map a drive to the SAMBA shares.
> 
> >>> "Dave Peat" <Dave.Peat at THIOKOL.COM> 06/13/01 06:26AM >>>
> Hello,
> I'm doing some testing with Windows XP beta 2 (build 2462) and I have
> a
> Mandrake Linux 8.0 server set up with SAMBA 2.2.0.  I can connect to
> the
> share from Windows NT SP 6a and Windows 98.  When I attempt to connect
> to it from Windows XP (I can see the server) it asks for a User name &
> password.  No matter how I attempt to log in, it will not let me
> connect.  Has anyone else seen this problem?

I think you may have just answered your own question.  Try changing your XP 
machine to be in the same domain.

Just a thought,

Arnold Andrews

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I have upgraded samba to 2.2.0 and as a PDC I now have a problem with
two clients on the network which I cannot access through network
neighborhood. I get "\\machinename is not accessible access denied." If
I map network shares using the \\machinename\sharename it works fine.
One machine is Windows 98 the other is SCO VisionFS, they are the only
two machine of these types.

I'm sure I'm overlooking something simple.

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At 12:59 PM 6/11/2001 -0400, Marion Haines wrote:
>Sorry to keep bothering the List, but I'm still having problems with the 
>Samba/Windows/UNIX password issue.  Using RH Linux 7.0, with Samba 2.0.7, 
>configured as shown below.
>
># Samba config file created using SWAT
># Date: 2001/06/11 12:48:11
>
># Global parameters
>[global]
>workgroup = STGROUP
>netbios name = SMBSVR
>
>encrypt passwords = Yes
>min password length = 6
>smb passwd file = /usr/local/samba/private/smbpasswd
>passwd program = /usr/bin/passwd %u
>passwd chat = *new*password* %n\n *new*password* %n\n *updated*
>password level = 20
>username level = 10
>unix password sync = Yes
>
>socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192
>domain logons = Yes
>os level = 65
>preferred master = Yes
>domain master = Yes
>dns proxy = No
>wins support = Yes
>
>When I add a new user, I provide them an initial password and they login 
>and get to their shares without problem.  They can also Telnet to the 
>Samba server, login to Linux, and use their home directory just fine.  I 
>would then like them to change that initial password to a password of 
>their choosing.  I can't find any reference to the steps that a Windows 
>user must follow to change passwords from the Windows PC.
>
>What I need to know, to help troubleshoot my particular situation, are the 
>exact steps a Win95 user would need to take to have all passwords 
>(Samba/Windows/UNIX) the same (i.e. run program abc, then do xyz at the 
>Samba server, run applet so-and-so in Control Panel, etc, etc).  Assume 
>that Win95 has been patched to use encrypted passwords.
>
>Again, thank you very much for all the help provided so far.
>
>Marion D. Haines
>marion.haines at countygovt.brevard.fl.us
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I'm curious about this issue myself, as I'd like to get folks on my network 
to change passwords on a regular basis.

A couple of quick searches on the MS support database don't turn up a lot, 
except that there is a passwords control panel under windows 9X (at least, 
I only have one 9X box here to look at).

Win 2K has a 'users and passwords' control panel.

Interestingly, I found this link:
http://www.ita.doc.gov/ita_admin/lan_help/how_to_change_your_network_passw.htm

which is someone's internal instructions on password changes under 95. It 
indicates that, at least for Novell Networks, 95 can change passwords via 
the 'other passwords' dialog.

I just poked at my 98 box here and couldn't get that button to be active, 
but I've never tried setting up my Samba server to do password changes, 
either.



Interesting bits from the samba mailing list archive:

http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=samba&m=95325556226928&w=2

That fellow seems to have had luck using the windows password change. I 
just tried that, and it doesn't work for me, but then again, I've not 
fiddled the server to try to get it to work correctly.

Possibly the system has to be setup for windows login or something.

I'd play with that control panel & see what happens in the samba logs.


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Make sure that you have your samba server set to encript passwords. NT Sp6
and higher (including everything based on NT like Win2k and Xp) requires
this setting. Being on seperate domains shouldn't matter as long as your
username and password are the same on both domains.

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Also,
The Windows XP machine and the SAMBA (Linux) machine are in different
domains.
On another Server (SUN Solaris 7) with SAMBA 2.0.7 with both machines
being in the same domain, I can map a drive to the SAMBA shares.

>>> "Dave Peat" <Dave.Peat at THIOKOL.COM> 06/13/01 06:26AM >>>
Hello,
I'm doing some testing with Windows XP beta 2 (build 2462) and I have
a
Mandrake Linux 8.0 server set up with SAMBA 2.2.0.  I can connect to
the
share from Windows NT SP 6a and Windows 98.  When I attempt to connect
to it from Windows XP (I can see the server) it asks for a User name &
password.  No matter how I attempt to log in, it will not let me
connect.  Has anyone else seen this problem?
Thanks,
Dave

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While installing samba-2.2.0-20010417.i386.rpm on redhat 6.2 I got the
following errors:

Installing stack version of /etc/pam.d/samba...
mv: /etc/samba/samba.stack: No such file or directory

Obviously the stack file is missing, I found it in
packaging/RedHat/samba.pamd.stack from the 2.2.0 tarball, and copied it to
/etc/samba/samba.stack, ran the install again and it worked fine.

Then I tried to access swat and got a server error, telnet to port 901
revealed the following problem:

<HTML><HEAD><TITLE>400 Server Error</TITLE></HEAD><BODY><H1>400 Server
Error</H1>chdir failed - the server is not configured
correctly<p></BODY></HTML>
Connection closed by foreign host.

I straced the swat binary and found that it was failing to open
/usr/share/samba/swat, a little looking around revealed that the folder was
infact /usr/share/swat, I created /usr/share/samba/swat and copied the
contents of /usr/share/swat into there and now swat works fine.

These problems dont look all that serious to me, and I've not run into
anything else so far, but I'm sure a newbie to linux would have given up!

Has anybody else found or fixed any problems in
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my fixes to the developers?

Regards
Andrew Lyon
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> ># Samba config file created using SWAT
> ># Date: 2001/06/11 12:48:11
> >
> ># Global parameters
> >[global]
> >workgroup = STGROUP
> >netbios name = SMBSVR
> >
> >encrypt passwords = Yes
> >min password length = 6
> >smb passwd file = /usr/local/samba/private/smbpasswd
> >passwd program = /usr/bin/passwd %u
> >passwd chat = *new*password* %n\n *new*password* %n\n *updated*
> >password level = 20
> >username level = 10
> >unix password sync = Yes
> >
> >socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192
> >domain logons = Yes
> >os level = 65
> >preferred master = Yes
> >domain master = Yes
> >dns proxy = No
> >wins support = Yes
> >
> >When I add a new user, I provide them an initial password and they login 
> >and get to their shares without problem.  They can also Telnet to the 
> >Samba server, login to Linux, and use their home directory just fine.  I 
> >would then like them to change that initial password to a password of 
> >their choosing.  I can't find any reference to the steps that a Windows 
> >user must follow to change passwords from the Windows PC.
> >
> >What I need to know, to help troubleshoot my particular situation, are the 
> >exact steps a Win95 user would need to take to have all passwords 
> >(Samba/Windows/UNIX) the same (i.e. run program abc, then do xyz at the 
> >Samba server, run applet so-and-so in Control Panel, etc, etc).  Assume 
> >that Win95 has been patched to use encrypted passwords.
> >
> >Again, thank you very much for all the help provided so far.
> >
> >Marion D. Haines
> >marion.haines at countygovt.brevard.fl.us
> >Network Administrator
> >Board of County Commissioners
> >Brevard County, Florida
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> I'm curious about this issue myself, as I'd like to get folks on my network 
> to change passwords on a regular basis.
> 
> A couple of quick searches on the MS support database don't turn up a lot, 
> except that there is a passwords control panel under windows 9X (at least, 
> I only have one 9X box here to look at).
> 
> Win 2K has a 'users and passwords' control panel.
> 
> Interestingly, I found this link:
> http://www.ita.doc.gov/ita_admin/lan_help/how_to_change_your_network_passw.htm
> 
> which is someone's internal instructions on password changes under 95. It 
> indicates that, at least for Novell Networks, 95 can change passwords via 
> the 'other passwords' dialog.
> 
> I just poked at my 98 box here and couldn't get that button to be active, 
> but I've never tried setting up my Samba server to do password changes, 
> either.
> 
> 
> 
> Interesting bits from the samba mailing list archive:
> 
> http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=samba&m=95325556226928&w=2
> 
> That fellow seems to have had luck using the windows password change. I 
> just tried that, and it doesn't work for me, but then again, I've not 
> fiddled the server to try to get it to work correctly.
> 
> Possibly the system has to be setup for windows login or something.
> 
> I'd play with that control panel & see what happens in the samba logs.
> 
> 
> Michael Kohne        mhkohne at discordia.org
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To be able to change the password from a 95/98 box, you need to access the 
properties for the "Microsoft networking client" under network neighborhood 
properties and be sure that the check box for "logon to domain" is checked.  
Also be sure to have the correct domain name listed, not only in that form, but 
also in the "workgroup" section of the identification tab.  You will then be 
able to use the "passwords" control panel, to select the "Microsoft networking" 
password.

Good luck,

Arnold Andrews

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I have just set my NT 4.0 SP 6a machine up to dual boot WindowsXP.  From
the NT4 side, I can connect fine, even thought I have different
passwords and different domains.  The userids are the same.
Thanks for the suggestions though...

>>> "Aric C. Wilisch" <AWilisch at Shadowrealms.cc> 06/13/01 08:06AM >>>
Make sure that you have your samba server set to encript passwords. NT
Sp6
and higher (including everything based on NT like Win2k and Xp)
requires
this setting. Being on seperate domains shouldn't matter as long as
your
username and password are the same on both domains.

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Subject: Re: Windows XP connecting to SAMBA 2.2


Also,
The Windows XP machine and the SAMBA (Linux) machine are in different
domains.
On another Server (SUN Solaris 7) with SAMBA 2.0.7 with both machines
being in the same domain, I can map a drive to the SAMBA shares.

>>> "Dave Peat" <Dave.Peat at THIOKOL.COM> 06/13/01 06:26AM >>>
Hello,
I'm doing some testing with Windows XP beta 2 (build 2462) and I have
a
Mandrake Linux 8.0 server set up with SAMBA 2.2.0.  I can connect to
the
share from Windows NT SP 6a and Windows 98.  When I attempt to connect
to it from Windows XP (I can see the server) it asks for a User name &
password.  No matter how I attempt to log in, it will not let me
connect.  Has anyone else seen this problem?
Thanks,
Dave

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Hi,
It doesn't really matter WHERE you put the wins server, as long as ALL of
your clients and Servers have a route to the ipaddress of the wins server.
That's the point ;->  you configure each of your clients and servers to USE
the wins server at whatever ip address it lives at, and when the
clients/servers come up, they go directly to that ip address to register
their netbios names and ip addresses.  And when the clients need to RESOLVE
a netbios name, they ask that same wins server for the ipaddress associated
with that name.  So everybody's consulting the same 'authority'.

Hope this helps,
Don
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On 13.06.2001 12:22:11 Stefan Becker wrote:

> Windows' browser lists are maintained by NetBios broadcasts
> that are NOT transported across a routed network.

Okay, thanks.  Do I understand that correctly, that, if I don't care at all
about being able to browse the Network Neighborhood <sp?>, I also do not
need a
WINS server?
The servers that I can control are all on one segment.  However, the clients
are
all on another segment.  To complicate it further, the clients are all
connected
to some hubs.  These hubs are bundled and then connected to a switch.  And
again
the connection is bundled and the connection goes to yet another switch:



--------
- CL 1 - --\
--------   |
           |
--------   |
- CL 2 - --+--\
--------   |  |
           |  | /---\  /---\     --------
--------   |  | | S |  | S | /-- - SV A -
- CL 3 - --/  | | W |  | W | |   --------
--------      \-+ I |  | I +-/
                | T +--+ T |
              /-+ C |  | C +-\
--------      | | H |  | H | |   --------
- CL A - -----+ \---/  \---/ \-- - SV B -
--------      |                  --------
              |
--------      |
- CL B - -----/
--------

- In this diagram, the '+' are hubs
- CL 1, CL 2, CL 3, CL A and CL B are Clients
- SV 1 and SV 2 are Servers

( Turn on a font like Courier to 'enjoy' the ASCII art )

As you can  (?) see, that's really a segmented network.  The switches are
CISCO
switches.

Now, where should I install a WINS Server?
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Thanks to Jon Gerdes, I was able to resolve the 10000 files issue.  But the
semaphore timeout issue remains.

Basically, I have users on W2K connecting to a Linux Samba box.  They are
mounting their home folders via drive mapping.  What happens is that they log
off at night, come back the next morning, and when they log in, the drive
will no longer map.  The error is that the semaphores have timed out.
Restarting the W2K boxes does not help.  Oddly, if the user goes into network
neighborhood, and selects the Samba box, then works his way through the
shares and folders until he has reached his home folder, he can THEN go and
map the drive with no errors.  Almost as though the computer had to be shown
the way.

I saw the following in the Samba log for one of my users:

[2001/06/13 00:55:35, 0] lib/util_sock.c:write_socket_data(540)
  write_socket_data: write failure. Error = Broken pipe
[2001/06/13 00:55:35, 0] lib/util_sock.c:write_socket(566)
  write_socket: Error writing 4 bytes to socket 6: ERRNO = Broken pipe
[2001/06/13 00:55:35, 0] lib/util_sock.c:send_smb(754)
  Error writing 4 bytes to client. -1. Exiting

This error was being logged approximately every 30 minutes.  As a result of
this error set, I surmised that the Samba box was not aware that the user had
logged off of the network and was trying all night long to reestablish
communication, and that this was causing the timeout.  So last night, I asked
the user to manually reach out and unmap the drive before logging off and
going home.  He did so, and as a result, easily re-mapped the drive this
morning.  However, the log segment above is from last night, AFTER he had
unmapped the drive AND logged off of the network.  So why is Samba trying to
contact this machine all night long?  What is failing to happen here to let
the Samba server know the user is no longer attempting to access the
services?  And what is truly causing these semaphore timeout errors?  Is it
Samba, or is it W2K?

Your help in resolving this issue would be greatly appreciated,

Benny D. Helms
Senior Unix SysAdmin
bhelms at nicusa.com

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Hi,

I've been trying to get samba working with DOMAIN security but I am getting
nowhere, all I want is for user Administrator in domain Engineering to be
able to access //LinuxServer/root which is / on the LinuxServer, I've been
reading the doc's for 2 days and I'm sure ive done most things right, is
there any more howto's or help available?

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At 09:15 AM 6/13/2001 -0500, Arnold Andrews X-324-4292 wrote:
> > ># Samba config file created using SWAT
> > ># Date: 2001/06/11 12:48:11
> > >
> > ># Global parameters
> > >[global]
> > >workgroup = STGROUP
> > >netbios name = SMBSVR
> > >
> > >encrypt passwords = Yes
> > >min password length = 6
> > >smb passwd file = /usr/local/samba/private/smbpasswd
> > >passwd program = /usr/bin/passwd %u
> > >passwd chat = *new*password* %n\n *new*password* %n\n *updated*
> > >password level = 20
> > >username level = 10
> > >unix password sync = Yes
> > >
> > >socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192
> > >domain logons = Yes
> > >os level = 65
> > >preferred master = Yes
> > >domain master = Yes
> > >dns proxy = No
> > >wins support = Yes
> > >
> > >When I add a new user, I provide them an initial password and they login
> > >and get to their shares without problem.  They can also Telnet to the
> > >Samba server, login to Linux, and use their home directory just fine.  I
> > >would then like them to change that initial password to a password of
> > >their choosing.  I can't find any reference to the steps that a Windows
> > >user must follow to change passwords from the Windows PC.
> > >
> > >What I need to know, to help troubleshoot my particular situation, are 
> the
> > >exact steps a Win95 user would need to take to have all passwords
> > >(Samba/Windows/UNIX) the same (i.e. run program abc, then do xyz at the
> > >Samba server, run applet so-and-so in Control Panel, etc, etc).  Assume
> > >that Win95 has been patched to use encrypted passwords.
> > >
> > >Again, thank you very much for all the help provided so far.
> > >
> > >Marion D. Haines
> > >marion.haines at countygovt.brevard.fl.us
> > >Network Administrator
> > >Board of County Commissioners
> > >Brevard County, Florida
> > >
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> > I'm curious about this issue myself, as I'd like to get folks on my 
> network
> > to change passwords on a regular basis.
> >
> > A couple of quick searches on the MS support database don't turn up a lot,
> > except that there is a passwords control panel under windows 9X (at least,
> > I only have one 9X box here to look at).
> >
> > Win 2K has a 'users and passwords' control panel.
> >
> > Interestingly, I found this link:
> > 
> http://www.ita.doc.gov/ita_admin/lan_help/how_to_change_your_network_passw.htm
> >
> > which is someone's internal instructions on password changes under 95. It
> > indicates that, at least for Novell Networks, 95 can change passwords via
> > the 'other passwords' dialog.
> >
> > I just poked at my 98 box here and couldn't get that button to be active,
> > but I've never tried setting up my Samba server to do password changes,
> > either.
> >
> >
> >
> > Interesting bits from the samba mailing list archive:
> >
> > http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=samba&m=95325556226928&w=2
> >
> > That fellow seems to have had luck using the windows password change. I
> > just tried that, and it doesn't work for me, but then again, I've not
> > fiddled the server to try to get it to work correctly.
> >
> > Possibly the system has to be setup for windows login or something.
> >
> > I'd play with that control panel & see what happens in the samba logs.
> >
> >
> > Michael Kohne        mhkohne at discordia.org
> > 3000 lbs of wood, 300 foot per minute - DO NOT get in the way.
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>To be able to change the password from a 95/98 box, you need to access the
>properties for the "Microsoft networking client" under network neighborhood
>properties and be sure that the check box for "logon to domain" is checked.
>Also be sure to have the correct domain name listed, not only in that 
>form, but
>also in the "workgroup" section of the identification tab.  You will then be
>able to use the "passwords" control panel, to select the "Microsoft 
>networking"
>password.
>
>Good luck,
>
>Arnold Andrews

Does that mean that you can only use win 9x to change passwords if you have 
a domain configured? I for one don't have a domain configured (I use a 
workgroup instead) and I don't really want to set one up.

