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tried to delete this "directory" as it seemed to contain a complete copy
of the users home...

When Windows deletes a directory it first deletes all files in it recursively.
As symbolic links to directories are treated like ordinary directories, all
files in the directory the link points to are deleted! We had to restore
quite a lot of home directories in the last weeks...

Now my idea: Would it be possible (well, of course) to let symbolic links
show up as Shortcuts in Windows? I would prefer smb.conf options to
translate links into shortcuts and perhaps vice versa. This would be superb
for users who work on both systems.

What do you think?

Regards,

Christopher

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dear shankar:
i am working in network administration and i am facing now a problem!!
the situation is that i have two primary controllers domains with operating 
system winnt4
the problem is that i want to do a trust relationship between theese two 
domains through internet!!
so what i have to do to overcome this problem!!
putting in your considiration that i have done it before on the same network 
...so how can i do it via internet!!!
thanks for advice
wait for your reply as soon as possible
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dear :
i am working in network administration and i am facing now a problem!!
the situation is that i have two primary controllers domains with operating 
system winnt4
the problem is that i want to do a trust relationship between theese two 
domains through internet!!
so what i have to do to overcome this problem!!
putting in your considiration that i have done it before on the same network 
...so how can i do it via internet!!!
thanks for advice
wait for your reply as soon as possible
mahmoud mounir
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Use the

userame map = /path/filename

in the global section of your smb.conf and put the followings in that file:

!unixuser1 = "Windows username1"
!unixuser2 = "Windows username2" "Alternate Windows username2" alternatewinname2

etc.

	pz


"mike.roberts" <mike.roberts at elata.com> wrote on 2001. 07. 17. 18:10:43:
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>Is there any way I can map a windows user name (including spaces) to a valid
>unix login name allowing samba to work with HOMES exported?
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I compiled the source, installed it under /opt/samba and can start
it, see both processes, but the file /opt/samba/var/locks/connections.tdb
increases very fast (until the filesystem is full ;-( )

-rw-r--r--    1 root     root     119283712 Jul 16 16:12 connections.tdb

the smb.conf file is `normal' i think, but here are all (non-comment)
lines:
[global]
  workgroup = TEAS
  server string = Samba Server
  hosts allow = 193.168.2. 127.
  follow symlinks = no
  load printers = yes
  printcap name = lpstat
  printing = hpux
  log file = /opt/samba/var/log.%m
  max log size = 50
  security = user
  encrypt passwords = yes
  socket options = TCP_NODELAY
  dns proxy no
[homes]
  comment = Your Home Directory @ the UNIX CAE-server
  browseable = no
  public = no
  writable = yes
[CAD-group]
  comment = global CAD-group Directory @ the UNIX CAE-server
  browsable = no
  path = /mnt/w14
  public = no
  writable = yes

Can anyone tell me what to do against this increase?
Is there any error in the smb.conf file (which workd for samba 2.0.10)?

I didn't find very much about the connections.tdb-file: what is for,
if it's needed, if there is a configuration option to suppress this
output, what is in this file (maybe all `open' connections?) or how to
read it ...


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Hi,

I would like to use the Samba's built in ACL support.
Is it enough to compile with the --with-acl-support or I need to
install some other things (ACL support patch for the kernel, etc.) ?
Is the ACL support built into the Linux kernel (2.3.6) ?

Thanks

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Dear all

Could anyone point me in the right direction for eliminating the attempts to
cd to /root/tmp.  Excerpt from a log follows:

[2001/06/29 15:39:44, 1] smbd/service.c:make_connection(638)
  mailsweeper (172.16.12.4) connect to service cid as user admin (uid=515,
gid=515) (pid 20055)
[2001/06/29 15:39:44, 1] smbd/reply.c:reply_sesssetup_and_X(1037)
  Username default is invalid on this system
[2001/06/29 15:39:44, 1] smbd/reply.c:reply_sesssetup_and_X(1037)
  Username default is invalid on this system
[2001/06/29 15:39:44, 0] smbd/service.c:make_connection(592)
  mailsweeper (172.16.12.4) Can't change directory to /root/tmp (Permission
denied)

<<last message repeats several times>>

I am happy with the "Username default" errors - that's (sort of) by design but
for some reason all my clients try to do a lot of cd'ing to /root/tmp. I've
gone through SWAT's "Full View" to see if there is anything that specifies
this but there isn't.  Presumably there is a reason for wanting a temp
directory but I'd rather not open root's up to all-comers !

If nothing else the saving in log file space for the 3,500 clients would be
handy ...

Cheers
Jon Gerdes
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Good morning,

	Would someone be kind enough to let me know how
to configure the Samba server to support Challenge-Handshake
Authentication protocol (CHAP) password encryption ?
	Our Windows 98 clients get "Incorrect password"
errors at connection time.
	
	Many thanks.

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Hello everybody,

I'm using Samba 2.2.1 on AIX 4.3.2 with "security = DOMAIN" activated.
All users are authenticated by a NT 4.0 PDC and exist also into /etc/passwd
of my Samba Server. Everything is working fine.

My question is should I also add the users to smbpasswd and why ? 

Thanks

-SK-

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Hello ,

Can I get some manual hoe to configure samba in my LINUX m/c and related
commands Can I get some manual hoe to configure samba in my LINUX m/c and
related
commands .to share filesystems from and to different OS( Unix, Windows ,
AIX )</P>
U'r help will be really appreciated .Thanks.
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On Tue, 17 Jul 2001 22:26, David Delaney wrote:
> Good morning,
Evening.. :)

> 	Would someone be kind enough to let me know how
> to configure the Samba server to support Challenge-Handshake
> Authentication protocol (CHAP) password encryption ?
> 	Our Windows 98 clients get "Incorrect password"
> errors at connection time.

You may find you need to apply the Win98_PlainPassword.reg if you havn't done 
so already.. 

- ----- Win98_PlainPassword.reg ---------
REGEDIT4

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\VxD\VNETSUP]
"EnablePlainTextPassword"=dword:00000001
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Hi Oliver,
I did $ netstat -tpn | grep 139 and nothing was returned.  I even did just =
a netstat and looked through the list.  Nothing is running there.
When I try  the /etc/init.d/smb stop (or start) it will not work because =
there is no smb in that directory or any other.  When I go to SWAT, just =
after booting the machine, neither SMBD nor NMBD are running.  From there, =
I can start NMBD but SMBD will not start and that is where I get the error =
from.
Thanks for your help, I really appreciate it.  Do you have any other =
suggestions for me?
Dave

>>> "Oliver Schulze L." <oliver at samera.com.py> 07/16/01 11:27AM >>>
Do you have a running smbd?
$ netstat -tpn | grep 139
will tell you.

Do a
/etc/init.d/smb stop
several times and the start it again.
You should also check if you are running smb from [x]inetd

hth
Oliver

Dave Peat wrote:

>Hello,
>I have had SAMBA 2.2 working on Mandrake 8.0 for several weeks not, but =
we =3D
>had a power outtage over the weekend and I can't get the SMBD running.  =
=3D
>NMBD will start fine.  Here is a copy of the error from the logs.
>Can somebody point me in the right direction?
>
>Thanks,
>Dave
>
>[2001/07/16 06:51:02, 0] lib/util_sock.c:open_socket_in(857) bind failed =
=3D
>on port 139 socket_addr=3D3D0.0.0.0 (Address already in use)
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In working with another problem (VMWARE) I was reading throught some =
configuration documentation and realized that I think when I set up VMWARE =
it asked me something about using SAMBA for file sharing.  This may be =
where my problem lies...

Dave Peat wrote:

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=3D
we =3D3D
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=3D
=3D3D
>NMBD will start fine.  Here is a copy of the error from the logs.
>Can somebody point me in the right direction?
>
>Thanks,
>Dave
>
>[2001/07/16 06:51:02, 0] lib/util_sock.c:open_socket_in(857) bind failed =
=3D
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On Mandrake Linux 8.0 I have
Kernel 2.4.3 with XFS -1.0 patches
ACL's are working fine on XFS partitions using the chacls command line
utility

But Samba 2.2.1a configure with --with-acl-support ends up:

checking whether to support ACLs... 
checking for acl_get_file in -lacl... (cached) no
checking for ACL support... (cached) no

I note that when a similar problem was reported earlier, a reply
archived at
http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=samba&r=1&w=2&b=200107
quoted this output:
checking whether to support ACLs... 
checking for acl_get_file in -lacl... yes
checking for ACL support... no
checking for XFS ACL support... yes
Using XFS ACLs

But I can't see anything in the version of configure I have that could
generate those last two lines of output

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Log.smbd:
[2001/07/17 04:23:11, 0] passdb/smbpass.c:startsmbfilepwent_internal(87)
  startsmbfilepwent_internal: unable to open file
/usr/local/samba/private/smbpasswd. Error was Permission denied

Running Linux Debian 2.4.7pre6
& samba 2.2.1a

I get that error when im trying to join the PDC from an Windows 2000
With OUT SP!

Smbd & nmbd started by root .. 
-rw-------    1 root     root          763 Jul 17 04:20 smbpasswd

/usr/local/samba/private/smbpasswd  exists

I've tryed chmod it to 777, but it change the mode back when I try to
join the domain.
Smb.conf:

[global]

#NetBIOS name isn't needed if it's the same as the hostname netbios name
= GOZFAND workgroup = DEBIAN server string = interfaces = 192.168.0.1/24
127.0.0.1/8 socket options = TCP_NODELAY IPTOS_LOWDELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192
SO_SNDBUF=8192

log level = 1
read raw = yes
write raw = yes
oplocks = yes
max xmit = 65535
dead time = 15
getwd cache = yes

#Domain controllers use user security and we need encrypted #passwords
(see ENCRYPTION.txt) security = user domain logons = yes encrypt
passwords = yes update encrypted = yes

#And in order for us to be *sure* to win browser elections
os level = 99
domain master = yes
preferred master = yes
local master = yes

#WINS is the equivalent of DNS for NetBIOS.
dns proxy = no
wins support = yes
time server = yes

logon script = %U.bat
logon drive = M:
logon home = \\GOZFAND\%U
logon path = \\GOZFAND\profile\%U

Anyone know whats wrong?

Thanks!!
Fredrik Falk

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Hi there.
I have some problem with the samba 2.2.1a and windows clients.
When I try to connect me to the server, it appear the following error on the
client:
The server is not configured for transaction.


On the log file on the server appear the entry that the user doesn4t have
access to /root/tmp (permission denied)

What is wrong?

I use Mandrake 8.0 and windows 98SE or W2K SP2 as clients..

Thanks a lot

Plasa

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On Tue, 17 Jul 2001, Dragos Delcea wrote:

> hello,
>
> I don't get it : I follow the indications in the README from
> source/nsswitch/ directory, but make gives me that message and doesn't
> compile anything; there is no nsswitch/libnss_wins.so (samba 2.2.1) to
> copy I looked in the main Makefile and there are some pieces about
> nsswitch target commented...

Should use

	make nsswitch/lib_wins.so

'make nsswitch' only checks the timestamp on the dircetory.






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On Tue, 17 Jul 2001, Zoltan Perhacs wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I would like to use the Samba's built in ACL support.
> Is it enough to compile with the --with-acl-support or I need to
> install some other things (ACL support patch for the kernel, etc.) ?
> Is the ACL support built into the Linux kernel (2.3.6) ?

You need one of the ACL patches for your kernel.  Either the XFS
stuff or the POSIX acl patch from http://acl.bestbits.at/

Then enable --with-acl-support when you compile Samba.





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On Tue, 17 Jul 2001, David Delaney wrote:

> Good morning,
>
> 	Would someone be kind enough to let me know how
> to configure the Samba server to support Challenge-Handshake
> Authentication protocol (CHAP) password encryption ?
> 	Our Windows 98 clients get "Incorrect password"
> errors at connection time.

See the Encryption chapter in the Samba-HOWTO-Collection.pdf






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On Tue, 17 Jul 2001, Michael Beddow wrote:

> On Mandrake Linux 8.0 I have
> Kernel 2.4.3 with XFS -1.0 patches
> ACL's are working fine on XFS partitions using the chacls command line
> utility
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> But Samba 2.2.1a configure with --with-acl-support ends up:
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> checking whether to support ACLs...
> checking for acl_get_file in -lacl... (cached) no
> checking for ACL support... (cached) no

did you remove the config.cache file prior to running configure?








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Does editing file and directory permissions from NT 4.0 explorer work in
2.2.1a? I'm having trouble with it and I'm wondering if this is a known
issue or a problem with my configuration.

My setup is Samba 2.2.1a and winbindd from HEAD (not the most recent CVS,
but the most recent one I could get to work properly...groups have been
broken in more recent ones.)  The OS is RedHat Linux 7.1, with kernel
version 2.4.5 and ext2 ACL patches.  Authentication to the NT domain
controller works properly, and Linux can work with the NT users and groups
properly, so winbindd appears to be working fine.  I can edit the ACLs with
getfacl and setfacl, and the changes show up properly in NT explorer, but
any changes I make in NT explorer are ignored.  I get errors like the
following in my log.smbd:

[2001/07/17 09:11:25, 0] smbd/posix_acls.c:create_canon_ace_lists(747)
  create_canon_ace_lists: unable to map SID
S-1-5-21-86195882-1589917278-758854815-513 to uid or gid.

Is this a problem with my setup, or a Samba issue?  Is there a necessary
step to integrate Samba 2.2.1a with winbindd that I overlooked?

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Gerald Carter wrote:
> 
> On Tue, 17 Jul 2001, Dragos Delcea wrote:
> 
> > hello,
> >
> > I don't get it : I follow the indications in the README from
> > source/nsswitch/ directory, but make gives me that message and doesn't
> > compile anything; there is no nsswitch/libnss_wins.so (samba 2.2.1) to
> > copy I looked in the main Makefile and there are some pieces about
> > nsswitch target commented...
> 
> Should use
> 
>         make nsswitch/lib_wins.so
> 
> 'make nsswitch' only checks the timestamp on the dircetory.
> 
> cheers, jerry

hello jerry,

I figured out from the Makefile; it's:

#make nsswitch/libnss_wins.so

anyway, thanks

dragos

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Hi,

may be that this question was treated in former times.

up to now we are using the samba suite 1.9.17p2. 

Amongst others there is a functionality implemented to send winpopup
messages to windows users who are logged onto the NT-Network.

We are using the usual taken construct: smbclient -M <username> ... which
ist working properly    --  for this version

Playing around with version 2.2.0 shows, that smbclient is now able to send
winpopup-messages only to machines, which has registered its name with the
server-suffix (0x20). 

debug messages (level 3) are looking like this:

Client started (version 2.2.0).
resolve_lmhosts: Attempting lmhosts lookup for name nzz0370<0x20>
resolve_hosts: Attempting host lookup for name nzz0370<0x20>
resolve_wins: Attempting wins lookup for name nzz0370<0x20>
resolve_wins: WINS server resolution selected and no WINS servers listed.
name_resolve_bcast: Attempting broadcast lookup for name nzz0370<0x20>
bind succeeded on port 0
socket option SO_KEEPALIVE = 0
...
socket option SO_RCVTIMEO = 0
Connection to nzz0370 failed
...

this  example cannot work because (in this case nzz0370) is a (windows
network) user id, which will be registered (only once in the entire network)
with suffix 0x03 (messenger service) in the netbios name table.

what was the motivation to use smbclient's message functionality only in
conjunction with the server services instead of the messenger service ?

are the any workaround to get the former functionality (send winpopups to
the messenger services --- netbios suffix x03) working?

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>    I was wondering if there was a way to deny Windoze workstations to delete 
> files but allowing them to write to the files(as in a save), how can I do 
> this?

Set the permissions of the parent directory where the file(s) is/are located so 
that the user(s) will not have write permissions either by setting ownership to 
someone other then the user with chown, or by changing the mode with chmod.  
Then give write permissions on the file inside the directory.  They won't be 
able to create any new files, rename it, or delete it, however they can make 
changes to the file (save).  This might work depending on which application the 
user is using to open and edit the file.  For instance, Microsoft word likes to 
create a backup file in the same directory as the file, and this wouldn't work 
for that because the user would not have permissions to create the backup file 
when opening the existing file, even though it would let them open the file, 
when they went to save the changes, they would get an error.

Hope that helps,

Arnold Andrews

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hi everybody,
I4ve a big problem with samba 2.0.5 and ms-access:
when somebody changes a part of the database other user are not able to
see the changes until they restart their access-client.
what must I do now? I4ve disabled locking but nothing has changed...
Please help!!!

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Hi,
If you are using security=domain, AND your domain controller is actually 
successfully authenticating all your users, you should'nt need to add them
to smbpasswd. smbpasswd will only be checked in Domain level security IF
the domain controller fails to authenticate a user (sort of like windows NT
checking for a 'local' user on the machine, if the user is not in the domain
user database).
Hope this helps,
Don

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Hello everybody,

I'm using Samba 2.2.1 on AIX 4.3.2 with "security = DOMAIN" activated.
All users are authenticated by a NT 4.0 PDC and exist also into /etc/passwd
of my Samba Server. Everything is working fine.

My question is should I also add the users to smbpasswd and why ? 

Thanks

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Hi All,

I've got a question regarding a failover for the SUN
unix boxes.

I have 2 boxes running SUN solaris unix connecting to
a RAID. I am using samba version 2.0.3.

Both boxes are running samba process when the system
is functioning. Eg. Box A may run smb.conf, exporting
XX directory from the RAID. Box B may run smb.conf,
exporting YY directory from the RAID. 

When the A box fails, I would like the samba process
from the A box to failover to the B box. Hence, there
will be 2 samba processes running. If the A box is
fixed, of course, the B box should stop running the A
box samba and let the A box run its own samba process.

Similarly, if the B box fails, the samba process from
B box will failover to the A box and will be similar
to the above description.

Can a single SUN solaris box runs 2 samba process?
If yes, can you tell me how to do it in details?

Truly apprceciate any help,
thanks
maybelline

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Hi.  Quick question.  Everything is working great with Samba ... I have =
completed the connection part of the set-up and am ready to set-up and =
maintain shares on the UNIX box.  I have 2 questions:

1)    When I browse in Windows 2000 Explorer, I see the share (and its =
subdirectories) that I mapped from my UNIX box - however, when I attempt =
to create directories and or files, the system returns an error (please =
see attachment -keep in mind that DEV-US1 is my UNIX box).

2)    How do I 'share' files/directories on my UNIX box (DEV-US1)?

Thank you for all of your assistance,
Rich Bowell, Jr.

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hello i have a problem with samba 2.0.10 running on Sun Solaris 7
samba is blocked often with no particular reason.

more log.0.0.0.0
[2001/07/17 15:48:58, 1] smbd/files.c:file_init(216)
  file_init: Information only: requested 10000 open files, 1014 are
available.
[2001/07/17 15:49:32, 1] smbd/files.c:file_init(216)
  file_init: Information only: requested 10000 open files, 1014 are
available.
[2001/07/17 15:53:25, 0] lib/util_sock.c:client_addr(1045)
  getpeername failed. Error was Bad file number
[2001/07/17 15:53:25, 0] lib/util_sock.c:client_addr(1045)
  getpeername failed. Error was Bad file number
[2001/07/17 15:56:32, 0] lib/util_sock.c:client_addr(1045)

thanks for any help

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Universite Michel de Montaigne Bordeaux 3

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Thanks for your response!

Autofs was suggested by one another gentleman, I have looked
at it and found that I can't use it. The requirement that I have is
to be able to use user's login info (user id, password, gid, uid, etc
available from the application) to do an smbfs mount.

Autofs needs apriori knowledge of the mount points and requires
that you setup these mount points in a config file.

I am now mounting these from with in the application, however
due to change in use id (perhaps from root to logging in user's id)
during the life of application, I have trouble unmounting upon exit
of the application. I am trying to have a cron job scheduled to look
at all the non-/etc/fstab mount points and try unmounting them on
a periodic basis. I hope this has no adverse side effects.

Thanks
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Seva

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> On Mon, 9 Jul 2001, Seva Adari wrote:
>
> > Hi,
> >
> > I am trying to provide FTP access to windows NT box via Linux.
> > Please grant me the reasons for doing so!
> >
> > The dilemma that I have is, should I pre-mount the user's NT
> > dir on Linux such that when they ftp they have access to their
> > dir right away, or should I mount them when they login and
> > unmount when they logout.
> >
> > The system could theoretically have few thousand users accessing
> > it simultaneously, practically though I would expect no more than
> > a hundred simultaneously user logins under extreme conditions. In
> > either case, from resource and performance point of view, which is
> > the best route to take: Pre-mount or realtime mounting? What are
> > the considerations for going either route?
> >
> > If any one tried something along these lines, I would like to hear their
> >
> > comments and experience.
>
> Autofs will do this. Once setup it just sits there automagically mounting and umounting
> filesystems very happily.
>
> HTH,
>
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Hi!

I have problem mapping a Linux-machine running samba 2.2.1a from a Win2K Pro.
I get a msg-box saying "The account is unauthorized to log in from this
station"...
I can log in using the smbclient tool...

Any ideas?
I've searched the archives but couldn't find my answer there.

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Hi!
  I have a problem when trying to change password with smbpasswd
  Here's the scenario
	
  OS: HP-UX 10.20
  Accounts managed with NIS
  Samba version: 2.2.0
  Security = user

  When trying to change smbpasswd logged as any user, the message I get is

machine 127.0.0.1 rejected the session setup. Error was : ERRSRV - ERRbadpw (Bad password - name/psword pair in a Tree Connect or Session Setup are invalid.).                                      
Failed to change password for user_1
	
  Anyway, when I do it as root I don't have problems with it. I put "log level = 50" to see what happens and compare it with the root action. The after input the new password are absolutely diferent from each other. 
Here's the ouput when trying to change as user user_1 after the new passw. input
Connecting to 127.0.0.1 at port 139                                              
socket option SO_KEEPALIVE = 0                                                   
socket option SO_REUSEADDR = 0                                      
socket option SO_BROADCAST = 0                                      
socket option TCP_NODELAY = 4                                       
socket option IPTOS_LOWDELAY = 0                                    
socket option IPTOS_THROUGHPUT = 0                                  
socket option SO_REUSEPORT = 0                                      
socket option SO_SNDBUF = 32768                                     
socket option SO_RCVBUF = 32768                                     
socket option SO_SNDLOWAT = 0                                       
socket option SO_RCVLOWAT = 0                                       
socket option SO_SNDTIMEO = 0                                       
socket option SO_RCVTIMEO = 0                                       
write_socket(3,76)                                                  
write_socket(3,76) wrote 76                                         
Sent session request                                                
got smb length of 0                                                 
size=0                                                              
smb_com=0x0                                                         
smb_rcls=0                                                          
smb_reh=0                                                           
smb_err=0                                                           
smb_flg=0                                                           
smb_flg2=0                                                          
smb_tid=0                                                           
smb_pid=0                                                           
smb_uid=0                                                           
smb_mid=0                                                           
smt_wct=0                                                           
smb_bcc=0                                                           
write_socket(3,168)                                                                 
write_socket(3,168) wrote 168                                                       
got smb length of 78                                                                
size=78                                                                             
smb_com=0x72                                                                        
smb_rcls=0                                                                          
smb_reh=0                                                                           
smb_err=0                                                                           
smb_flg=136                                                                         
smb_flg2=1                                                                          
smb_tid=0                                                                           
smb_pid=10002                                                                       
smb_uid=0                                                                           
smb_mid=1                                                                           
smt_wct=17                                                                          
smb_vwv[0]=6 (0x6)                                                                  
smb_vwv[1]=12803 (0x3203)                                                           
smb_vwv[2]=256 (0x100)                                                              
smb_vwv[3]=65280 (0xFF00)                                                           
smb_vwv[4]=255 (0xFF)                                                               
smb_vwv[5]=0 (0x0)                                                                  
smb_vwv[6]=256 (0x100)                                                              
smb_vwv[7]=7168 (0x1C00)                                                            
smb_vwv[8]=39 (0x27)                                                                
smb_vwv[9]=33024 (0x8100)                                                           
smb_vwv[10]=3 (0x3)                                                                 
smb_vwv[11]=0 (0x0)                                                                 
smb_vwv[12]=57569 (0xE0E1)                                                          
smb_vwv[13]=55083 (0xD72B)         
[000] 08 28 BC 94 DA 15 72 E0  00                       .(....r. .                                 
size=78                                                                                            
smb_com=0x72                                                                                       
smb_rcls=0                                                                                         
smb_reh=0                                                                                          
smb_err=0                                                                                          
smb_flg=136                                                                                        
smb_flg2=1                                                                                         
smb_tid=0                                                                                          
smb_pid=10002                                                                                      
smb_uid=0                                                                                          
smb_mid=1                                                                                          
smt_wct=17                                                                                         
smb_vwv[0]=6 (0x6)                                                                                 
smb_vwv[1]=12803 (0x3203)                                                                          
smb_vwv[2]=256 (0x100)                                                                             
smb_vwv[3]=65280 (0xFF00)                                                                          
smb_vwv[4]=255 (0xFF)                                                                              
smb_vwv[5]=0 (0x0)                                                                                 
smb_vwv[6]=256 (0x100)                                                                             
smb_vwv[7]=7168 (0x1C00)                                                                           
smb_vwv[8]=39 (0x27)                                                                               
smb_vwv[9]=33024 (0x8100)                                                                          
smb_vwv[10]=3 (0x3)                                                                                
smb_vwv[11]=0 (0x0)                                                                                
smb_vwv[12]=57569 (0xE0E1)                                                                         
smb_vwv[13]=55083 (0xD72B)                                                                         
smb_vwv[14]=49422 (0xC10E)                                                                         
smb_vwv[15]=46081 (0xB401)                                                                         
smb_vwv[16]=2048 (0x800)                                                                           
smb_bcc=9                                                                                          
[000] 08 28 BC 94 DA 15 72 E0  00                       .(....r. .                                 
write_socket(3,78)                                                                                 
write_socket(3,78) wrote 78                                                                        
got smb length of 35                                                                               
size=35                                                                                            
smb_com=0x73                                                                                       
smb_rcls=2                                                                                         
smb_reh=0                                                                                          
smb_err=2                                                                                          
smb_flg=136                                                                                        
smb_flg2=1                                                                                         
smb_tid=0                                                                                          
smb_pid=10002                                                                                      
smb_uid=0                                                                                          
smb_mid=1                                                                                          
smt_wct=0                                                                                          
smb_bcc=0                                                                                          
size=35                                                                                            
smb_com=0x73                                                                                       
smb_rcls=2                                                                                         
smb_reh=0                                                                                          
smb_err=2                                                                                          
smb_flg=136                                                                                        
smb_flg2=1                                                                                         
smb_tid=0                                                                                          
smb_pid=10002                                                                                      
smb_uid=0                                                                                          
smb_mid=1                                                                                          
smt_wct=0                                                                                          
smb_bcc=0                                                                                          
machine 127.0.0.1 rejected the session setup. Error was : ERRSRV - ERRbadpw (Bad password - name/pasword pair in a Tree Connect or Session Setup are invalid.).                                       
Failed to change password for user_1

Can anybody give an idea of what's going on??
Thanks,

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mailto:Viviana.Basso at motorola.com	
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On Tue, 17 Jul 2001, Seva Adari wrote:

> Thanks for your response!
>
> Autofs was suggested by one another gentleman, I have looked
> at it and found that I can't use it. The requirement that I have is
> to be able to use user's login info (user id, password, gid, uid, etc
> available from the application) to do an smbfs mount.
>
> Autofs needs apriori knowledge of the mount points and requires
> that you setup these mount points in a config file.