Thanks!



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On Tue, 12 Jun 2001 naughton at domino.danielwoodhead.com wrote:

> Does anyone know a location for 2.2.0 binaries (rpms) for redhat 7.1.  I've
> checked the usual places: rpmfind.net has some rawhide versions without the
> platform specified with some readline depency problems, samba.org has some
> for 7.0 - nothing for 7.1.  Any pointers would be appreciated.  Thanks

I have been told that the rawhide rpms from redhat will work with the readline
packages from rawhide also. Redhat has not released official rpms yet. I
suspect that they will wait for 2.2 to stabilize a littlt b4 doing so.
IOW: there are NO specific 7.1 rpms. The 7.0 rpms should work.

HTH,

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Please l am writing a project on Integration and and
management of Win NT and Unix looking at a package
called 'Samba' which apparently manages common
unix/NT passwords, on the control of users access,
creating of user's account and domains, grouping
users, file security, file permissions, removing
users,
controlling user profiles, monitoring and
troubleshooting.

My major problem is how to approach this project.

Can anyone please help me out.

l have managed to check the samba.org site but it
consist of too much information that l just got lost
as to what to do.

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On Wed, 13 Jun 2001, Vladuta Cristian wrote:

> Thanks Craig,
>
> I am running an NT WINS and an NT DHCP server. How do I point the Samba
> Server to the same Wins? It's related to samba.conf?
> Nevertheless I thought that adding Samba as static mapping to the NT WINS
> would do.

That will do fine as well, but you should still say

 wins support = no
 wins server = 10.0.0.0  #or whatever the IP address of it is

in the smb.conf file.

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I am running Samba 2.2.x
I cannot seem to view the list of users when creating a
shared directory on Win98 when I am also Logging on to
a Win-NT domain (for passwd verification at login).

If I have the Netbios name and workgroup name the same
in the smb.conf, and do not enable 'Logon to Windows NT
domain' on the Win98 box, then I do see the user list.
I cannot logon to the NT domain with the netbios and
workgroup names the same.  If I change the names, re-
configure the WIN98 box, and still do not use NT domains,
I will not see the user list.

What's going on?  I need the user passwd verification at
logon and to see the user list when creating shares.  I
would appreciate some help.  Thanks

-Duke

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A new problem has cropped up with my Samba2.2.0alpha3 installation (i was
waiting for 2.2.1 to upgrade...) on my RedHat 6.2 server.

I am running Samba as the PDC and fileserver for a network of ~7 Win2k Pro
machines.  Everything has been working perfectly for 3 months, until today.

All of a sudden, it is taking some files an extremely long time to open (up
to 3 mintues), and these are not particularly large files.  When the users
try to copy the files off of the file server an on to their local hard
drives, they get 1 of the following errors (the error switches between
these 2):  "Cannot copy <filename>: Error performing inpage operation"  or
"Cannot copy <filename>: The specified network name is no longer
available", and then the copy dies.

Like I said, we've been running *perfectly* for 3 months now, and I won't
have a chance to upgrade to the latest CVS until the weekend, so I'm hoping
there is another answer.

I have checked the logs, and they don't say anything particularly useful
that I can tell, but I'll email anybody a log who would like to take a look
(don't want to suck bandwidth).  I have restarted Samba, the server, and
the win2k machines many times, and we're still having the problem.

Here's the Global section of my smb.conf:

[global]
workgroup = PICOSCRIPT
server string = Picoscript Samba Server
security = user
status = yes
encrypt passwords = yes
smb passwd file = /usr/local/samba/private/smbpasswd
domain logons = yes
add user script = /usr/bin/adduser -n -g machines -c Machine -d /dev/null
-s /bin/false %m$logon script = scripts\%U.bat
domain admin group = @wadmin
domain admin users = administrator root smccomas
wins support = yes
guest account = ftp
share modes = no
os level = 65
min password length = 4
lock directory = /usr/local/samba/var/locks
log level = 3


Any help is *greatly* appreciated!!!!!!!

Stacey


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Andrew:

My setup is like this:


                 +----- office 1
Main server ----+----- office 2
                 +----- office 3

Changes made to files at any of these locations are propagated back to 
the main server every night.  The remote offices use vpn over dial-up, 
so real-time authentication back to the main is not practical.

The way I understand NIS, the maps are pushed on demand from the main 
server, which is what I want.

Each office is set up as a stand-alone samba server.  The only time the 
main server is accessed is for a new DNS query (the remotes use caching 
only name servers) and for time sync.

I want to make sure that users are synchronized and that they have the 
same UID/GID on all servers.

My clients are win98/winME boxes.

I'm not sure how security=server would help me in this setup.

Thanks.

--Yan

Andrew Bartlett wrote:

> Yan Seiner wrote:
> 
>>Is there a HOW-TO or a doc somewhere for setting up samba + NIS?  I've
>>looked in the archives and on the web and couldn't find anything.
>>
>>I am considering NIS so that I can have the same users on my three
>>servers, so I would need to set up a master and two slaves.  But how do
>>I get samba to use NIS for smbpasswd?  Or am I missing something really
>>basic?
>>
>>I have been working with samba for a few years, but have never worked
>>with NIS, so this may be a very stupid question.
>>
>>
> 
> Probably better to use secuirty=domain or secuirty=server, and do away
> with the need for the smbpasswd file.  I run security=server and NIS
> here, and havn't noticed any problems.
> 
> Andrew Bartlett
> 
> 

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The best approach would be to make a Linux box, instrall Samba, and 
actually USE it.  Also, as part of a Samba install an HTML version of the 
O'Reilly book is installed.  I _thought_ it was on the Samba site, but I 
cannot find it.

If you have the money, buy a book.  There are three excellent ones listed 
under the "documentation" link on the Samba site that were written by 
memebers of the Samba team (I have Richard Sharpe & Tim Potter's excellet 
QUE book, and recommend it, though I am sure that any of the three listed 
are great).  There are others listed under the "books" link, same page as 
the "documentation" link.

Samba can satisfy most user's requirements of an NT server, thus making it 
so you don't even HAVE to have a Windows server to have a windows network. 
Samba can also be set up to act as a member server in a Windows domain, 
authenticating against the PDC & BDC NT servers.

Without knowing more exact information about your project, it's kind of 
difficult to guide you in any better direction.  This should be enough 
information to set you in the right track.

There is also a white paper on the Microsoft site, that details Windows NT 
& Unix interoperability; sorry I don't have the link, I just recall its' 
existance, because I happened across the printout I made of it!  That 
_might_ be of some use to you, too.

Good luck with it!

- john

--On Wednesday, June 13, 2001 5:00 PM +0100 olukemi sobowale 
<sobowao2000 at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:

> Please l am writing a project on Integration and and
> management of Win NT and Unix looking at a package
> called 'Samba' which apparently manages common
> unix/NT passwords, on the control of users access,
> creating of user's account and domains, grouping
> users, file security, file permissions, removing
> users,
> controlling user profiles, monitoring and
> troubleshooting.
>
> My major problem is how to approach this project.
>
> Can anyone please help me out.
>
> l have managed to check the samba.org site but it
> consist of too much information that l just got lost
> as to what to do.

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Also, try the latest CVS or wait for 2.2.1....

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Hi,

sorry, I know there are many questions regarding problems with
the encryption, so here is another one.

I want to set up a print and file server running samba 2.0.9 on
suse 7.1 (should not matter), without password encryption. The
problem is, the clients (NT4 and W2k) require to connect to
the server once before printing is possible (i.e., "search
computer", double-click on the name, and just hit enter when
prompted for username/password).
So, there is no username and valid password necessary to access
the shares, the NT clients just seem not to realize this.

As soon as I enable the encrypted passwords on the server, this
works (but with other problems accessing the restricted shares,
of course).

Does anyone know what I could do about this?
I really did not find anything about this problem despite checking
for the correct setting of the password encryption on the client
side, but this is OK, as I can see when accessing the "normal"
(user-related and password-protected) shares.

Any help is highly appreciated!

Thanks,
Wolfgang

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Hi,

I am trying to see all my printers onto the network
via the "smbclient -NL" client. I did the most simple
"smb.conf" file that I can do to see all my printers
but I don't see them. Here is my "smb.conf"
parameters:

[global]

...
...
printcap name = /etc/printcap
printing = bsd
...
...

[printers]
print ok = yes
path = /var/spool/samba
browseable = NO
load printers = yes

I am using samba on an SGI IRIX 6.5 box. All my share
files are OK. I can browse it with smbclient and
"network neighborhood" of windows. When I do a
"smbclient -NL my_server", in the "TYPE" section, I
have no printer, only "Disk" and "IPC" type. My
/etc/printcap file is ok since we use it with the
command line "lpr -Pprinter_name file_name". Can
somebody help me?

Thanks

Eric

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Hi all,

In the most recent issue of SysAdmin Magazine,
July 2001, there is an article about a network
recycle bin.  It looks interesting and there are times
I've wished I had one.  It's based on the samba 2.0.7
code and I don't know if it will work with the 2.2 code.

Regards.

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Do you have a url for the project?







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Hi all,

In the most recent issue of SysAdmin Magazine,
July 2001, there is an article about a network
recycle bin.  It looks interesting and there are times
I've wished I had one.  It's based on the samba 2.0.7
code and I don't know if it will work with the 2.2 code.

Regards.

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I'm pretty ignorant when it comes to networking, but mine seems to be 
working even though I'm on a different subnet from the Samba server.  
When you say that "It just enables your samba box to "see" or find all 
boxes that are known to your dns server."  Shouldn't that be the 
reverse ... It allows the clients to see a Samba server that is 
known to the DNS server???
Am I totally off base with this, or are we going to need to populate our 
DNS servers with every client's info??

TIA
Kyle
 
Ed Wrote:
> 
> They do ... but that will not solve your prob if the workstations are in
> different subnets ;(.
> It just enables your samba box to "see" or find all boxes that are known to
> your dns server.
> 
> Greets
> Ed
> 
> Kyle Freestone wrote:
> > 
> > Does any version of Samba support DNS name resolution instead of WINS.  The
> > reason I'm wondering is, our Network people are wanting to eliminate all of 
our
> > WINS servers, and go strictly to DNS.  I have been running a Solaris7 server 
w/
> > Samba 2.0.0 using the existing NT WINS servers for quite a while with only a 
few
> > problems.
> > I think I have DNS resolution working on a test machine ... I think.  I'm 
just
> > concerned that I'm going to have a bunch of end-users go belly-up when they
> > powerdown the WINS servers.
> > Any comments or suggestions???
> > 
> > Kyle Freestone
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> public class WhoDidIt{ // A comment. I love comments 
>   private static Person sender;
> 
>   public static void main (String[] foo){
>       sender = new Student();
> 
>       sender.setName({"Edgar", "Soldin"});
>       sender.setCourse("Computerscience for media and art");
> 
>       Adress address=new Adress();
>       address.setStreet("Friedrichstr. 57-59 Wh 4.511");
>       address.setZip(38855);
>       address.setCity("Wernigerode");
>       adress.setCountry("Germany");
> 
>       sender.setAdress(address);
>       sender.setMobilePhone("+49171-2782880");
>       sender.setWebSiteUrl(" http://www.soldin.de ");
>       sender.setEmail(" edgar at soldin.de ");
>       sender.setGender(true);
> 
>       System.out.println(sender.toString());
>   }
> }

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--On Wednesday, June 13, 2001 8:23 AM -0500 Arnold Andrews X-324-4292 
<aandrews at eng.okla.seagate.com> wrote:

>> It's my understanding that ONLY root can run SWAT.  If that *is* true,
>> what  was done to Samba on the old machine to change that?
>>
>> - john
>
> I have successfully logged in to swat as a regular user on my 2.2 server.
> I  find that it won't accept the samba password, but rather wants the
> Unix password  for authentication.  If your Unix passwords are not
> synched with your samba  password, then use the Unix password.  You will
> be changing the samba password  once inside the SWAT.
>
> Good luck,
>
> Arnold Andrews

Wow!  That worked for me, on my 2.0.8 machine!  I did not know I could do 
that.  Thanks!

- john

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Sorry, I forgot to bring the issue in today.  I'll
get you the URL tomorrow.  The url for the
magazine is www.sysadminmag.com but they
don't have that article online, they only list the
article in the TOC.

At 12:43 PM 6/13/2001 -0500, you wrote:


>Do you have a url for the project?
>
>
>
>
>
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>Kourosh Ghassemieh <kourosh at loop.com> on 06/13/2001 12:41:19 PM
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	You need to enable encrypted passwords in smb.conf (encrypt
passwords=yes) and add all your users to the smbpasswd database. You might
want to enable wins support on your samba machine. If you want your samba
server to act as a PDC, then I suggest setting " os level=65 ".


Alex Iruc
Network Administrator
Romania, IASI
 

On Wed, 13 Jun 2001, Duke Windsor wrote:

> I am running Samba 2.2.x
> I cannot seem to view the list of users when creating a
> shared directory on Win98 when I am also Logging on to
> a Win-NT domain (for passwd verification at login).
> 
> If I have the Netbios name and workgroup name the same
> in the smb.conf, and do not enable 'Logon to Windows NT
> domain' on the Win98 box, then I do see the user list.
> I cannot logon to the NT domain with the netbios and
> workgroup names the same.  If I change the names, re-
> configure the WIN98 box, and still do not use NT domains,
> I will not see the user list.
> 
> What's going on?  I need the user passwd verification at
> logon and to see the user list when creating shares.  I
> would appreciate some help.  Thanks
> 
> -Duke
> 
> 

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So sprach MCCALL,DON (HP-USA,ex1) am Wed, Jun 13, 2001 at 07:31:56AM -0700:
> Hi,
> It doesn't really matter WHERE you put the wins server, as long as ALL of
> your clients and Servers have a route to the ipaddress of the wins server.
> That's the point ;->  you configure each of your clients and servers to USE
> the wins server at whatever ip address it lives at, and when the
> clients/servers come up, they go directly to that ip address to register
> their netbios names and ip addresses.  And when the clients need to RESOLVE
> a netbios name, they ask that same wins server for the ipaddress associated
> with that name.  So everybody's consulting the same 'authority'.

Ah, this clears up some of my confusion!  Thanks a lot!

But one more thing that I'm missing - in NT 4.0 and 98 I can connect to
\\123.123.123.123\ShareName - ie. I connect to the IP address of the server.
Will I still need a WINS server in this case?  And what about encrypted
passwords?  My Samba server (and I suppose also the NT 4.0 SP 4+ servers)
use encrypted passwords.  Is Windows 95 able to encrypt passwords?  (No,
it's not)  What update do I need to install on Windows 95, 95b and 95c to
enable encrypted passwords?

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It is possible to use the 2.2 series with W2K as long as no
service packs are applied.  It's only the service packs that
introduces the bugs.  I've successfully used 2.2 with W2K
without the service packs installed.

Regards.

At 10:35 AM 6/13/2001 -0700, you wrote:
>Hello,
>
>A follow up to this email, and to one previous one regarding Samba 2.2  Do
>not use the current Samba 2.2.0 for Win2k.  Microsoft introduced two new
>tweaks in service pack 2 that broke Samba.  Samba 2.2.1 should fix the
>problems which are:
>
>1.  In the login, a remote procedure call that expects an NT error
>message, which if not received, prevents the login
>
>2.  Re-authentication of the protocol in the middle of large file writes,
>specifically to increase the file transfer block size from 4k to
>64k.
>
>These are both Microsoft introduced "bugs" and are being implemented in
>Samba 2.2.1.
>
>
>Regards,
>Scott Pfalzgraf
>TurboLinux
>Manager, Sales Engineers
>scott at turbolinux.com
>T 650-228-5054


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So sprach Alexander 'Digital Projects' Skwar am Wed, Jun 13, 2001 at
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> Will I still need a WINS server in this case?  And what about encrypted

IOW: Will I need a WINS server so that Windows 95 clients can connect.  NT
4.0 and 98 work fine with only the IP address.  This wasn't clear, I think.

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Hallo Wolfgang;
I could be wrong ,but the way I understand it, is winNT and win2k  (and
winME, I believe), if they are set to EnablePlainTextPassword in the
registry, will first attempt to negotiate protocol WITH encryption required;
It does this several times, and then finally will negotiate protocol with
plaintext passwords, but as an 'added' security measure, before it will
actually do the plaintext negotiation, and  embed the plaintext password in
the sessionSetup&X packet, it forces you to enter something explicit for the
username and password (even if it is blank), sort of a "do you really want
to do this" kind of thing.  If you actually type net use f:
\\servername\sharename    it will come back and tell you that "The password
is invalid for \\servername\sharename".  But it hasn't even sent a
sessionsetup&x with the username/password pair to the server at that point.
It's just WinNT/Win2k using an already existing message for another
purpose...

Unfortunately, this is by design from Microsoft, and I have never been able
to find a way around it.  Maybe someone
else on the list may be able to offer a clue.

If you just want your users to be able to print without being bothered about
making a connection, you could add the following line to their logon script
where sharename is some share on the samba server that allows guest access:

   net use \\sambaserver\\sambashare "" /user:""

That will establish a connection with the server, so your printing will
work.  It's ugly, but it might help you out...

Don



-----Original Message-----
From: Wolfgang Wegner [mailto:wolfgang at leila.ping.de]
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Subject: Half encryption? :-)


Hi,

sorry, I know there are many questions regarding problems with
the encryption, so here is another one.

I want to set up a print and file server running samba 2.0.9 on
suse 7.1 (should not matter), without password encryption. The
problem is, the clients (NT4 and W2k) require to connect to
the server once before printing is possible (i.e., "search
computer", double-click on the name, and just hit enter when
prompted for username/password).
So, there is no username and valid password necessary to access
the shares, the NT clients just seem not to realize this.

As soon as I enable the encrypted passwords on the server, this
works (but with other problems accessing the restricted shares,
of course).

Does anyone know what I could do about this?
I really did not find anything about this problem despite checking
for the correct setting of the password encryption on the client
side, but this is OK, as I can see when accessing the "normal"
(user-related and password-protected) shares.

Any help is highly appreciated!

Thanks,
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Just read the article, myself.  Patches and files are available at:
ftp://ftp.amherst.edu/pub/samba/

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Thanks to everyone for the help so far!

I have winbind running on my RHL7.1 system now.  It returns all the groups
from the PDC and sees all the users.  Why then do I get prompted for a
password/username when I try to log in to the Linux server from an NT machine?
It is still only letting me in as a guest or nobody.  How can I stop it from
letting me in as a guest and make me authenticate the NT username i'm logged
in as on my NT box via the PDC?

Any ideas on this?

THANKS!

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Hello Alexander,
Wie gehts dir Heute?
I could be wrong, but if all the clients that you are using can use the
\\ipaddress\sharename syntax (win95 can't,
for instance), OR you have a dns server and you pc clients netbios names are
the same as the hostname being registered
with the dns server, and you all agree to resolve via dns, then you wouldn't
need a wins server.
And again I could be wrong, but I believe Win95 CAN send encrypted
passwords, even at it's initial release. The problem
was NOT that win95b sr1?? or win98 and NT with sp3 and above couldn't do
encrypted passwords, it was that UNTIL those
releases, if it tried to talk to a server that did NOT allow encrypted
passwords, it would send plaintext passwords.
After the above releases the default behavior of the clients was to refuse
to negotiate a connection with a server
that could NOT handle encrypted passwords.  Thus the need for a registry
change to ENABLE plaintext passwords.

But if you are setting up your samba server with encrypt passwords=yes, then
it will handle clients that send
encrypted passwords AND clients that send plaintext passwords.
Hope this helps,

Tschuss,
Don

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Subject: Re: Windows 95 clients cannot connect (Wins Server)


So sprach MCCALL,DON (HP-USA,ex1) am Wed, Jun 13, 2001 at 07:31:56AM -0700:
> Hi,
> It doesn't really matter WHERE you put the wins server, as long as ALL of
> your clients and Servers have a route to the ipaddress of the wins server.
> That's the point ;->  you configure each of your clients and servers to
USE
> the wins server at whatever ip address it lives at, and when the
> clients/servers come up, they go directly to that ip address to register
> their netbios names and ip addresses.  And when the clients need to
RESOLVE
> a netbios name, they ask that same wins server for the ipaddress
associated
> with that name.  So everybody's consulting the same 'authority'.

Ah, this clears up some of my confusion!  Thanks a lot!

But one more thing that I'm missing - in NT 4.0 and 98 I can connect to
\\123.123.123.123\ShareName - ie. I connect to the IP address of the server.

Will I still need a WINS server in this case?  And what about encrypted
passwords?  My Samba server (and I suppose also the NT 4.0 SP 4+ servers)
use encrypted passwords.  Is Windows 95 able to encrypt passwords?  (No,
it's not)  What update do I need to install on Windows 95, 95b and 95c to
enable encrypted passwords?

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The latest winbind man says to do:

samedit -S '*' -W DOMAIN -UAdministrator
then,
createuser MACHINE$ -j DOMAIN -L

but when I try to run either I get errors because I do not have samedit or
createuser on my linux box for some reason.  So instead I used "smbpasswd -j
DOMAIN -r PDC" after creating an account for the linux box in the domain on my
PDC.  Does this cause any problems with winbind or authentication??

Thanks!
~Mary

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Well, there you are =)

If somebody tries it please drop the list a line
and tell us how it works.

At 01:13 PM 6/13/2001 -0500, you wrote:
>Just read the article, myself.  Patches and files are available at:
>ftp://ftp.amherst.edu/pub/samba/
>
>Bruce
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So sprach MCCALL,DON (HP-USA,ex1) am Wed, Jun 13, 2001 at 02:20:32PM -0400:
> Hello Alexander,
> Wie gehts dir Heute?

Danke, etwas m|de :)

> I could be wrong, but if all the clients that you are using can use the
> \\ipaddress\sharename syntax (win95 can't,

Ah!  Win95 can't?  *EXCELLENT* tip!  This would explain quite well why I'm
having these kinda problems.

> for instance), OR you have a dns server and you pc clients netbios names
are
> the same as the hostname being registered
> with the dns server, and you all agree to resolve via dns, then you
wouldn't
> need a wins server.

No, that's not what I'm having.   Can I enter adresses for WINS servers if
I'm using DHCP?  If not, would it help if I'd create a lmhosts file in
C:\Windows?  Suppose I have two servers - the 1st being a Samba server, the
2nd a NT 4.0 server:

IP	DNS name/host name	Netbios name
4711	fp.delphi		jt
0815	atlas.delphi		de-42119-w01

Would it help, if I'd create a lmhosts file like this:

4711	fp.delphi	jt
0815	atlas.delphi	de-42119-w01

Or would I still need to setup a WINS server?  Suppose I'd take the Samba
server to be my WINS server, what would I have to do?  Other than setting
these in the global section:

wins support = yes
wins proxy = yes

What other precautions do I need to make?  Would I need to create the
aforementioned lmhosts file on my Samba server in /etc, and that's it?
Would 95 clients than be able to connect to \\jt\ShareName?

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Sorry all,

This went to the wrong list =P

At 11:01 AM 6/13/2001 -0700, you wrote:
>It is possible to use the 2.2 series with W2K as long as no
>service packs are applied.  It's only the service packs that
>introduces the bugs.  I've successfully used 2.2 with W2K
>without the service packs installed.
>
>Regards.
>
>At 10:35 AM 6/13/2001 -0700, you wrote:
>>Hello,
>>
>>A follow up to this email, and to one previous one regarding Samba 2.2  Do
>>not use the current Samba 2.2.0 for Win2k.  Microsoft introduced two new
>>tweaks in service pack 2 that broke Samba.  Samba 2.2.1 should fix the
>>problems which are:
>>
>>1.  In the login, a remote procedure call that expects an NT error
>>message, which if not received, prevents the login
>>
>>2.  Re-authentication of the protocol in the middle of large file writes,
>>specifically to increase the file transfer block size from 4k to
>>64k.
>>
>>These are both Microsoft introduced "bugs" and are being implemented in
>>Samba 2.2.1.
>>
>>
>>Regards,
>>Scott Pfalzgraf
>>TurboLinux
>>Manager, Sales Engineers
>>scott at turbolinux.com
>>T 650-228-5054
>
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Greetings.

As usual I never see an answer to what my error is or what might fix it. We
have a samba 2.0.9 (was 2.0.7 and had the exact problem) on FreeBSD 4.3. We
get nonstop errors of the type below for every Win2k  cleint workstation on
the network.

[2001/06/13 12:52:38, 1] smbd/service.c:make_connection(550)
  theise (10.10.2.29) connect to service corporate development as user
theise (uid=1051, gid=4000) (pid 231
32)
[2001/06/13 12:52:38, 1] smbd/service.c:make_connection(550)
  theise (10.10.2.29) connect to service theise as user theise (uid=1051,
gid=4000) (pid 23133)
[2001/06/13 12:59:40, 0] lib/util_sock.c:write_socket_data(540)
  write_socket_data: write failure. Error = Broken pipe
[2001/06/13 12:59:41, 0] lib/util_sock.c:write_socket_data(540)
  write_socket_data: write failure. Error = Broken pipe
[2001/06/13 13:05:40, 0] lib/util_sock.c:write_socket_data(540)
  write_socket_data: write failure. Error = Broken pipe
[2001/06/13 13:05:41, 0] lib/util_sock.c:write_socket_data(540)
  write_socket_data: write failure. Error = Broken pipe
[2001/06/13 13:11:40, 0] lib/util_sock.c:write_socket_data(540)
  write_socket_data: write failure. Error = Broken pipe
[2001/06/13 13:11:41, 0] lib/util_sock.c:write_socket_data(540)
  write_socket_data: write failure. Error = Broken pipe
[2001/06/13 13:17:40, 0] lib/util_sock.c:write_socket_data(540)
  write_socket_data: write failure. Error = Broken pipe
[2001/06/13 13:17:41, 0] lib/util_sock.c:write_socket_data(540)
  write_socket_data: write failure. Error = Broken pipe
[2001/06/13 13:23:41, 0] lib/util_sock.c:write_socket_data(540)
  write_socket_data: write failure. Error = Broken pipe
[2001/06/13 13:23:41, 0] lib/util_sock.c:write_socket_data(540)
  write_socket_data: write failure. Error = Broken pipe

Here is the global part of the smb.conf:

======
[global]

   workgroup = ad
   server string = FreeBSD is Superior
   netbios name = fs02
   netbios aliases = fs01
   security = server
   password server = dc01
   encrypt passwords = yes

  load printers = no
  guest account = pcguest

   log file = /var/log/samba/%m_smb.log
   max log size = 500

   socket options = TCP_NODELAY

   domain logons = no
   dns proxy = no

[home$]
   comment = root of user home directories
   path = /ext-raid/home
   browseable = yes
   write list = @nta
====

So what is this error 540 and how do I make it go away?

KEN

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I was just looking at the same article and it says that the patches can be downloaded from:

   ftp://ftp.amherst.edu/pub/samba

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Sorry, I forgot to bring the issue in today.  I'll
get you the URL tomorrow.  The url for the
magazine is www.sysadminmag.com but they
don't have that article online, they only list the
article in the TOC.

At 12:43 PM 6/13/2001 -0500, you wrote:


>Do you have a url for the project?
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Hello, we are having trouble getting Samba to work.  I read the Diagnosis
file but it assumes we got past the first step, the configuration.  When I
run the ./configuration it fails and aborts when it tries to display the
summary.  I've scrutinized the config.log and narrowed it down to a C
library file "types.h" that it receives all the errors from.  I am assuming
its a version-compatibility mis-match.  We are running Mipspro C compiler
version 7.3 on an IRIX 6.5.3 machine.  Do we need to upgrade/downgrade or
does the problem lie somewhere else?

Travis Mucklow
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Well, it does have a 2.2.0 directory so I'm assuming that's what to use for the
2.2 branch.

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Well, there you are =)

If somebody tries it please drop the list a line
and tell us how it works.

At 01:13 PM 6/13/2001 -0500, you wrote:
>Just read the article, myself.  Patches and files are available at:
>ftp://ftp.amherst.edu/pub/samba/
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>Bruce
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> > get you the URL tomorrow.  The url for the
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Alexander said:

No, that's not what I'm having.   Can I enter adresses for WINS servers if
I'm using DHCP?  If not, would it help if I'd create a lmhosts file in
C:\Windows?  Suppose I have two servers - the 1st being a Samba server, the
2nd a NT 4.0 server:

IP	DNS name/host name	Netbios name
4711	fp.delphi		jt
0815	atlas.delphi		de-42119-w01

Would it help, if I'd create a lmhosts file like this:

4711	fp.delphi	jt
0815	atlas.delphi	de-42119-w01

^^^^^^^^^^nope, lmhosts file is expecting a particular format; netbiosname
ipaddress ....

Or would I still need to setup a WINS server?  Suppose I'd take the Samba
server to be my WINS server, what would I have to do?  Other than setting
these in the global section:

wins support = yes
wins proxy = yes

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^that should do it; then you would need to set each of your
clients
to use the ipaddress of your samba server as its primary wins server, so
they would
go to it to resolve netbios names.

What other precautions do I need to make?  Would I need to create the
aforementioned lmhosts file on my Samba server in /etc, and that's it?
Would 95 clients than be able to connect to \\jt\ShareName?

^^^yep - basically all of your clients need some way to resolve the name
'jt'
(and de-42119-w01 for that matter) to their respective ip addresses.  You
can either
add the name and ipaddress in the lmhosts file on each of your clients, and
enable lmhosts lookup,
or you can make your samba server a wins server (as mentioned above) and set
each client to
use it as their primary wins server,
or you could register your netbios names in dns and have all of your clients
use dns for their
name lookup.
OR - if your clients are on the same wire/subnet as the server, they will be
able to resolve the
netbios name to an ipaddress via microsofts default netbios broadcast
service (nns - netbios name service)...

Best choose one and stick to it...

Ich hoffe es ist helflich...
(forgive my poor german...)
Don

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So sprach MCCALL,DON (HP-USA,ex1) am Wed, Jun 13, 2001 at 03:16:13PM -0400:
>
> 4711	fp.delphi	jt
> 0815	atlas.delphi	de-42119-w01
>
> ^^^^^^^^^^nope, lmhosts file is expecting a particular format; netbiosname
> ipaddress ....

Okay, so would this be correct?

jt		4711
de-42119-w01	0815

(4711 and 0815 being the ip adresses)

> ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^that should do it; then you would need to set each of your
> clients
> to use the ipaddress of your samba server as its primary wins server, so
> they would
> go to it to resolve netbios names.

Okay, but can I do this if I run DHCP on the clients and cannot modify the
information sent out via DHCP?

> ^^^yep - basically all of your clients need some way to resolve the name
> 'jt'
> (and de-42119-w01 for that matter) to their respective ip addresses.  You
> can either
> add the name and ipaddress in the lmhosts file on each of your clients, and
> enable lmhosts lookup,
> or you can make your samba server a wins server (as mentioned above) and
set
> each client to
> use it as their primary wins server,
> or you could register your netbios names in dns and have all of your
clients
> use dns for their
> name lookup.
> OR - if your clients are on the same wire/subnet as the server, they will
be
> able to resolve the
> netbios name to an ipaddress via microsofts default netbios broadcast
> service (nns - netbios name service)...

Okay, since I cannot modify the DNS and since the clients are not on the
same subnets as my servers and since I do not really want to modify/add a
lmhosts on each and every client, WINS seems to be the best option for me.

The WINS server does not need to be on the same subnet as the client,
correct? (Ah, yes, earlier on someone already mentioned that they do not
need to be)

On the clients, I then would have them connect to \\jt, correct?  Now, since
they do not know the IP adress of jt, they connect to my WINS server
(Samba).  Samba then does a lookup in the systems lmhosts and returns the IP
4711.  Now the client connects to 4711.  Is that how it works (basically)?

> Ich hoffe es ist helflich...

*SEHR* hilfreich!  VIELEN, VIELEN Dank!

> (forgive my poor german...)

No, unless you forgive my poor Englisch :)

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Thanks Tom,

There were some new readline packages created to address some of the
depedency problems in the 2.2.0 RH71 rpms available from rawhide.  Someone
at RedHat was nice enough to redo them to correct the problem.  They were
"ftprsync'd" to the various mirrors.  I haven't tracked them down yet, but
allegedly there are RH71 rpms available to 2.2.0 that don't have
installation (dependency) problems.

Dan Naughton

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Hi listers!

 I'm switching from 2.0.7 to 2.2.0 (RPM, samba-2.2.0-20010417, on 
 a RH 6.2), and encountered a problem with user profiles.

My linux users belong to a base "users" group, and some of them 
have "uagb" and/or "udc" as secondary groups.
This is intended to put up a three-level security on the SMB shared 
filesystem, i. e. on certain reserved directories "users"can do 
nothing, "uagb" can read only and udc can do rw.

The admin group (see enclosed smb.conf) is also the domain 
admin group.

login script and [profile] are inplemented as specified in samba 
docs and in the infamous :) "Guide to Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 
Profiles and Policies".

The problem is that top-level users work nicely, whereas "uagb" 
(2nd level)  and "users" (the poos guys)  have registry write 
problems on NT4 SP6a workstations.