Yes and no. Can you tolerate knowint the machine name and drive letter to allow the mounts?
For instance I have things set up here to be able to do "cd /winbloze/d" will mount the
d drive on a machine named winbloze. From there you can traverse any directory on the d drive.
In my maps I have entries for each machine with an entry for each physical drive. As far as
uid gid stuff you can do what ever samba will allow. Autofs is capable of passing any parameter
available to smbmount. What else do you need?

> I am now mounting these from with in the application, however
> due to change in use id (perhaps from root to logging in user's id)
> during the life of application, I have trouble unmounting upon exit
> of the application. I am trying to have a cron job scheduled to look
> at all the non-/etc/fstab mount points and try unmounting them on
> a periodic basis. I hope this has no adverse side effects.

Bleech too crude and too much work to administer.

If you need examples for above tell me exactly what you need and I will try to help.

HTH,

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Andrew Bartlett wrote: 
> Nikola Milutinovic wrote:
> > 
> > Hi all.
> > 
> > Is anyone using Samba 2.2.x with SSL support?
> 
> Nope.  Occasionaly I attempt to keep us compiling --with-ssl, but I
> don't think anybody actualy tests it.  (I might add some tests to the
> build farm soon).

I sent out a patch to build samba with recent releases of OpenSSL to
samba at samba.org (as instructed per BUGS.txt) yesterday.

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	Lutz
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Tom Diehl wrote:

> On Tue, 17 Jul 2001, Seva Adari wrote:
>
> > Thanks for your response!
> >
> > Autofs was suggested by one another gentleman, I have looked
> > at it and found that I can't use it. The requirement that I have is
> > to be able to use user's login info (user id, password, gid, uid, etc
> > available from the application) to do an smbfs mount.
> >
> > Autofs needs apriori knowledge of the mount points and requires
> > that you setup these mount points in a config file.
>
> Yes and no. Can you tolerate knowint the machine name and drive letter to allow the mounts?
> For instance I have things set up here to be able to do "cd /winbloze/d" will mount the
> d drive on a machine named winbloze. From there you can traverse any directory on the d drive.
> In my maps I have entries for each machine with an entry for each physical drive. As far as
> uid gid stuff you can do what ever samba will allow. Autofs is capable of passing any parameter
> available to smbmount. What else do you need?
>

May be I didn't paraphrase my requirement properly. Let me go into
little more detail. We have users whose authentication info comes from
ldap. They can right now change their password available on the ldap
as and when they please. We have dir shares on windows with
permissions for access set to specific users, as a result of this,
when we mount these on linux, we have to mount as user using the
user info such as, user id, password, uid and gid coming from ldap.

Since we support multiple domains, our ldap tree fans out differently
and hence the dn is constructed on the fly during the login using
information made available during the login. We use this dn to log
user in and then access his/her info. This is where our trouble is.
For a mount point we can't upfront decide as which user to mount
against!

>
> > I am now mounting these from with in the application, however
> > due to change in use id (perhaps from root to logging in user's id)
> > during the life of application, I have trouble unmounting upon exit
> > of the application. I am trying to have a cron job scheduled to look
> > at all the non-/etc/fstab mount points and try unmounting them on
> > a periodic basis. I hope this has no adverse side effects.
>
> Bleech too crude and too much work to administer.
>

Its crude all right, I doubt if there is too much to administer once setup,
just as autofs.

>
> If you need examples for above tell me exactly what you need and I will try to help.
>

If you have any urls to share please do, if I could avoid reinventing the
wheel I would rather do that.

>
> HTH,
>
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>                         Any Idea Where They're Going.

Thanks
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On Tue, Jul 17, 2001 at 12:06:24PM -0400, Tom Diehl wrote:
> On Tue, 17 Jul 2001, Seva Adari wrote:
> 
> > Thanks for your response!
> >
> > Autofs was suggested by one another gentleman, I have looked
> > at it and found that I can't use it. The requirement that I have is
> > to be able to use user's login info (user id, password, gid, uid, etc
> > available from the application) to do an smbfs mount.
> >
> > Autofs needs apriori knowledge of the mount points and requires
> > that you setup these mount points in a config file.
> 
> Yes and no. Can you tolerate knowint the machine name and drive letter to allow the mounts?
> For instance I have things set up here to be able to do "cd /winbloze/d" will mount the
> d drive on a machine named winbloze. From there you can traverse any directory on the d drive.
> In my maps I have entries for each machine with an entry for each physical drive. As far as
> uid gid stuff you can do what ever samba will allow. Autofs is capable of passing any parameter
> available to smbmount. What else do you need?
>

He needs to have the smbfs mount use the user's uid for the mount to
be able to account which user is causing activity on the win32 box.

I believe you can have autofs run a script to do processing of the
mount and unmounting.  I don't know what is passed to it.  It's in the
manual though.

> > I am now mounting these from with in the application, however
> > due to change in use id (perhaps from root to logging in user's id)
> > during the life of application, I have trouble unmounting upon exit
> > of the application. I am trying to have a cron job scheduled to look
> > at all the non-/etc/fstab mount points and try unmounting them on
> > a periodic basis. I hope this has no adverse side effects.
> 
> Bleech too crude and too much work to administer.
> 
> If you need examples for above tell me exactly what you need and I will try to help.

Check out the script feature of autofs to see if that will do what you
need.

Mike

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L.S.,

I've been struggling to print with Intel InBusiness print stations. These
stations are labeled as "for use with Windows only" by Intel.
I found out that they emulate a Windows machine exporting two printer
shares, one for each connector. The NetBIOS name of the stations is the
Device ID, and the shares are //device_id/Printer1 and //device_id/Printer2
I tried to print to these shares with smbclient's print command, but
received various errors.
Some reverse-engineering (tcpdump is your  friend :-) ) showed that you have
to specify a remote filename of DEV\LPT1 (or  DEV\LPT2 for the 2nd share -
haven't tested that), and that SMB_COM_WRITE (0x0B)  must be used to write
to the share. Smbclient uses WRITE_COM_ANDX (0x2F). This doesn't return an
error, but garbles the print data.
I've patched smbclient to support this. I implemented a new option (-H)
which will direct smbclient to write using SMB_COM_WRITE. The put command
can now be used to print to the InBusiness stations. The print command won't
work because it doesn't support specifying a remote filename.With this hack
and a CUPS backend script, my server now exports 3 printers, connected to
these stations, and I'm happy :-)
I was wondering if this new feature of smbclient can be incorporated in the
official SAMBA distribution, so that I don't need to patch smbclient for
each new release. I doubt that the new -H option is the best way to do that,
it just happened to be a quick and easy way to solve my problem.

The patch used was:

--- client.c Fri Jul  6 04:01:20 2001
+++ /home/wim/cvs/samba/source/client/client.c Mon Jul  9 16:33:41 2001
@@ -79,6 +79,7 @@
 BOOL prompt = True;

 int printmode = 1;
+BOOL inBusiness_hack = False;

 static BOOL recurse = False;
 BOOL lowercase = False;
@@ -1031,8 +1032,10 @@
    DEBUG(0,("Error reading local file: %s\n", strerror(errno) ));
    break;
   }
-
-  ret = cli_write(cli, fnum, 0, buf, nread, n);
+  if (inBusiness_hack)
+      ret = cli_smbwrite(cli, fnum, buf, nread, n);
+  else
+      ret = cli_write(cli, fnum, 0, buf, nread, n);

   if (n != ret) {
    DEBUG(0,("Error writing file: %s\n", cli_errstr(cli)));
@@ -2415,7 +2418,7 @@
  }

  while ((opt =
-  getopt(argc, argv,"s:O:R:M:i:Nn:d:Pp:l:hI:EU:L:t:m:W:T:D:c:b:A:")) !=
EOF) {
+  getopt(argc, argv,"s:O:R:M:i:Nn:d:Pp:l:hI:EU:L:t:m:W:T:D:c:b:A:H")) !=
EOF) {
   switch (opt) {
   case 's':
    pstrcpy(servicesf, optarg);
@@ -2571,6 +2574,9 @@
    break;
   case 'b':
    io_bufsize = MAX(1, atoi(optarg));
+   break;
+  case 'H':
+   inBusiness_hack = True;
    break;
   default:
    usage(pname);

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   Hello  Friends


      I  have  installed  samba on  HPUX 10.20  system.

       After  every  1  OR  2  hours  the  /usr/local  file  system  gets   
filled  up  because  of  a  file in  /usr/local/samba/var/locks.

      The  file  name  is  "connections.tdb"  .

       Every  time  I  have  to  remove  this  file  manually  and   have  
to  restart  the  daemons.

        I  would  appreciate  if  some body  can  help  me  out  of  this   
problem.



       Thanks
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On Tuesday, July 17, 2001 5.13 PM
Gerald Carter wrote
>
> I haven't played with the XFS stuff much.  However, my understanding
> is that you need to have the latest XFS code as they changed the
> interfaces some to make it more POSIX like.
>

I do have the latest release version, but I don't want to get involved
with development CVS drops.

Guess I'll have to forget about XFS ACL's under Samba, for now at least.

Thanks for all your help.

Michael


> >
> > > Check config.log for why this is failing.  I'll bet its a linking
> > > problem.
> >
> > OK I checked the log, and it was failing to find sys/acl.h.
> >
> > I found acl.h in my linux include directory, checked it was
> > the SGI XGS version, not the POSIX one, and copied it
> > to my system /include/sys directory.
>

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I am using SAMBA version 2.2.0 and Mandrake 8.0.
Dave

>>> "Oliver Schulze L." <oliver at samera.com.py> 07/17/01 07:08AM >>>
Hi Dave,
with distribution of Linux and what samba are you using?
Also, send a:
$ rpm -qa | grep samba

Oliver


Dave Peat wrote:

Hi Oliver,
I did $ netstat -tpn | grep 139 and nothing was returned.  I even did just =
a netstat and looked through the list.  Nothing is running there.
When I try  the /etc/init.d/smb stop (or start) it will not work because =
there is no smb in that directory or any other.  When I go to SWAT, just =
after booting the machine, neither SMBD nor NMBD are running.  From there, =
I can start NMBD but SMBD will not start and that is where I get the error =
from.
Thanks for your help, I really appreciate it.  Do you have any other =
suggestions for me?
Dave

>>> "Oliver Schulze L." <oliver at samera.com.py> 07/16/01 11:27AM >>>
Do you have a running smbd?
$ netstat -tpn | grep 139
will tell you.

Do a
/etc/init.d/smb stop
several times and the start it again.
You should also check if you are running smb from [x]inetd

hth
Oliver

Dave Peat wrote:

>Hello,
>I have had SAMBA 2.2 working on Mandrake 8.0 for several weeks not, but =
we =3D
>had a power outtage over the weekend and I can't get the SMBD running.  =
=3D
>NMBD will start fine.  Here is a copy of the error from the logs.
>Can somebody point me in the right direction?
>
>Thanks,
>Dave
>
>[2001/07/16 06:51:02, 0] lib/util_sock.c:open_socket_in(857) bind failed =
=3D
>on port 139 socket_addr=3D3D0.0.0.0 (Address already in use)
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look what version of samba you have installed.
If you installed the samba.rpm from samba.org, you have to uninstall
the three samba rpm that you have in RedHat/Mandrake.

Uninstall all that appear in:
$ rpm -qa | grep samba
and the do a fresh install of the samba.rpm you downloaded for RedHat 7.1
or Mandrake 8.0

Good luck
Oliver



Dave Peat wrote:

>Hi Oliver,
>I did $ netstat -tpn | grep 139 and nothing was returned.  I even did just =
>a netstat and looked through the list.  Nothing is running there.
>When I try  the /etc/init.d/smb stop (or start) it will not work because =
>there is no smb in that directory or any other.  When I go to SWAT, just =
>after booting the machine, neither SMBD nor NMBD are running.  From there, =
>I can start NMBD but SMBD will not start and that is where I get the error =
>from.
>Thanks for your help, I really appreciate it.  Do you have any other =
>suggestions for me?
>Dave
>
>>>>"Oliver Schulze L." <oliver at samera.com.py> 07/16/01 11:27AM >>>
>>>>
>Do you have a running smbd?
>$ netstat -tpn | grep 139
>will tell you.
>
>Do a
>/etc/init.d/smb stop
>several times and the start it again.
>You should also check if you are running smb from [x]inetd
>
>hth
>Oliver
>
>Dave Peat wrote:
>
>>Hello,
>>I have had SAMBA 2.2 working on Mandrake 8.0 for several weeks not, but =
>>
>we =3D
>
>>had a power outtage over the weekend and I can't get the SMBD running.  =
>>
>=3D
>
>>NMBD will start fine.  Here is a copy of the error from the logs.
>>Can somebody point me in the right direction?
>>
>>Thanks,
>>Dave
>>
>>[2001/07/16 06:51:02, 0] lib/util_sock.c:open_socket_in(857) bind failed =
>>
>=3D
>
>>on port 139 socket_addr=3D3D0.0.0.0 (Address already in use)
>>[root at lx005394 var]#  more /var/adm/smblogs/
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On Tue, Jul 17, 2001 at 04:56:51PM -0000, jignesh patel wrote:
>    Hello  Friends
> 
> 
>       I  have  installed  samba on  HPUX 10.20  system.
> 
>        After  every  1  OR  2  hours  the  /usr/local  file  system  gets   
> filled  up  because  of  a  file in  /usr/local/samba/var/locks.
> 
>       The  file  name  is  "connections.tdb"  .
> 
>        Every  time  I  have  to  remove  this  file  manually  and   have  
> to  restart  the  daemons.
> 
>         I  would  appreciate  if  some body  can  help  me  out  of  this   
> problem.
> 

How big does the file get?

Why do you have two spaces between all of your words?

How big is your /usr partition?

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jignesh patel wrote:
> 
>    Hello  Friends
> 
>       I  have  installed  samba on  HPUX 10.20  system.
> 
>        After  every  1  OR  2  hours  the  /usr/local  file  system  gets
> filled  up  because  of  a  file in  /usr/local/samba/var/locks.
> 
>       The  file  name  is  "connections.tdb"  .
> 
>        Every  time  I  have  to  remove  this  file  manually  and   have
> to  restart  the  daemons.
> 
>         I  would  appreciate  if  some body  can  help  me  out  of  this
> problem.

Which version of Samba ? This was a bug in 2.2.0 which
we fixed in 2.2.1a.

Regards,

	Jeremy Allison,
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I found the problem.  I did a ps -e |grep smbd which returned a 1521 ?  =
00:00:00 vmware-smbd.
I killed the process, went into SWAT, then started SMBD and it ran =
beautifully!
Thanks for all your help!
Dave


>>> "Oliver Schulze L." <oliver at samera.com.py> 07/17/01 11:12AM >>>
look what version of samba you have installed.
If you installed the samba.rpm from samba.org, you have to uninstall
the three samba rpm that you have in RedHat/Mandrake.

Uninstall all that appear in:
$ rpm -qa | grep samba
and the do a fresh install of the samba.rpm you downloaded for RedHat 7.1
or Mandrake 8.0

Good luck
Oliver



Dave Peat wrote:

>Hi Oliver,
>I did $ netstat -tpn | grep 139 and nothing was returned.  I even did =
just =3D
>a netstat and looked through the list.  Nothing is running there.
>When I try  the /etc/init.d/smb stop (or start) it will not work because =
=3D
>there is no smb in that directory or any other.  When I go to SWAT, just =
=3D
>after booting the machine, neither SMBD nor NMBD are running.  From =
there, =3D
>I can start NMBD but SMBD will not start and that is where I get the =
error =3D
>from.
>Thanks for your help, I really appreciate it.  Do you have any other =3D
>suggestions for me?
>Dave
>
>>>>"Oliver Schulze L." <oliver at samera.com.py> 07/16/01 11:27AM >>>
>>>>
>Do you have a running smbd?
>$ netstat -tpn | grep 139
>will tell you.
>
>Do a
>/etc/init.d/smb stop
>several times and the start it again.
>You should also check if you are running smb from [x]inetd
>
>hth
>Oliver
>
>Dave Peat wrote:
>
>>Hello,
>>I have had SAMBA 2.2 working on Mandrake 8.0 for several weeks not, but =
=3D
>>
>we =3D3D
>
>>had a power outtage over the weekend and I can't get the SMBD running.  =
=3D
>>
>=3D3D
>
>>NMBD will start fine.  Here is a copy of the error from the logs.
>>Can somebody point me in the right direction?
>>
>>Thanks,
>>Dave
>>
>>[2001/07/16 06:51:02, 0] lib/util_sock.c:open_socket_in(857) bind failed =
=3D
>>
>=3D3D
>
>>on port 139 socket_addr=3D3D3D0.0.0.0 (Address already in use)
>>[root at lx005394 var]#  more /var/adm/smblogs/
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Hi All,

To build Samba-2.2.1a  as PDC for Win2K clients follow
the explanations in the manual book (mine is book for v2.0.7)
Chapter 6.5 Windows Domains

There you can read that, for creating trust accounts

     # smbpasswd -a -m chimaera
     Added user chimaera$
     Password changed for user chimaera$

     The -m option specifies that a machine trust account is being generated.
The smbpasswd program will
     automatically set the initial encrypted password as the NetBIOS name of the
machine in lowercase
     letters; you don't need to enter it. When specifying this option on the
command line,
     do not put a dollar sign after the machine name - it will be appended
automatically.
~~~~~
Here, there is a mistake!
IF YOU WANT THE TRUSTED MACHINE RECOGNIZED BY SAMBA PDC,
YOU MUST PUT THE DOLLAR SIGN AT THE END OF THE NET-BIOS MACHINE'S NAME.

# smbpasswd -a -m chimaera$ <--
     Added user chimaera$
     Password changed for user chimaera$
~~~~~
Once the encrypted password has been added, Samba is ready to handle domain
logins from a NT client.

You can check also the FAQ of samba-PDC (included in source packages),
especially
read carfully the following excerpt:

i) How do I create machine accounts manually ?
ii) I get told "Cannot join domain, the credentials supplied conflict with an
existing set.."

Hope to be useful...

Ciao

Averroes

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Hi,

    My Samba (2.0.7) server (Solaris 7, 64-bit mode) with AFS option has
been running for few months.  I recently tried to use "deadtime" to
disconnect some users who logged on without doing anything (not even open a
file).  I simply set 5 minutes for "deadtime" in the conf file's global
section (see below) and tested several times, but nothing happened for
disconnecting any eligible users.  Their pid's still remained the same.

# Global parameters
   [global]
           netbios name = AFS19
           deadtime = 5
           socket options = IPTOS_THROUGHPUT

    Do I need to do something else to make it work?  Anyone have same or
similar development?  I would appreciate any help.

Thanks.

Will Sun
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Hello.
Over past time I implemented several bakup progs and systems
because the different OS's that we have: NT, Novell and lately
Samba. Now, we've got only Samba servers running on Debian. So,
wich backup system is indicated to this servers? Can somebody
points me in the direction?
Thanks
Fernando M. Maresca
Monitoring Station S.A.
48 n0 812 La Plata - BA - ARG
Tel/Fax: (54) 221 425 3355

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Hi Will,
Did you send HUP signal to smbd process to force them to read again smb.conf
?
-SK-

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Hi,

    My Samba (2.0.7) server (Solaris 7, 64-bit mode) with AFS option has
been running for few months.  I recently tried to use "deadtime" to
disconnect some users who logged on without doing anything (not even open a
file).  I simply set 5 minutes for "deadtime" in the conf file's global
section (see below) and tested several times, but nothing happened for
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# Global parameters
   [global]
           netbios name = AFS19
           deadtime = 5
           socket options = IPTOS_THROUGHPUT

    Do I need to do something else to make it work?  Anyone have same or
similar development?  I would appreciate any help.

Thanks.

Will Sun
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(818) 354-2311
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Hi,

To build Samba-2.2.1a  as PDC for Win2K clients follow
the explanations in the manual book (mine is book for v2.0.7)
Chapter 6.5 Windows Domains

There you can read that, for creating trust accounts

     # smbpasswd -a -m chimaera
     Added user chimaera$
     Password changed for user chimaera$

     The -m option specifies that a machine trust account is being generated. The
smbpasswd program will
     automatically set the initial encrypted password as the NetBIOS name of the
machine in lowercase
     letters; you don't need to enter it. When specifying this option on the
command line,
     do not put a dollar sign after the machine name - it will be appended
automatically.
~~~~~
Here, there is a mistake!
IF YOU WANT THE TRUSTED MACHINE RECOGNIZED BY SAMBA PDC,
YOU MUST PUT THE DOLLAR SIGN AT THE END OF THE NET-BIOS MACHINE'S NAME.

# smbpasswd -a -m chimaera$ <--
     Added user chimaera$
     Password changed for user chimaera$
~~~~~
Once the encrypted password has been added, Samba is ready to handle domain
logins from a NT client.

You can check also the FAQ of samba-PDC (included in source packages), especially

read carfully the following excerpt:

i) How do I create machine accounts manually ?
ii) I get told "Cannot join domain, the credentials supplied conflict with an
existing set.."

Hope to be useful...

Ciao

Averroes



Bjarne Ingelsson wrote:

> Hi!
>
> I have problem mapping a Linux-machine running samba 2.2.1a from a Win2K Pro.
> I get a msg-box saying "The account is unauthorized to log in from this
> station"...
> I can log in using the smbclient tool...
>
> Any ideas?
> I've searched the archives but couldn't find my answer there.
>
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fmaresca at monssa.com.ar [fmaresca at monssa.com.ar] wrote:
> Hello.
> Over past time I implemented several bakup progs and systems
> because the different OS's that we have: NT, Novell and lately
> Samba. Now, we've got only Samba servers running on Debian. So,
> wich backup system is indicated to this servers? Can somebody
> points me in the direction?
> Thanks
> Fernando M. Maresca
> Monitoring Station S.A.
> 48 n0 812 La Plata - BA - ARG
> Tel/Fax: (54) 221 425 3355
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I have used Amanda on the open source side.

And Backupexec for Netware, on the closed source side.

Both work pretty well, neither were painless to set up..


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Hello. 
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Samba. Now, we've got only Samba servers running on Debian. So, 
wich backup system is indicated to this servers? Can somebody 
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Thanks 
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48 n0 812 La Plata - BA - ARG 
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Sorry about previous message. 
Aclaration: 
			I'm trying to use no tapes. Now, we use 2GB Jaz cartdriges for 
backups- 
Thanks 



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Hello. 
Over past time I implemented several bakup progs and systems 
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wich backup system is indicated to this servers? Can somebody 
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Many Linux backup programs don't care much whether the raw device they're
writing to is tape, disk, or whatever.  This shouldn't be a major concern,
as long as the Jaz drive reports end-of-media like it should.  (The
exception is CD-R and CD-RW, which is harder to back up to since it doesn't
work as an ordinary block medium.)

I find it a bit puzzling that you'd prefer Jaz cartridges, since they're
rather expensive per megabyte for a backup method, but I assume you have
your reasons.