Anyone can tell me where I screwed up my config?

TIA

----- begins smb.conf   -----
# /etc/smb.conf
# dgp 19/08/2000
# version 3.0
# changed 31/03/2001
#
# changelog
; 30/08/2000: 2.02 - printer support is now handled by a NetPort 10 
(//PS-ROSSO/LASER, //PS-ROSSO/COLOR)
; 31/03/2001: 3.00 - revised whole config, changed profile handling
;
;*******************section global*****************
[global]
case sensitive = no
character set = ISO8859-1
client code page = 850
create mask = 0664
dead time = 0
debug level = 0
default case = lower
delete readonly = yes
directory mask = 0770
dns proxy = no
domain admin group = @udc
domain admin users = prea
;domain group map = /etc/samba/groups.map ;deprecated 
domain groups = @users @uagb @udc
domain logons = yes
domain master = yes
dos filetimes = yes
encrypt passwords = yes
follow symlinks = yes
fstype = Samba
hide dot files = yes
invalid users = root bin daemon adm sync shutdown halt mail news 
uucp operator gopher
kernel oplocks = yes
load printers = no
local master = yes
lock directory = /var/lock/samba
log file = /var/log/samba/log.%m
logon drive = G:
logon home = \\%L\%U
logon path = \\%L\profile\%U
logon script = scripts\default.bat
mangle case = yes
mangled names = no
map to guest = never
max log size = 50  # kb
netbios name = MALAUSSENE
nt acl support = yes
null passwords = no
os level = 64
passwd chat = *New*UNIX*password* %n\n 
*ReType*new*UNIX*password* %n\n 
*passwd:*all*authentication*tokens*updated*successfully*
passwd program = /usr/bin/passwd %u
password level = 8
preferred master = yes
preserve case = yes
printcap name = /etc/printcap
security = user
server string = UAGB Workgroup server (Samba %v)
short preserve case = yes
smb passwd file = /etc/samba/smbpasswd
socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 
SO_SNDBUF=8192
status = yes
time server = yes
unix password sync = yes
unix realname = yes
username level = 8
username map = /etc/samba/users.map
wide links = yes
wins support = no
workgroup = UAGB

;*******************section homes*****************
[homes]
browseable = no
comment = %U home directory
public = no
writable = yes

;*******************section netlogon*****************
[netlogon]
comment = Domain Logon Service (Samba %v)
path = /usr/local/samba/netlogon
public = no
writeable = no
write list = @ntadmin

;*******************section profile*****************
[profile]
comment = User profile directory on %L (Samba %v)
path = /home/profile
create mask = 0600
directory mask = 0700
writeable = yes
browsable = no
; try it
map hidden = yes
map system = yes

;*******************section printers*****************
[printers]
browseable = no
comment = Printers on %L
path = /var/spool/samba
printable = yes
public = no
writable = no

;*******************section SCAMBIO*****************
[SCAMBIO]
browseable = yes
comment = UAGB shared directory
only user = no
path = /home/share
public = no
valid users = @users, @udc
writable = yes
write list = @users, @udc

[TEST]
browseable = yes
comment = test share
only user = no
path = /home/test
public = no
valid users = @users, @udc
writeable = yes
write list = @users, @udc

;*******************section UDC*****************
[UDC]
comment = UAGB hacks directory
browseable = yes
path = /usr/UDC
public = no
guest only = no
writable = yes
valid users = @users, @udc
only user = no
write list = @udc

;*******************section IMG*****************
[IMG]
comment = UAGB pictures directory
browseable = yes
path = /usr/img
public = no
guest only = no
writable = yes
valid users = @users, @udc
only user = no
write list = @users

;*******************section CD*****************
[ARCHIVIO]
comment = UAGB archive directory
browseable = yes
path = /share
public = no
guest only = no
writable = yes
valid users = @users, @udc
only user = no
write list = martinol, prea, simona, badiello

;*******************section GIS*****************
[GIS]
comment = GIS data
browseable = yes
path = /home/gis
public = no
guest only = no
writable = yes
valid users = @users, @udc
only user = no
write list = @users, @udc

;*******************section DBSF*****************
[DBSF]
comment = Proxy to DBSF0 server 
browseable = yes
path = /mnt/netware
public = yes
guest only = no
writable = yes
valid users = @users, @udc
only user = no
write list = @users, @udc

;*******************section FTP*****************
[FTP]
comment = FTP public directory on %h
browseable = yes
path = /home/ftp
public = no
guest only = no
writable = yes
valid users = @users, @udc
only user = no
write list = @udc
admin users = prea, badiello

;*******************section WWW*****************
[WWW]
comment = WWW public directory on %h
browseable = yes
path = /home/httpd/html
public = no
guest only = no
writable = yes
valid users = @udc
only user = no
write list = prea, martinol
admin users = prea, martinol




 
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Samba 2.0.6
AIX 4.3.3
Current Domain: NT4.0
New Domain: 2000 Active Directory

What are the steps to remove the samba server from its current NT4.0 domain
and then re-join the 2000 Active Directory domain?

Kirk Shimek

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Hello Don,
> Hallo Wolfgang;
> I could be wrong ,but the way I understand it, is winNT and win2k  (and
> winME, I believe), if they are set to EnablePlainTextPassword in the
> registry, will first attempt to negotiate protocol WITH encryption required;
[...]
> actually do the plaintext negotiation, and  embed the plaintext password in
> the sessionSetup&X packet, it forces you to enter something explicit for the
[...]
that is exactly what I thought I saw with ethereal, but I did
not completely understand this, and so I did not mention it.

>    net use \\sambaserver\\sambashare "" /user:""
> 
> That will establish a connection with the server, so your printing will
> work.  It's ugly, but it might help you out...
Yes, I will try this when I am back at work and have some time left.

Although, as far as I experienced this, this means the users can not
mount their home directories without problems, because then WinNT
or the server remember the "wrong" username...
(I already found the option revalidate and set "revalidate = yes" in the
homes section, but I did not find a difference...) I will try all this
again and see what it helps.

As someone else asked:
I already set guest ok = yes for the global and each printer section,
but this does not bypass the stupid behaviour of the NT/Win2k clients,
as Don described above.

So, as far as I saw from the ethereal dump when connecting to a
WinNT server, the server could do a dummy encrypted authentication
and then du the real authentication in plaintext (or did I miss
anything there? Sorry, I really do not understand the protocol...).
> 
> Don
Thanks,
Wolfgang

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Security=server (or security=domain, the preferable option) helps in
that you don't need samba to maintain an smbpasswd file on each machine,
passwords are checked against the server.  But given the non-permenent
nature of the link, I would suggest just rsyncing the smbpasswd files
back each night.  (and if your not using rsync already, you should be).

Andrew Bartlett

Yan Seiner wrote:
> 
> Andrew:
> 
> My setup is like this:
> 
>                  +----- office 1
> Main server ----+----- office 2
>                  +----- office 3
> 
> Changes made to files at any of these locations are propagated back to
> the main server every night.  The remote offices use vpn over dial-up,
> so real-time authentication back to the main is not practical.
> 
> The way I understand NIS, the maps are pushed on demand from the main
> server, which is what I want.
> 
> Each office is set up as a stand-alone samba server.  The only time the
> main server is accessed is for a new DNS query (the remotes use caching
> only name servers) and for time sync.
> 
> I want to make sure that users are synchronized and that they have the
> same UID/GID on all servers.
> 
> My clients are win98/winME boxes.
> 
> I'm not sure how security=server would help me in this setup.
> 
> Thanks.
> 
> --Yan
> 
> Andrew Bartlett wrote:
> 
> > Yan Seiner wrote:
> >
> >>Is there a HOW-TO or a doc somewhere for setting up samba + NIS?  I've
> >>looked in the archives and on the web and couldn't find anything.
> >>
> >>I am considering NIS so that I can have the same users on my three
> >>servers, so I would need to set up a master and two slaves.  But how do
> >>I get samba to use NIS for smbpasswd?  Or am I missing something really
> >>basic?
> >>
> >>I have been working with samba for a few years, but have never worked
> >>with NIS, so this may be a very stupid question.
> >>
> >>
> >
> > Probably better to use secuirty=domain or secuirty=server, and do away
> > with the need for the smbpasswd file.  I run security=server and NIS
> > here, and havn't noticed any problems.
> >
> > Andrew Bartlett
> >
> >

-- 
Andrew Bartlett
abartlet at pcug.org.au

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M. Kilroy writes:

> The latest winbind man says to do:
> 
> samedit -S '*' -W DOMAIN -UAdministrator
> then,
> createuser MACHINE$ -j DOMAIN -L

OK, the manual page is a bit out of date in this respect.  HEAD
cannot join a domain using the administrator name and password.

> but when I try to run either I get errors because I do not have
> samedit or createuser on my linux box for some reason.  So
> instead I used "smbpasswd -j DOMAIN -r PDC" after creating an
> account for the linux box in the domain on my PDC.  Does this
> cause any problems with winbind or authentication??

It should work fine.  I think your authentication problems are
due to some incomplete code in pam_winbind.c  I haven't finished
merging that part of winbind from the TNG branch yet.  )-:


Tim.

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Hello,
I'd like to ask - what can ACLs (on XFS+Samba 2.2) do for me? I was unable
to find this out. I thought that I can setup rights like "john:rwx,
jack:r--" but I wasn't (W2k) - I was only able to setup rwx for
user/group/others :(

Libor Vanek

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After upgrading my several machines to Red Hat 7.1, with
LPRng-3.7.4-22, and samba 2.2.0, I could no longer print from W98.
To explore this I tried smbclient with this result:

  $ smbclient \\\\datium\\lp
  INFO: Debug class all level = 3   (pid 2242 from pid 2242)
  added interface ip=192.168.7.9 bcast=192.168.7.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
  added interface ip=192.168.8.9 bcast=192.168.8.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
  added interface ip=127.0.0.1 bcast=127.255.255.255 nmask=255.0.0.0
  Got a positive name query response from 127.0.0.1 (192.168.7.9 192.168.8.9 )
  Password: 
  Anonymous login successful
  Domain=[SAMBA] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 2.2.0]
  smb: \> print -
  ERRDOS - ERRnoaccess (Access denied.) opening remote file stdin-2242
  smb: \> q

So samba was trying to write  "stdin-2242", but could not.
I had no clue where this file was being written, 
or why it failed.

I discovered this curious fact:

  \\\\datium\\lp	- fails
  \\\\datium\\minolta	- succeeds
  \\\\datium\\canon	- succeeds

where lp and minolta are synonyms in /etc/printcap for the local
laser printer and canon is a remote bubblejet on another Linux box.

My smb.conf has these relevant parts:

[global]
   load printers = yes
   guest account = pcguest

[printers]
   comment = All Printers
   path = /var/spool/samba
   printing = lprng
   guest ok = yes
   printable = yes
        print command =      /usr/bin/lpr  -P%p -r %s
        lpq command   =      /usr/bin/lpq  -P%p
        lprm command  =      /usr/bin/lprm -P%p %j
        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

I had made sure that the specified spool directory was segregated and
had open permissions:

drwxrwxrwt    2 root     root         4096 Jun 13 15:56 /var/spool/samba

Alexi Margo (alexi at wwood.co.uk) reported the same problem last Jan
but got no response.  Based on his suggestion, I opened the permissions
on /var/spool/lpd, too:

drwxrwxrwt    4 root     root         4096 Jun 13 13:45 /var/spool/lpd

and discovered that   \\\\datium\\lp  no longer failed to open stdin...
but dropped such a file into /var/spool/lpd.  However, the job was not
spooled; the file containing the print text just sat there.

I was surprised to see samba treating  minolta  and  lp  differently,
because they are the same printer.  One is just a different name
for the other.  And I was especially surprised that printing to "lp"
would mess with /var/spool/lpd, despite having a specific declaration to
use /var/spool/samba.  So on a hunch, I added a specific share definition
for [lp], which is identical to that for [printers] in general, and now
it works!

As Nero Wolfe might say,  I am flummoxed.



So, to summarize, my printing problems went away when I redundantly
specified rules for [lp] that are identical to [printers].


All this raises some important questions:

1)  Why does samba treat lp differently  from minolta when the
[printer] section is supposed to cover _all_ printers?

2)  Where did it get the notion to use /var/spool/lpd for any
purpose, whatever?

3)  Could the error message 
  ERRDOS - ERRnoaccess (Access denied.) opening remote file stdin-2242
be modified to tell the full pathname of the file that couldn't be
opened?  That would have saved me considerable time.


Let me add this.
When the level of bug complaints become as picayune as this,
it speaks volumes for the quality of the samba product.
Many thanks to all the Samba Team.

-- 
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And what about the passwd file and the shadow file?  I know this is 
getting a bit off-topic, but I'm trying to actually mirror the server 
data and all users to each location.

I use unison, a bit different than rsync, but same idea.  I use rsync 
for some applications.

--Yan


Andrew Bartlett wrote:

>Security=server (or security=domain, the preferable option) helps in
>that you don't need samba to maintain an smbpasswd file on each machine,
>passwords are checked against the server.  But given the non-permenent
>nature of the link, I would suggest just rsyncing the smbpasswd files
>back each night.  (and if your not using rsync already, you should be).
>

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I thought you said you had this sorted with NIS?

Samba makes the same getpwnam() calls as everbody else, so its doesn't
actualy care what provides the results, as long as they are provided. 
The only reason there are even uids in the smbpasswd file is as a
sainity check.

Andrew Bartlett

Yan Seiner wrote:
> 
> And what about the passwd file and the shadow file?  I know this is
> getting a bit off-topic, but I'm trying to actually mirror the server
> data and all users to each location.
> 
> I use unison, a bit different than rsync, but same idea.  I use rsync
> for some applications.
> 
> --Yan
> 
> Andrew Bartlett wrote:
> 
> >Security=server (or security=domain, the preferable option) helps in
> >that you don't need samba to maintain an smbpasswd file on each machine,
> >passwords are checked against the server.  But given the non-permenent
> >nature of the link, I would suggest just rsyncing the smbpasswd files
> >back each night.  (and if your not using rsync already, you should be).
> >

-- 
Andrew Bartlett
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Well, you _can_ have very fine-grained access control with the XFS ACLs with
Samba 2.2, and it can all be done with Windows 2000. I had a very similar
problem; if you are using the RPMs graciously provided by the Samba team,
get rid of them; they don't have ACL support, nor do they have support for
the kernel oplock mechanism present in the 2.4.x kernels, which you must be
using, since you are using XFS. :-) I'd recommend checking out the latest
CVS of both the Linux kernel with XFS support, available at oss.sgi.com, and
the latest Samba CVS, because many many problems have been fixed in both. If
that's not an option, I have a Samba RPM compiled (version 2.2 from CVS on
5/16/01), with 2.4 oplock support, XFS ACL support, and quota support. If
you do compile your own, make sure the acl-devel RPM package is installed
before you compile Samba; otherwise, you won't be able to have XFS ACL
support. Good luck!

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Libor Vanlk" <lists at conet.cz>
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Subject: What can ACL do?


> Hello,
> I'd like to ask - what can ACLs (on XFS+Samba 2.2) do for me? I was unable
> to find this out. I thought that I can setup rights like "john:rwx,
> jack:r--" but I wasn't (W2k) - I was only able to setup rwx for
> user/group/others :(
>
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Hi,

I have been experimenting with the Win2k terminal server and have
noticed some strange behavior with SMB: Win2k seems to use the same
UID for different login sessions.  I logged in from the terminal server
machine's console and browsed a share via network neighborhood, and it
demanded a password before I could view the contents.  Next, I logged into
the terminal server from another machine and did the same thing; this
time, I could view the contents of the share with no password required.
It appears to be using the same UID for both users, so authentication
was only needed the first time.

This is not a Samba problem; the above experiment was using a Windows
SMB server.  It seems like very strange behavior to me; different users
logged into the terminal server should have separate authentication for SMB.
Has anyone else observed this behavior?  Is this a known problem with the
Win2k terminal server?  Is there a configuration parameter for Win2k that
can alter this behavior and give each user a separate SMB UID?

Thanks for any info.

Jeff Riegel
riegel at almaden.ibm.com

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Hi!  I'm running Samba 2.2.0 on Linux 2.4.4 and I have "security=domain"
configured.  My Samba box belongs to my NT domain and user authentication
works beautifully.   Now, for ONE particular share, I want only ONE Windows
user to have access to it.   I specified user "bob" in the "valid users"
list for the particular share and now when "bob" tries to connect to this
share, I get this error:


C:\>net use z: \\ntlinux\bob
The password is invalid for \\ntlinux\bob.

Type the password for \\ntlinux\bob:
System error 86 has occurred.

The specified network password is not correct.


C:\>


The Windows userid/password info is: bob/bob
This is the info used to logon to the NT domain.   There is an account on
the Linux box with the SAME user info "bob/bob" *and* I added a password
("bob") for "bob" to the smbpasswd file.

What am I missing?

Can I NOT use the "valid users" list when "security=domain" is set?

Thanks in advance for your time.

Peace....

Tom

My DVD Collection

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Iam setting the following in my smb.conf file, however iam getting the
following errors
Can any one help
Iam running on FreBSD4.3 with Samba version 2.0.7


/usr/local/etc/smb.config

socket options = TCP_NODELAY IPTOS_LOWDELAY


/var/log/samba/smb.log

[2001/06/14 09:16:58, 0] lib/util_sock.c:set_socket_options(154)
  Failed to set socket option SO_KEEPALIVE (Error Bad file descriptor)
[2001/06/14 09:16:58, 0] lib/util_sock.c:set_socket_options(154)
  Failed to set socket option TCP_NODELAY (Error Bad file descriptor)
[2001/06/14 09:16:58, 0] lib/util_sock.c:set_socket_options(154)
  Failed to set socket option IPTOS_LOWDELAY (Error Bad file descriptor)

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I am currently having this same problem with posix acls and redhat 6.2,
but I am not using xfs. Everything is installed and compiled. The rights
are applied correctly and working so far as the linux system is concerned.
Users can only access what they should be able to through samba. But when
I try to use any form of windows server or client to change or read the
rights, only the user group and other rights are shown, no acls. The only
strange thing about my setup is that I am running dual sambas, tng as a
pdc and 2.2 as the file server (which has the acl support). The file
server is a member of the tng domain. Any ideas? 

 On Wed, 13 Jun 2001, Sean P. Elble wrote:

> Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2001 20:35:00 -0400
> From: "Sean P. Elble" <S_Elble at yahoo.com>
> To: "[iso-8859-2] Libor Vanlk" <lists at conet.cz>, samba at lists.samba.org
> Subject: Re: What can ACL do?
> 
> Well, you _can_ have very fine-grained access control with the XFS ACLs with
> Samba 2.2, and it can all be done with Windows 2000. I had a very similar
> problem; if you are using the RPMs graciously provided by the Samba team,
> get rid of them; they don't have ACL support, nor do they have support for
> the kernel oplock mechanism present in the 2.4.x kernels, which you must be
> using, since you are using XFS. :-) I'd recommend checking out the latest
> CVS of both the Linux kernel with XFS support, available at oss.sgi.com, and
> the latest Samba CVS, because many many problems have been fixed in both. If
> that's not an option, I have a Samba RPM compiled (version 2.2 from CVS on
> 5/16/01), with 2.4 oplock support, XFS ACL support, and quota support. If
> you do compile your own, make sure the acl-devel RPM package is installed
> before you compile Samba; otherwise, you won't be able to have XFS ACL
> support. Good luck!
> 
> -----------------------------------------
> Sean Elble
> Writer, Editor, Webmaster
> MaximumLinux.org
> http://www.maximumlinux.org/
> elbles at maximumlinux.org
> s_elble at yahoo.com
> -----------------------------------------
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Libor Vanlk" <lists at conet.cz>
> To: <samba at lists.samba.org>
> Sent: Wednesday, June 13, 2001 8:11 PM
> Subject: What can ACL do?
> 
> 
> > Hello,
> > I'd like to ask - what can ACLs (on XFS+Samba 2.2) do for me? I was unable
> > to find this out. I thought that I can setup rights like "john:rwx,
> > jack:r--" but I wasn't (W2k) - I was only able to setup rwx for
> > user/group/others :(
> >
> > Libor Vanek
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Hi !!

Try "wbinfo -t", it must say something like "Secret is good". If not you
haven't succesfully joined the domain.

Jan

> -----UrsprC<ngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: samba-admin at lists.samba.org 
> [mailto:samba-admin at lists.samba.org]Im
> Auftrag von M. Kilroy
> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 13. Juni 2001 15:18
> An: samba at lists.samba.org; samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
> Cc: ?????? ?????? ?????????
> Betreff: WINBIND
> 
> 
> I actually got winbind running, and can see it in my proccess 
> list.  It
> turns out (for those of you who were also looking for the 
> same fix) that I
> wasn't completely wiping out the old version of samba before 
> installing the
> new version.  I did that, reinstalled the new version and now 
> winbind runs.
> 
> But I can't log on to the linux box from an NT workstation.  
> I did a getent
> group and got all the correct groups back, but when i'm at an 
> NT station and
> trying to get to the linux box from Network Neighborhood it 
> only admits me
> as guest or nobody.  Does anyone know why?  I even have 
> invalid users =
> nobody in my smb.conf and it still creates a "nobody" direcotry.
> 
> THANKS!
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Simon" <simon at explodingsheep.org>
> To: <samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org>
> Cc: "M. Kilroy" <mekilroy at risingedge.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, June 12, 2001 11:25 AM
> Subject: Re: Fw: LOG FILE
> 
> 
> M. Kilroy wrote:
> 
> >>Hmm.  I was just wondering whether it was the 2.2 version 
> or the one from
> >>HEAD.  2.0.7 isn't going to work very will with winbind.
> >>
> >
> > See this is what I don't understand...  I downloaded HEAD, 
> installed it
> with
> > the ./configure (with pam), make && make install, but I 
> don't know if it
> > should "take over" at that point or what.  Since I already 
> had at least
> one
> > other version of samba running, I am not sure if there is 
> some uninstall I
> > should do before installing a new version.  Maybe I don't 
> even have the
> new
> > ver of Samba running, which is why winbind isn't even starting?
> >
> > Any thoughts?
> >
> > THANKS!
> > ~Mary
> >
> 
> if you're running linux, do
> 
> '/proc/<ps>/exe -V'
> 
> where ps is the process number of the smbd as reported by ps
> to get the version number.
> 
> Regards, Simon.
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Hi,

I am installing v2.2.0. You (try to) use the provided "install-sh" to
create a number of directories at the target "installdirs". Unfortunately,
"install-sh"  cannot do this. If I do a diff on the provided "install-sh"
and another version I have on my system, here's what shows up:

diff install-sh /citec/3rd_party/bin/install
4c4,16
< # This comes from X11R5.
---
> # This comes from X11R5 (mit/util/scripts/install.sh).
> #
> # Copyright 1991 by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
> #
> # Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute, and sell this software and its
> # documentation for any purpose is hereby granted without fee, provided that
> # the above copyright notice appear in all copies and that both that
> # copyright notice and this permission notice appear in supporting
> # documentation, and that the name of M.I.T. not be used in advertising or
> # publicity pertaining to distribution of the software without specific,
> # written prior permission.  M.I.T. makes no representations about the
> # suitability of this software for any purpose.  It is provided "as is"
> # without express or implied warranty.
11,12c23,24
< # from scratch.
< #
---
> # from scratch.  It can only install one file at a time, a restriction
> # shared with many OS's install programs.

Note the last difference. Because of this the target "installdirs" really
needs to change from:

installdirs:
        $(SHELL) $(srcdir)/install-sh -d -m $(INSTALLPERMS) \
        $(BASEDIR) $(SBINDIR) $(BINDIR) $(LIBDIR) $(VARDIR) $(CODEPAGEDIR)

to something like:

installdirs:
	for dir in $(BASEDIR) $(SBINDIR) $(BINDIR) $(LIBDIR) $(VARDIR) $(CODEPAGEDIR); do \
		$(SHELL) $(srcdir)/install-sh -d -m $(INSTALLPERMS) $dir; \
	done

Hope this helps,
Colin
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I had a similar problemm on a Samba 2.0.7 box - finally found that the
Network card had gone faulty - not stopped just a soft failure with really
slow and unreliable response. Worked OK with a single workstation but more
than one and lots of Error messages from Windows 98 clients. ALos there
were no error messages in any logfiles that I could find.


At 11:47 13/06/01 -0500, you wrote:
>A new problem has cropped up with my Samba2.2.0alpha3 installation (i was
>waiting for 2.2.1 to upgrade...) on my RedHat 6.2 server.
>
>I am running Samba as the PDC and fileserver for a network of ~7 Win2k Pro
>machines.  Everything has been working perfectly for 3 months, until today.
>
>All of a sudden, it is taking some files an extremely long time to open (up
>to 3 mintues), and these are not particularly large files.  When the users
>try to copy the files off of the file server an on to their local hard
>drives, they get 1 of the following errors (the error switches between
>these 2):  "Cannot copy <filename>: Error performing inpage operation"  or
>"Cannot copy <filename>: The specified network name is no longer
>available", and then the copy dies.
>
>Like I said, we've been running *perfectly* for 3 months now, and I won't
>have a chance to upgrade to the latest CVS until the weekend, so I'm hoping
>there is another answer.
>
>I have checked the logs, and they don't say anything particularly useful
>that I can tell, but I'll email anybody a log who would like to take a look
>(don't want to suck bandwidth).  I have restarted Samba, the server, and
>the win2k machines many times, and we're still having the problem.
>
>Here's the Global section of my smb.conf:
>
>[global]
>workgroup = PICOSCRIPT
>server string = Picoscript Samba Server
>security = user
>status = yes
>encrypt passwords = yes
>smb passwd file = /usr/local/samba/private/smbpasswd
>domain logons = yes
>add user script = /usr/bin/adduser -n -g machines -c Machine -d /dev/null
>-s /bin/false %m$logon script = scripts\%U.bat
>domain admin group = @wadmin
>domain admin users = administrator root smccomas
>wins support = yes
>guest account = ftp
>share modes = no
>os level = 65
>min password length = 4
>lock directory = /usr/local/samba/var/locks
>log level = 3
>
>
>Any help is *greatly* appreciated!!!!!!!
>
>Stacey
>
>
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Can somebody help me, I just want to use Samba to access shared files in my
Windows 2000 server, I have installed samba 2.2, but the whole setup is so
complicated, when I just want to use to share files in my server, somebody
help please.

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I am running 2.0.7 on a RH 6.2 box, and noticed the same thing.  I think 
there is some subtle error in the way samba parses the printcap file 
having to do with multiple names for printers.  Like maybe if you use an 
underline in your printer name, [printers] fails to correctly handle 
printers.  Or maybe if youhave more than 2 -3 printer names for a 
printer.  I've never actually found a pattern in the failures, though.

I just specify each printer separately and remvoe the [printers] entirely.

--Yan

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>
>
>So, to summarize, my printing problems went away when I redundantly
>specified rules for [lp] that are identical to [printers].
>

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> Hi Chris
> I have installed Redhat Linux 7.1.
> I have installed samba 2.0.7 also on my Linux machine.
I asume the Redhat rpm-Version in the following.

> I have an another NT machine which is not in any domain. I wish to make my
> linux box as a PDC and connect my NT machines. I have followed all the
> steps. I am not able to find the domain in my NT mnachine.
You mean, on the NT machine in the network nieboorhood you don't see 
the Linux box?

>  Firstly I edited the .conf file to suit to my network.
> My samba is installed (by default) in etc/samba directory. There is no bin
> directory at all under etc/samba/bin as many tutorials are pointing this. Is
> the installation wrong.
No, this installation is not wrong. There are to basic possibilities 
to install samba: 
1. You can compile the source and use all the defaults. This way 
every thing of samba is in the directory /usr/local/samba.
2. You can compile samba the way that it is integrated into the 
system: All configuration in /etc, the binaries in /bin, /sbin, 
/usr/sbin, /usr/bin, the logs in /var/log, the spool-directory in 
/var/spool, the man pages in ...
Both possibilities have its pro and cons. The precompiled version 
that redhat (rpm's) and all (?) outher distributions use is the 2. 
one, adapted to the specific directories used by the distribution.

> Pls can u give me a step by step procedure ( right from .conf file to adding
> users and other stuff )of what has to be done.
you have edit the .conf file, are looking for the bin-directory and 
don't see the linux-box in the network nieboorhood?
OK, ist samba running? Do a "ps -auwx | grep mbd" you should see at 
least one smbd and one nmbd process. If not, in RedHat is a file 
/etc/rc.d/init.d/smb. That's the start/stop skript for samba. Do a 
/etc/rc.d/init.d/smb status|stop|start

Once samba is running, try to connect form NT. Do it one by one. I 
would start with plaintext passwords. For this to work you must 
appliey the following registry-key to NT:

-----
REGEDIT4

;Contributor:   Tim Small (tim.small at virgin.net)
;Updated:	20 August 1997
;Status:	Current
;
;Subject:	Registry file to enable plain text passwords in NT4-
SP3 and later

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Rdr\Parameters]
"EnablePlainTextPassword"=dword:00000001
------

It can be found in the docs directory of the samba distribution. For 
DOS and early versions of w95 no regitstry editing is necessary. 
Please note that you can connect to your server even if you don't see 
it in the network neiboorhood. Just use \\server\share, our the 
command "net use" at the NT command prompt.

If this works set up encrypted passwords. Deactivate the registry 
key. Once this works you can start to think about setting up a pdc.

Good luck,
please ask not only me but the whole list if you have further 
questions.

Christian


> 
> P.Murugappan
> 
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Christian Barth" <barth at cck.uni-kl.de>
> To: <samba at samba.org>; "Murugappan" <murugappan at hgsolutions.com>
> Sent: Friday, June 08, 2001 9:18 AM
> Subject: Re: linux
> 
> 
> > > Hi
> > > My present company has NT workstations and windows 2000 m/cs. We are
> planning
> > > to buy a Linux Red hat professional server. I am damn sure that If I buy
> a
> > > windows 2000 server or a NT server I can make my network running on and
> manage
> > > user accounts easily. Can this Linux server do the same thing as a NT or
> a
> > > 2000 server.
> > > If I use a 2000 server I can easily get a domain tab in each individual
> work
> > > stations and manage network more effeciently,Is this possible by using a
> Linux
> > > server. If possible what are the additional software needed.
> > >
> > > People say samba does this ....Your website says samba is used as a
> print
> > > server , can it support as a additional functionality as in 2000 server.
> > >
> > Im not sure what you mean with your last point. But all the rest (and
> > probaly the last point) can be done by samba. What samba dose not are
> > trustrelation ships. Compare as well:
> > http://www.zdnet.com/eweek/stories/general/0,11011,2712294,00.html
> >
> > I think the decision of your company to shwitch to linux is a good
> > one / the right one. For example, if you like GUI's you get them, but
> > once you are fimilar the the ascii-configuration files, you will love
> > it (learn the basics of vi): Just placing comments to document way
> > something is configured the way it is right there were it is
> > configured :-)
> >
> > Is the decision to shwich to a linux server because your are starting
> > to get a flexible heteruges network? Or does your company simply want
> > to save the money for the NT server? Any way, the company will have
> > to allow you to take your time to learn about it.
> >
> > >
> > > I am not that much knowledgeable in Linux...Suggestions please
> > Do some reading, or some more reading about Linux, Linux/unix
> > adminstration, about samba, .... Start with simple things (not with a
> > production pdc with profiles, policies and printer driver download,
> > but with a test server an sharing files) and do it step by step.
> >
> > Have fun with it,
> >
> > Christian
> >
> >
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> Hi,
> 
> I am trying to see all my printers onto the network
> via the "smbclient -NL" client. I did the most simple
> "smb.conf" file that I can do to see all my printers
> but I don't see them. Here is my "smb.conf"
> parameters:
> 
> [global]
> 
> ...
> ...
> printcap name = /etc/printcap
> printing = bsd
> ...
> ...
> 
> [printers]
> print ok = yes
> path = /var/spool/samba
> browseable = NO
This should be yes if you want to see the printers. If you just want 
to connect it can be no as well

Christian

> load printers = yes
> 
> I am using samba on an SGI IRIX 6.5 box. All my share
> files are OK. I can browse it with smbclient and
> "network neighborhood" of windows. When I do a
> "smbclient -NL my_server", in the "TYPE" section, I
> have no printer, only "Disk" and "IPC" type. My
> /etc/printcap file is ok since we use it with the
> command line "lpr -Pprinter_name file_name". Can
> somebody help me?
> 
> Thanks
> 
> Eric
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Hello,
I need some help about Samba. I have a machine, a Octane 2 with 6.5.12, and
I've installed samba 2.0.7. I think that samba is properly installed.
It4s more strange because I have the sames users in the Nt Machine and the
IRIX. I've  tried the telnet command and connect perfecty.I need additional
installantion on nt to work with samba ? for the moment I've configured the
samba with the smb.conf that attach in this e-amil.For the moment When I
looking for the Irix machine in the Nt client and it4s ok, I see the IRIX
machine, in the section " FIND COMPUTER " of Nt system. But when I click in
the name of Irix machine apper this window :

ENTER NETWORK OR UNKMOWN USERNAME
\\IRIS
Connect as:
password:

Can you show me the steps to do this ?

Thank4s

Dpto. Entertainment SGO Barcelona
e-mail: maya at sgo.es
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May be apply the follwing registry key, found in the docs-directory 
of the samba distributions:

REGEDIT4

;Subject:	Registry file to force multiple NT terminal server 
users to have their own connections.

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Rdr\Parameters]
"MultipleUsersOnConnection"=dword:00000001



Christian


> Hi,
> 
> I have been experimenting with the Win2k terminal server and have
> noticed some strange behavior with SMB: Win2k seems to use the same
> UID for different login sessions.  I logged in from the terminal server
> machine's console and browsed a share via network neighborhood, and it
> demanded a password before I could view the contents.  Next, I logged into
> the terminal server from another machine and did the same thing; this
> time, I could view the contents of the share with no password required.
> It appears to be using the same UID for both users, so authentication
> was only needed the first time.
> 
> This is not a Samba problem; the above experiment was using a Windows
> SMB server.  It seems like very strange behavior to me; different users
> logged into the terminal server should have separate authentication for SMB.
> Has anyone else observed this behavior?  Is this a known problem with the
> Win2k terminal server?  Is there a configuration parameter for Win2k that
> can alter this behavior and give each user a separate SMB UID?
> 
> Thanks for any info.
> 
> Jeff Riegel
> riegel at almaden.ibm.com
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Thanks Jan!