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Sorry about previous message. 
Aclaration: 
			I'm trying to use no tapes. Now, we use 2GB Jaz
cartdriges for 
backups- 
Thanks 



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Hello. 
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wich backup system is indicated to this servers? Can somebody 
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Thanks 
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fmaresca at monssa.com.ar [fmaresca at monssa.com.ar] wrote:
> Sorry about previous message. 
> Aclaration: 
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> backups- 
> Thanks 
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> Over past time I implemented several bakup progs and systems 
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> Samba. Now, we've got only Samba servers running on Debian. So, 
> wich backup system is indicated to this servers? Can somebody 
> points me in the direction? 
> Thanks 
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I have allways used tapes, have to, 160 gigs on Novell, 80 or so on Linux
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This is my first upgrade.  I have RedHat 7.0 and was running Samba 2.0.7.  All was working just fine.

I downloaded Samba 2.2.1a for RedHat 7.1, used "rpm -e" to remove the samba-client, samba-common and the samba-2.0.7 ssl and then confirmed with an "rpm -qa | grep samba" that all were gone.

I then installed samba-2.2.1a-20010i386.rpm.  As I was doing so, I got a long list of repeating lines saying something about "group abartlet ..." and "user abartlet ..." not being there.  What could cause that???  Other than that, the installation of 2.2.1a seemed to go fine.

I then recreated the symbolic links in rc3.d, rc4.d and rc5.d for S38smb.  I copied (cp) the previous smb.conf to the new smb.conf (see below).

I couldn't get smbd nor nmbd to run either thru SWAT or manually, so I rebooted the computer and noticed that "smb services" was running.  Does this appears to take the place of the smbd and nmbd running under Samba 2.0.7???

smbd and nmbd still not running, so I tried again with SWAT but to no avail.

Did I make a mistake of getting an rpm file for 7.1 when I have 7.0???  Should I get the rpm file for 6.2 (I noticed the numbering in it's name was slightly different from the 7.1 filename)???

Except to remove 2.2.1a and go back to 2.0.7, I'm out of ideas.  

Any help will be much appreciated.

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

============================= 

# Samba config file created using SWAT
# Date: 2001/07/17 14:25:07

 # Global parameters
 [global]
         workgroup = STGROUP
         netbios name = SMB1
         server string = Samba-GC-C204-1
         interfaces = 192.168.204.40/255.255.255.0
         encrypt passwords = Yes
         min passwd length = 6
         smb passwd file = /usr/local/samba/private/smbpasswd
         passwd program = /usr/bin/passwd %u
         passwd chat = *New*UNIX*password* %n\n *Retype*new*UNIX*password* %n\n *passwd*all*authentication*tokens*updated*successfully*
         username level = 5
         unix password sync = Yes
         log file = /var/log/samba/%m.log
         max log size = 0
         socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192
         domain logons = Yes
         os level = 33
         preferred master = True
         local master = No
         domain master = True
         dns proxy = No
         wins support = Yes
         create mask = 0755
         printing = lprng

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

 [UDrive]
         comment = SAMBA drive for user data storage.
         path = /UDrive
         read only = No

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On Tue, Jul 17, 2001 at 11:25:41AM -0700, Lawrence Walton wrote:
> fmaresca at monssa.com.ar [fmaresca at monssa.com.ar] wrote:
> > Hello.
> > Over past time I implemented several bakup progs and systems
> > because the different OS's that we have: NT, Novell and lately
> > Samba. Now, we've got only Samba servers running on Debian. So,
> > wich backup system is indicated to this servers? Can somebody
> > points me in the direction?
> > Thanks
> > Fernando M. Maresca
> > Monitoring Station S.A.
> > 48 n0 812 La Plata - BA - ARG
> > Tel/Fax: (54) 221 425 3355
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> I have used Amanda on the open source side.
> 
> And Backupexec for Netware, on the closed source side.
> 
> Both work pretty well, neither were painless to set up..
> 
Used retrospect on MacOS, not so good...

Setting up afbackup on linux, use this if you want incremental backups.

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I get the error "The tag is invalid" when I try to open the NT user manager
now that I have upgraded to Samba 2.2.1 on a Redhat 7.0 Box.  Samba is
configured as a PDC and everything worked until I upgraded Samba.  I have
searched the news groups and there are other people with the same problem
but no one has a solution.  This is a pretty big problem for me because on a
member server in the domain I have Exchange server running and I cant add
users to exchange because I cant get a list of users on the domain now I
only get this error.

Thank you for you help.


Forrest Dickinson

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I am trying to use 2.2.1a on Solaris 2.6 to implement a PDC.  When trying to
join the domain from a Win2k system, it won't work if I use the "bind interfaces
only" option.

Here's my config:
# Samba config file created using SWAT
# from garnet.dgms.com (172.25.1.153)
# Date: 2001/07/17 15:06:28

# Global parameters
[global]
        workgroup = MTLAUREL
        netbios name = DIL
        server string = Dil [MtLaurel PDC]
        interfaces = 172.25.0.30/16
        bind interfaces only = Yes
        encrypt passwords = Yes
        update encrypted = Yes
        passwd program = /bin/passwd -r nis %u
        passwd chat = *password* %n\n *password* %n\n *changed*
        unix password sync = Yes
        log file = /var/samba/run/log.%m
        add user script = /etc/samba/add-machine %u
        domain logons = Yes
        os level = 65
        preferred master = True
        domain master = True

[homes]
        comment = My Home Directory
        read only = No
        create mask = 0755
        browseable = No
---------------------------------------------------------------------------

looking at the network traffic I see netbios lookups for "MTLAUREL    <1c>"
(not sure of the number of spaces) and no system responds.  If I remove
the "interfaces" and "bind interfaces only" lines, it will work.  The
only thing is that I don't want this system to be appearing on all the
interfaces.

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Andrew, we have successfully used Samba to network a Unix (Sun Ultra 5
running Solaris) onto our Microsoft NT network.  We then mapped the
hardrive to a specific NT desktop PC.  The Sun is on an analytical
instrument so now we are able to pull up the hard drive in Windows Explorer
and move data onto the NT desktop.  We can then work the data up and put it
into Microsoft and other Windows applications.  This has been fantastic and
invaluable.  The problem is that the person who did this has left our
company.  No one knows anything about Unix and we need to do this again on
another Sun and no one knows how to do it.  Is there any information that
will describe using Samba to:

Getting the Sun onto the Windows network

Map the Sun drive onto Windows desktop PC's

We would be able and willing to pay for this advice in cash or pizza,
whichever you prefer.
It seemed that the IT person that did this did it pretty quickly so I was
hoping someone could talk me through it over the phone.  If you or anyone
would consider please let me know by answering this e-mail.

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	Hi all.  I received no responses at all to my request to the
samba at lists.samba.org list for confirmation of my findings and answers to my
questions about Samba.  That's understandable considering that it was a huge
document.  :)  I had submitted the document at
http://mmmgood.net/doc/samba_notes.html and the URL had 28 unique hits.  I hope
it's been helpful, and maybe we can get some feedback going.
	I'd really appreciate some confirmation that I know what I'm doing so far, or
answers to questions, etc.  Anything of any size, even just on one idea at a
time.  And perhaps the idea that I have these questions can help the
documentation process.
	Thank you for any help, and thanks to all Samba contributors of all
capacities.

===

   Notes about the transparent deployment of Samba in a modern
                    Windows client environment
         Please send comments to dan_bethe at yahoo.com.
   Preface The purpose of this document is to migrate from a
   Windows NT/2000 file/print/authentication server to a Linux
   Samba file/print/authentication server, and then provide
   that service to clients running Windows 95/98/NT/2000. 2000
   seems to be the latest incompatibility pickle. The term
   "planned workgroup" means that a Linux sysadmin is required
   to support an environment of Windows desktops where the
   users are given free reign to customize their desktop
   systems within the sysadmin's authentication structure. The
   server also works around popular but crippled Windows client
   applications. It's a very typical workgroup scenario.

   Notes
     * set up a "domain", not a "workgroup"
          + domain involves distributed authentication database
            and uses SAM (security account manager)
          + workgroup is identical to domain except no
            distribution to its authentication database
          + Samba 2.0 may not support domain control
            (authentication) for NT; check the latest Samba and
            Samba-TNG
          + server side roaming profiles are cool -- rename
            user.dat or ntuser.dat to *.man for read-only
            (manual) roaming profile
     * the "magic script" feature could provide user-prompted
       impromptu backups of the database of a finicky low end
       app that require the user to stop using its database in
       order to back up(Quickbooks, ACT, Peachtree, etc)
     * client family specific conf file with the 'include'
       directive

   Questions
     * Very important: migrating to Samba while keeping
       encrypted authentication
          + How do you prompt users to enter an encrypted
            password for the first time, from their Windows
            client, while migrating them to Samba?
          + Can Samba use PAM for encrypted passwords, rather
            than just smbpasswd's own text file?
          + If we can't support encrypted Windows client
            authentication from PAM (and only use smbpasswd's
            database instead), can we automatically translate
            enrypted password entries from PAM into smbpasswd?
     * Very important: general authentication
          + Ideally, we could authenticate every network
            service from PAM, which would authenticate from
            LDAP. Can any version of Samba be made to do that?
          + What is the name of the Samba feature I should look
            up, for authenticating a Linux VPN user from a
            legacy NT PDC server? IOW, a remote Windows-based
            VPN client connects to a Linux-based VPN server and
            logs in, authenticated from an NT PDC on the
            intranet.
     * Very important: how do we migrate from Windows NT/2000
       related ACLs and user/group ownership to unix-like
       filesystem permissions and user/group ownership?
          + Is there a cross-platform archive tool, like 'tar'
            under Cygwin, that can read most of the NT ACLs
            (user/UID, group/GID, rwx) and write them back on
            Linux? How about preserving _all_ ACLs on a
            Linux-based ACL-based filesystem like XFS?
          + It would be cool both for obsoleting Windows
            servers while preserving all that info, and by
            allowing Windows NT/2000 users to manage their own
            permissions.
     * How do you configure or require a Windows 9x client to
       authenticate from a domain server for local client
       desktop logins? IOW, an immediate domain logon upon
       boot. Analogy would be /etc/passwd plus PAM/LDAP.
       Password control panel?
     * Can a server assign a client its NetBIOS name if the
       client has none?
     * Does the average planned workgroup need PDC features
       beyond that of the current stable Samba? Does it do more
       than just basic auth, especially for Windows 2000
       clients?
     * Does Samba support NT's "Create a computer account in
       the domain"?
     * Will the average planned workgroup ever need to care
       about users/groups in the context of "local group map",
       "domain user map", or "domain group map"? Check
       DOMAIN.txt.
     * Do we need WINS? Wouldn't Windows just ignore it and use
       DNS for the LAN instead, or should Samba just provide a
       WINS frontend to DNS in addition to DNS in general? 

   Procedures
     * Read DOMAIN.txt and NTDOMAIN.txt
     * Read about Samba TNG
     * home Private directory possibilities             
         1. 'mkdir ~user/Private && chmod 700 ~user/Private'  
         2. do the above and create entry in [homes] for       
            "%U/Private" to be user read/write          
         3.
                                [homesprivate]
                                        path = %H/Private
                                        comment = %U's Private Data
                                        valid users = %U
                             * use a valid but disabled 'guest'
       account, for resolving the $IPC username
     * --with-pam
     * netatalk interoperability?
          + --with-netatalk
          + does netatalk respect kernel file locking? will it
            be safely compatible with concurrent accesses by
            Samba and by Linux on the same files?
     * quota support
     * dot files = yes
     * follow symlinks = yes
     * getwd cache = yes
     * create mask = 664
     * directory mask = 775
     * delete readonly = yes (perhaps only on the CVS tree)
     * map readonly = yes (investigate)
     * locking = yes (check default)
     * kernel oplocks = yes (research support and put in
       [global])
     * oplocks = no (unless you know that you need it, probably
       only for a separate share)                 
     * valid users = @group
     * invalid users = root, bin, etc ([global])
     * wins support = yes
     * dns proxy = yes
     * time server = yes
     * encrypt passwords = yes
     * smb passwd file = ...                 
     * unix password sync = yes
     * passwd program = changepass %u
     * passwd chat = (check necessity for alternate Redhat    
       compatible chat script.)
     * workgroup = OEI
     * printing-related configs
          + CUPS

                                printcap name = lpstat
                                printing = cups              
                                print command = lpr -P %p -oraw %s
                                lpq command = /usr/bin/lpstat -o%p
                                lprm command = /usr/bin/cancel %p-%j
                                queuepause command = /usr/bin/disable
 %p
                                queueresume command = /usr/bin/enable
 %p

     * roaming profile related configs
          + rename user.dat or ntuser.dat to *.man for        
            read-only (manual) roaming profile
          + [profiles]
               o logon path = \\%N\%U\profile            
               o writeable = yes
               o create mode = 0600
               o directory mode = 0700
               o browseable = no
               o guest ok = yes
               o force directory mode = 0700               
               o inherit permissions = yes
     * PDC-related configs
          + domain logons = yes
          + security = user
          + os level = 34
          + local master = yes
          + preferred master = yes
          + domain master = yes
          + [netlogon]
               o comment = The domain logon service
               o path = ...
               o public = no
               o locking = no
               o writeable = no
               o browsable = yes       
          + logon home = \\%N\%U
          + wins support = yes
          + name resolve order = lmhosts wins hosts bcast     
            (research this sequence)
          + host trust accounts are named "hostname$"   
               o create dummy Linux user with UID & GID that
                 are totally unique among NT domain
               o hostname$:*:65000:65000:Samba Host Trust
                 Account:/bin/false:/bin/false
               o # smbpasswd -a -m hostname$            
               o Some docs erroneously say to leave the $ off  
                 of the above smbpasswd command.
               o change passwd with smbpasswd
          + configure clients for domain logins
               o Lose 98   
                    # network control panel
                         @ properties for "Client for Microsoft
                           Networks"             
                    # reboot
               o Lose NT
                    # network control panel
                         @ Identification
                              - Change
                    # reboot
     * CVS-related configs
          + dos filetimes = yes        
          + fake directory create times = yes
          + dos filetime resolution = yes               
          + delete readonly = yes
     * logon script = %U.bat
          + echo Setting Current Time...          
          + net time \\server /set /yes
     * fstype = samba

=====
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Hi Marion,

Ok, I think it was due to the start-up script
upto Samba v2.0.7 smbd & nmbd were into "bin" directory however
in Samba v2.2.1a, there are into "sbin" directory, see below

v2.0.7 default location
/usr/local/samba/bin/nmbd
/usr/local/samba/bin/smbd

v2.1.1a default location
/usr/local/samba/sbin/nmbd
/usr/local/samba/sbin/smbd

Enjoy !

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" (Marion Haines)" wrote:

> This is my first upgrade.  I have RedHat 7.0 and was running Samba 2.0.7.  All was working just fine.
>
> I downloaded Samba 2.2.1a for RedHat 7.1, used "rpm -e" to remove the samba-client, samba-common and the samba-2.0.7 ssl and then confirmed with an "rpm -qa | grep samba" that all were gone.
>
> I then installed samba-2.2.1a-20010i386.rpm.  As I was doing so, I got a long list of repeating lines saying something about "group abartlet ..." and "user abartlet ..." not being there.  What could cause that???  Other than that, the installation of 2.2.1a seemed to go fine.
>
> I then recreated the symbolic links in rc3.d, rc4.d and rc5.d for S38smb.  I copied (cp) the previous smb.conf to the new smb.conf (see below).
>
> I couldn't get smbd nor nmbd to run either thru SWAT or manually, so I rebooted the computer and noticed that "smb services" was running.  Does this appears to take the place of the smbd and nmbd running under Samba 2.0.7???
>
> smbd and nmbd still not running, so I tried again with SWAT but to no avail.
>
> Did I make a mistake of getting an rpm file for 7.1 when I have 7.0???  Should I get the rpm file for 6.2 (I noticed the numbering in it's name was slightly different from the 7.1 filename)???
>
> Except to remove 2.2.1a and go back to 2.0.7, I'm out of ideas.
>
> Any help will be much appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
> Marion D. Haines
> marion.haines at countygovt.brevard.fl.us
> Network Administrator
> Board of County Commissioners
> Brevard County, Florida
>
> =============================
>
> # Samba config file created using SWAT
> # Date: 2001/07/17 14:25:07
>
>  # Global parameters
>  [global]
>          workgroup = STGROUP
>          netbios name = SMB1
>          server string = Samba-GC-C204-1
>          interfaces = 192.168.204.40/255.255.255.0
>          encrypt passwords = Yes
>          min passwd length = 6
>          smb passwd file = /usr/local/samba/private/smbpasswd
>          passwd program = /usr/bin/passwd %u
>          passwd chat = *New*UNIX*password* %n\n *Retype*new*UNIX*password* %n\n *passwd*all*authentication*tokens*updated*successfully*
>          username level = 5
>          unix password sync = Yes
>          log file = /var/log/samba/%m.log
>          max log size = 0
>          socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192
>          domain logons = Yes
>          os level = 33
>          preferred master = True
>          local master = No
>          domain master = True
>          dns proxy = No
>          wins support = Yes
>          create mask = 0755
>          printing = lprng
>
>  [printers]
>          comment = All Printers
>          path = /var/spool/samba
>          printable = Yes
>          browseable = No
>
>  [UDrive]
>          comment = SAMBA drive for user data storage.
>          path = /UDrive
>          read only = No
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I'm having problems with connecting to my Samba Server using WinMe and
Win98,  I can get a Win95 box to work just fine.  Can any one give me some
help on this?

I am running:
	Red Hat 6.2
	Samba 2.0.10-0.62


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> The amount of data I'm going to be moving is not great, so I had planned on
> using Windows Explorer to copy it from the old NT file server to the new
> fileserver.  I *think* this should maintain permissions, but I haven't
> tested it yet.

	Thanks for the input.  However, how can you guarantee that they'll be
preserved for all ACLs and ownership of all users and groups?  For example,
some users make their files literally read-only and on NT that means
read-_only_.  :)  Not even "Administrator" can read them!  They can't be backed
up!  The "Administrator" would have to "take" ownership, then grant an
ownership ACL back to the original user, and then back up the file.  :(  I
can't fathom how an OS ought to even allow that possibility, but it does and
people use it.
	How could you automate that for an entire filesystem?  That's just the basic
element of NT migration.
	I just want to make sure you're picturing the generic scenario where a
workgroup is started with some random-looking administrative techniques, which
tend to unconditionally favor the users and have no real sense of objective
manageability.  In other words, the users each rule their own little space
(home dirs, etc) and maybe they even have a group folder.  Some of them would
think that this literal "read only" business is a good idea.  Total privacy! 
;)
	Then they hire a cool Linux admin like me and I'm hip deep in goobery
nonsensical unmaintainable Windowsness.  I want out of it while keeping my job.
	I would _really_ like some structured, conclusive brainstorming on this
scenario.  Or maybe even a suggestion of a book or site I can read.  This type
of fully functional Windows migration scenario has got to start being a
reasonably painless, everyday scenario.  We _have_ to take back the standards
by which our data are governed, as early as possible.  Thanks so much again to
all Samba contributors.

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I tried copying smbd & nmbd to the /usr/local/samba/sbin/ directory, but still can't get the daemons to start.

Any other ideas?

Marion D. Haines
marion.haines at countygovt.brevard.fl.us
Network Administrator
Board of County Commissioners
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-----Original Message-----
From:	"Averroes" <a.averroes at libertysurf.fr> 
Sent:	Tuesday, July 17, 2001 5:34 PM
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Subject:	Re: smbd & nmbd not starting

Hi Marion,

Ok, I think it was due to the start-up script
upto Samba v2.0.7 smbd & nmbd were into "bin" directory however
in Samba v2.2.1a, there are into "sbin" directory, see below

v2.0.7 default location
/usr/local/samba/bin/nmbd
/usr/local/samba/bin/smbd

v2.1.1a default location
/usr/local/samba/sbin/nmbd
/usr/local/samba/sbin/smbd

Enjoy !

Averroes

" (Marion Haines)" wrote:

> This is my first upgrade.  I have RedHat 7.0 and was running Samba 2.0.7.  All was working just fine.
>
> I downloaded Samba 2.2.1a for RedHat 7.1, used "rpm -e" to remove the samba-client, samba-common and the samba-2.0.7 ssl and then confirmed with an "rpm -qa | grep samba" that all were gone.
>
> I then installed samba-2.2.1a-20010i386.rpm.  As I was doing so, I got a long list of repeating lines saying something about "group abartlet ..." and "user abartlet ..." not being there.  What could cause that???  Other than that, the installation of 2.2.1a seemed to go fine.
>
> I then recreated the symbolic links in rc3.d, rc4.d and rc5.d for S38smb.  I copied (cp) the previous smb.conf to the new smb.conf (see below).
>
> I couldn't get smbd nor nmbd to run either thru SWAT or manually, so I rebooted the computer and noticed that "smb services" was running.  Does this appears to take the place of the smbd and nmbd running under Samba 2.0.7???
>
> smbd and nmbd still not running, so I tried again with SWAT but to no avail.
>
> Did I make a mistake of getting an rpm file for 7.1 when I have 7.0???  Should I get the rpm file for 6.2 (I noticed the numbering in it's name was slightly different from the 7.1 filename)???
>
> Except to remove 2.2.1a and go back to 2.0.7, I'm out of ideas.
>
> Any help will be much appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
> Marion D. Haines
> marion.haines at countygovt.brevard.fl.us
> Network Administrator
> Board of County Commissioners
> Brevard County, Florida
>
> =============================
>
> # Samba config file created using SWAT
> # Date: 2001/07/17 14:25:07
>
>  # Global parameters
>  [global]
>          workgroup = STGROUP
>          netbios name = SMB1
>          server string = Samba-GC-C204-1
>          interfaces = 192.168.204.40/255.255.255.0
>          encrypt passwords = Yes
>          min passwd length = 6
>          smb passwd file = /usr/local/samba/private/smbpasswd
>          passwd program = /usr/bin/passwd %u
>          passwd chat = *New*UNIX*password* %n\n *Retype*new*UNIX*password* %n\n *passwd*all*authentication*tokens*updated*successfully*
>          username level = 5
>          unix password sync = Yes
>          log file = /var/log/samba/%m.log
>          max log size = 0
>          socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192
>          domain logons = Yes
>          os level = 33
>          preferred master = True
>          local master = No
>          domain master = True
>          dns proxy = No
>          wins support = Yes
>          create mask = 0755
>          printing = lprng
>
>  [printers]
>          comment = All Printers
>          path = /var/spool/samba
>          printable = Yes
>          browseable = No
>
>  [UDrive]
>          comment = SAMBA drive for user data storage.
>          path = /UDrive
>          read only = No
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	Hi all.  I noticed that there's already a few people on #samba on Open
Projects.  Try irc.linux.com or irc.openprojects.net, or a server that's
topologically closer to you.  My nick is 'dtm' and I'm camped out there for the
long haul.  :)
	Sorry, I forgot to mention that I'm subscribed only to the digest of
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On Tue, Jul 17, 2001 at 01:40:37PM -0700, Dan Bethe wrote:
> > The amount of data I'm going to be moving is not great, so I had planned on
> > using Windows Explorer to copy it from the old NT file server to the new
> > fileserver.  I *think* this should maintain permissions, but I haven't
> > tested it yet.
> 
> 	Thanks for the input.  However, how can you guarantee that they'll be
> preserved for all ACLs and ownership of all users and groups?  For example,
> some users make their files literally read-only and on NT that means
> read-_only_.  :)  Not even "Administrator" can read them!  They can't be backed
> up!  The "Administrator" would have to "take" ownership, then grant an
> ownership ACL back to the original user, and then back up the file.  :(  I
> can't fathom how an OS ought to even allow that possibility, but it does and
> people use it.

IIRC, if you are an administrator of a NT comp, you can change all
permissions without taking ownership, just like root.  Administrator
may not be able to read the file, but it can change the permissions.

> 	How could you automate that for an entire filesystem?  That's just the basic
> element of NT migration.
> 	I just want to make sure you're picturing the generic scenario where a
> workgroup is started with some random-looking administrative techniques, which
> tend to unconditionally favor the users and have no real sense of objective
> manageability.  In other words, the users each rule their own little space
> (home dirs, etc) and maybe they even have a group folder.  Some of them would
> think that this literal "read only" business is a good idea.  Total privacy! 
> ;)
> 	Then they hire a cool Linux admin like me and I'm hip deep in goobery
> nonsensical unmaintainable Windowsness.  I want out of it while keeping my job.
> 	I would _really_ like some structured, conclusive brainstorming on this
> scenario.  Or maybe even a suggestion of a book or site I can read.  This type
> of fully functional Windows migration scenario has got to start being a
> reasonably painless, everyday scenario.  We _have_ to take back the standards
> by which our data are governed, as early as possible.  Thanks so much again to
> all Samba contributors.
> 

I agree, denying access to administrators in all but the most complex
security situations is unneeded.

When you copy files to samba, the files will get the permissions of
the user copying.  There will not be any permissions kept intact.

You will have to think about your groups, and dir permissions.