I tried this and got "could not check secret", but I also got a message that
said I had successfully joined the domain when I joined earlier.  I can also
see all my users/groups with getent group and wbinfo -u.

Does anyone know what "could not check secret" means?

THANKS!
~Mary

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Hi !!

Try "wbinfo -t", it must say something like "Secret is good". If not you
haven't succesfully joined the domain.

Jan

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> Von: samba-admin at lists.samba.org
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> Auftrag von M. Kilroy
> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 13. Juni 2001 15:18
> An: samba at lists.samba.org; samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
> Cc: ?????? ?????? ?????????
> Betreff: WINBIND
>
>
> I actually got winbind running, and can see it in my proccess
> list.  It
> turns out (for those of you who were also looking for the
> same fix) that I
> wasn't completely wiping out the old version of samba before
> installing the
> new version.  I did that, reinstalled the new version and now
> winbind runs.
>
> But I can't log on to the linux box from an NT workstation.
> I did a getent
> group and got all the correct groups back, but when i'm at an
> NT station and
> trying to get to the linux box from Network Neighborhood it
> only admits me
> as guest or nobody.  Does anyone know why?  I even have
> invalid users =
> nobody in my smb.conf and it still creates a "nobody" direcotry.
>
> THANKS!

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Gotcha, thanks!  What version of Samba should I use then?  I'm currently
running the latest version of HEAD from CVS.

Thank you!
~Mary

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M. Kilroy writes:

> The latest winbind man says to do:
>
> samedit -S '*' -W DOMAIN -UAdministrator
> then,
> createuser MACHINE$ -j DOMAIN -L

OK, the manual page is a bit out of date in this respect.  HEAD
cannot join a domain using the administrator name and password.

> but when I try to run either I get errors because I do not have
> samedit or createuser on my linux box for some reason.  So
> instead I used "smbpasswd -j DOMAIN -r PDC" after creating an
> account for the linux box in the domain on my PDC.  Does this
> cause any problems with winbind or authentication??

It should work fine.  I think your authentication problems are
due to some incomplete code in pam_winbind.c  I haven't finished
merging that part of winbind from the TNG branch yet.  )-:


Tim.

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Hi !!

As far as I know this means that either winbindd or smbd are note runnig
correctly or that the private/secrets.tdb file couldn't be opened?!
Try to check the winbind log after calling wbinfo -t

Jan



> Thanks Jan!
> 
> I tried this and got "could not check secret", but I also got 
> a message that
> said I had successfully joined the domain when I joined 
> earlier.  I can also
> see all my users/groups with getent group and wbinfo -u.
> 
> Does anyone know what "could not check secret" means?
> 
> THANKS!
> ~Mary
> 
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> 
> Hi !!
> 
> Try "wbinfo -t", it must say something like "Secret is good". 
> If not you
> haven't succesfully joined the domain.
> 
> Jan
> 

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Thanks Jan,

I tried checking the log, but there's nothing in it.  Is it possible that
winbind and/or smbd are not running even if they can get user groups from
the NT PDC and I can see the linux box on the network?
Thanks!
~Mary

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Hi !!

As far as I know this means that either winbindd or smbd are note runnig
correctly or that the private/secrets.tdb file couldn't be opened?!
Try to check the winbind log after calling wbinfo -t

Jan

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	Would you be interested in a list of typos in the current
doc set for samba 2.2.0?  If so, please let me know the best way to
mark them up and submit them.


Cheers,


Richard.

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I just tried it, and wbinfo really works without winbindd running, but
it's not possible to log in from a windows client.
Are you sure you start winbindd correctly?? Did you look it up in the
process list??


> Thanks Jan,
> 
> I tried checking the log, but there's nothing in it.  Is it 
> possible that
> winbind and/or smbd are not running even if they can get user 
> groups from
> the NT PDC and I can see the linux box on the network?
> Thanks!
> ~Mary

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Well, it's not showing up in my process list.  Neither is smbd or nmbd.  But
everything is still "running".  I just can't log in from my NT machine.  How
do they run without showing up in my process list?  I started winbind from a
./winbind in my bin directory.
~Mary

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I just tried it, and wbinfo really works without winbindd running, but
it's not possible to log in from a windows client.
Are you sure you start winbindd correctly?? Did you look it up in the
process list??


> Thanks Jan,
>
> I tried checking the log, but there's nothing in it.  Is it
> possible that
> winbind and/or smbd are not running even if they can get user
> groups from
> the NT PDC and I can see the linux box on the network?
> Thanks!
> ~Mary

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David,

I'm not sure if this is your problem ... but I noticed you did not mention
the presence of a "PRINT$" share in you smb.conf file.
With Samba 2.2.0 you need both the "printers" share and a "print$" share to
get printing up and running. 
My smb.conf file has the following, in addition to the "printers" share:

	[PRINT$]
		path = /usr/local/samba/printers
		guest ok = yes
		browseable = yes
		read only = yes
		write list = lpadmin root

The "path" variable in this case points to the "printers" directory in your
Samba2.2 install, and not your "lpd" spool area. The "write list" is needed
for print driver upload to the Samba server. These are users which are
allowed to push drivers to the Samba box.

Another thing I've figured out is that 2.2.0 no longer needs the all the
"commands" in the "printers" share, all that is required is the addition of
"printing = lprng" in the global section of the smb.conf file.

Hope that this helps

errol

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Subject: Printer access (bug?)


After upgrading my several machines to Red Hat 7.1, with
LPRng-3.7.4-22, and samba 2.2.0, I could no longer print from W98.
To explore this I tried smbclient with this result:

  $ smbclient \\\\datium\\lp
  INFO: Debug class all level = 3   (pid 2242 from pid 2242)
  added interface ip=192.168.7.9 bcast=192.168.7.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
  added interface ip=192.168.8.9 bcast=192.168.8.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
  added interface ip=127.0.0.1 bcast=127.255.255.255 nmask=255.0.0.0
  Got a positive name query response from 127.0.0.1 (192.168.7.9 192.168.8.9
)
  Password: 
  Anonymous login successful
  Domain=[SAMBA] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 2.2.0]
  smb: \> print -
  ERRDOS - ERRnoaccess (Access denied.) opening remote file stdin-2242
  smb: \> q

So samba was trying to write  "stdin-2242", but could not.
I had no clue where this file was being written, 
or why it failed.

I discovered this curious fact:

  \\\\datium\\lp	- fails
  \\\\datium\\minolta	- succeeds
  \\\\datium\\canon	- succeeds

where lp and minolta are synonyms in /etc/printcap for the local
laser printer and canon is a remote bubblejet on another Linux box.

My smb.conf has these relevant parts:

[global]
   load printers = yes
   guest account = pcguest

[printers]
   comment = All Printers
   path = /var/spool/samba
   printing = lprng
   guest ok = yes
   printable = yes
        print command =      /usr/bin/lpr  -P%p -r %s
        lpq command   =      /usr/bin/lpq  -P%p
        lprm command  =      /usr/bin/lprm -P%p %j
        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

I had made sure that the specified spool directory was segregated and
had open permissions:

drwxrwxrwt    2 root     root         4096 Jun 13 15:56 /var/spool/samba

Alexi Margo (alexi at wwood.co.uk) reported the same problem last Jan
but got no response.  Based on his suggestion, I opened the permissions
on /var/spool/lpd, too:

drwxrwxrwt    4 root     root         4096 Jun 13 13:45 /var/spool/lpd

and discovered that   \\\\datium\\lp  no longer failed to open stdin...
but dropped such a file into /var/spool/lpd.  However, the job was not
spooled; the file containing the print text just sat there.

I was surprised to see samba treating  minolta  and  lp  differently,
because they are the same printer.  One is just a different name
for the other.  And I was especially surprised that printing to "lp"
would mess with /var/spool/lpd, despite having a specific declaration to
use /var/spool/samba.  So on a hunch, I added a specific share definition
for [lp], which is identical to that for [printers] in general, and now
it works!

As Nero Wolfe might say,  I am flummoxed.



So, to summarize, my printing problems went away when I redundantly
specified rules for [lp] that are identical to [printers].


All this raises some important questions:

1)  Why does samba treat lp differently  from minolta when the
[printer] section is supposed to cover _all_ printers?

2)  Where did it get the notion to use /var/spool/lpd for any
purpose, whatever?

3)  Could the error message 
  ERRDOS - ERRnoaccess (Access denied.) opening remote file stdin-2242
be modified to tell the full pathname of the file that couldn't be
opened?  That would have saved me considerable time.


Let me add this.
When the level of bug complaints become as picayune as this,
it speaks volumes for the quality of the samba product.
Many thanks to all the Samba Team.

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I just got v2.0.7 running from OpenBSD's ports collection, and it seems to 
be running OK (smbclient -L, for example, produces good output). For some 
reason, however, my Win98 boxes are giving me trouble, which I recently 
discovered in /var/log/sambalog. 

Basically, I'd gone into the "Identification" tag in the Network 
Neighborhood properties for those machines and set them to single names 
(i.e. "Misty") that I had mirrored on the Samba server. However, when these 
systems attempt to log into Samba, they are sending a longer name (i.e. 
"Misty Kirk"), which I don't see anywhere in Network Neighborhood. 

Where can I find the property for the name the Win98 machines are trying to 
send? I think I've got everything else working A-OK. Thanks in advance! 

Alex Le Fevre

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Richard Hellier wrote:
> 
>         Would you be interested in a list of typos in the current
> doc set for samba 2.2.0?  If so, please let me know the best way to
> mark them up and submit them.

The preferred method is to grab the current CVS tree (SAMBA_2_2 branch),
make the changes to the master documents (DocBook) and then run 'cvs -z9
diff -u > patch-file' from the top of the tree to generate the patch. 
See http://www.samba.org/samba/cvs.html for more on CVS.

Check the patch is sane, and e-mail it to samba-patches at samba.org (see
samba.org/samba-patches for details), probably CCing
samba-docs at samba.org and/or this list.

(If your not up to all that, then a unified diff (diff -u) of the
affected files will certainly be appreciated).

Andrew Bartlett

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Arnold Andrews X-324-4292 wrote:
> 
> > --On Tuesday, June 12, 2001 1:31 PM -0300 fmaresca at monssa.com.ar wrote:
> >
> > > I got 2 hosts running samba. One is over a RH6.2 and it
> > > works fine; the second machine is running samba over Debian
> > > Potato and it was installed to replaces the other (old) machine.
> > > The problem is that once samba is all configured and runs ok in
> > > this new amchine, attempts to login in swat as an non-root user
> > > fails.
> > > this never was happens in the old machine, and users in the
> > > network was able to change their passwd using swat. This problem
> > > is relative to samba, swat or debian? Any ideas?
> >
> > It's my understanding that ONLY root can run SWAT.  If that *is* true, what
> > was done to Samba on the old machine to change that?
> >
> > - john
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> I have successfully logged in to swat as a regular user on my 2.2 server.  I
> find that it won't accept the samba password, but rather wants the Unix password
> for authentication.  If your Unix passwords are not synched with your samba
> password, then use the Unix password.  You will be changing the samba password
> once inside the SWAT.
> 

For those interested in whats behind this, SWAT authenticates the
plain-text password via PAM, ie the standard unix DB.  If you wan't it
to use the samba password, look into pam_smbpasswd, due for inclusion in
2.2.1 (its in current CVS).  

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Hello Alex,
The name in the "Identification" tag is the netbios MACHINE name for the 
machine, NOT the user name.  The MACHINE name would only be used in
attempting a 
login (sessionsetup&X) if you were using security=share mode on samba (NOT
recommended
IMHO).  If you are in security=user,server, or domain mode on samba, the
name that 
will be used to try to logon to samba will be the USERNAME and password that
the user typed in  when they first brought Win98 up from the last time they
rebooted.
THAT's the name that you have to mirror on the samba server, or map using
the username map to a valid OpenBSD username in /etc/passwd...
I would suggest for a better understanding of how this all works, and what
would be the 
best configuration for you (there are lots of security choices with samba),
take a close 
look at Chapter 6 (Users,Security, and Domains" in the online html version
of the book
"Using Samba"  (there are a lot of other great books on Samba out there, but
this is the 
only one you can get to on the web...):

http://www.samba.org/samba/oreilly/using_samba

(personally I'd buy a hardcopy, if you're gonna be seriously working with
Samba...)

Hope this helps,
Don


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From: Alex Le Fevre [mailto:alex at schnarff.com]
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Subject: Win98 Naming


I just got v2.0.7 running from OpenBSD's ports collection, and it seems to 
be running OK (smbclient -L, for example, produces good output). For some 
reason, however, my Win98 boxes are giving me trouble, which I recently 
discovered in /var/log/sambalog. 

Basically, I'd gone into the "Identification" tag in the Network 
Neighborhood properties for those machines and set them to single names 
(i.e. "Misty") that I had mirrored on the Samba server. However, when these 
systems attempt to log into Samba, they are sending a longer name (i.e. 
"Misty Kirk"), which I don't see anywhere in Network Neighborhood. 

Where can I find the property for the name the Win98 machines are trying to 
send? I think I've got everything else working A-OK. Thanks in advance! 

Alex Le Fevre
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Hello Everybody

Help me out as I have a doubt in installing samba..
-------------------------------------

I have some NT machines and recently purchased a HP NET server. Just installed
Redhat Linux 7.1. I am planning to make my Linux machine as my PDC,File
server,Print srever etc..so that usernames and passwords are authenticated by
the Linux server.
I have samba 2.0.7 running in etc/samba directory.

I followed the following steps from the website
http://bioserve.latrobe.edu.au/samba/config.html.

----------1) I created some directories.

cd /usr/local/sbin
ln -s /etc/samba/bin/smbpasswd
ln -s /etc/samba/bin/smbclient
ln -s /etc/rc.d/init.d/samba
mkdir /etc/samba/private
mkdir /etc/samba/netlogon
mkdir /etc/samba/netlogon/scripts

Here in second statement I don't have a bin directory at all under my
etc/samba.but blindly I have followed the steps. Is this right.


-------------2) I edited the conf file

[global]
security = user
status = yes
workgroup = MYDOMAIN (*)
wins server = 123.45.67.89 (*)
encrypt passwords = yes
domain logons =yes
domain admin group = @adm
guest account = ftp
share modes=no
os level=65
[homes]
guest ok = no
read only = no
create mask = 0700
directory mask = 0700
oplocks = false
locking = no
[netlogon]
path = /etc/samba/netlogon
writeable = no
guest ok = no

Here is the wins server is my Primary DNS server.

---------------3) Then started samba by saying samba start.
there are 2 processes running smbd and nmbd.

------------4)Next I followed these steps to set up NT clients

touch /etc/samba/private/smbpasswd
chmod go-rwx /etc/samba/private/smbpasswd

at this stage too I am not sure whats going around...

----------------5) At step 5 the document says the following.

Now add an NT machine account, in this case for bc-06, I have a group,
'machines' (you will need to add that yourself or use another group name),
there should be no password, shell or home directory and the name is the NTws
name with a '$' added at the end. :


adduser -g machines -c NTMachine -d /dev/null -s /bin/false -n bc06$

HERE PLS EXPLAIN ME WHAT IS THIS machines WHAT GROUP IS THIS WHAT SHOULD I
GIVE...TOTALLY CONFUSED...


-------------6)Then my next step was
smbpasswd -a -m bc06$

Then the document says logon to NT machine go to network nwighbourhood and If
u press the domain change button and specify your domain name as said in .conf
file. It must appear...ALAS.....ERROR WAS "DOMAIN CONTROLLER FOR THIS DOMAIN
CANNOT BE LOCATED"

I must produce some results to my boss atleast by tomorrow. I need everybodys
help..

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Does anyone know of a port of smbclient to windows?
Thanks
Russ

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Russ Ward wrote:
> 
> Does anyone know of a port of smbclient to windows?

What for?
SMB is native to Windows, so if you want to copy files, you can
just use Explorer or a command prompt, or write a batch file.

-Joe

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Greetings,

I am using Samba 2.2.0 (from samba-2.2.0.final-2.deb Debian packages) with
mostly Win2K clients. Samba is set up as the PDC and I have print
spooling, etc. set up through CUPS. I understand that switching to lpr or
lprng may fix these caveats; however, I thought I'd check and see if there
was a solution that would continue to allow me to use the (oh so
absolutely beautiful) CUPS system.

1) Viewing print jobs in the windows spool show that the owner of all jobs
is "root" although the smbprint.XXX files that samba is creating in the 
spool directory all have the correct usernames. This is sort of
inconvenient as people set up as print managers can't see who is printing
jobs and thus can't easily rearrange them (although moving documents
around in the queue works great I believe)

2) I cannot set up another printer share using a custom print command
(e.g. to use the samba server to send faxes or the like) -- it tries to
spool through CUPS even if I set printing=lpr on the printer share. The
custom command never gets executed. I currently have written a kludgy
filter for CUPS for the virtual printer that sort of handles this, but due
to the nature of the whole thing, I can't get at the SMB username or any
of the other fun variables that I could use in the custom print command.

3) when samba first loads in the init scripts, cups is still starting up
and samba cannot immediately enumerate the printer list; however instead
of the printers appearing after a short time -- they never appear at all
and it takes a complete restart of smbd to fix this. Is there something
easy I'm missing here or do i just need to have the cups init script sleep
for 15 seconds after it kicks off to give it time to completely start up
before samba can start?

Thanks in advance to all who can offer any help! I have some more
questions to tackle once I get these figured out, but they don't pertain
to CUPS so I can just wait on those I guess :)

Sincerely,
John Laur

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I'm running into a somewhat strange problem.  From the subnet that the
master Samba server is on, all the Samba servers are visible and can be
connected to via their proper names.  When on one of the remote subnets,
when attempting to access the main Admin server, the user is instead
sent to the remote server. Authorized users can connect to the Admin
server just fine if they use Start Menu -- Find Computer -- IP#.

Nothing strange about the workstations, all are Win95 and Win98 with the
WINS server set to the IP of the main Admin server.

Disclaimer: My manager set these up, no need to critique, criticize for
redundancy or other such noise. I'm just trying to fix the mess.

Honestly, I'd like to hear all of the suggestions for fixing the
problems. Some of the fixes I've suggested have been vetoed for
political reasons, but I'd like to hear the forum's viewpoint.

AK

Main Samba Server:

[global]
 workgroup = DESC-ADMIN
 netbios name = ADMIN
 netbios aliases = MAIL
 server string = DESC 507/511/Shelter Samba Server
 encrypt passwords = Yes
 max log size = 50
 os level = 65
 preferred master = Yes
 domain master = Yes
 dns proxy = No
 wins support = Yes
# wins server = 192.168.2.1
# wins proxy = Yes
# name resolve order = lmhosts wins hosts
 remote browse sync = 192.168.2.1
 username map = /etc/smbusers
 unix password sync = true
 passwd program = "/usr/bin/passwd %u"
 passwd chat debug = true
 passwd chat = "*ew UNIX password: " %n\n "*etype new UNIX password:
"%n\n "*updated succesfully"
 hosts allow = 192.168.

Remote Server:

[global]
 workgroup = DESC-UNION
 netbios name = UNION
 server string = DESC Union Hotel Samba Server
 encrypt passwords = Yes
 log file = /var/log/samba/log.%m
 max log size = 50
 socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192
 os level = 66
 preferred master = Yes
 domain master = Yes
 dns proxy = Yes
# wins support = Yes
 wins proxy = yes
 wins server = 192.168.1.1
 username map = /etc/smbusers
 unix password sync = Yes
 passwd program = /usr/bin/passwd %u
    interfaces = 192.168.2.1/255.255.255.0 192.168.15.2/255.255.0.0 \
     127.0.0.1/255.255.255.255 192.168.6.1/255.255.255.0
 bind interfaces only = yes
 remote announce = 192.168.1.255/DESC-ADMIN 192.168.1.255/DESC-UNION
 remote browse sync = 192.168.1.1
 hosts allow = 192.168. 127.0.0.1

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Hi,
some one has made work password sync for this ..
FreeBSD 4.3 + samba 2.0.8 as PDC
WinNT WS 4.0 as a Client
i try this password chat:
passwd chat = *old*password* %o\n *new*password* %n\n *Retype*new*password*
%n\n  *done*
but don4t work
Best Regards
David Perez

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Hi all,

I'm looking to set up a small file server (using an old machine) on an NT4
network using Redhat 7.1 and samba 2.2.0.

Reading through the FAQ, I've done the following:

Created an account in Server manager for the samba box
smbpasswd -j MYDOM -r MYDOMPDC 

Added to my smb.conf file:

security = domain
workgroup = MYDOM
encrypt passwords = yes
password server = MYDOMPDC

Created the smbpasswd file:
cat /etc/passwd | mksmbpasswd.sh > /etc/samba/smbpasswd

When running the diagnosis test, the following tests work:

1: testparm
2: ping BIGSERVER and ping ACLIENT
3: smbclient -L BIGSERVER lists the shares
4: nmblookup -B BIGSERVER __SAMBA__ returns BIGSERVER's IP
5: nmblookup -B ACLIENT '*' returns ACLIENT's IP
6: nmblookup -d 2 '*' returns a long list of NT boxes on the domain
7: smbclient //BIGSERVER/Public works for the one account that was synched
using mksmbpasswd.sh. It also says "added interface ip=myip bcast=mynet
nmask=mynet" where myip, mynet are the correct values.

Test 8: netview \\BIGSERVER on a Win2K client fails with "System error 53:
The network path was not found."  On the NT4 PDC, the error is:
"System error 1234 has occurred. No service is operating at the destination
network endpoint on the remote system."

Logcheck generates the following info:

Security Violations
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
Jun 14 10:08:47 SMBOX smb: smbd shutdown succeeded
Jun 14 10:08:47 SMBOX smb: nmbd shutdown succeeded

Unusual System Events
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
Jun 14 10:08:47 SMBOX smb: smbd shutdown succeeded
Jun 14 10:08:47 SMBOX nmbd[14285]: [2001/06/14 10:08:47, 0]
nmbd/nmbd.c:sig_term(65) 
Jun 14 10:08:47 SMBOX nmbd[14285]:   Got SIGTERM: going down... 
Jun 14 10:08:47 SMBOX smb: nmbd shutdown succeeded
Jun 14 10:08:48 SMBOX smb: smbd startup succeeded
Jun 14 10:08:48 SMBOX smb: nmbd startup succeeded
Jun 14 10:08:50 SMBOX nmbd[14358]: [2001/06/14 10:08:50, 0]
nmbd/nmbd_logonnames.c:add_logon_names(158) 
Jun 14 10:08:50 SMBOX nmbd[14358]:   add_domain_logon_names: 
Jun 14 10:08:50 SMBOX nmbd[14358]:   Attempting to become logon server for
workgroup MYDOM on subnet xxx.yyy.zzz.www 
Jun 14 10:08:50 SMBOX nmbd[14358]: [2001/06/14 10:08:50, 0]
nmbd/nmbd_logonnames.c:add_logon_names(158) 
Jun 14 10:08:50 SMBOX nmbd[14358]:   add_domain_logon_names: 
Jun 14 10:08:50 SMBOX nmbd[14358]:   Attempting to become logon server for
workgroup MYDOM on subnet UNICAST_SUBNET 
Jun 14 10:08:55 SMBOX nmbd[14358]: [2001/06/14 10:08:55, 0]
nmbd/nmbd_logonnames.c:become_logon_server_success(116) 
Jun 14 10:08:55 SMBOX nmbd[14358]:   become_logon_server_success: Samba is
now a logon server for workgroup MYDOM on subnet xxx.yyy.zzz.www

The interesting thing about this is subnet xxx.yyy.zzz.www is the IP address
for SMBOX, rather than the xxx.yyy.zzz/24 network name.

Obviously, I'm missing something. I've read WinNT.txt and encryption.txt and
searched through the lists archives. Any pointers on this?

Thanks,

Here's my smb.conf file, suitably edited:

[global]

# workgroup = NT-Domain-Name or Workgroup-Name
   workgroup = MYDOM
   netbios name = SMBOX
   domain logons = yes

# 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 = 192.168.1. 192.168.2. 127.

# if you want to automatically load your printer list rather
# than setting them up individually then you'll need this
;   printcap name = /etc/printcap
;   load printers = yes

# It should not be necessary to spell out the print system type unless
# yours 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/samba/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 = domain
# Use password server option only with security = server
   password server = MYDOMPDC

# Password Level allows matching of _n_ characters of the password for
# all combinations of upper and lower case.
;  password level = 8
;  username level = 8

# 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
  smb passwd file = /etc/samba/smbpasswd

# The following are needed to allow password changing from Windows to
# update the Linux sytsem password also.
# NOTE: Use these with 'encrypt passwords' and 'smb passwd file' above.
# NOTE2: You do NOT need these to allow workstations to change only
#        the encrypted SMB passwords. They allow the Unix password
#        to be kept in sync with the SMB password.
;  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*

# Unix users can map to different SMB User names
;  username map = /etc/samba/smbusers

# 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 = /etc/samba/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 SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192

# 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 = 192.168.12.2/24 192.168.13.2/24
;    bind interfaces only = yes 

# Configure remote browse list synchronisation here
#  request announcement to, or browse list sync from:
#	a specific host or from / to a whole subnet (see below)
;   remote browse sync = 192.168.3.25 192.168.5.255
# Cause this host to announce itself to local subnets here
;   remote announce = 192.168.1.255 192.168.2.44
remote announce = xxx.yyy.zzz.255 lll.kkk.mmm.255

# 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 = MYDOMPDC

# 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

# All NetBIOS names must be resolved to IP Addresses
# 'Name Resolve Order' allows the named resolution mechanism to be specified
# the default order is "host lmhosts wins bcast". "host" means use the unix
# system gethostbyname() function call that will use either /etc/hosts OR
# DNS or NIS depending on the settings of /etc/host.config,
/etc/nsswitch.conf
# and the /etc/resolv.conf file. "host" therefore is system configuration
# dependant. This parameter is most often of use to prevent DNS lookups
# in order to resolve NetBIOS names to IP Addresses. Use with care!
# The example below excludes use of name resolution for machines that are
NOT
# on the local network segment
# - OR - are not deliberately to be known via lmhosts or via WINS.
; name resolve order = wins lmhosts bcast

# 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 = xxx.yyy.zzz.www

# 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 = yes 

# Case Preservation can be handy - system default is _no_
# NOTE: These can be set on a per share basis
;  preserve case = no
;  short preserve case = no
# Default case is normally upper case for all DOS files
;  default case = lower
# Be very careful with case sensitivity - it can break things!
;  case sensitive = no

#============================ Share Definitions
==============================

# A publicly accessible directory, but read only, except for people in
# the "staff" group
[public]
   comment = Public Stuff
   path = /home/public
   browseable = yes
   create mask = 0664
   directory mask = 0775
;   public = yes
;   read only = yes
;   write list = @staff

[data]
comment = Data
path = /home/samba/data
read only = no
create mask = 0660
directory mask = 0770
guest ok = yes
browseable = yes


***************************	
*	Adam Getchell
AdamG at hrrm.ucdavis.edu
*	System Architect/Programmer			(530) 752-1584
*	Human Resources Information Systems	http://www.hr.ucdavis.edu/
***************************	
"Invincibility is in oneself, vulnerability in the opponent." -- Sun Tzu

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I'm not sure how to deal with this in a normal win2k network, but we
usually clone all of our machines off of an "image" computer.  Does anyone
have any procedures for making image work with a samba pdc network?  It
would be a total pain to manually add 100 machines to a pdc (I am using a
samba-tng/samba dual-head server, so this applies to samba-tng too).

The solution I've come up with is to use the image's machine account to
create all the machine accounts (they will all have the same password,
though).  This would basically create a machine account for each computer
in an already joined state.  Security aside, is this a workable solution?
What is a better one?

Too bad win2k doesn't have better commandline tools or I could write a
startup script to take care of this kind of thing.  Does anyone know how
to set the machine name in windows 2000 without going to the control panel
or right-clicking on "My computer"?  Basically I also need to have each
machine get it's host name from DCHP.  (This is opposite of MS's dynamic
DNS updates).

thanks,
Michael

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All,

Problem:  I have a ||port zip drive mounted on our Linux box, shared by 
Samba to the Winblows network.  I could easily use the "preexec/postexec" 
to mount it, then eject the disk, but the problem is that linux won't eject 
the disk (unmount it) while Samba is running.  I first have to kill Samba, 
then eject.

Well, of course, how do you kill Samba then expect it to run the 
postexec!  You can't, of course, so I'm up a bit of a creek.

Anyone have a good solution to this one?  I have an office full of ID10T 
Winblows users that couldn't tell a shell prompt from their earlobe.

Thanks,

Nathan

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How about using the automounter?

"Nathan E. Pralle" wrote:

> All,
>
> Problem:  I have a ||port zip drive mounted on our Linux box, shared by
> Samba to the Winblows network.  I could easily use the "preexec/postexec"
> to mount it, then eject the disk, but the problem is that linux won't eject
> the disk (unmount it) while Samba is running.  I first have to kill Samba,
> then eject.
>
> Well, of course, how do you kill Samba then expect it to run the
> postexec!  You can't, of course, so I'm up a bit of a creek.
>
> Anyone have a good solution to this one?  I have an office full of ID10T
> Winblows users that couldn't tell a shell prompt from their earlobe.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Nathan
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Where do I find a version of Samba that will run on SuSE 7.1?  I can only find Samba for SuSE 6.1 on ftp.samba.org

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Hopefully this is the correct place to come with this problem.

I have Samba 2.2.0 running on FreeBSD 4.3-RELEASE.  That all works fine and
dandy, and did when I had the machine on a network with an NT machine
handling the domain.  However, when the samba machine accepts domain logons,
Windows 98 machines take approx. 20 minutes to find anything on the network.
NT machines work absolutely fine.

Preferred master and such are set to yes and os level at 65.  When I set os
level to 0 and master browser settings to no, it found the machine right off
the bat, but when selecting it to list its shares, that took approx 20
minutes to display.

I hope this is enough information.

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Well, I'd have a look at the Samba compilation again; unless Samba 2.2
explicitly stated that ACLs were being enabled during the compile, then
they're not there. Another simple thing that I almost forgot was that you
have to specify that you want ACL support (i.e --with-acl-support). Check to
make sure that there is an acl.h file in your /usr/include/linux directory
structure; this file came with the XFS acl-devel package, though I'm not
sure where it might appear for you. However, you do say the rights are
applied correctly; the way your e-mail was worded, it was hard to tell if
you are speaking of ACL rights, or regular Unix rights; which one is it?
I'll do some research on this, and get back to you. Good luck!

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> I am currently having this same problem with posix acls and redhat 6.2,
> but I am not using xfs. Everything is installed and compiled. The rights
> are applied correctly and working so far as the linux system is concerned.
> Users can only access what they should be able to through samba. But when
> I try to use any form of windows server or client to change or read the
> rights, only the user group and other rights are shown, no acls. The only
> strange thing about my setup is that I am running dual sambas, tng as a
> pdc and 2.2 as the file server (which has the acl support). The file
> server is a member of the tng domain. Any ideas?
>
>  On Wed, 13 Jun 2001, Sean P. Elble wrote:
>
> > Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2001 20:35:00 -0400
> > From: "Sean P. Elble" <S_Elble at yahoo.com>
> > To: "[iso-8859-2] Libor Vanlk" <lists at conet.cz>, samba at lists.samba.org
> > Subject: Re: What can ACL do?
> >
> > Well, you _can_ have very fine-grained access control with the XFS ACLs
with
> > Samba 2.2, and it can all be done with Windows 2000. I had a very
similar
> > problem; if you are using the RPMs graciously provided by the Samba
team,
> > get rid of them; they don't have ACL support, nor do they have support
for
> > the kernel oplock mechanism present in the 2.4.x kernels, which you must
be
> > using, since you are using XFS. :-) I'd recommend checking out the
latest
> > CVS of both the Linux kernel with XFS support, available at oss.sgi.com,
and
> > the latest Samba CVS, because many many problems have been fixed in
both. If
> > that's not an option, I have a Samba RPM compiled (version 2.2 from CVS
on
> > 5/16/01), with 2.4 oplock support, XFS ACL support, and quota support.
If
> > you do compile your own, make sure the acl-devel RPM package is
installed
> > before you compile Samba; otherwise, you won't be able to have XFS ACL
> > support. Good luck!
> >
> > -----------------------------------------
> > Sean Elble
> > Writer, Editor, Webmaster
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> > http://www.maximumlinux.org/
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> > s_elble at yahoo.com
> > -----------------------------------------
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Libor Vanlk" <lists at conet.cz>
> > To: <samba at lists.samba.org>
> > Sent: Wednesday, June 13, 2001 8:11 PM
> > Subject: What can ACL do?
> >
> >
> > > Hello,
> > > I'd like to ask - what can ACLs (on XFS+Samba 2.2) do for me? I was
unable
> > > to find this out. I thought that I can setup rights like "john:rwx,
> > > jack:r--" but I wasn't (W2k) - I was only able to setup rwx for
> > > user/group/others :(
> > >
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On 14 Jun 2001, at 10:08, Murugappan wrote:

> 
> I have some NT machines and recently purchased a HP NET server. Just installed
> Redhat Linux 7.1. I am planning to make my Linux machine as my PDC,File
> server,Print srever etc..so that usernames and passwords are authenticated by
> the Linux server.

Nice idea!
It's two years I have set up a Compaq ProLiant 1600 dual-PIII as a 
workgroup server, using RH 6.2 and samba 2.0.7 (a BIG thank to 
David Bannon!!!)

> Here in second statement I don't have a bin directory at all under my
> etc/samba.but blindly I have followed the steps. Is this right.
                      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Please, you're on a *nix system.
It's assumed you're aware of what you're doing. 

Use the samba 2.0.7 rpm, and everything will be in place.
David's setup is slightly different, but don't worry.

After installing the RPM, the only thing you should need is ti edit 
/etc/smb.conf


> status = yes
never seen such a line in smb.conf. Remove it.