What I usually do is add the sgid to all directories.  That way all
files created in that directory will get the same group as the
directory.

make a group that contains all company users, I'll call it comp.

now make department groups dept1 dept2.

put your shares in /home/share or somewhere else.

mkdir /home/share/dept1
chmod 2770 /home/share/dept1
chown root.dept1 /home/share/dept1

Mike

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pkg PBE-SIT wrote:
> 
> HP-UX 10.20
> Compiled with gcc 3.0
> Samba 2.2.1
> Log-level 1
> 
> F2001/07/17 10:11:41, 0E smbd/connection.c:yield_connection(62)
>   yield_connection: tdb_delete failed with error Record does not exist.
> F2001/07/17 10:11:41, 0E smbd/connection.c:yield_connection(62)
>   yield_connection: tdb_delete failed with error Record does not exist.
> 
> Sounds serious to me.  Records should exist right?  Where have they gone? :-)
> 
> Should I worry?

No. It's a debug message that should be at level 3 getting
logged at level 0. I've changed it for the next release.

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Jeremy Allison wrote:
> 
> pkg PBE-SIT wrote:
> >
> > HP-UX 10.20
> > Compiled with gcc 3.0
> > Samba 2.2.1
> > Log-level 1
> >
> > F2001/07/17 10:11:41, 0E smbd/connection.c:yield_connection(62)
> >   yield_connection: tdb_delete failed with error Record does not exist.
> > F2001/07/17 10:11:41, 0E smbd/connection.c:yield_connection(62)
> >   yield_connection: tdb_delete failed with error Record does not exist.
> >
> > Sounds serious to me.  Records should exist right?  Where have they gone? :-)
> >
> > Should I worry?
> 
> No. It's a debug message that should be at level 3 getting
> logged at level 0. I've changed it for the next release.

*bzzt* wrong answer!

Its an important message, becouse without this message debugging TDB
crazies gets rather difficult.  (They never turn up under testing...).   

The real bug is as described by Jim Watt in his message:  We are calling
yeild_connection() without checking that we actualy had a connection in
the first place.

(not good, with post exec commands and the like)

Andrew Bartlett

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Hi Folks

I am new to the linux and hence new to installing Samba too.
I want to connect the Samba from LINUX
server to the Windows 200 network.

I changed  some configuration of "smb.conf" file and
I am able to see the Linux machine
in the Network neighbourhood.But I cannot
set up the username and password to open my Linux machine in
network neighbourhood.

Though I have uncommented 

encrypt passwords =yes
smb passwd file = /etc/samba/smbpasswd

Please help me as I am really stuck up here
Thanks
nishant

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Andrew Bartlett wrote:
> 
> *bzzt* wrong answer!
> 
> Its an important message, becouse without this message debugging TDB
> crazies gets rather difficult.  (They never turn up under testing...).
> 
> The real bug is as described by Jim Watt in his message:  We are calling
> yeild_connection() without checking that we actualy had a connection in
> the first place.

Well, we generically call yield_connection() on exit_server(),
which can be called on all sorts of reasons when the server
is going down.

BTW: I just tidied up the error exits to make them call
yield_connection() on setup connection failure, but this
is not a simple fix.

I'll change the default back to zero until we can fix this
more fully, ok ?

Jeremy.

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Hello,

We're running smbd version 2.0.5 on solaris7 with a sparc chip.

I've got a very basic configuration.  The share is working, however
there are two directory which give the error directory unavailable.

I can't figure out why.   I've included my smb.conf file.

Thoughts?

Regards,

Marc <<smb.conf>> 

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Can you suggest a vendor that provides technical telephone support for Samba
for large corporations?
Shannon Johnson
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Hi Shannon,
Check out http://www.samba.org/support .
Also, depending on what vendor you use for your machines, you may be able to

purchase phone support from the vendor.

Hope this helps, 
Don

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Can you suggest a vendor that provides technical telephone support for Samba
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On Mon, 16 Jul 2001, Milen wrote:

> Hello all!
> 
> I have a windows TCP/IP network and I have also a linux box in my netwok.
> I want to be able to browse Windows machines from my Linux machine
> and to be able to copy files also.
> How I can "see" windows machine's shared resouses from my Linux box?
> Can Samba help me?

You can use smbfs/smbmount as was suggested. smbclient can show you both
which machines are available and which shares they have.

If you are looking for a graphical program, you could try
LinNeighborhood (http://www.bnro.de/~schmidjo/). Or search some software 
"map" like freshmeat.net.

/Urban

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On Mon, 16 Jul 2001, Darren Spruell wrote:

> Why is it when trying to mount a remote share as a non-root user that I get
> a failure message:  
> smbmnt must be installed suid root for direct user mounts?

Only root is allowed to mount filesystems, unless specified in /etc/fstab
(which smbmount does not support).

Ensure your smbmnt is owned by root, and then set the suid bit:
# chmod u+s /usr/local/samba/bin/smbmnt
See also 'man chmod'. Your smbmnt binary may of course be installed in a
different location.

To be able to unmount without being root, you must also make smbumount
(NOT smbmount!) suid root.

/Urban

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On Wed, Jul 18, 2001 at 12:44:06AM +0200, Urban Widmark wrote:
> On Mon, 16 Jul 2001, Darren Spruell wrote:
> 
> > Why is it when trying to mount a remote share as a non-root user that I get
> > a failure message:  
> > smbmnt must be installed suid root for direct user mounts?
> 
> Only root is allowed to mount filesystems, unless specified in /etc/fstab
> (which smbmount does not support).
>

True, but mount does support smbfs.  And as of 2.2 kernels you can put
smbfs mounts in /etc/fstab

> Ensure your smbmnt is owned by root, and then set the suid bit:
> # chmod u+s /usr/local/samba/bin/smbmnt
> See also 'man chmod'. Your smbmnt binary may of course be installed in a
> different location.
> 
> To be able to unmount without being root, you must also make smbumount
> (NOT smbmount!) suid root.

If you insist on using smbmount.

Mike

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On Tue, 17 Jul 2001, Christopher Odenbach wrote:

> Now my idea: Would it be possible (well, of course) to let symbolic links
> show up as Shortcuts in Windows? I would prefer smb.conf options to
> translate links into shortcuts and perhaps vice versa. This would be superb
> for users who work on both systems.
> 
<snipped>
> What do you think?
> 
I believe this question has been raised before in the mailing list.

The answer is that shortcuts store a lot more information than symlinks
and indeed are merely normal files to Samba. Therefore, you can't really
replace shortcuts with symlinks cause you'd lose information and the
server might not even have access to the file pointed to (eg
c:\command.com).

Replacing symlinks with shortcuts is also possible (and filling in absence
fields with default information). However, there are potential problems
with pathnames, drive letters and computer name. Different SMB clients
could see the same file as on different paths and/or NetBIOS names. All in
all, it adds extra complexity when a better and simplier way would be to
simply not use symlinks.

Anyhow, your user should have known that the symlinked-desktop wasn't a
shortcut, because Windows would have shown a normal directory icon for it.
The data-loss only occurred because one "thought" that a symlink should be
treated like a shortcut when it shouldn't. That isn't something that Samba
should fix.

Cheers

Eddie

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On Jul 17, fmaresca at monssa.com.ar slept on the keyboard and thought about...

> Hello.
> Over past time I implemented several bakup progs and systems
> because the different OS's that we have: NT, Novell and lately
> Samba. Now, we've got only Samba servers running on Debian. So,
> wich backup system is indicated to this servers? Can somebody
> points me in the direction?

Hi!

I am using arkeia acbkup wich is free for non commercial use and it works
pretry good. I also just introduced it on a 2000 user system at my
univeristy with a (very cheap) commercial license.

gregor

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dear all of you,
i still can't found my computer (That running samba on unix) on network
neighborhood (win95 comp.)
samba is running using scripts in inetd.
but when i try to loggin, using net use, the errors messages is the network path
is didn't found..........
i was set in windows for wins servers it's done well...
could you help me..?

yusuf

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Jeremy Allison wrote:
> 
> Andrew Bartlett wrote:
> >
> > *bzzt* wrong answer!
> >
> > Its an important message, becouse without this message debugging TDB
> > crazies gets rather difficult.  (They never turn up under testing...).
> >
> > The real bug is as described by Jim Watt in his message:  We are calling
> > yeild_connection() without checking that we actualy had a connection in
> > the first place.
> 
> Well, we generically call yield_connection() on exit_server(),
> which can be called on all sorts of reasons when the server
> is going down.

For reasons unknown we currently abuse the connections database to store
a per-smbd record, I belive for the message passing system.  It is this
record that is being unconditionally deleted, so its not a partiular
issue unless sombody changes the value of lp_status() under us...

I have two proposals:  We either remove the lp_status checks from around
those function calls, or we create yet another smbd, but this time with
a very specific purpose:  Keeping a list of live smbds.
 
> BTW: I just tidied up the error exits to make them call
> yield_connection() on setup connection failure, but this
> is not a simple fix.
> 
> I'll change the default back to zero until we can fix this
> more fully, ok ?

(The reason I jumped on this is that I was bitten by the last lot of tdb
bugs rather badly, with users locked out and not much evidence to go
by).

Thanks,

Andrew Bartlett

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Hi all,

    I checked out todays (7/17/2001) cvs of samba 2.2.  I get the
following error when I try to compile samba:

<snip>
Compiling passdb/pampass.c
Compiling printing/pcap.c
Compiling printing/print_svid.c
Compiling printing/print_cups.c
printing/print_cups.c: In function `cups_queue_pause':
printing/print_cups.c:1067: `pjob' undeclared (first use in this
function)
printing/print_cups.c:1067: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only
once
printing/print_cups.c:1067: for each function it appears in.)
printing/print_cups.c: In function `cups_queue_resume':
printing/print_cups.c:1158: `pjob' undeclared (first use in this
function)
make: *** [printing/print_cups.o] Error 1

I am running RedHat 7.1 with cups installed for printing.  My configure
options are:

configure --libdir=/etc/samba \
  --with-lockdir=/var/lock/samba --with-privatedir=/etc/samba \
  --with-swatdir=/usr/share/swat --with-localstatedir=/var/log/samba \
  --with-pam --with-smbmount \
  --with-profile --with-mmap --with-quotas --with-automount

Patrick Gunerud

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Hi,

> > What do you think?
>
> I believe this question has been raised before in the mailing list.

Haven't looked yet, sorry. ;-)

> The answer is that shortcuts store a lot more information than symlinks
> and indeed are merely normal files to Samba. Therefore, you can't really

This is clear - e.g. Shortcuts can have another icon than the file they
point to. But I think standard is just like a symlink - the only information
they hold is the destination path.

> replace shortcuts with symlinks cause you'd lose information and the
> server might not even have access to the file pointed to (eg
> c:\command.com).

Of course samba would have to find out whether the destination of the
symlink is reachable in this samba share and only then translate to a
shortcut.

> Replacing symlinks with shortcuts is also possible (and filling in absence
> fields with default information). However, there are potential problems
> with pathnames, drive letters and computer name. Different SMB clients
> could see the same file as on different paths and/or NetBIOS names. All in
> all, it adds extra complexity when a better and simplier way would be to
> simply not use symlinks.

Of course. People who just use Windows never get in contact with symbolic
links (which I like much better than Shortcuts), but people who work on
both systems Windows and UNIX sometimes need symlinks.

> Anyhow, your user should have known that the symlinked-desktop wasn't a
> shortcut, because Windows would have shown a normal directory icon for it.

The user didn't think it was a shortcut - he thought it was an ordinary
directory holding a copy of his home directory. Sometimes admins change
a user's dot files and put a copy of the original ones in a sub dir, so
it really could have been a copy. The point is that a Windows user has
no real chance of finding out whether the directory he sees really is a
directory or a symlink.

The point is clear that this sort of conversion would make tha samba code
more complex and difficult, but that's normal life with every new
option isn't it? :-)

Greetings,

Christopher

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Well...
Do I really have to set up samba to act as a PDC?
I just want to map the Linux machine, just as if it was another WinNT...

We dont have any PDC in our network, it consist of only a few PC's running
Win2K.
I want samba to act as a common file-server, thats the reason for setting it
up.
The PC's are not hooked to a Domain, they just belong to the same workgroup
(if it matters...).

When browsing this workgroup I also see the Linux, but I can't  (not allowed
to... ) see its resources/services..

/Bjarne



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> Hi,
>
> To build Samba-2.2.1a  as PDC for Win2K clients follow
> the explanations in the manual book (mine is book for v2.0.7)
> Chapter 6.5 Windows Domains
>
> There you can read that, for creating trust accounts
>
>      # smbpasswd -a -m chimaera
>      Added user chimaera$
>      Password changed for user chimaera$
>
>      The -m option specifies that a machine trust account is being
generated. The
> smbpasswd program will
>      automatically set the initial encrypted password as the NetBIOS name
of the
> machine in lowercase
>      letters; you don't need to enter it. When specifying this option on
the
> command line,
>      do not put a dollar sign after the machine name - it will be appended
> automatically.
> ~~~~~
> Here, there is a mistake!
> IF YOU WANT THE TRUSTED MACHINE RECOGNIZED BY SAMBA PDC,
> YOU MUST PUT THE DOLLAR SIGN AT THE END OF THE NET-BIOS MACHINE'S NAME.
>
> # smbpasswd -a -m chimaera$ <--
>      Added user chimaera$
>      Password changed for user chimaera$
> ~~~~~
> Once the encrypted password has been added, Samba is ready to handle
domain
> logins from a NT client.
>
> You can check also the FAQ of samba-PDC (included in source packages),
especially
>
> read carfully the following excerpt:
>
> i) How do I create machine accounts manually ?
> ii) I get told "Cannot join domain, the credentials supplied conflict with
an
> existing set.."
>
> Hope to be useful...
>
> Ciao
>
> Averroes
>
>
>
> Bjarne Ingelsson wrote:
>
> > Hi!
> >
> > I have problem mapping a Linux-machine running samba 2.2.1a from a Win2K
Pro.
> > I get a msg-box saying "The account is unauthorized to log in from this
> > station"...
> > I can log in using the smbclient tool...
> >
> > Any ideas?
> > I've searched the archives but couldn't find my answer there.
> >
> > Regards
> > /Bjarne
> >
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Hello all,
I have a redhat 7.0 samba server and i have been using samba 2.2.0 for 1 month.
Today i download the binaries from rawhide and i upgraded to 2.2.1 only the samba and
samba-common,
i couldn't install samba-clients becuase it said
libreadline.so.4   is needed by samba-client-2.2.1-1
and i have readline-4.1-5 which provides the libreadline.so.4
I also got the 
initscripts >= 5.54-1 is needed by samba-2.2.1-1
and i have initscripts-5.49-1
but i didn't upgrade the new version because i have several things in /etc/rc.d/rc.* and i did n't
want to destroy them  and i did n't know if a simple replacing of the new files with the old was
the best thing.
As a result i gave --nodeps and i upgrade to 2.2.1 only the samba and samba-common packages.
I started the samba via /etc/rc.d/init.d/smb start
it started but after a second i died and i got to log.nmbd
[2001/07/18 10:17:55, 0] lib/pidfile.c:pidfile_create(100)
  ERROR: nmbd : fcntl lock of file /var/lock/samba/nmbd.pid failed. Error was Invalid argument
and to log.smbd
[2001/07/18 10:17:55, 0] lib/pidfile.c:pidfile_create(100)
  ERROR: smbd : fcntl lock of file /var/lock/samba/smbd.pid failed. Error was Invalid argumentbd

Any ideas why this happened?

Pavlos

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Gary Algier wrote:
> 
> I am trying to use 2.2.1a on Solaris 2.6 to implement a PDC.  When trying to
> join the domain from a Win2k system, it won't work if I use the "bind interfaces
> only" option.
> 
> Here's my config:
> # Samba config file created using SWAT
> # from garnet.dgms.com (172.25.1.153)
> # Date: 2001/07/17 15:06:28
> 
> # Global parameters
> [global]

>         interfaces = 172.25.0.30/16
>         bind interfaces only = Yes

> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> looking at the network traffic I see netbios lookups for "MTLAUREL    <1c>"
> (not sure of the number of spaces) and no system responds.  If I remove
> the "interfaces" and "bind interfaces only" lines, it will work.  The
> only thing is that I don't want this system to be appearing on all the
> interfaces.

Try it again adding localhost as a valid interface, I think that might
be your issue.

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Hello,
I think this problem already occured to many people but i didn't find the
answer (i try some little patches but no effects).
I have an HP 9000 server (K460 with 2 processors, 2 100Mbits/s ethernet
card).
I use samba 2.0.7. About 30 NT stations use this server to get maps
(Autocad, Unigraphics ...). Maps are between 50 and 300 Mb (so i think it's
large files :) ).
We use the windows explorer to copy files. The download/upload times are
good.
When we try to do the same thing with an Windows 2000 workstation, the
transfert performance falls below a 10Mbits/s lan.
We try the same transferts to/from a NT server and it works well.
So, is there a patch to avoid this problem ? May be the samba 2.2.X solves
the problem ?

Thanks in advance,
Sibastien Dagnicourt.

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Pavlos Parissis wrote:
> 
> Hello all,
> I have a redhat 7.0 samba server and i have been using samba 2.2.0 for 1 month.
> Today i download the binaries from rawhide and i upgraded to 2.2.1 only the samba and
> samba-common,
> i couldn't install samba-clients becuase it said
> libreadline.so.4   is needed by samba-client-2.2.1-1
> and i have readline-4.1-5 which provides the libreadline.so.4
> I also got the
> initscripts >= 5.54-1 is needed by samba-2.2.1-1
> and i have initscripts-5.49-1
> but i didn't upgrade the new version because i have several things in /etc/rc.d/rc.* and i did n't
> want to destroy them  and i did n't know if a simple replacing of the new files with the old was
> the best thing.
> As a result i gave --nodeps and i upgrade to 2.2.1 only the samba and samba-common packages.
> I started the samba via /etc/rc.d/init.d/smb start
> it started but after a second i died and i got to log.nmbd
> [2001/07/18 10:17:55, 0] lib/pidfile.c:pidfile_create(100)
>   ERROR: nmbd : fcntl lock of file /var/lock/samba/nmbd.pid failed. Error was Invalid argument
> and to log.smbd
> [2001/07/18 10:17:55, 0] lib/pidfile.c:pidfile_create(100)
>   ERROR: smbd : fcntl lock of file /var/lock/samba/smbd.pid failed. Error was Invalid argumentbd
> 
> Any ideas why this happened?

It broke.  RedHat's Rawhide is not even a beta distribution (they issue
betas seperatly), and once you break the dependencies with a --nodeps
all bets are off.  I suggest you download the latest samba-supplied
SRPMS and rebuild them for your platform.

(I suspect this might be to do with the Rawhide RPMS expecting a 2.4
kernel, you only have 2.2)

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Hi all

First my config:

Using Red-Hat 7.1
with samba 2.2.1a
cups xx
and following OSes on the client-side:
Win NT 4.0
Win NT 4.0 Terminal Server with CITRIX on it for NT 4.0 Systems
Win 2000
Unixes from SGI and HP

Ok, the target is to run a print-server for all the clients.
On unix-side is cups doing a fine job (nothing else i thought :-).
But on windows-side we need different drivers for the same printers
especially the CITRIX-box is crashing down (the win-admin told me) when
using printer-drivers wich are "not" especially written for CITRIX.
So we need at lowest 2 different driver Versions.
I guess Win2000 should work via IPP (i heard so) so we may not need
Windows dirvers here, but for experiences with that I would be really
thankful :-)

I realized it with installing (under cups and under samba) the printer 3
times with different names so the win-admin could see wich printer for
which system.

And here is the Problem(s), some driver-files on both systems (nt 4.0 and
citrix) have the same name so I got the message "driver allready
installed" :-/
Also the drivers of all three systems are getting installed (via the APW)
in the same directory

../W32X86/

in subdirectorys named 2, 3 and so on.

But sometimes they are "not" installed in this subdirectorys :-/ what also
a problem is.

The best solution would be to use 3 different directorys and not the only
../W32X86/
for the 3 systems so if any one got an idea how to manage this, please let
me know

Or there is an other solution (and I4m just to stupid to see it) I would
also be very happy if someone could help me :-)

Ok thanx a lot


bye

Sven

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Hi,

we just ran into the same problem. Running samba 2.2.1a's configure 
--with-acl-support lead to:

checking whether to support ACLs... checking for acl_get_file in 
-lacl... yes
checking for ACL support... no

 > Guess I'll have to forget about XFS ACL's under Samba, for now at
 > least.

we have successfully run samba 2.2.0 with acl support using xfs 1.0.0 
and xfs 1.0.1

 > > > Check config.log for why this is failing. I'll bet its a linking
 > > > problem.
 > >
 > > OK I checked the log, and it was failing to find sys/acl.h.
 > >
 > > I found acl.h in my linux include directory, checked it was
 > > the SGI XGS version, not the POSIX one, and copied it
 > > to my system /include/sys directory.

the xfs' acl.h is located in /usr/include/acl not in /usr/include/sys as 
configure expects.

just one additional comment:
samba 2.2.0's configure scripts seems to have run some special test for 
xfs acls.

configure --with-acl-support for samba 2.2.0 lead to:

checking whether to support ACLs... checking for acl_get_file in 
-lacl... (cached) yes
checking for ACL support... (cached) no
checking for XFS ACL support... (cached) yes
Using XFS ACLs

christoph

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Hi all,

I'm new to this list though I've been using samba for some time. I know
that this issue has been addressed before but I couldn't find a solution.
I'm trying to backup our NT4 and Win2k workstations with smbclient (2.2.1a
running on Solaris 2.6):

    smbclient //server/C$ -U administrator -W server -Tc tar.out

but all files and directories containing umlauts (and only those) produce
an error, e.g.:

ERRDOS - ERRbadfile (File not found.) listing
\winnt\profiles\giessler\Startmen|\*

I tried with different settings for 'valid chars', 'character set', and
'client code page' in smb.conf but without success. I should note that it
works flawlessly the other way round (i.e. accessing such files on a samba
server from an NT workstation), so I think it might be a problem with
smbclient.

To get around this I tried the LANMAN2 protocol and the files with ulmauts
were indeed found. Unfortunately, now there are other other directory and
file names that appear to be garbled (they are not!) and cannot be
accessed:

      4518 ( 2206.1 kb/s) \Berlin\Neu\Daten\Backup\TRAC189.DAT
      4518 ( 1470.7 kb/s) \Berlin\Neu\Daten\Backup\TRAC19.DAT
      4518 ( 2206.1 kb/s) \Berlin\Neu\Daten\Backup\TRAC190.DAT

ERRDOS - ERRnoaccess (Access denied.) opening remote file
\Berlin\Neu\Daten\Backup\ (\Berlin\Neu\Daten\Backup\)

ERRDOS - 123 opening remote file \Berlin\Neu\Daten\Backup\c(Jr*
(\Berlin\Neu\Daten\Backup\)

ERRDOS - 123 opening remote file \Berlin\Neu\Daten\Backup\c(l{*
(\Berlin\Neu\Daten\Backup\)

ERRDOS - ERRbadpath (Directory invalid.) opening remote file
\Berlin\Neu\Daten\Backup\c(\G* (\Berlin\Neu\Daten\Backup\)

ERRDOS - ERRbadfile (File not found.) opening remote file
\Berlin\Neu\Daten\Backup\XE0 (\Berlin\Neu\Daten\Backup\)


Using LANMAN1 all files can be backed up, but now the filenames are
mangled :-( Is there any way to get this to work?

Frank


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I am new to the list; I'm sorry if I bring up issues that are old.

Running Red Hat 7.1 with a 2.4.5 kernel.

samba 2.0.10 (and previous versions > 2.0.7) from Red Hat did this crazy
thing with the logs:
rarely, it would start dumping imense amounts of godknowswhat into the log
file of one workstation.  It did this very rapidly (99% CPU) and it ended
up filling the whole disk in a very short time.  Users came to me
complaining, management knew that I replaced NT with linux and that
sucked.

I had to remove the logs and restart samba in a big hurry, without a
chance of copying them some other place for analysis.

I said ok, let me put samba 2.2

Did so, 2.2.1a from the rpm on samba.org.

Now, it is worse.

Sometimes samba says a file does not exist, then it works if the user
tries again.  That is not acceptable on a production server running a
stable version.

So,
is there a way to make samba 2.0.10 NOT log anything about workstations?
or,
what logfile level do I need to set in 2.2.1a and post it here?

This is what I see in the logs of most stations:

[2001/07/18 13:05:43, 0] lib/util_sock.c:write_socket_data(541)
  write_socket_data: write failure. Error = Broken pipe

Lots of it!!

What does it mean?

Thank you.

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Hi all,

Don was right! The setup wasn't as I indicated first - we *use* encrypt=yes.
Nevertheless all w2k clients except one were able to use a specific samba
share.

Now - after checking again&again - this problematic w2k client was moved
from one subnet to another.
The client was tested - and worked well!
Weird, but explanations are existing for this behaviour (allowed hosts or
the like).

The client was moved back to the original (problematic) subnet, was tested
... and worked!!!
Even more weird, and I don't have a clue what the reason could be for this
strange behaviour!?

- smb.conf wasn't changed
- IP-adress was the same before and after the move
- some smb.conf parameters:
	interfaces =
	security = USER
	encrypt passwords = Yes
	update encrypted = Yes
	allow trusted domains = Yes
	password server =
	smb passwd file = /etc/opt/samba/private/smbpasswd
	password level = 0
	username level = 0
	unix password sync = Yes
- using samba 2.0.5a/Sol7

Does anybody have an idea what was going on here?