> workgroup = MYDOMAIN (*)
here goes your shiny brand new domain name. Mine is UAGB, that 
is the acronym of the research unit where I work.

> wins server = 123.45.67.89 (*)
remove this also, here goes the IP address of your WINS server (if 
you have any)

> encrypt passwords = yes
> domain logons =yes
> domain admin group = @adm
> guest account = ftp
> share modes=no
> os level=65

So far, so good. These are fine.

> [homes]
> guest ok = no
> read only = no
> create mask = 0700
> directory mask = 0700
> oplocks = false
> locking = no
OK!

> [netlogon]
> path = /etc/samba/netlogon
> writeable = no
> guest ok = no
> 
> Here is the wins server is my Primary DNS server.
strange address, you WINS server... IS really 123.45.67.89??? are 
you on a VPN?

> 
> ---------------3) Then started samba by saying samba start.
> there are 2 processes running smbd and nmbd.
Right.
say ps -aux | grep samba and you should see them

 
> ------------4)Next I followed these steps to set up NT clients
> 
> touch /etc/samba/private/smbpasswd
the RPM installs under /etc/smbpasswd

> chmod go-rwx /etc/samba/private/smbpasswd
No! chmod 0600 and chown root.root 

> at this stage too I am not sure whats going around...
:) Hold on!
> 
> ----------------5) At step 5 the document says the following.
> 
> Now add an NT machine account,

Here 's the trick:
AS ROOT:
you have to create once and forever a group called "workstations" 
(or anything you like, but calling the group which contains all the 
workstations "workstations" is nice)

groupadd workstations

then create the unix machine accounts: assume I have machine1 
and machine2

adduser -g workstations -c 'Workstation number one' -d /dev/null -s 
/bin/false -n machine1$

adduser -g workstations -c 'Workstation number two' -d /dev/null -s 
/bin/false -n machine2$

you said: create an user account belonging to the "workstations" 
group, comment out this username in /etc/passwd with 
"Workstation number one", let the user home directory be the 
empty (/dev/null) and the preferred unix shell be the void 
(/bin/false). Ah, I was forgetting that this user calls machine1$

Now go for the samba part: say
smbpasswd -a -m machine1

and you enter in /etc/smbpasswd a machibe account (the $ is 
unnecessary here)

Now restart samba, have a cup of coffee and sit in front of a NT 
machine (say, machine1)

- log on as Administrator (the "domain" row of login screen, if 
present, should read the machine name!)

- go to control panel /network, click Change
-modify the machine name accordingly (this was machine1, isn't it?)
-choose to join a DOMAIN, and instead of DOMAIN, write your 
domain name (what you wrote at the "workgroup" clause in 
/etc/smb.conf?)
-don't check "create a machine account" it doesn't helps, that job 
is what you just finished to do on unix before.

-you should see after a while the infamous "Welcome to the <your 
name here> domain"

You're done!!

HTH




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On Thu, 14 Jun 2001, Cory Kearns wrote:

> Hopefully this is the correct place to come with this problem.
>
> I have Samba 2.2.0 running on FreeBSD 4.3-RELEASE.  That all works fine and
> dandy, and did when I had the machine on a network with an NT machine
> handling the domain.  However, when the samba machine accepts domain logons,
> Windows 98 machines take approx. 20 minutes to find anything on the network.
> NT machines work absolutely fine.
>
> Preferred master and such are set to yes and os level at 65.  When I set os
> level to 0 and master browser settings to no, it found the machine right off
> the bat, but when selecting it to list its shares, that took approx 20
> minutes to display.
>
> I hope this is enough information.

I've always found that using WINS support is much more reliable.

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It seems I have a problem with nmbd. Some further info I got from the logs
was:

Unusual System Events
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
Jun 14 11:49:22 SMBOX nmbd[1257]: [2001/06/14 11:49:22, 0]
nmbd/nmbd_become_lmb.c:become_local_master_stage2(405) 
Jun 14 11:49:22 SMBOX nmbd[1257]:   ***** 
Jun 14 11:49:22 SMBOX nmbd[1257]:    
Jun 14 11:49:22 SMBOX nmbd[1257]:   Samba name server SMBOX is now a local
master browser for workgroup MYDOM on subnet <SMBOX IP address> 
Jun 14 11:49:22 SMBOX nmbd[1257]:    
Jun 14 11:49:22 SMBOX nmbd[1257]:   ***** 
Jun 14 11:49:44 SMBOX nmbd[1257]: [2001/06/14 11:49:44, 0]
nmbd/nmbd_browsesync.c:find_domain_master_name_query_fail(360) 
Jun 14 11:49:44 SMBOX nmbd[1257]:   find_domain_master_name_query_fail: 
Jun 14 11:49:44 SMBOX nmbd[1257]:   Unable to find the Domain Master Browser
name MYDOM<1b> for the workgroup MYDOM. 
Jun 14 11:49:44 SMBOX nmbd[1257]:   Unable to sync browse lists in this
workgroup. 

Any advice? I'd rather not have to go back and install NT server to meet my
time deadline...


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I have searched the archives of this list for any mention of AS/400 or
OS/400 and found nothing.  So, here it goes...

I have a Linux server trying to mount an SMB share from an IBM AS/400
machine running OS/400 version 4.3 or better (not my machine, but the
owner says so).  It works, but not completely.  One can do 'smbclient -U
username -L ipaddress' and specify a valid username and password and
display the list of shares.  One can do 'smbclient -U username
\\\\ipaddress\\sharename' and gain access to the share, but when listing
the contents of the directory, only the first letter of each filesystem
object is visible!

I have not done extensive testing to verify the depth of the problem,
but this is obviously a slight problem with the implementation of
SMB/CIFS on the AS/400.  IBM sells its proprietary Windows client
software, which allows Windows machines to map these shares in Network
Neighborhood, so it must be possible...

Has anyone run into this before?  Has anyone figured out how to do this?

Thanks for listening,
Jason Bechtel

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I am running Samba 2.2.x I cannot seem to view the list of users when
creating a  shared directory on Win98 with user level security when I
am  logged on to a Win-NT domain. I get and error message "You cannot
view the list  of users at this time. Please try again later." All users
are in smbpasswd and can log into the domain. I have found this problem
mentioned twice in the mailing list archives with no solution Offered. I
am sure I'm overlooking something simple.

If anyone has this working I would appreciate a post to this list just
so I know it will work.

The server is Solaris 2.6 x86 Samba is 2.2.0 compiled with gcc using all
defaults. File sharing, domain logins and printing are working file. I
am unable to get Shares for Windows 98 Clients to work correctly.

Here are the  relevant (I hope) portions of my smb.conf file.

;
;       Primary Domain Controller
;
netbios name = LUCRETIA
workgroup = ATLANTA
os level = 65
preferred master = yes
domain master = yes
local master = yes
;
;       Security
;
security = user
encrypt passwords = yes
;
;       Domain Logons
;
domain logons = yes
domain admin users = rob
logon path = \\LUCRETIA\profiles\%u
logon drive = U:
logon home = \\LUCRETIA\%u
logon script = %u.bat
;
;       Shares for Domain Control
;
[netlogon]
        path = /usr/local/samba/netlogon
        writable = no
        write list = root
;shares for storing user profiles
[profiles]
        path = /usr/local/samba/profiles
        writable = yes
        create mask = 0600
        sdirectory mask = 0700

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Maybe Samba keep opened some files, try looking in smbstatus for the 
opened files.
Also, check that in your script you are not in the mount point of the zip.
Do something like this in your script:
cd /tmp
smbstatus >> /tmp/samba_zip.log
umount /mnt/zip

Oliver


Nathan E. Pralle wrote:

> All,
>
> Problem:  I have a ||port zip drive mounted on our Linux box, shared 
> by Samba to the Winblows network.  I could easily use the 
> "preexec/postexec" to mount it, then eject the disk, but the problem 
> is that linux won't eject the disk (unmount it) while Samba is 
> running.  I first have to kill Samba, then eject.
>
> Well, of course, how do you kill Samba then expect it to run the 
> postexec!  You can't, of course, so I'm up a bit of a creek.
>
> Anyone have a good solution to this one?  I have an office full of 
> ID10T Winblows users that couldn't tell a shell prompt from their 
> earlobe.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Nathan


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there already is a Samba v2.0.8 rpm that came along with the SuSE 7.1 CD.
If you dowloaded it, you can go to
ftp://ftp.suse.com/pub/suse/i386/7.1/suse/contents/

happy hunting...


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Where do I find a version of Samba that will run on SuSE 7.1?  I can only
find Samba for SuSE 6.1 on ftp.samba.org

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Hi ,
I'm running a Windows 2000 and Linux. When I try to run samba I'm getting a
follow error and I'm not able to map my drive:

See bellow:

C:\batch>net use X: \\as836504L\surpass_share /user:as836504L\as836504

error:
C:\Documents and Settings\as836504\Desktop>net use X:
\\as836504L\surpass_share
/user:as836504L\as836504
System error 67 has occurred.

The network name cannot be found.

Do you know what is happening?
If you need more details just e-mail me and I will provide you with more
infoo

My work phone number is 561-923-3840

Thank you very much for your help
Anna Sabeva-Romaniuk

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Help! I'm new to linux and samba. I've spent a couple
of days already searching the web for clues to solve
my problem. My problem:

I've been going through the DIAGNOSIS.txt tests. On
the linux machine, the following works:

smbclient -L xxx

where xxx is either "localhost", "127.0.0.1", or
"10.0.0.10" but not "samba". I have samba assigned to
10.0.0.10 in the /etc/hosts file. I can ping samba.
smbclient -L to Windows 98 also works.

Any clues? What can I check?

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Hi

Unfortunately no. I haven't gotten any responses from any of my
emailing.
What I've done in the meantime is reset passwords to 8 characters or
less
as needed. Hopefully I'll get a response soon.

Dennis

Richard Trott wrote:
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> I'm having the same exact 8-character-limit-on-new-passwords problem and
> haven't been able to solve it.  (security=user, encrypt
> passwords=yes)  If you have found a solution, I would be most grateful if
> you would share it.
> 
> Rich

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Hi

I thought someone might want to know how this worked out for me.
I'm running Sol 2.8 SPARC, Samba 2.2.0 on a test server.

I applied the patches to my samba server source then recompiled and
installed
per the instructions supplied with the patches.

So far, the recycle bin works as described except when you use variables
in the "recycle bin" param.

When I try to use a variable in the "recycle bin" parameter, it does a
literal
interpretation and it creates a new subdirectory named %(whatever). :-)

Here's my test share config in smb.conf:
=============================================
[homes]
comment = User Home Directory
valid users = %S
read only = No
create mask = 0755
case sensitive = No
browseable = No
delete readonly = Yes
recycle bin = /vol02/recyclebin/%S
writeable = Yes
 
[oops]
comment = My Deleted Files
path = /vol02/recyclebin/%S
browseable = Yes
 
[test]
comment = For testing only
path = /vol02/users
read only = no
guest ok = yes
browseable = Yes
=============================================

247 % ll /vol02/recyclebin
total 10
drwxr-xr-x   2 dtm      staff        512 Jun 14 13:52 %S/     <---This
is the directory it created.
drwxr-xr-x   2 dtm      staff        512 Jun 14 13:57 %U/     <---This
is the directory it created
drwxrwxrwx   5 root     staff        512 Jun 14 13:57 ./          when I
used %U instead of %S in
drwxr-xr-x   6 root     root         512 Jun 14 10:17 ../        
"recycle bin =".

Actually, the recycle bin functionality is great if we can get it
to work completely.

Anyone know how I can fix this?

Dennis

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Hello
A basic question
I installed samba 2.2 version . But already samba 2.0.7 version is
installed. If i do rpm -q samba it points to 2.0.7 version. How to uninstall
samba 2.0.7 on my server or point samba 2.2 as my default.

1 more question..... when my linux OS boots
it says
starting atd -----FAILED..
whats this panic..

P.Murugappan



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From: "Damiano G. Preatoni" <prea at uninsubria.it>
To: "Murugappan" <murugappan at hgsolutions.com>; <samba at samba.org>
Sent: Thursday, June 14, 2001 2:40 PM
Subject: Re: samba help pls


> On 14 Jun 2001, at 10:08, Murugappan wrote:
>
> >
> > I have some NT machines and recently purchased a HP NET server. Just
installed
> > Redhat Linux 7.1. I am planning to make my Linux machine as my PDC,File
> > server,Print srever etc..so that usernames and passwords are
authenticated by
> > the Linux server.
>
> Nice idea!
> It's two years I have set up a Compaq ProLiant 1600 dual-PIII as a
> workgroup server, using RH 6.2 and samba 2.0.7 (a BIG thank to
> David Bannon!!!)
>
> > Here in second statement I don't have a bin directory at all under my
> > etc/samba.but blindly I have followed the steps. Is this right.
>                       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>
> Please, you're on a *nix system.
> It's assumed you're aware of what you're doing.
>
> Use the samba 2.0.7 rpm, and everything will be in place.
> David's setup is slightly different, but don't worry.
>
> After installing the RPM, the only thing you should need is ti edit
> /etc/smb.conf
>
>
> > status = yes
> never seen such a line in smb.conf. Remove it.
>
> > workgroup = MYDOMAIN (*)
> here goes your shiny brand new domain name. Mine is UAGB, that
> is the acronym of the research unit where I work.
>
> > wins server = 123.45.67.89 (*)
> remove this also, here goes the IP address of your WINS server (if
> you have any)
>
> > encrypt passwords = yes
> > domain logons =yes
> > domain admin group = @adm
> > guest account = ftp
> > share modes=no
> > os level=65
>
> So far, so good. These are fine.
>
> > [homes]
> > guest ok = no
> > read only = no
> > create mask = 0700
> > directory mask = 0700
> > oplocks = false
> > locking = no
> OK!
>
> > [netlogon]
> > path = /etc/samba/netlogon
> > writeable = no
> > guest ok = no
> >
> > Here is the wins server is my Primary DNS server.
> strange address, you WINS server... IS really 123.45.67.89??? are
> you on a VPN?
>
> >
> > ---------------3) Then started samba by saying samba start.
> > there are 2 processes running smbd and nmbd.
> Right.
> say ps -aux | grep samba and you should see them
>
>
> > ------------4)Next I followed these steps to set up NT clients
> >
> > touch /etc/samba/private/smbpasswd
> the RPM installs under /etc/smbpasswd
>
> > chmod go-rwx /etc/samba/private/smbpasswd
> No! chmod 0600 and chown root.root
>
> > at this stage too I am not sure whats going around...
> :) Hold on!
> >
> > ----------------5) At step 5 the document says the following.
> >
> > Now add an NT machine account,
>
> Here 's the trick:
> AS ROOT:
> you have to create once and forever a group called "workstations"
> (or anything you like, but calling the group which contains all the
> workstations "workstations" is nice)
>
> groupadd workstations
>
> then create the unix machine accounts: assume I have machine1
> and machine2
>
> adduser -g workstations -c 'Workstation number one' -d /dev/null -s
> /bin/false -n machine1$
>
> adduser -g workstations -c 'Workstation number two' -d /dev/null -s
> /bin/false -n machine2$
>
> you said: create an user account belonging to the "workstations"
> group, comment out this username in /etc/passwd with
> "Workstation number one", let the user home directory be the
> empty (/dev/null) and the preferred unix shell be the void
> (/bin/false). Ah, I was forgetting that this user calls machine1$
>
> Now go for the samba part: say
> smbpasswd -a -m machine1
>
> and you enter in /etc/smbpasswd a machibe account (the $ is
> unnecessary here)
>
> Now restart samba, have a cup of coffee and sit in front of a NT
> machine (say, machine1)
>
> - log on as Administrator (the "domain" row of login screen, if
> present, should read the machine name!)
>
> - go to control panel /network, click Change
> -modify the machine name accordingly (this was machine1, isn't it?)
> -choose to join a DOMAIN, and instead of DOMAIN, write your
> domain name (what you wrote at the "workgroup" clause in
> /etc/smb.conf?)
> -don't check "create a machine account" it doesn't helps, that job
> is what you just finished to do on unix before.
>
> -you should see after a while the infamous "Welcome to the <your
> name here> domain"
>
> You're done!!
>
> HTH
>
>
>
>
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Is it possible ot expire passwords?

And does anybody know of away to change the password without directly
interacting with samba server.

Via web interface...or script..
Or simply through windows.


Thanks
SOno

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Well actually an ssl enabled smbclient would be really nice

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Russ Ward wrote:
> 
> Does anyone know of a port of smbclient to windows?

What for?
SMB is native to Windows, so if you want to copy files, you can
just use Explorer or a command prompt, or write a batch file.

-Joe
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On Wed, 13 Jun 2001, Eric Boucher wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I am trying to see all my printers onto the network
> via the "smbclient -NL" client. I did the most simple
> "smb.conf" file that I can do to see all my printers
> but I don't see them. Here is my "smb.conf"
> parameters:
>
> [global]
>
> ...
> ...
> printcap name = /etc/printcap
> printing = bsd

add 'load printers = yes' here.  It should be a global option

> ...
> ...
>
> [printers]
> print ok = yes
> path = /var/spool/samba
> browseable = NO
> load printers = yes








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