TIA,
Walter

> -----Urspr|ngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: MCCALL,DON (HP-USA,ex1) [mailto:don_mccall at hp.com]
> Gesendet: Donnerstag, 12. Juli 2001 18:02
> An: 'Obergehrer, Walter'; 'samba at lists.samba.org'
> Betreff: RE: NT MD4 password check failed - client (w2k) problem
>
>
>
> Hi Walter,
> What the log file shows is that you are in fact NOT using unencrypted
> passwords from this
> client.  If you were, then the smbpasswd file would NOT be
> checked; instead
> the password
> would be checked against the password hash in the /etc/passwd
> entry for this
> user instead.

...

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Obergehrer, Walter [mailto:Walter.Obergehrer at sz.com]
> Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2001 11:38 AM
> To: 'samba at lists.samba.org'
> Subject: NT MD4 password check failed - client (w2k) problem
>
>
> Hi all,
>
> I've a problem with a SMB connection from a *specific* w2k
> client to the
> HOMES share.
> When connecting from this client the smblog says: "NT MD4
> password check
> failed"
> When connecting this home share via smbclient, from NT
> clients or other w2k
> clients with the same user as above there are *no* problems!
> We're using unencrypted passwords (samba 2.0.5a/Sol7) and the
> corresponding
> registry entry in the client in question is ok.
>
> I've done smb (see below) and snoop traces (I'll send them if
> necessary)
> but, since I'm no SMB expert, they are'nt very helpful to me.
>
> Hopefully someone has an idea how to proceed with this problem!?
>
> TIA,
> Walter
>
> smblog.gladbach10:35 NOTOK
> ...
>   Scanning username map /opt/samba/private/user.map
> [2001/07/12 07:38:57, 4] smbd/password.c:(400)
>   Checking SMB password for user mbraun
> [2001/07/12 07:38:57, 4] smbd/password.c:(427)
>   smb_password_ok: Checking NT MD4 password
> [2001/07/12 07:38:57, 4] smbd/password.c:(434)
>   NT MD4 password check failed  !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
> [2001/07/12 07:38:57, 4] smbd/password.c:(440)
>   Checking LM MD4 password
> [2001/07/12 07:38:57, 4] smbd/password.c:(456)
>   LM MD4 password check failed
> [2001/07/12 07:38:57, 2] smbd/password.c:(528)
>   pass_check_smb failed - invalid password for user [mbraun]
> [2001/07/12 07:38:57, 2] smbd/reply.c:(914)
>   NT Password did not match for user 'mbraun' ! Defaulting to Lanman
> [2001/07/12 07:38:57, 4] smbd/password.c:(400)
>   Checking SMB password for user mbraun
> [2001/07/12 07:38:57, 4] smbd/password.c:(427)
>   smb_password_ok: Checking NT MD4 password
> ...
>
> smblog.woidl-mbraun OK
> ...
>   Scanning username map /opt/samba/private/user.map
> [2001/07/12 14:02:40, 4] smbd/password.c:(400)
>   Checking SMB password for user mbraun
> [2001/07/12 14:02:40, 4] smbd/password.c:(427)
>   smb_password_ok: Checking NT MD4 password
> [2001/07/12 14:02:40, 4] smbd/password.c:(431)
>   NT MD4 password check succeeded
...

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Hello all,

I have severe problems installing (uploading) and using printer
drivers to/of a linux (2.4.4, SuSE 7.2) print server. A HP
Laserjet 1100 is connected to the server.
CUPS is used for printing and works fine under linux.
Samba 2.2.0a is used.

The first problem: When I try to install the driver from a Win2000
professional client (SP 1 installed), exactly the way described
in the document "printing support in samba 2.2.x", I always
get to the point where the windows add printer wizard wants
to have the Windows 2000 SERVER(!!!) CD. But I do not have
the server CD, I only have the professional CD.
So why is this happening and how could I get rid of this
message??

Somehow, I finally managed to get around the just mentioned
message to insert the server cd and I was able to install
the drivers on the samba server - the files are now in the
"W32X86" directory I created. Don't ask me how...

But the funny thing is now: I can only print from the machine
that I used to install the drivers. Other computers can see
the printer with the correct driver installed (it says no 
longer "NO DRIVER..." but "HP Laserjet 1100"). They can install
the printer (as network printer) and use it - but the printer
does not print!!

The only message I get when I try to print from one of these
computers is in the cups logfile looks like this:

E [18/Jul/2001:14:25:49 +0100] print_job: Unsupported format
'application/octet-stream'!?

That means, the print request gets to the cups system, but
obviously in the wrong format...

The next thing is that if I reboot the linux print server,
the driver seems to be gone again. All windows clients get the
"NO DRIVER..." message when looking at the printer.
But the driver is still in the "W32X86" directory of the
print server. And: The machine that I used to install the
driver on the samba client is still able to print!! (it gets
also the message "NO DRIVER...")

I also tried the following commands from the printing howto:
(maybe that helps)

/samba/printers# rpcclient sauerstoff.prodato -U root%secret -c
"enumdrivers"

INFO: Debug class all level = 3   (pid 14192 from pid 14192)
session setup ok
Domain=[URKNALL] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 2.2.0a]

[Windows NT x86]
Printer Driver Info 1:
        Driver Name: [HP LaserJet 1100]


/samba/printers# rpcclient sauerstoff.prodato -U root%secret -c
"enumprinters"

INFO: Debug class all level = 3   (pid 14314 from pid 14314)
session setup ok
Domain=[URKNALL] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 2.2.0a]
        flags:[0x800000]
        name:[\\SAUERSTOFF\lj1100]
        description:[SAUERSTOFF\\SAUERSTOFF\lj1100,NO DRIVER
AVAILABLE FOR THIS PRINTER,LaserJet 1100 an Sauerstoff]
        comment:[LaserJet 1100 an Sauerstoff]


I also tried the "setdriver" command and it works, but does not 
change anything - the same behavior as before...

Here are som parts of my smb.conf: (if you need the
complete smb.conf, I can post it as well..)

...

[print$]
        path = /samba/printers/
        write list = ntadmin
        read only = No
        guest ok = Yes

...

[lj1100]
        comment = LaserJet 1100 an Sauerstoff
        path = /tmp
        guest ok = Yes
        printable = Yes
        printing = cups
        printer name =
lp                                                                                                                                  


Since I have tried to get this running for nearly three days
now, I would really appreciate if somebody could help me...

Thanks in advance,
Sascha

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Hi Andrrew,

Andrew Bartlett wrote:

> Gary Algier wrote:
> >
> > I am trying to use 2.2.1a on Solaris 2.6 to implement a PDC.  When trying to
> > join the domain from a Win2k system, it won't work if I use the "bind interfaces
> > only" option.
> >
> > Here's my config:
> > # Samba config file created using SWAT
> > # from garnet.dgms.com (172.25.1.153)
> > # Date: 2001/07/17 15:06:28
> >
> > # Global parameters
> > [global]
>
> >         interfaces = 172.25.0.30/16

I think uoy need to put localhost parameter in interfaces option.
I did it and it works fine !
here is mine:

interfaces = 192.168.123.10/255.255.255.0 127.0.0.1/255.0.0.0
socket address = 192.168.123.10
bind interfaces only = Yes

>
> >         bind interfaces only = Yes
>
> > ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> >
> > looking at the network traffic I see netbios lookups for "MTLAUREL    <1c>"
> > (not sure of the number of spaces) and no system responds.  If I remove
> > the "interfaces" and "bind interfaces only" lines, it will work.  The
> > only thing is that I don't want this system to be appearing on all the
> > interfaces.
>
> Try it again adding localhost as a valid interface, I think that might
> be your issue.
>
> Andrew Bartlett
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Try it!

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Hi Nawasthi,

Nawasthi wrote:

> Hi Folks
>
> I am new to the linux and hence new to installing Samba too.
> I want to connect the Samba from LINUX
> server to the Windows 200 network.
>
> I changed  some configuration of "smb.conf" file and
> I am able to see the Linux machine
> in the Network neighbourhood.But I cannot
> set up the username and password to open my Linux machine in
> network neighbourhood.
>
> Though I have uncommented
>
> encrypt passwords =yes
> smb passwd file = /etc/samba/smbpasswd
>

Check if the smbpasswd file is present into the path above, if YES !

you need to register the user who wants to connect to the samba server.
For that type in your linux shell:

[bash at bsah] # smbpasswd -a mylogin

then check if the samba account was created in the smbpasswd file.
see below an excerpt of my smbpasswd file.

mylogin:1019:F034AE4D88CA731B09D2BE3332D37554:A24AC2BC18H932C68234DAEB3E49DCC1:[U
]:LCT-3B54A993:

That is !

Now move to your Win2K client and try to connect to any Samba Share...

Have a fun!

>
> Please help me as I am really stuck up here
> Thanks
> nishant
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> I am new to the list; I'm sorry if I bring up issues that are old.
> 
> Running Red Hat 7.1 with a 2.4.5 kernel.
> 
> samba 2.0.10 (and previous versions > 2.0.7) from Red Hat did this crazy
> thing with the logs:
> rarely, it would start dumping imense amounts of godknowswhat into the log
> file of one workstation.  It did this very rapidly (99% CPU) and it ended
> up filling the whole disk in a very short time.  Users came to me
> complaining, management knew that I replaced NT with linux and that
> sucked.
> 
> I had to remove the logs and restart samba in a big hurry, without a
> chance of copying them some other place for analysis.
> 
> I said ok, let me put samba 2.2
> 
> Did so, 2.2.1a from the rpm on samba.org.
> 
> Now, it is worse.
> 
> Sometimes samba says a file does not exist, then it works if the user
> tries again.  That is not acceptable on a production server running a
> stable version.
> 
> So,
> is there a way to make samba 2.0.10 NOT log anything about workstations?
> or,
> what logfile level do I need to set in 2.2.1a and post it here?
> 
> This is what I see in the logs of most stations:
> 
> [2001/07/18 13:05:43, 0] lib/util_sock.c:write_socket_data(541)
>   write_socket_data: write failure. Error = Broken pipe
This can indicate a Problem with your network hardware: NIC of the 
workstation, hubs, routers, NIC of the server. A least if I remember 
right what was said on this list bevor.

Christian


> 
> Lots of it!!
> 
> What does it mean?
> 
> Thank you.
> 
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On Wed, 18 Jul 2001, Silviu Marin-Caea wrote:

> So, is there a way to make samba 2.0.10 NOT log anything about
> workstations? or, what logfile level do I need to set in 2.2.1a and
> post it here?

Add the following in the [global] section of smb.conf

	log level = 0

> This is what I see in the logs of most stations:
>
> [2001/07/18 13:05:43, 0] lib/util_sock.c:write_socket_data(541)
>   write_socket_data: write failure. Error = Broken pipe

This is often caused by DNS timeouts or network layer problems
(e.g lost packets, invalid duplex settings, etc...)








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On Tue, 17 Jul 2001, Dan Bethe wrote:

> > The amount of data I'm going to be moving is not great, so I had planned on
> > using Windows Explorer to copy it from the old NT file server to the new
> > fileserver.  I *think* this should maintain permissions, but I haven't
> > tested it yet.
>
> 	Thanks for the input.  However, how can you guarantee that
> they'll be preserved for all ACLs and ownership of all users and
> groups?  For example, some users make their files literally read-only
> and on NT that means read-_only_.  :)  Not even "Administrator" can
> read them!  They can't be backed up!  The "Administrator" would have
> to "take" ownership, then grant an ownership ACL back to the original
> user, and then back up the file.  :( I can't fathom how an OS ought to
> even allow that possibility, but it does and people use it.

Administrators can always take ownership and read whatever he or she
wishes.  But I understand your statement.  and I digress...

Posix ACLs do not map one-to-one onto NTFS acls so you cannot
do a simple scopy.exe of a file.  For example, Samba matches
the rwx combination to the "Full Control" ACE.

Remember that you are dealing with two entirely different security
models between NT and UNIX.






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Hi guys...

I have the following problem...

I'm using Redhat 7.1 with samba 2.0.8 (Redhat's RPMS).
I had this problem since I can remember but now I have traced it to
this.

I'm copying a file from linux to win2k and the speed is approximately
2-3 Mbytes/sec
The network is 100 mbit switched. The linux box has two 100mbit cards
bonded.
The problem existed with one card and originally I thought it was a
network bottleneck.

Whenever I write something to the samba server it will upload with a
speed of 9-10 Mbytes/sec.
Then samba will freeze for about 10-15 secs and then resume operations.
CPU utilisation is normal but samba will not respond.

Anyone has a clue on how to slow down the write requests (I'm assuming
that that's what causing the problem), or another way to solve this ;-)

Thanks in advance...

Spyros

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On Tue, 17 Jul 2001 marion.haines at countygovt.brevard.fl.us wrote:

> This is my first upgrade.  I have RedHat 7.0 and was running Samba
> 2.0.7.  All was working just fine.
>
> I downloaded Samba 2.2.1a for RedHat 7.1, used "rpm -e" to remove the
> samba-client, samba-common and the samba-2.0.7 ssl and then confirmed
> with an "rpm -qa | grep samba" that all were gone.
>
> I then installed samba-2.2.1a-20010i386.rpm.  As I was doing so, I got
> a long list of repeating lines saying something about "group abartlet
> ..." and "user abartlet ..." not being there.  What could cause
> that???  Other than that, the installation of 2.2.1a seemed to go
> fine.

Andrew B.  goofed the RPM build :-)  I think he was fixing them yesterday.





cheers, jerry

>
> I then recreated the symbolic links in rc3.d, rc4.d and rc5.d for
> S38smb.  I copied (cp) the previous smb.conf to the new smb.conf (see
> below).
>
> I couldn't get smbd nor nmbd to run either thru SWAT or manually, so I
> rebooted the computer and noticed that "smb services" was running.
> Does this appears to take the place of the smbd and nmbd running under
> Samba 2.0.7???
>
> smbd and nmbd still not running, so I tried again with SWAT but to no
> avail.
>
> Did I make a mistake of getting an rpm file for 7.1 when I have 7.0???
> Should I get the rpm file for 6.2 (I noticed the numbering in it's
> name was slightly different from the 7.1 filename)???
>
> Except to remove 2.2.1a and go back to 2.0.7, I'm out of ideas.
>
> Any help will be much appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
> Marion D. Haines
> marion.haines at countygovt.brevard.fl.us
> Network Administrator
> Board of County Commissioners
> Brevard County, Florida
>
> =============================
>
> # Samba config file created using SWAT
> # Date: 2001/07/17 14:25:07
>
>  # Global parameters
>  [global]
>          workgroup = STGROUP
>          netbios name = SMB1
>          server string = Samba-GC-C204-1
>          interfaces = 192.168.204.40/255.255.255.0
>          encrypt passwords = Yes
>          min passwd length = 6
>          smb passwd file = /usr/local/samba/private/smbpasswd
>          passwd program = /usr/bin/passwd %u
>          passwd chat = *New*UNIX*password* %n\n *Retype*new*UNIX*password* %n\n *passwd*all*authentication*tokens*updated*successfully*
>          username level = 5
>          unix password sync = Yes
>          log file = /var/log/samba/%m.log
>          max log size = 0
>          socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192
>          domain logons = Yes
>          os level = 33
>          preferred master = True
>          local master = No
>          domain master = True
>          dns proxy = No
>          wins support = Yes
>          create mask = 0755
>          printing = lprng
>
>  [printers]
>          comment = All Printers
>          path = /var/spool/samba
>          printable = Yes
>          browseable = No
>
>  [UDrive]
>          comment = SAMBA drive for user data storage.
>          path = /UDrive
>          read only = No
>

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i have samba 2.0.7 running on Solaris 7 and it is very slow. the files are
comming across the network at a very slow pace.
please help

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I am trying to get samba running on a RH 7.1 box.  With Samba-2.0.7, I had 
it configured to use my domain controller for authentication, then shared 
only /tmp as a public share.  All was fine for a few minutes...

Last week, I was informed the linux box was not showing up on the network, 
and I was unable to map the share via UNC.  A "ps ax" showed that smbd was 
running as a daemon, but no process was showing for nmbd.  Executing nmbd 
would NOT start a process.

I removed samba, then re-installed it from the setup CD's.  Again, things 
worked for a few minutes.  Again, nmbd died and could not be revived.

Totally uninstalling it again, I tried installing 2.2.1a from the source 
code.  All appeared to compile and install correctly (with everything going 
to usr/local/samba rather than split between /etc/samba and usr/sbin).

Now nmbd will never start...

I also downloaded an RPMS package of 2.2.1a from a samba mirror.  If I were 
to try that, can I just blow away /usr/local/samba and be all right?

Meanwhile, what gives with nmbd?????

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Never mind!  Being an MS systems admin, I'm not used to truly helpful log 
files that tell me exactly what is going on with anything and everything!

SO, poking around, I find a log.nmbd file that tells me why it is aborting...

Hope to have all running in a few minutes - thanks for your patience.

[2001/07/18 09:24:36, 0] nmbd/nmbd.c:reload_nmbd_services(303)
   ERROR: both 'wins support = true' and 'wins server = <server>' cannot be 
set in the smb.conf file. nmbd aborting.

>Last week, I was informed the linux box was not showing up on the network, 
>and I was unable to map the share via UNC. A "ps ax" showed that smbd was 
>running as a daemon, but no process was showing for nmbd. Executing nmbd 
>would NOT start a process. [etc]


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Hello,

I installed my printer (Epson Stylus Color 740) on my Linuxsystem. Then I 
installed samba. I can see the printer on my Windows PC (Win2k) but when I 
want to install the printer in Windows I get always an error. The error is: 
NO DRIVER AVAILABLE FOR THIS PRINTER. 

What can I do ???



Thanks for your help


STEFAN ECKLEDER

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hello,

I have a problem to install a BDC

my configuration is :
server PDC (TESTPDC) with
    samba 2.2.1
    NIS ( server and client )
server BDC (SRVBDC1) with
    samba 2.2.1
    NIS ( client )

the NIS is ok.
but I have a problem with configuration of SAMBA

    When I want to connect a client wich his home directory is on the PDC it's all right,
but if his home directory is on the BDC the map is not mounted .

Here is my partially smb.conf from PDC


# NMBD
        netbios name = TESTPDC
        os level = 128
        preferred master = yes
        local master = yes
        domain master = yes
        workgroup = TESTADM
        server string = Serveur Primaire  ( Samba %v)

# PDC
        logon script = logon.bat
        logon path = \\%N\%U\Profile
        logon drive = S:
        logon home = \\%N\%U
        domain logons = yes

# Passwd
        security = user
        guest account = nobody
        encrypt passwords = yes
        unix password sync = yes
        smb passwd file = /etc/samba/smbpasswd
        passwd chat debug = no
        password level = 0
        username level = 0
        unix realname = No

#NIS
        nis homedir = yes
        homedir map = amd.homedir

my smb.conf from BDC :

# NMBD
        netbios name = TESTBDC
        os level = 64
        preferred master = yes
        local master = yes
        domain master = no
        workgroup = TESTADM
        server string = Serveur secondaire

# BDC
        logon script = logon.bat
        logon path = \\%N\%U\Profile
        logon drive = U:
        logon home = \\%N\%U
        domain logons = yes
remote browse sync = 10.1.33.246
remote announce = 10.1.33.246


# Passwd
         security = user
         password server =  *
        guest account = nobody
        encrypt passwords = yes
        unix password sync = yes
        passwd chat debug = no
        password level = 0
        username level = 0
        unix realname = No

And my File amd.homedir :

    user1 srvbdc1:/home/user1
    user2 srvbdc1:/home/user2

thanks for your help.

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> I installed my printer (Epson Stylus Color 740) on my Linuxsystem.
> Then I installed samba. I can see the printer on my Windows PC
> (Win2k) but when I want to install the printer in Windows I get
> always an error. The error is: NO DRIVER AVAILABLE FOR THIS PRINTER.
>
> What can I do ???

do the same as me,if you don't need really advanced printing support,i 
use a small printing script:

bash-2.04$ cat /usr/bin/print
#!/bin/bash
/usr/bin/a2ps -1 $1 | /usr/local/bin/gs @bjc610a8.upp -q -dBATCH 
-dSAFER -dQUIET -dNOPAUSE -sOutputFile=/dev/printers/0 -

and here's my printing share:

[Printer]
        comment = Canon BJC-2100
        path = /var/spool/samba
        printable = Yes
        postscript = Yes
        print command = /usr/bin/print %s
        lpq command =
        lprm command =
        printer driver file =

the samba spool dir (/var/spool/samba) need to be world writable and 
you need to clean it up manually,for the windows boxes,just install the 
adobe generic printer driver (available for download at adobe.com or 
just mail me,i still have the file).

Alain

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Hi,

We have samba 2.2.1a (PDC) running on Solaris 2.7 and get the following 
error in the logs.  I can repreoduce it at will, but unfortuanelty I can 
not at the moment provide a debug log.  Has anyone else seen this?

Error is:
[2001/07/18 18:01:14, 0] 
rpc_server/srv_samr_nt.c:_samr_query_useraliases(2454)
  _samr_query_useraliases: Not yet implemented.
[2001/07/18 18:01:14, 0] 
rpc_server/srv_samr_nt.c:_samr_query_useraliases(2454)
  _samr_query_useraliases: Not yet implemented.
[2001/07/18 18:01:14, 0] lib/fault.c:fault_report(40)
  ===============================================================
[2001/07/18 18:01:14, 0] lib/fault.c:fault_report(41)
  INTERNAL ERROR: Signal 11 in pid 6492 (2.2.1a)
  Please read the file BUGS.txt in the distribution
[2001/07/18 18:01:14, 0] lib/fault.c:fault_report(43)
  ===============================================================
[2001/07/18 18:01:14, 0] lib/util.c:smb_panic(1101)
  PANIC: internal error

To reproduce this all i need to do is run mkpasswd -d from the cygwin 
toolkit on a win2000 machine that is in the Samba controlled domain.

error output from mkpasswd is NetUserEnum() failed with 1726

Sometimes the command never dumps any domain user info and just fails, 
othertimes it gets so far (always to the same user - the 50th 
incidently) and then fails (if this happens then you see the 
_samr_query_useraliases: Not yet implemented. lines in the samba log).  

Querying users in explorer security settings is okay and returns all our 
users.

/James

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You asked about:
| Getting the Sun onto the Windows network
| Map the Sun drive onto Windows desktop PC's

	No problem: see 
http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/samba/chapter/book/index.html
	and feel free to ask general questions of the
	list, Solaris-specific questions of me.

--dave
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  Table of Contents
  -----------------

  Chapter 1: Learning the Samba
  Chapter 2: Installing Samba on a Unix System
  Chapter 3: Configuring Windows Clients
  Chapter 4: Disk Shares
  Chapter 5: Browsing and Advanced Disk Shares
  Chapter 6: Users, Security, and Domains
  Chapter 7: Printing and Name Resolution
  Chapter 8: Additional Samba Information
  Chapter 9: Troubleshooting Samba

  Appendix A: Configuring Samba with SSL
  Appendix B: Samba Performance Tuning
  Appendix C: Samba Configuration Option Quick Reference
  Appendix D: Summary of Samba Daemons and Commands
  Appendix E: Downloading Samba with CVS
  Appendix F: Sample Configuration File

  Index

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Subject: RE: Printer Epson Stylus Color 740
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Stefan,

The error is from Windows, not Linux.  Linux won't provide a Windows
driver for your printer.  Samba (the correct version) will let you set
it up for automatic push installation on NT and 2K boxes, but you still
have to provide the drivers.  If you only have one Windows pc to worry
with, your better off just installing the drivers on the windows pc
yourself.

Mike


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From: Stefan Eckleder [mailto:Stefan.Eckleder at gmx.de]
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Subject: Printer Epson Stylus Color 740


Hello,

I installed my printer (Epson Stylus Color 740) on my Linuxsystem. Then
I 
installed samba. I can see the printer on my Windows PC (Win2k) but when
I 
want to install the printer in Windows I get always an error. The error
is: 
NO DRIVER AVAILABLE FOR THIS PRINTER. 

What can I do ???



Thanks for your help


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Hello.
We re running AIX, and some time ago we installed but not configured Samba
2.0.7. I been trying to configure it today, and I can see my AIX server from
'Network Neightborhood' in my Windows clients. I see the name of the host and
the shares, but when I try to get into one of them the login pop-up doesn t
let me see the contents. I introduce the correct password, I ve seen the
smbpasswd file and it s ok.
So I ve installed the SWAT tool and I ve gone to the 'STATUS' tab. Then I ve
seen the nmbd daemon is running but not the smbd daemon. I ve tried lots of
ways to start it (the smbd daemon), but it isn t working.
Does anyone knows how to start this daemon? Or why it isn t running?
Thanks for your help.

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I'm running Samba 2.2.1a on RedHat 7.1.  I have approx
100 Win98 boxes.  15 of these boxes cannot obtain the
user list from the domain server when creating a Win98 
shared resource.  The others can; network configs are
all similar.  Drive Mapping of server directories and
other network functions seem to work okay.  Does anyone
have an idea why obtaining the user list when sharing
a folder or printer would fail on a small portion of
the workgroup?

thanks

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what do I have to configure to access SWAT remotely?

thanks
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This is an annoying minor problem and I want to know if I have something
setup incorrectly.

On the client if a user adds a folder to their Network Places folder and it
is saved in their profile, when they log back in the shortcut has lost its
magic and instead of taking them to the network share it opens a directory
with two files, target.lnk and a system/hidden desktop.ini. When I open the
target.lnk file it will open the share. What's the deal?

This also affects other special folders with desktop.ini in them, for
instance the standard My Pictures directory when opened after logging on a
second time loses its magic also.

I have Samba 2.2.1a and Win2k SP2 clients.

<-- smb.conf -->
# Global parameters
[global]
	workgroup = OFFICE
	netbios name = CHAPARRAL
	server string = chaparral server (Samba %v)

	syslog = 1
	syslog only = yes

	time server = Yes
	socket options = IPTOS_LOWDELAY TCP_NODELAY SO_SNDBUF=4096 SO_RCVBUF=4096

	load printers = No
	printer admin = @staff

	logon drive = h:
	logon home = \\%N\%U
	logon path = \\%N\profiles\%U
	logon script = login.bat

	os level = 65
	domain logons = Yes
	preferred master = Yes
	domain master = Yes
	local master = Yes

	security = user
	encrypt passwords = Yes
	passwd program = /usr/bin/passwd %u
	passwd chat = *New\spassword:* %n\n *Re-enter\snew\spassword:* %n\n *Password\schanged.* .

	dns proxy = No
	create mask = 0664
	map archive = No
	strict locking = Yes
	fake directory create times = Yes
	interfaces = 192.168.78.1/24 127.0.0.1/8
	bind interfaces only = true
	utmp = True
	wins support = yes

	add user script = /usr/sbin/useradd -d /dev/null -g 100 -s /bin/false %u

	domain admin group = root @root

[homes]
	comment = Home Directories
	path = /home/%u
	read only = No
	directory mask = 0775
	browseable = No

[netlogon]
	comment = Network Logon
	path = /usr/local/share/netlogon
	read only = Yes
	guest ok = Yes
	locking = No
	write list = @staff

[profiles]
	comment = User Profiles
	path = /usr/local/share/profiles
	read only = No
	create mask = 0600
	directory mask = 0700
	browseable = Yes

[print$]
	comment = Network Printers
	path = /usr/local/share/printers
	guest ok = yes
	browseable = yes
	read only = yes
	write list = @staff

[applications]
	comment = Applications
	path = /usr/local/share/applications
	force group = users
	read only = No
	directory mask = 0775
	veto oplock files = /*.NET/*.DB/*.PX/*.YG?/*.XG?/*.MB/*.DBF/*.MDX/*.DBT/

[intercheck]
	comment = Sophos InterCheck
	path = /var/spool/intercheck
	read only = No
	force group = +sweep

[microsoft]
	comment = Office, Service Packs
	path = /usr/local/share/microsoft
	read only = Yes
	write list = @staff

[archives]
	comment = CD Archives
	path = /usr/local/share/archives
	read only = Yes
	write list = @staff

[cdrom]
	comment = Mounted CD-ROM
	path = /cdrom
	read only = Yes

[drivers]
	comment = Driver Files
	path = /usr/local/share/drivers
	read only = Yes
	write list = @staff

[payroll]
	comment = ADP Payroll
	path = /usr/local/share/payroll
	directory mask = 0770
	valid users = @payroll
	read only = No

[fax]
	comment = FAX Related Files
	path = /usr/local/share/fax
	read only = Yes
	directory mask = 0775
	write list = @staff

[documents]
	comment = Electronic Documents
	path = /usr/local/share/documents
	read only = Yes
	locking = No
	write list = @staff

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I'm running samba 2.2 and am trying to join the domain and keep getting
the message:

The credentials supplied conflict with an existing set of credentials.

I have created the machine account and put it in smbpasswd
I log in with root/password when the login to join the domain appears.

Can anyone help?

Matt

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We have successfully upgraded to the provided 2.2.1a RPM under RedHat 7.1
and used it to turn a server into a PDC for a domain.  Whilst we've had no
problems[1] adding a number of W2K Professional clients into this domain,
we're currently trying to move a W2K Server client into it and not having
any luck at all.

I'm making use of the 'add user script' to create the Unix-side machine
account, which has worked successfully with the other clients.  We're not
reaching the stage of this account trying to be created with the W2K Server
box.  It's just giving up very early in the process claiming that the domain
isn't even visible.

Is this a known/unsurprising result?  If not, please let me know what
debugging info would be useful to try and track it down.  Many thanks!

Some relevant(?) bits of smb.conf:

[global]
        workgroup = EVTECH
        netbios name = MEDUSA
        netbios aliases = LONDONSERVER
        encrypt passwords = Yes
        pam password change = Yes
#       passwd chat = need something here!
        unix password sync = Yes
        username map = /etc/samba/smbusers
        guest account = nobody
        log file = /var/log/samba
        log level = 9
        socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192
        time server = Yes
        os level = 65
        preferred master = Yes
        domain master = Yes
        local master = Yes
        domain logons = Yes
        add user script = /usr/sbin/useradd -d /dev/null -g 200 -s /bin/false -r %u
        wins support = Yes
        wins proxy = Yes

[NETLOGON]
        path = /etc/samba/netlogon
        writeable = No
        write list = root

[1] except the slightly bizarre behaviour of trying to switch directly to
the domain didn't work, but switching to the workgroup of the same name and
_then_ to the domain did...

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* Ashley Clark in "Shortcuts not being transfered correctly" dated
* 2001/07/18 13:29 wrote:

> On the client if a user adds a folder to their Network Places folder and
> it is saved in their profile, when they log back in the shortcut has lost
> its magic and instead of taking them to the network share it opens a
> directory with two files, target.lnk and a system/hidden desktop.ini. When
> I open the target.lnk file it will open the share. What's the deal?
> 
> This also affects other special folders with desktop.ini in them, for
> instance the standard My Pictures directory when opened after logging on a
> second time loses its magic also.

Trying a little before and after experimentation it seems that before I log
out (at least from a command prompt window) the directory is marked
read-only, when I log back in the read-only bit is no longer set and the
magic is gone. If I use attrib to add it back then the magic works again.
Strange?

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Is it possible to configure Samba to have "backup" wins server entries?

I've tried:

wins server = 111.111.111.111, 222.222.222.222

and it ignores the second entry if the first wins server doesn't respond.

Thanks,

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Hello,

	I'm trying to find a Samba package for our test unix server.  Our
test server runs UNIX_SV 2.03.  Unfortunately the Samba 2.2 package seems to
want to use the unix file libsocket.so.2, where as the version of unix we
use is older and has the version libsocket.so.1 available.  I have used
Samba in our production environment, but given that it has the latest O/S
and is on a machine that is much more powerfull, it works perfectly.

	I cannot find an older archived version of Samba, and would like
some help or recommendations if you have any for getting Samba to work in
UnixWare 2.03 without having to upgrade the operating system. 

Thank you in advance for your help.


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On Wed, 18 Jul 2001, Phil Radden wrote:
> We have successfully upgraded to the provided 2.2.1a RPM under RedHat 7.1
> and used it to turn a server into a PDC for a domain.  Whilst we've had no
> problems[1] adding a number of W2K Professional clients into this domain,
> we're currently trying to move a W2K Server client into it and not having
> any luck at all.

As always happens, it looks like it became fixed straight after my mail.  As
far as we can tell, it was installing Service Pack 2 (didn't have SP1 to
hand) which did it.  All the W2K Pro boxes happened to have SP1 already
installed, but the W2K Server install was fresh.

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Hello,
I got a quick question for y'all.  We want to restrict the types of files
that can be saved to our samba shares.  For example:  in a zip directory we
want to only allow .zip files to be saved to it.  Is there anyway of doing
this with Samba 2.2.0?
Thanks in advance for any help y'all can give

Jon Hoffman

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I forget the exact setting but veto all files.. then overide the veto for
.zip  or something like that... then set up a cron to clean up the drive
every so often... ya it creates a black hole which can reach the point of
implosion... but theoretical physics isn't my forte.

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Hello,
I got a quick question for y'all.  We want to restrict the types of files
that can be saved to our samba shares.  For example:  in a zip directory we
want to only allow .zip files to be saved to it.  Is there anyway of doing
this with Samba 2.2.0?
Thanks in advance for any help y'all can give

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I get the following error when booting a client computer onto which the
GPO is applied:
 
Failed to peform redirection of folder Application Data.  The new
directories for the redirected folder could not be created.  The folder
is configured to be redirected to \\Server\share\%username% the final
expanded path was \\Server\share\user.  The following error occured:
This security ID may not be assigned as the owner of this object.
 
I m running SAMBA 2.2.1a in DOMAIN mode.  The home shares get mapped
fine as homes... but no success when trying to apply the folder
redirection GPO's.  Any ideas?
 
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The problem was mine, all right.  I used the 2.2.1a upgrade for RH7.1 but had only RH7.0.  Whoever said that they suspected this because of the differences in the kernels was absolutely right.

Basically solved the problems by upgrading to 7.1, reinstalled 2.2.1a,  copied the old smb.conf back to it's proper place, a few other little nitnoy items, and all is working just fine.

Thanks for the replies,
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-----
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Sent:	Wednesday, July 18, 2001 10:48 AM
To:	Marion Haines at BCC@Viera
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Subject:	Re: smbd & nmbd not starting

On Tue, 17 Jul 2001 marion.haines at countygovt.brevard.fl.us wrote:

> This is my first upgrade.  I have RedHat 7.0 and was running Samba
> 2.0.7.  All was working just fine.
>
> I downloaded Samba 2.2.1a for RedHat 7.1, used "rpm -e" to remove the
> samba-client, samba-common and the samba-2.0.7 ssl and then confirmed
> with an "rpm -qa | grep samba" that all were gone.
>
> I then installed samba-2.2.1a-20010i386.rpm.  As I was doing so, I got
> a long list of repeating lines saying something about "group abartlet
> ..." and "user abartlet ..." not being there.  What could cause
> that???  Other than that, the installation of 2.2.1a seemed to go
> fine.

Andrew B.  goofed the RPM build :-)  I think he was fixing them yesterday.





cheers, jerry

>
> I then recreated the symbolic links in rc3.d, rc4.d and rc5.d for
> S38smb.  I copied (cp) the previous smb.conf to the new smb.conf (see
> below).
>
> I couldn't get smbd nor nmbd to run either thru SWAT or manually, so I
> rebooted the computer and noticed that "smb services" was running.
> Does this appears to take the place of the smbd and nmbd running under
> Samba 2.0.7???
>
> smbd and nmbd still not running, so I tried again with SWAT but to no
> avail.
>
> Did I make a mistake of getting an rpm file for 7.1 when I have 7.0???
> Should I get the rpm file for 6.2 (I noticed the numbering in it's
> name was slightly different from the 7.1 filename)???
>
> Except to remove 2.2.1a and go back to 2.0.7, I'm out of ideas.
>
> Any help will be much appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
> Marion D. Haines
> marion.haines at countygovt.brevard.fl.us
> Network Administrator
> Board of County Commissioners
> Brevard County, Florida
>
> =============================
>
> # Samba config file created using SWAT
> # Date: 2001/07/17 14:25:07
>
>  # Global parameters
>  [global]
>          workgroup = STGROUP
>          netbios name = SMB1
>          server string = Samba-GC-C204-1
>          interfaces = 192.168.204.40/255.255.255.0
>          encrypt passwords = Yes
>          min passwd length = 6
>          smb passwd file = /usr/local/samba/private/smbpasswd
>          passwd program = /usr/bin/passwd %u
>          passwd chat = *New*UNIX*password* %n\n *Retype*new*UNIX*password* %n\n *passwd*all*authentication*tokens*updated*successfully*
>          username level = 5
>          unix password sync = Yes
>          log file = /var/log/samba/%m.log
>          max log size = 0
>          socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192
>          domain logons = Yes
>          os level = 33
>          preferred master = True
>          local master = No
>          domain master = True
>          dns proxy = No
>          wins support = Yes
>          create mask = 0755
>          printing = lprng
>
>  [printers]
>          comment = All Printers
>          path = /var/spool/samba
>          printable = Yes
>          browseable = No
>
>  [UDrive]
>          comment = SAMBA drive for user data storage.
>          path = /UDrive
>          read only = No
>

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See my one of my mail regarding PDC

Bye...!

Matt Lung wrote:

> I'm running samba 2.2 and am trying to join the domain and keep getting
> the message:
>
> The credentials supplied conflict with an existing set of credentials.
>
> I have created the machine account and put it in smbpasswd
> I log in with root/password when the login to join the domain appears.
>
> Can anyone help?
>
> Matt
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Hi Jean-Michel,

Where I can find a doc that explain how to set up BDC and NIS
into Samba Architecture?

Thanx

Averroes

Jean-Michel PAKIRY wrote:

> hello,
>
> I have a problem to install a BDC
>
> my configuration is :
> server PDC (TESTPDC) with
>     samba 2.2.1
>     NIS ( server and client )
> server BDC (SRVBDC1) with
>     samba 2.2.1
>     NIS ( client )
>
> the NIS is ok.
> but I have a problem with configuration of SAMBA
>
>     When I want to connect a client wich his home directory is on the PDC it's all right,
> but if his home directory is on the BDC the map is not mounted .
>
> Here is my partially smb.conf from PDC
>
> # NMBD
>         netbios name = TESTPDC
>         os level = 128
>         preferred master = yes
>         local master = yes
>         domain master = yes
>         workgroup = TESTADM
>         server string = Serveur Primaire  ( Samba %v)
>
> # PDC
>         logon script = logon.bat
>         logon path = \\%N\%U\Profile
>         logon drive = S:
>         logon home = \\%N\%U
>         domain logons = yes
>
> # Passwd
>         security = user
>         guest account = nobody
>         encrypt passwords = yes
>         unix password sync = yes
>         smb passwd file = /etc/samba/smbpasswd
>         passwd chat debug = no
>         password level = 0
>         username level = 0
>         unix realname = No
>
> #NIS
>         nis homedir = yes
>         homedir map = amd.homedir
>
> my smb.conf from BDC :
>
> # NMBD
>         netbios name = TESTBDC
>         os level = 64
>         preferred master = yes
>         local master = yes
>         domain master = no
>         workgroup = TESTADM
>         server string = Serveur secondaire
>
> # BDC
>         logon script = logon.bat
>         logon path = \\%N\%U\Profile
>         logon drive = U:
>         logon home = \\%N\%U
>         domain logons = yes
> remote browse sync = 10.1.33.246
> remote announce = 10.1.33.246
>
> # Passwd
>          security = user
>          password server =  *
>         guest account = nobody
>         encrypt passwords = yes
>         unix password sync = yes
>         passwd chat debug = no
>         password level = 0
>         username level = 0
>         unix realname = No
>
> And my File amd.homedir :
>
>     user1 srvbdc1:/home/user1
>     user2 srvbdc1:/home/user2
>
> thanks for your help.
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Gerald Carter wrote:
> 
> On Tue, 17 Jul 2001 marion.haines at countygovt.brevard.fl.us wrote:
> 
> > This is my first upgrade.  I have RedHat 7.0 and was running Samba
> > 2.0.7.  All was working just fine.
> >
> > I downloaded Samba 2.2.1a for RedHat 7.1, used "rpm -e" to remove the
> > samba-client, samba-common and the samba-2.0.7 ssl and then confirmed
> > with an "rpm -qa | grep samba" that all were gone.
> >
> > I then installed samba-2.2.1a-20010i386.rpm.  As I was doing so, I got
> > a long list of repeating lines saying something about "group abartlet
> > ..." and "user abartlet ..." not being there.  What could cause
> > that???  Other than that, the installation of 2.2.1a seemed to go
> > fine.
> 
> Andrew B.  goofed the RPM build :-)  I think he was fixing them yesterday.
> 
> cheers, jerry

New fixed packages are now on the FTP site.

Sorry about that,

Andrew Bartlett

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On Thu, Jul 19, 2001 at 12:20:29AM +0200, Averroes wrote:
> Hi Jean-Michel,
> 
> Where I can find a doc that explain how to set up BDC and NIS
> into Samba Architecture?
> 

Samba 2.2 won't act as a BDC yet.  Watch this list for possible
announcements.

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Dear Ladies and Gentlemen
I am getting ready to install Samba for the first time. I have downloaded 
everything I though I would need from the Samba Site. I have also bought 
the latest book from O'Reilly: "Using Samba" by Eckstein,Colllier-Brown, 
and Kelly. The book covers version 2.0.6. I have noticed the last stable 
version is 2.2.1. Is there any difference between the two versions that 
would give me any "gotcha's". I am having a deuce of a time just trying to 
get this all in and I would appreciate any information on any differences.

Thanks
Bob Counts
Kensett Arkansas

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On Wed, 18 Jul 2001, Ashley Clark wrote:

> * Ashley Clark in "Shortcuts not being transfered correctly" dated
> * 2001/07/18 13:29 wrote:
>
> > On the client if a user adds a folder to their Network Places folder and
> > it is saved in their profile, when they log back in the shortcut has lost
> > its magic and instead of taking them to the network share it opens a
> > directory with two files, target.lnk and a system/hidden desktop.ini. When
> > I open the target.lnk file it will open the share. What's the deal?
> >
> > This also affects other special folders with desktop.ini in them, for
> > instance the standard My Pictures directory when opened after logging on a
> > second time loses its magic also.
>
> Trying a little before and after experimentation it seems that before
> I log out (at least from a command prompt window) the directory is
> marked read-only, when I log back in the read-only bit is no longer
> set and the magic is gone. If I use attrib to add it back then the
> magic works again. Strange?

No not strange at all.  The "My Briefcase" folder works
the same way :-(










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On Wed, 18 Jul 2001, James Nord wrote:

> Hi,
>
> We have samba 2.2.1a (PDC) running on Solaris 2.7 and get the
> following error in the logs.  I can repreoduce it at will, but
> unfortuanelty I can not at the moment provide a debug log.  Has anyone
> else seen this?
>
> Error is:
> [2001/07/18 18:01:14, 0]
> rpc_server/srv_samr_nt.c:_samr_query_useraliases(2454)
>   _samr_query_useraliases: Not yet implemented.
> [2001/07/18 18:01:14, 0]
> rpc_server/srv_samr_nt.c:_samr_query_useraliases(2454)
>   _samr_query_useraliases: Not yet implemented.
> [2001/07/18 18:01:14, 0] lib/fault.c:fault_report(40)
>   ===============================================================
> [2001/07/18 18:01:14, 0] lib/fault.c:fault_report(41)
>   INTERNAL ERROR: Signal 11 in pid 6492 (2.2.1a)
>   Please read the file BUGS.txt in the distribution
> [2001/07/18 18:01:14, 0] lib/fault.c:fault_report(43)
>   ===============================================================
> [2001/07/18 18:01:14, 0] lib/util.c:smb_panic(1101)
>   PANIC: internal error
>
> To reproduce this all i need to do is run mkpasswd -d from the cygwin
> toolkit on a win2000 machine that is in the Samba controlled domain.
>
> error output from mkpasswd is NetUserEnum() failed with 1726

See if you can either

(a) get a level 10 debug log, or
(b) Compile smbd with -g option, add 'panic action =
    /bin/sleep 9000' into smb.conf, and then attach a debugger
    to the crashed smbd and get a backtrace of the call stack.


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I am sharing files between Unix and Windows.  I have the name mangling options
set at default except for "case sensitive = yes".  I am running version 2.0.3.

Here is the problem I am having, I have two files, under unix they look like 
this:

FRED.FM
Fred.fm

Under windows they look like this:

Fred.fm
Fred.fm

As you can tell there is no way to tell the difference between these file which
is a problem.  We have opened the wrong file a few times.  What can I do to
make it clearer from the Windows side (Windows NT).

Thanks,

Luke

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hi,
I want to know How to install SAMBA in my machine?
Can I get some installation guide?

Thanks
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Hi,

I just installed a RedHat 6.2 with a vanilla 2.4.6 kernel and SGI XFS 1.0.1.
Everything seems to be fined, I put the correct stuff for quota, acl...
(everything compiled from the source)
I tried to configure samba 2.2.1a and samba CVS from today and I got the
same problems that others got.
As they already said, this does not happen with samba 2.2.0.
So is it possible to put back the support for XFS ACL in Samba ?
My Samba server will be used as a PDC for Windows 2000 machines and also as
a centralized storage system then I definitely need the ACL support.

Regards.

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Hi Luke,
That's not YOUR problem, that's windows explorer being 'nice' to you.
It shows a file all caps as IF only the 1st letter is capitalized.
If you go to a command prompt and do a dir command on the same directory
it will show up correctly.  As far as I know (and I don't know too far ;>)
there's nothing you can do on the NT side to make Explorer tell you the 
truth...
Don

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I am sharing files between Unix and Windows.  I have the name mangling
options
set at default except for "case sensitive = yes".  I am running version
2.0.3.

Here is the problem I am having, I have two files, under unix they look like

this:

FRED.FM
Fred.fm

Under windows they look like this:

Fred.fm
Fred.fm

As you can tell there is no way to tell the difference between these file
which
is a problem.  We have opened the wrong file a few times.  What can I do to
make it clearer from the Windows side (Windows NT).

Thanks,

Luke

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Jerome,

Could you elaborate more? I don't remember what the
other reports said. (the truth: I didn't have time to
read them) If you could do that, and get back to me,
I'd appreciate it. Good luck!

Sean Elble
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> Hi,
> 
> I just installed a RedHat 6.2 with a vanilla 2.4.6
> kernel and SGI XFS 1.0.1.
> Everything seems to be fined, I put the correct
> stuff for quota, acl...
> (everything compiled from the source)
> I tried to configure samba 2.2.1a and samba CVS from
> today and I got the
> same problems that others got.
> As they already said, this does not happen with
> samba 2.2.0.
> So is it possible to put back the support for XFS
> ACL in Samba ?
> My Samba server will be used as a PDC for Windows
> 2000 machines and also as
> a centralized storage system then I definitely need
> the ACL support.
> 
> Regards.
> 
> Jerome
> 
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Hi,

it looks like the configure script of Samba 2.2.1a and the CVS one does not
test the XFS ACL presence. It tests the POSIX ACL support which I don't have
because there is nothing for the 2.4.6 kernel on this website
http://acl.bestbits.at/

By the way, do you know if it possible to have POSXI ACL and XFS ACL at the
same time because both provide acl and attributes utilities ? Is there any
conflicts ?

As far as I get nothing during 'configure' saying 'XFS ACL support' I guess
it is not used and I won't be able to use it from Samba after.

Regards.

Jerome

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> Jerome,
>
> Could you elaborate more? I don't remember what the
> other reports said. (the truth: I didn't have time to
> read them) If you could do that, and get back to me,
> I'd appreciate it. Good luck!
>
> Sean Elble
> --- Jerome Baumgarten <jerome_baumgarten at yahoo.fr>
> wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I just installed a RedHat 6.2 with a vanilla 2.4.6
> > kernel and SGI XFS 1.0.1.
> > Everything seems to be fined, I put the correct
> > stuff for quota, acl...
> > (everything compiled from the source)
> > I tried to configure samba 2.2.1a and samba CVS from
> > today and I got the
> > same problems that others got.
> > As they already said, this does not happen with
> > samba 2.2.0.
> > So is it possible to put back the support for XFS
> > ACL in Samba ?
> > My Samba server will be used as a PDC for Windows
> > 2000 machines and also as
> > a centralized storage system then I definitely need
> > the ACL support.
> >
> > Regards.
> >
> > Jerome
> >
> >
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Bob Counts wrote:
> 
> Dear Ladies and Gentlemen
> I am getting ready to install Samba for the first time. I have downloaded
> everything I though I would need from the Samba Site. I have also bought
> the latest book from O'Reilly: "Using Samba" by Eckstein,Colllier-Brown,
> and Kelly. The book covers version 2.0.6. I have noticed the last stable
> version is 2.2.1. Is there any difference between the two versions that
> would give me any "gotcha's". I am having a deuce of a time just trying to
> get this all in and I would appreciate any information on any differences.
> 
> Thanks
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The O'Reilly book is GREAT to get you up and running. Most of the
changes from 2.06 - 2.2.1 have to do with marrying NT and Win2k to samba
and plugging some security holes (along with some bug fixes and locking
fixes) For a base install of 2.2.1a, the book will more than get you up
and running.

I'm still running 2.09 and it works flawlessly for my purposes (small 5
computer office - no NT, never have, never will) From my experience, the
easiest way to get up and running is to start with fixed IP's use WINS,
/etc/hosts and /etc/lmhosts for name resolution. Get comfortable with
the system. Then migrate to a DHCP/BIND setup. Though nothing is
difficult, it can be daunting if you try it all at once.

They have computers in Arkansas? What did they do with all the stills,
livestock and farm equipment?

-- 
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Hi,

We are having UnixWare SVR 4.2MP Version 2.0 and are using Samba
downloaded from the Freebird archives - ftp u1.abs.net
/unixware/freebird/fileserver/samba-1.9.15p8*. We are using Win98/95
clients to share printers and files and to take backups of our Win files
onto the Unixware (samba server) tape drive. If you want more
functionality however, you'll need to compile the source for your platform
yourself.

Hope that helps

Mark.


On Wed, 18 Jul 2001, Marles, Rob wrote:

> Hello,
> 
> 	I'm trying to find a Samba package for our test unix server.  Our
> test server runs UNIX_SV 2.03.  Unfortunately the Samba 2.2 package seems to
> want to use the unix file libsocket.so.2, where as the version of unix we
> use is older and has the version libsocket.so.1 available.  I have used
> Samba in our production environment, but given that it has the latest O/S
> and is on a machine that is much more powerfull, it works perfectly.
> 
> 	I cannot find an older archived version of Samba, and would like
> some help or recommendations if you have any for getting Samba to work in
> UnixWare 2.03 without having to upgrade the operating system. 
> 
> Thank you in advance for your help.
> 
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Dear all,

Our Linux users here require to share their floppy drive to other Windows
users with Samba.
It requires autofs used for the floppy drive so that users no need to
manually mount / unmount the floppy.

However, we got a lots of problems:

I've tried to setup the automount with timeout=1 for the floppy, but when,
seems when the floppy share is being used by some people, unmount doesn't
work properly. Even worse, sometimes when we changed a floppy, all we can
see from the floppy share is the old content of the previous floppy!

Is there some sort of caching & locking to a samba's share and I should also
take care of it (disable them) so that everyone cannot use the floppy share
again if the floppy is removed?

Another question is in Windows if we want to mount the floppy share network
drive, and we don't put the floppy to the Samba machine's drive, it can
never mount the floppy as a network share and both Windows & Linux just hang
there with the Linux's floppy drive light turned on.

The Linux system is Debian 2.2 with kernel 2.2.17, Samba 2.0.7. Windows is a
Win2k Professional.
Sorry for so many questions but we really don't know how can we do!

Thanks!
Vincent

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Dear all,

Our Linux users here require to share their floppy drive to other Windows
users with Samba.
It requires autofs used for the floppy drive so that users no need to
manually mount / unmount the floppy.

However, we got a lots of problems:

I've tried to setup the automount with timeout=1 for the floppy, but when,
seems when the floppy share is being used by some people, unmount doesn't
work properly. Even worse, sometimes when we changed a floppy, all we can
see from the floppy share is the old content of the previous floppy!

Is there some sort of caching & locking to a samba's share and I should also
take care of it (disable them) so that everyone cannot use the floppy share
again if the floppy is removed?

Another question is in Windows if we want to mount the floppy share network
drive, and we don't put the floppy to the Samba machine's drive, it can
never mount the floppy as a network share and both Windows & Linux just hang
there with the Linux's floppy drive light turned on.

The Linux system is Debian 2.2 with kernel 2.2.17, Samba 2.0.7. Windows is a
Win2k Professional.
Sorry for so many questions but we really don't know how can we do!

Thanks!
Vincent

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I edited print_cups.c and made the following changes.  It is not pretty
and definatly not the way to do it, but I think it might work.  I have
been able to compile it, but unable to test it out.

Patrick Gunerud
======================================================

--- print_cups.c	Wed Jul 18 21:24:24 2001
+++ print_cups.c.old	Wed Jul 18 20:36:36 2001
@@ -1014,9 +1014,6 @@
 			*response;	/* IPP Response */
 	cups_lang_t	*language;	/* Default language */
 	char		uri[HTTP_MAX_URI]; /* printer-uri attribute */
-	char		user_fix;	/* Default to root to fix no passed user name */
-
-	user_fix='root';
 
 
 	DEBUG(5,("cups_queue_pause(%d)\n", snum));
@@ -1067,7 +1064,7 @@
 	ippAddString(request, IPP_TAG_OPERATION, IPP_TAG_URI, "printer-uri",
NULL, uri);
 
 	ippAddString(request, IPP_TAG_OPERATION, IPP_TAG_NAME,
"requesting-user-name",
-        	     NULL, user_fix);
+        	     NULL, pjob->user);
 
        /*
 	* Do the request and get back a response...
@@ -1108,9 +1105,6 @@
 			*response;	/* IPP Response */
 	cups_lang_t	*language;	/* Default language */
 	char		uri[HTTP_MAX_URI]; /* printer-uri attribute */
-	char		user_fix;	/* Default to root to fix no passed user name */
-
-	user_fix='root';
 
 
 	DEBUG(5,("cups_queue_resume(%d)\n", snum));
@@ -1161,7 +1155,7 @@
 	ippAddString(request, IPP_TAG_OPERATION, IPP_TAG_URI, "printer-uri",
NULL, uri);
 
 	ippAddString(request, IPP_TAG_OPERATION, IPP_TAG_NAME,
"requesting-user-name",
-        	     NULL, user_fix);
+        	     NULL, pjob->user);
 
        /*
 	* Do the request and get back a response...

===================================================================

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Samba 2.2 cvs compile problems - Bug?
Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2001 22:08:47 -0600
From: Patrick <slu at firerun.net>
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To: samba at lists.samba.org, samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org

Hi all,

    I checked out todays (7/17/2001) cvs of samba 2.2.  I get the
following error when I try to compile samba:

<snip>
Compiling passdb/pampass.c
Compiling printing/pcap.c
Compiling printing/print_svid.c
Compiling printing/print_cups.c
printing/print_cups.c: In function `cups_queue_pause':
printing/print_cups.c:1067: `pjob' undeclared (first use in this
function)
printing/print_cups.c:1067: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only
once
printing/print_cups.c:1067: for each function it appears in.)
printing/print_cups.c: In function `cups_queue_resume':
printing/print_cups.c:1158: `pjob' undeclared (first use in this
function)
make: *** [printing/print_cups.o] Error 1

I am running RedHat 7.1 with cups installed for printing.  My configure
options are:

configure --libdir=/etc/samba \
  --with-lockdir=/var/lock/samba --with-privatedir=/etc/samba \
  --with-swatdir=/usr/share/swat --with-localstatedir=/var/log/samba \
  --with-pam --with-smbmount \
  --with-profile --with-mmap --with-quotas --with-automount

Patrick Gunerud

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David

thanks for the reply. I will look forward to getting
Samba up and running. I need to do something with 5
PC's and 3 teenagers all running peer-to-peer. 
Once again thanks for the reply the tip will come in
handy.

ps we still have all those stills and farms and such,
we're now computerized. ;-)

thanks
Bob Counts
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> Bob Counts wrote:
> > 
> > Dear Ladies and Gentlemen
> > I am getting ready to install Samba for the first
> time. I have downloaded
> > everything I though I would need from the Samba
> Site. I have also bought
> > the latest book from O'Reilly: "Using Samba" by
> Eckstein,Colllier-Brown,
> > and Kelly. The book covers version 2.0.6. I have
> noticed the last stable
> > version is 2.2.1. Is there any difference between
> the two versions that
> > would give me any "gotcha's". I am having a deuce
> of a time just trying to
> > get this all in and I would appreciate any
> information on any differences.
> > 
> > Thanks
> > Bob Counts
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> The O'Reilly book is GREAT to get you up and
> running. Most of the
> changes from 2.06 - 2.2.1 have to do with marrying
> NT and Win2k to samba
> and plugging some security holes (along with some
> bug fixes and locking
> fixes) For a base install of 2.2.1a, the book will
> more than get you up
> and running.
> 
> I'm still running 2.09 and it works flawlessly for
> my purposes (small 5
> computer office - no NT, never have, never will)
> From my experience, the
> easiest way to get up and running is to start with
> fixed IP's use WINS,
> /etc/hosts and /etc/lmhosts for name resolution. Get
> comfortable with
> the system. Then migrate to a DHCP/BIND setup.
> Though nothing is
> difficult, it can be daunting if you try it all at
> once.
> 
> They have computers in Arkansas? What did they do
> with all the stills,
> livestock and farm equipment?
> 
> -- 
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How many users do you want have connect to the floppy at the same 
time? I would try some thing like:

max connections = 1
preecex = mount /floppy
postecex = umount /floppy

in smb.conf and

/dev/floppy  /floppy  msdos  noauto,user  0 0

in /etc/fstab.

Should work as long as your PC users take care to
1. instert the floppy
2. connect to the share
3. use the share
4. disconnect form the share
5. ejct the floppy

But I'm not sure if the automounter can avoid this 5 steps: As long 
as a smbd uses the floppy it can not be unmounted.

Christian






> 
> Our Linux users here require to share their floppy drive to other Windows
> users with Samba.
> It requires autofs used for the floppy drive so that users no need to
> manually mount / unmount the floppy.
> 
> However, we got a lots of problems:
> 
> I've tried to setup the automount with timeout=1 for the floppy, but when,
> seems when the floppy share is being used by some people, unmount doesn't
> work properly. Even worse, sometimes when we changed a floppy, all we can
> see from the floppy share is the old content of the previous floppy!
> 
> Is there some sort of caching & locking to a samba's share and I should also
> take care of it (disable them) so that everyone cannot use the floppy share
> again if the floppy is removed?
> 
> Another question is in Windows if we want to mount the floppy share network
> drive, and we don't put the floppy to the Samba machine's drive, it can
> never mount the floppy as a network share and both Windows & Linux just hang
> there with the Linux's floppy drive light turned on.
> 
> The Linux system is Debian 2.2 with kernel 2.2.17, Samba 2.0.7. Windows is a
> Win2k Professional.
> Sorry for so many questions but we really don't know how can we do!
> 
> Thanks!
> Vincent
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Maybe this will end the question once and for all.. I may be a little
wrong about this but it, I think, is the correct explanation.

XFS and the XFS team intend on using the POSIX ACL implementation to
manage XFS ACL's on Linux, thus the need for SAMBA to support the
proprietary XFS ACL mechanisms is redundant. Unfortunately XFS 1.0.0 and
1.0.1, while fairly stable, are not complete and final implementations.
I am running Samba 2.2.1a + XFS + POSIX ACL's on a CVS version of the
kernel (2.4.7-pre6) + XFS from SGI's CVS and things work like a dream.

John Laur

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On Behalf Of Jerome Baumgarten
Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2001 7:52 PM
To: Sean Elble
Cc: samba at lists.samba.org
Subject: Re: Samba 2.2.1a + XFS + ACL

Hi,

it looks like the configure script of Samba 2.2.1a and the CVS one does
not
test the XFS ACL presence. It tests the POSIX ACL support which I don't
have
because there is nothing for the 2.4.6 kernel on this website
http://acl.bestbits.at/

By the way, do you know if it possible to have POSXI ACL and XFS ACL at
the
same time because both provide acl and attributes utilities ? Is there
any
conflicts ?

As far as I get nothing during 'configure' saying 'XFS ACL support' I
guess
it is not used and I won't be able to use it from Samba after.

Regards.

Jerome

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Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2001 5:40 PM
Subject: Re: Samba 2.2.1a + XFS + ACL


> Jerome,
>
> Could you elaborate more? I don't remember what the
> other reports said. (the truth: I didn't have time to
> read them) If you could do that, and get back to me,
> I'd appreciate it. Good luck!
>
> Sean Elble
> --- Jerome Baumgarten <jerome_baumgarten at yahoo.fr>
> wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I just installed a RedHat 6.2 with a vanilla 2.4.6
> > kernel and SGI XFS 1.0.1.
> > Everything seems to be fined, I put the correct
> > stuff for quota, acl...
> > (everything compiled from the source)
> > I tried to configure samba 2.2.1a and samba CVS from
> > today and I got the
> > same problems that others got.
> > As they already said, this does not happen with
> > samba 2.2.0.
> > So is it possible to put back the support for XFS
> > ACL in Samba ?
> > My Samba server will be used as a PDC for Windows
> > 2000 machines and also as
> > a centralized storage system then I definitely need
> > the ACL support.
> >
> > Regards.
> >
> > Jerome
> >
> >
> >
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Hi List

W2K is the workstation OS, running with SP2.
Single PDC is NT 4, SP6a
Separate server running Samba 2.0.7 (slap fingers for not upgrading yet, i
know)
The Samba machine is a member of the NT domain

Basically all drives are mapped to the Samba machine during logon.
At present all workstations run Win95 & we're about to u/g to W2K.
As part of that I'm implementing roaming profiles, and for space reasons,
they need to be stored on the Samba box.  The profile path is set in 
the user properties on the NT server & points to \\SambaPC\profiles\username

I've been able to successfully create a profile when logging in using 
the config below, however when I make a change (wallpaper etc) and log 
off, it refuses to save the profile back to the Samba share.  
The contents of the log below show what has happened, but to me 
the file permissions should allow it, am I missing something here??

(by successfully creating a profile I mean having a blank directory
for the user in the Profiles share & letting W2K create it 
automatically when logging in)

note: all the test0[1,2,3] users are in group users

Can anyone shed some light on what is happening here.  I have more
output from the logs, but for space reasons I've only included what
I thought was relevant.  If anyone needs to see more info from smb.conf
or the logs, let me know.

TIA

------------------------------------------------------------
share setup for profile storage - smb.conf
------------------------------------------------------------

[Profiles]
	comment = Roaming Profile Storage
	path = /storage/profiles
	valid users = @users, @everyone
	admin users = @itstaff
	write list = @users, @itstaff, @everyone
	force group = users
	writeable = Yes
	create mask = 0770
	force create mode = 0770
	directory mask = 0770
	force directory mode = 0770
	guest ok = No
	browseable = No
	strict locking = No

------------------------------------------------------------
File permissions on profiles share and its subdirectories
------------------------------------------------------------

drwxrws---    5 root     users         120 Jul 18 15:06 profiles


drwxrws---    5 root     users         152 Jul 19 16:22 .
drwxr-xr-x   11 root     root          328 Jul 19 16:22 ..
drwxrws---   13 test01   users         456 Jul 19 16:09 test01
drwxrws---    2 test02   users          48 Jul 19 16:02 test02
drwxrws---    2 test03   users          48 Jul 19 16:02 test03


------------------------------------------------------------
This is from the log.<machinename>
------------------------------------------------------------
[2001/07/19 16:09:23, 2] smbd/process.c:switch_message(460)
  switch_message: queueing message due to being in oplock break state.
[2001/07/19 16:09:23, 3] smbd/oplock.c:initial_break_processing(702)
  initial_break_processing: called for dev = 341, inode = 11304 tv_sec =
3b56809b, tv_usec = 54cd7.
  Current oplocks_open (exclusive = 1, levelII = 0)
[2001/07/19 16:09:23, 3] smbd/process.c:process_smb(618)
  Transaction 2190 of length 55
[2001/07/19 16:09:23, 3] smbd/process.c:switch_message(448)
  switch message SMBlockingX (pid 27464)
[2001/07/19 16:09:23, 3] lib/doscalls.c:dos_ChDir(342)
  dos_ChDir to /storage/profiles
[2001/07/19 16:09:23, 3] smbd/oplock.c:initial_break_processing(702)
  initial_break_processing: called for dev = 341, inode = 11304 tv_sec =
3b56809b, tv_usec = 54cd7.
  Current oplocks_open (exclusive = 0, levelII = 0)
[2001/07/19 16:09:23, 3] smbd/oplock.c:initial_break_processing(739)
  initial_break_processing: file test01/Recent/prfB.tmp (dev = 341, inode =
11304) has no oplock.
  Allowing break to succeed regardless.
[2001/07/19 16:09:23, 3] smbd/oplock.c:oplock_break(1076)
  oplock_break: returning success for dev = 341, inode = 11304
  Current exclusive_oplocks_open = 0
[2001/07/19 16:09:23, 2] smbd/open.c:check_share_mode(786)
  Share violation on file (4,1,2,27464,test01/Recent/prfB.tmp,fcbopen = 0,
flags = 0) = 0
[2001/07/19 16:09:23, 3] smbd/error.c:error_packet(138)
  error packet at line 878 cmd=162 (SMBntcreateX) eclass=1 ecode=32
[2001/07/19 16:09:23, 3] smbd/error.c:error_packet(143)
  error string = Permission denied

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Hi,

> XFS and the XFS team intend on using the POSIX ACL implementation to
> manage XFS ACL's on Linux, thus the need for SAMBA to support the
> proprietary XFS ACL mechanisms is redundant. Unfortunately XFS 1.0.0 and
> 1.0.1, while fairly stable, are not complete and final implementations.


Just to get you right:
Samba 2.2.1a just supports posix acls.
The XFS 1.0.1 ACLs are not fully POSIX compliant and therefore are not 
supported by samba 2.2.1a?


> I am running Samba 2.2.1a + XFS + POSIX ACL's on a CVS version of the
> kernel (2.4.7-pre6) + XFS from SGI's CVS and things work like a dream.


People who want to use XFS ACLs with samba 2.2.1a have to use the XFS 
version from SGI's CVS or have to wait for a POSIX compliant XFS release?

Thanks for clarifying this !

christoph

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hello,

I have a strange problem here:
server RH 7.1/samba 2.2.1 compiled from source with --with-pam 
--with-pam_smbpass, clear text passwords.
Clients are win98; they logon and I have a *.bat for every user
which maps some shares.
Now, if the user name has less the 8 chars, all is ok; if the 
username has more than 8, the bat has also more (%U.bat) 
from some clients it's working, from others not.
I'm climbing the walls; I'm working on this since yesterday 
and I came to no conclusion(some clients work, some don't)
Maybe it's a registry problem on the win98/win98se side...
Here is the relevant part from my setup:
[global]
....
	logon script = %U.bat
        logon home = \\%L\%U
        logon path = \\%L\profiles\%U
        domain logons = Yes
...

[netlogon]
        comment = Network Logon Service
        path = /usr/local/samba/netlogon
        admin users = admin
        read only = yes
        public = yes
        locking = no
        browseable = yes
        share modes = no
...
the permissions are ok on the linux side: 755 for the netlogon 
and *.bat files;
the format of the username is "aname_asurname", and the bat is 
aname_asurname.bat; from the clients that don't work it prints
C:\WINDOWS>Access  denied - Z:\ANAME~@%.BAT
it logs on ok, though; if I run the the bat locally, it maps
the drives...

any ideas?

dragos

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Dragos Delcea wrote:
> 
> hello,
> 
> I have a strange problem here:
> server RH 7.1/samba 2.2.1 compiled from source with --with-pam
> --with-pam_smbpass, clear text passwords.
> Clients are win98; they logon and I have a *.bat for every user
> which maps some shares.
> Now, if the user name has less the 8 chars, all is ok; if the
> username has more than 8, the bat has also more (%U.bat)
> from some clients it's working, from others not.
...
I forgot to tell you that I have a old server RH5.2/samba-2.0.4b 
which is woking that way...
I looked at the testparm output from both and tried some changes,
but I came to no result


dragos

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Luke Miller <millerl at biotronik.COM> wrote on 19.07.01 00:46:02:

>
>I am sharing files between Unix and Windows.  I have the name mangling 
>options set at default except for "case sensitive = yes".  I am 
>running version 2.0.3. 
>
>Here is the problem I am having, I have two files, under unix they 
>look like this:
>
>FRED.FM
>Fred.fm
>
>Under windows they look like this:
>
>Fred.fm
>Fred.fm
>
>As you can tell there is no way to tell the difference between these 
>file which is a problem.  We have opened the wrong file a few times.  
>What can I do to make it clearer from the Windows side (Windows NT).
>
>Thanks,
>
>Luke
>

Hi Luke,

in Win98 Explorer you can change this behavior (sorry I don't have a NT 
to test). Goto "View->Folder options" (translated from german version), 
in the "View" tab (translated again) you can check "Allow all uppercase 
filenames" (and translated again). 

Ciao Oliver

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I have 2 Windows-NT 4(SP5) file servers, which I want to access from my SuSE
7.0 Linux Box.
I've installed Samba 2.2.0 (from source tarball).
I get sucess on 'smbmount //uksrv1/share1 /windows/S -o username=bonnelltd'
but fail with   'smbmount //uksrv2/share2 /windows/Q -o username=bonnelltd'

Both servers are running static IP adresses, which are in my /etc/hosts
file.
Both Servers have exactly the same share permissions.
Both servers are runnig WINS (if this matters).
Both servers are in the same NT domain (though the good one is a BDC, the
bad one a member server)

The error that I got was:

28303:session setup failed :ERRnoaccess (Access denied.)
SMB connection failed

Can anyone think of anything else that I should be looking at

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Hi,
      I am completely new to samba. I'm trying to enable samba configuration
through an LDAP directory rather than from the local flat file. as a part of
my training project. Is there a road map available that would give me an idea
about which files I need to tamper with ? And of-course, suggestions and
issues related to this will be welcome and much appreciated.

Thanks
Manish

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Despite everybody's good suggestions, my problem still hasn't been solved. I
have rebooted the server in the meantime, so the new "locking=no" setting
must now certainly be active. Does anyone know an alternative solution or is
there something more I need to do?

Jordi Verwer

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Hi all,

I'm trying to create 'smarer' login scripts in this way:

<smb.conf>
logon script = logon.bat %U
<end>

<logon.bat>
@echo off
echo Hi, %1
<end>

I expected to see something like this as i log on as user nico:

Hi, nico

but all i get is:

Hi,

btw if i start the bat file from a prompt like this "logon nico", it works as
i want it to work.

Ideas?

Yours,
Nico de Haer

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I am having a bit of a problem getting samba to work.  First off let me tell
yo about my experiences with samba.  I am in school at a technical college
(for computer networking) and I have install samba there using RH 6.2
connected to a 98 box via a hub.  Ok, at home I have a DSL Router/switch
that connect my RH 7.1 box and a 98 box.  I am doing pretty much the same
that with my home lab that we are doing in the shcool lab.  I have the
smb.conf file configured and have tested it using  # testparm, but I still
can't get
it going.


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Hi,

> Just to get you right:
> Samba 2.2.1a just supports posix acls.
> The XFS 1.0.1 ACLs are not fully POSIX compliant and therefore are not
> supported by samba 2.2.1a?
>
>
> > I am running Samba 2.2.1a + XFS + POSIX ACL's on a CVS version of the
> > kernel (2.4.7-pre6) + XFS from SGI's CVS and things work like a dream.
>
>
> People who want to use XFS ACLs with samba 2.2.1a have to use the XFS
> version from SGI's CVS or have to wait for a POSIX compliant XFS release?

On my server I'm running kernel 2.4.6 + XFS 1.01 patches + XFS 1.01 tools +
Samba 2.2.1a with acl's enabled. In my experience,  XFS 1.01 is sufficiently
POSIX compliant to be used with Samba. Note that you must install the cmd's
(tar or RPM's) to get the required header files and libraries in order for
Samba's configure to recognize the alc support.

Wim

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Hello all,

I am not sure if this is the right place, but then I try to keep my message as short as possible.
We use Samba 2.0.3 on SunOS 5.8. On this machine we run ClearCase 4.0 and use Samba to export the directories and files used by above mentioned ClearCase to be used by ClearCase running on NT4.0 SP5 boxen. Now we encounter problems while using a special ClearCase feature called triggers. Files read by so called trigger scripts read from those Samba shares are incorrectly written back by the perl script invoked through those triggers. This worked for months until it recently started to break. Whereas I do not find error information in the various ClearCase logs, I do find a lot of error messages in the samba logs like this one here:

	srcp1:ccadm> more log.wceh00bt.post.ch
	[2001/07/16 12:38:47, 2] lib/access.c:(249)
	  Allowed connection from wceh00bt.post.ch (138.191.26.122)
	[2001/07/16 12:39:54, 2] smbd/open.c:(576)
	  kochw opened file kochw_nt.vws/.s/00008/99211a6b.100b.Snoerk.version read=Yes write=Yes (numopen=10)
	[2001/07/16 12:39:54, 0] locking/shmem_sysv.c:(214)
	  ERROR shm_alloc : alloc of 105 bytes failed
	[2001/07/16 12:39:54, 0] locking/locking_shm.c:(435)
	  ERROR:set_share_mode shmops->shm_alloc fail!
	[2001/07/16 12:39:54, 2] smbd/open.c:(576)

What does this mean? I am actually quite scared, because this seems to come from the very guts of Samba, and it seems to me that Samba is suffocating from some kind of shared memory allocation. May this be related with our file write problem, do I have to worry, is everything O.K. etc?

Every help is appreciated, thank you!

Best regards,		Werner Koch



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Kallisti!

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Hello all,

since my last posting, I got a little bit further, but
two major problems still remain:

1. After rebooting the linux machine with samba on it,
the windows clients get always the message
"NO DRIVER AVAILABLE FOR THIS PRINTER" and I have to
reinstall the driver.

2. The printer can only be used from the computer that
was used to install the driver!!!! All other computers
can see the printer and get the right driver information,
but they cannot print.

When I try to print from one of these machines, CUPS
prints in its error logfile the message:

"get_printer_attrs: resource name '/printers/lj1100' no good!
 get_jobs: resource name '/printers/lj1100' no good!"

Printing from the machine that was used to install the
driver returns a message like this:

"Job 12 queued on 'lp' by 'root'.
 Started backend /usr/lib/cups/backend/parallel (PID 3657) for job
12."

I am trying to get this done for four days now, I would
be really happy if someone could help me with that!!!

Thanks,
Sascha


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Dear Sir,
I am newbie to Linux. I have loaded RedHat 7.1 in my machine. By default it  has Samba 2.0.8 installed and it is working
fine.
I have downloaded the latest tar files Samba 2.2.1a  from your site. I have  created the required rpm from it by makerpm
utility.
But when I try install the same using "rpm -Uvh "command it gives an error  message which says there is a conflict with
"samba -swat 2.0.8.1-7.1" . This also happens if deinstall the samba 2.0.8  using "rpm -e" commnd.
It would be nice if could help me out on this matter
Regards
Tridib

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I just resolved a problem I've been facing for years with Windows Terminal Server and printing to a
Samba server, and I think it might be worth it to document in the Samba docs.  Up until now I've had
"nt smb support = no" in the smb.conf, but this always caused problems with AutoCAD on Windows
Terminal Server, and now problems with Powerpoint on Windows 2000 were starting to occur.

I finally found a reference in the mailing list that addresses and provides a working fix for this
problem: http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=samba&m=97474174027152&w=2

The problem was that network connection "devices" named Ne00:, Ne01:, etc., were being created in the
working directory, if the working directory was a Samba share, when a WTS user sent a print job to a
Samba printer.  Normally this didn't cause problems, but occasionally the queue would just stop
working for a WTS server, and it appears the print output was just being written into the
Nexx: file.  To start it again the queue would have to be deleted and re-added to that WTS server.

Setting "nt smb support = no" fixed the problem, but created additional problems that started to
become critical with deployment of Windows 2000.  Powerpoint files on a Samba share would open as
read-only for any user other than the owner with the "nt smb support" parameter set to no, which is
similar to the problem we've accepted with AutoCAD for a few years.

I think at least this tidbit about adding "veto files" parameters to smb.conf for Windows Terminal
Server printing should be added to the documentation.  Perhaps a more elegant solution would be to
eventually add code to prevent Samba from allowing illegal filenames like Ne00: to be created on
disk.  Since files ending with a colon (:) are illegal in DOS/Windows filesystems, this seems like a
natural thing to prevent Samba from doing as well.

Thanks to the Samba team and all other contributors for a great package.

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On Thu, 19 Jul 2001 15:17:41 +0200
Sascha Mueller <Sascha.Mueller at prodato-it.de> wrote:

> I am trying to get this done for four days now, I would
> be really happy if someone could help me with that!!!

I have a working setup of samba + cups for a pretty large network, so
I can help you with hands on knowledge.

Ok.

Do you have cups installed and configured?

Can you access the configuration page on http://localhost:631/ ?

Can you print a test page from cups?

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Tridib Biswas wrote:
> 
> Dear Sir,
> I am newbie to Linux. I have loaded RedHat 7.1 in my machine. By default it  has Samba 2.0.8 installed and it is working
> fine.
> I have downloaded the latest tar files Samba 2.2.1a  from your site. I have  created the required rpm from it by makerpm
> utility.
> But when I try install the same using "rpm -Uvh "command it gives an error  message which says there is a conflict with
> "samba -swat 2.0.8.1-7.1" . This also happens if deinstall the samba 2.0.8  using "rpm -e" commnd.
> It would be nice if could help me out on this matter

rpm -e samba-swat samba-common samba-clients samba

should do the job

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Hello,

I have a problem to connect my w2k to my samba server.
here is my smb.conf dump
Load smb config files from /etc/smb.conf
Processing section "[printers]"
Processing section "[tmp]"
Loaded services file OK.
Press enter to see a dump of your service definitions
# Global parameters
[global]
coding system =
client code page = 850
workgroup = MYGROUP
netbios name = SDXL
netbios aliases =
netbios scope =
server string = Samba Server %v
interfaces =
bind interfaces only = No
security = USER
encrypt passwords = Yes
update encrypted = No
allow trusted domains = Yes
hosts equiv =
min password length = 5
map to guest = Never
null passwords = No
password server =
smb passwd file = /etc/smbpasswd
root directory = /
passwd program = /bin/passwd
passwd chat = *new*password* %n\n *new*password* %n\n *changed*
passwd chat debug = No
username map =
password level = 0
username level = 0
unix password sync = No
restrict anonymous = No
use rhosts = No
debug level = 2
syslog = 1
syslog only = No
log file = /var/log/samba/log.%m
max log size = 50
debug timestamp = Yes
debug hires timestamp = No
debug pid = No
debug uid = No
protocol = NT1
read bmpx = No
read raw = Yes
write raw = Yes
nt smb support = Yes
nt pipe support = Yes
nt acl support = Yes
announce version = 4.2
announce as = NT
max mux = 50
max xmit = 65535
name resolve order = lmhosts host wins bcast
max ttl = 259200
max wins ttl = 518400
min wins ttl = 21600
time server = No
change notify timeout = 60
deadtime = 0
getwd cache = Yes
keepalive = 300
lpq cache time = 10
max disk size = 0
max open files = 10000
read prediction = No
read size = 16384
shared mem size = 1048576
socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192
stat cache size = 50
load printers = Yes
printcap name = lpstat
printer driver file = /etc/printers.def
strip dot = No
character set =
mangled stack = 50
stat cache = Yes
domain groups =
domain admin group =
domain guest group =
domain admin users =
domain guest users =
machine password timeout = 604800
add user script =
delete user script =
logon script =
logon path = \\%N\%U\profile
logon drive =
logon home = \\%N\%U
domain logons = No
os level = 20
lm announce = Auto
lm interval = 60
preferred master = No
local master = Yes
domain master = No
browse list = Yes
dns proxy = No
wins proxy = No
wins server =
wins support = No
wins hook =
kernel oplocks = Yes
ole locking compatibility = Yes
oplock break wait time = 10
smbrun = /usr/bin/smbrun
config file =
auto services =
lock directory = /var/lock/samba
default service =
message command =
dfree command =
valid chars =
remote announce =
remote browse sync =
socket address = 0.0.0.0
homedir map =
time offset = 0
unix realname = No
NIS homedir = No
source environment =
panic action =
comment =
path =
revalidate = No
username =
guest account = nobody
invalid users =
valid users =
admin users =
read list =
write list =
force user =
force group =
writeable = No
create mask = 0744
force create mode = 00
security mask = -1
force security mode = -1
directory mask = 0755
force directory mode = 00
directory security mask = -1
force directory security mode = -1
inherit permissions = No
guest only = No
guest ok = No
only user = No
hosts allow =
hosts deny =
status = Yes
max connections = 0
min print space = 0
strict sync = No
sync always = No
write cache size = 0
printable = No
postscript = No
printing = cups
print command = lpr -r -P%p %s
lpq command = lpq -P%p
lprm command = lprm -P%p %j
lppause command =
lpresume command =
queuepause command =
queueresume command =
printer =
printer driver = NULL
printer driver location =
default case = lower
case sensitive = No
preserve case = Yes
short preserve case = Yes
mangle case = No
mangling char = ~
hide dot files = Yes
delete veto files = No
veto files =
hide files =
veto oplock files =
map system = No
map hidden = No
map archive = Yes
mangled names = Yes
mangled map =
browseable = Yes
blocking locks = Yes
fake oplocks = No
locking = Yes
oplocks = Yes
level2 oplocks = No
oplock contention limit = 2
strict locking = No
share modes = Yes
copy =
include =
preexec =
preexec close = No
postexec =
root preexec =
root preexec close = No
root postexec =
available = Yes
volume =
fstype = NTFS
set directory = No
wide links = Yes
follow symlinks = Yes
dont descend =
magic script =
magic output =
delete readonly = No
dos filetimes = No
dos filetime resolution = No
fake directory create times = No

[printers]
comment = All Printers
path = /var/spool/samba
create mask = 0700
guest ok = Yes
printable = Yes
print command = lpr-cups -P %p -o raw %s -r # using client side printer
drivers.
lpq command = lpstat -o %p
lprm command = cancel %p-%j

[tmp]
comment = Temporary file space
path = /tmp
writeable = Yes
guest ok = Yes



Here is my smbpasswd file
#
# SMB password file.
#
louis:501:BA92D7EC12E87FD2AAD3B435B51404EE:C468EB9A17011D5445C40728F79D4D89:
[U ]:LCT-3B46696E:louis


When I try to connect from w2k,after enter louis as a username and password,
it give me this error msg:
\\smbserver is not accessible.
The network name cannot be found.

But, if I use root as username, then I can connect.

Anyone know where I'm doing wrong?



In redhat, I done it without problem. I also try to copy the redhat
smb.conf to mandrake, but still not work.

Please tell me what to do now...thanks.





Regards,

Louis

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Hello Silviu,

thanks for helping...

To answer your questions:
Yes, cups is installed and configured.
Yes, I can access the configuration page.
Yes, cups prints correct test pages.

The funny thing is, that the computer I used to install
the printer driver on the samba server is able to print,
without any problems. But all the other computers cannot
print at all...

Any idea on that?

Thanks,
Sascha


Silviu Marin-Caea wrote:
> 
> On Thu, 19 Jul 2001 15:17:41 +0200
> Sascha Mueller <Sascha.Mueller at prodato-it.de> wrote:
> 
> > I am trying to get this done for four days now, I would
> > be really happy if someone could help me with that!!!
> 
> I have a working setup of samba + cups for a pretty large network, so
> I can help you with hands on knowledge.
> 
> Ok.
> 
> Do you have cups installed and configured?
> 
> Can you access the configuration page on http://localhost:631/ ?
> 
> Can you print a test page from cups?
> 
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"Jay D. Anderson" wrote:
> I think at least this tidbit about adding "veto files" parameters to smb.conf for Windows Terminal
> Server printing should be added to the documentation.  Perhaps a more elegant solution would be to
> eventually add code to prevent Samba from allowing illegal filenames like Ne00: to be created on
> disk.  Since files ending with a colon (:) are illegal in DOS/Windows filesystems, this seems like a
> natural thing to prevent Samba from doing as well.

	Hmmn: this might be a good feature for 
	other things, too: perhaps someone might
	propose a configutation option? It's
	a nice size for a first project (smaller
	than my selfcheck patch (:-))


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On Wed, 18 Jul 2001, Luke Miller wrote:

> FRED.FM
> Fred.fm
>
> Under windows they look like this:
>
> Fred.fm
> Fred.fm
>
> As you can tell there is no way to tell the difference between these file which
> is a problem.  We have opened the wrong file a few times.  What can I do to
> make it clearer from the Windows side (Windows NT).

'mangle case'?  Is this not working currently?






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Hi,

> On my server I'm running kernel 2.4.6 + XFS 1.01 patches + XFS 1.01 tools +
> Samba 2.2.1a with acl's enabled. In my experience,  XFS 1.01 is sufficiently
> POSIX compliant to be used with Samba. Note that you must install the cmd's
> (tar or RPM's) to get the required header files and libraries in order for
> Samba's configure to recognize the alc support.


You are completely right. Thanks a lot.
Installing xfsprogs 1.2.8 instead of 1.2.7 solved this !!

samba 2.2.1a is working correctly with xfs acl's now !

Thanks,
christoph

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Hi All

I am a new Samba user. My file sharing is working OK and my printing is
"sort of" working.

I want to print PostScript files from the PC and have them pre-processed by
my own code on the UNIX server. My script is executing when entered as the
print command. However, I get 5 files for every print job, and my script
gets called 5 times. The first for files contain just "%!". Can anyone
explain why this is happening, and how to stop it?

Secondly, I add a printer by changing the smb.conf file, but it doesn't
appear until I restart the smbd daemon. Is this the only way to refresh the
list? If so, won't it disrupt my existing sessions?

Thanks

Mark

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Hello all,

I have an mandrake samba 2.2.1a domain working fine here
with 10 clients running win98se. Everything is working
fine except that i have one win98se client that i don't
want others domain users to have access to, only me and
another person. I have 12 users on the domain. Is it
possible to do that with samba 2.2.1a? What do i have to
do to make it work? Can anyone give at least one
direction, like some documentation? Tanks everyone for
the help,

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On Tuesday, July 17, 2001 9:47 PM
nico de haer wrote:

> I'm trying to create 'smarer' login scripts in this way:
>
> <smb.conf>
> logon script = logon.bat %U
> <end>

Not suprising this doesn't work, since Samba is emulating the login
script handling of LANMAN servers, which have no mechanism for passing
parameters to login scripts (nor does the client login script handler
expect any parameters)

If you want this sort of functionality, you'll need to spawn Kixtart
from your bat file, which has access via the WIN API to things like the
user name and a lot more.

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Dear Sirs

I am a newbie of smbclient. I tried to remove a remote directory with
smbclient's command rd (or rmdir) but I failed. It was because the
remote directory was not empty.

Could you please suggest what can I remove the non-empty remote
directory by a single command? 

If there is no solution, I will try to use the dir or ls command to
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What would cause nbtstat to see three of the servers but not the fourth?

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Subject: RE: Have to "Search for Computers" to get access to shares


I ran nbtstat from my Windows 2000 desktop. I'm sure the output tells me
something but I don't know what exactly. nbtstat finds information on all
the servers except www04 which is the server I am having trouble accessing.
I must have missed something when I configured www04 but I don't know what.
Where is nbtstat looking for this information?

C:\>nbtstat -a www01

Local Area Connection:
Node IpAddress: [10.10.0.5] Scope Id: []

           NetBIOS Remote Machine Name Table

       Name               Type         Status
    ---------------------------------------------
    WWW01          <00>  UNIQUE      Registered
    WWW01          <03>  UNIQUE      Registered
    WWW01          <20>  UNIQUE      Registered
    DAILYRATING    <00>  GROUP       Registered
    DAILYRATING    <1E>  GROUP       Registered

    MAC Address = 00-00-00-00-00-00

C:\>nbtstat -a www04

Local Area Connection:
Node IpAddress: [10.10.0.5] Scope Id: []

    Host not found.

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On Thu, Jul 12, 2001 at 05:09:35PM -0400, Lance Lovette wrote:
> I have eleven RedHat 6.2 servers running Samba 2.0.7 that I access from my
Windows 2000 desktop. One of the servers is having a problem that I just
can't
figure out. All of the Samba servers show up in my "Computers Near Me"
Explorer
tree and except for this one server, I have no trouble accessing their
shares.
When I click on this one particular server, WWW04, I get a dialog that says,
"\\Www04 is not accessible. The network path was not found." However, if I
right-click "My Network Places" and then "Search for Computers", I can
search
for "www04.dailyrating.com" and find the computer and then I can
double-click
the computer to successfully access the shares. (If I search for just
"www04"
the server is found but I get the same error as before when I try to access
it.) From what I can tell the configuration of this problematic server is
identical to the other servers but I must be missing something. Any ideas?
>

Do you have any win98 or nt4 systems to test with also?

run these commands, and report their output to the list...

from linux:
host www04
host <ip of www04>

nmblookup www04 (from a different linux box and www04)

from windows (maybe win2000 too):
nbtstat -a www04 (and the same for two other samba servers)

I hope you have a firewall in front of these servers, as samba (or any
smb server) isn't recommended to be run on internet accessable hosts.

Mike
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Sascha,
I don't know if this is the problem, but a while back I remember someone
else was having a similar problem. The problem was related to the fact that
"/var/samba/" was being deleted every time the Linux server was rebooted.
Because of this the "ntdrivers.tdb" file was being lost every time.
The solution was to redefine the lock directory in the smb.conf file.

hope this helps
errol

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Subject: Re: Still problems with printer driver on a Samba 2.2.0a server


Hello Silviu,

thanks for helping...

To answer your questions:
Yes, cups is installed and configured.
Yes, I can access the configuration page.
Yes, cups prints correct test pages.

The funny thing is, that the computer I used to install
the printer driver on the samba server is able to print,
without any problems. But all the other computers cannot
print at all...

Any idea on that?

Thanks,
Sascha


Silviu Marin-Caea wrote:
> 
> On Thu, 19 Jul 2001 15:17:41 +0200
> Sascha Mueller <Sascha.Mueller at prodato-it.de> wrote:
> 
> > I am trying to get this done for four days now, I would
> > be really happy if someone could help me with that!!!
> 
> I have a working setup of samba + cups for a pretty large network, so
> I can help you with hands on knowledge.
> 
> Ok.
> 
> Do you have cups installed and configured?
> 
> Can you access the configuration page on http://localhost:631/ ?
> 
> Can you print a test page from cups?
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Howdy All,
 
What I'm using:
     -Mounting an NT share located on Win2kSP1
     -Redhat 7.1
     -Samba (latest RPM's found for fixing Win2kSP2 problems)
          ( http://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=48995).
     -Kernel 2.4.6.  I haven't tried any 2.4.7pre releases yet.
     -Shared files are accessed through Apache/Coldfusion
 
The reconnection problem might be that Apache is using the share and not
being able to "trigger" the reconnect.
 
The only error message I can find in my logs besides HTTPD Access Logs
is in /etc/var/messages (syslog).  It shows:
kernel: smb_get_length: recv error = 104
kernel: smb_trans2_request: result=-104, setting invalid
kernel: smb_retry: successful, new pid=143, generation=6
 
So it has recreated the connection 6 times.  It is always the "104"
error
 
This happens when I access the mounted directory for Apache to use.  I'm
also actively developing on this pages.  These are coldfusion pages as
well.
 
Apache just seems to have fits about this.  Is there a way that this.
Possibly never having to reconnect?
 
Any ideas or suggestions would be helpful,
-- TJ
 

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Hallo,

I have problems with Win2000 SP2 and samba.

my samba servers in our local network work very fine.
all win2000 SP2 boxes are in harmony with samba.

when dialing in into our network over isdn with one of the win2000 boxes
I get the complete browsing list of our domain.
all winNT and win2000 machines respond correctly.
all samba machines are visible, but none of them give me their shares.
win2000 explorer tells me that the sources are not available.

The same procedure with winnt4.0 SP6a works correctly.


Has anybody any solution ?


Thanks

Arno Zinecker

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Hi Errol,

thanks for your help. I do not have a /var/samba but a
/var/lock/samba
directory. I took a look at this directory and the file
"ntdrivers.tbd"
appears to be there. And the creation date tells me, that it has
been
created, the last time I installed the drivers. I will now reboot
the server and see what happens to the file....

But what should I do if the file gets deleted...? Just change the
directory? If that helps, I would be glad!!

Thanks,
Sascha

"Fouquet, Errol" wrote:
>
> Sascha,
> I don't know if this is the problem, but a while back I remember someone
> else was having a similar problem. The problem was related to the fact that
> "/var/samba/" was being deleted every time the Linux server was rebooted.
> Because of this the "ntdrivers.tdb" file was being lost every time.
> The solution was to redefine the lock directory in the smb.conf file.
>
> hope this helps
> errol
>
> Errol Fouquet - UNIX SysAdmin
> Minerals Management Service, DOI
> 1201 Elmwood Park Blvd.
> New Orleans,  LA  70123
> Phone: (504) 736-3255
> Pager: (504) 374-2021
> Fax:   (504) 736-2464
> email: errol.fouquet at mms.gov
> http://www.gomr.mms.gov
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sascha Mueller [mailto:Sascha.Mueller at prodato-it.de]
> Sent: Thursday, July 19, 2001 8:53 AM
> To: Silviu Marin-Caea
> Cc: samba at samba.org
> Subject: Re: Still problems with printer driver on a Samba 2.2.0a server
>
> Hello Silviu,
>
> thanks for helping...
>
> To answer your questions:
> Yes, cups is installed and configured.
> Yes, I can access the configuration page.
> Yes, cups prints correct test pages.
>
> The funny thing is, that the computer I used to install
> the printer driver on the samba server is able to print,
> without any problems. But all the other computers cannot
> print at all...
>
> Any idea on that?
>
> Thanks,
> Sascha
>
> Silviu Marin-Caea wrote:
> >
> > On Thu, 19 Jul 2001 15:17:41 +0200
> > Sascha Mueller <Sascha.Mueller at prodato-it.de> wrote:
> >
> > > I am trying to get this done for four days now, I would
> > > be really happy if someone could help me with that!!!
> >
> > I have a working setup of samba + cups for a pretty large network, so
> > I can help you with hands on knowledge.
> >
> > Ok.
> >
> > Do you have cups installed and configured?
> >
> > Can you access the configuration page on http://localhost:631/ ?
> >
> > Can you print a test page from cups?
> >
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I m havaing a lot of trouble patching my 2.4.6 kernel with the xfs core
patch... Could you give me a hint as to what patches you applied on the
2.4.6 kernel to get acl's to work...

Hugo Levasseur
McGill University

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Hi,

> On my server I'm running kernel 2.4.6 + XFS 1.01 patches + XFS 1.01 
> tools + Samba 2.2.1a with acl's enabled. In my experience,  XFS 1.01 
> is sufficiently POSIX compliant to be used with Samba. Note that you 
> must install the cmd's (tar or RPM's) to get the required header files

> and libraries in order for Samba's configure to recognize the alc 
> support.


You are completely right. Thanks a lot.
Installing xfsprogs 1.2.8 instead of 1.2.7 solved this !!

samba 2.2.1a is working correctly with xfs acl's now !

Thanks,
christoph
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Hello again,

I tried it now and you are totally right - all the files in my 
/var/lock/samba/ directory are created newly when I restart
the server. The windows clients do not see the driver any
more after that...

You wrote that I should "redefine" the lock directory of
samba - but what exactly do you mean? Just use a different
directory??

Thanks,
Sascha

Sascha Mueller wrote:
> 
> Hi Errol,
> 
> thanks for your help. I do not have a /var/samba but a
> /var/lock/samba
> directory. I took a look at this directory and the file
> "ntdrivers.tbd"
> appears to be there. And the creation date tells me, that it has
> been
> created, the last time I installed the drivers. I will now reboot
> the server and see what happens to the file....
> 
> But what should I do if the file gets deleted...? Just change the
> directory? If that helps, I would be glad!!
> 
> Thanks,
> Sascha
> 
> "Fouquet, Errol" wrote:
> >
> > Sascha,
> > I don't know if this is the problem, but a while back I remember someone
> > else was having a similar problem. The problem was related to the fact that
> > "/var/samba/" was being deleted every time the Linux server was rebooted.
> > Because of this the "ntdrivers.tdb" file was being lost every time.
> > The solution was to redefine the lock directory in the smb.conf file.
> >
> > hope this helps
> > errol
> >
> > Errol Fouquet - UNIX SysAdmin
> > Minerals Management Service, DOI
> > 1201 Elmwood Park Blvd.
> > New Orleans,  LA  70123
> > Phone: (504) 736-3255
> > Pager: (504) 374-2021
> > Fax:   (504) 736-2464
> > email: errol.fouquet at mms.gov
> > http://www.gomr.mms.gov
> >

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--On Thursday, July 19, 2001 3:52 PM +0100 Michael Beddow 
<mbnospam at mbeddow.net> wrote:

> On Tuesday, July 17, 2001 9:47 PM
> nico de haer wrote:
>
>> I'm trying to create 'smarer' login scripts in this way:
>>
>> <smb.conf>
>> logon script = logon.bat %U
>> <end>
>
<SNIP>
> If you want this sort of functionality, you'll need to spawn Kixtart
> from your bat file, which has access via the WIN API to things like the
> user name and a lot more.
>
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You could also dynamically generate a logon script on ths samba side, a'la 
http://www.phonax.com, or as also defined in the excellent QUE book Using 
Samba, which was written by (at least) two members of the Samba team.

- john

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Anyone,

I have installed the latest version of samba onto my HP-UX 700 workstation running 11.0.
At this point I am manually starting the smbd and nmbd daemons. I will enter them into a script later.
Once I get them running, I have run the command below and get an error, also below. Any advice?
At this point, I have been unsuccessful in seeing the unix shared drive from my NT4 machine.

# smbclient -U% -L localhost
added interface ip=10.1.1.2 bcast=10.1.1.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
Domain=[ATLANTA2] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 2.2.0a]
tree connect failed: code 0


Here is my very short test smb.conf:

# more smb.conf
[global]
        workgroup = atlanta2

#this is my first test share
[steves]
        comment = My first test share
        path = /steven/steves
        public = yes
        writable = yes
        printable = no
        browseable = yes

Thanks in advance,

Steven

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Hola como estas ?

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Nos vemos pronto, gracias.

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Hello Dezider and all,

thanks for helping... It is getting better and better now...

Problem 2 has been solved: I modified my smb.conf in two ways
and since that every computer can print!!!!! Great!!

I changed  "printcap name" from "/etc/printcap" to "cups" and
"printer driver location" to "/samba/printers" - and that's it...
I appended my complete smb.conf at the end of this message,
maybe it helps someone else in the future...

Problem 1 is still existing, but Errol gave me a good hint.
Unfortunately I am not sure what to do exactly... But we are
working on that :)

Anyway, thanks to everybody for helping!!!
Sascha


Dezider Gsra wrote:
> 
> Well, I've spent some "hard time" installing printer drivers too, so just a
> thought - what happens if you remove local drivers from the machine you
> used to install the drivers?
> Besides, what do you see when you open printers' properties? Do you see
> name of installed driver when you select Advanced tab in properties?
> If you see "No printer ... " you have to reinstall drivers.
> After all, users from other computers cannot print even after installing
> drivers locally?
> My objective was to bypass locall instalation of drivers and to download
> drivers directly from samba shared printer.
> hth
>     Dezider
> 

[global]
        workgroup = URKNALL
        netbios name = SAUERSTOFF
        interfaces = 192.168.0.8/255.255.255.0
        encrypt passwords = Yes
        update encrypted = Yes
        map to guest = Bad User
        passwd program = /usr/bin/yppasswd %u
        passwd chat = *root*password* secret\n *new*password* %n\n
*new*password* %n\n *changed*
        unix password sync = Yes
        log file = /var/log/smbd.log
        keepalive = 30
        printcap name = cups
        logon drive = H:
        preferred master = False
        domain master = False
        kernel oplocks = No
        NIS homedir = Yes
        hosts allow = 192.168.0.
        printing = cups
        printer driver location = /samba/printers
 
[homes]
        comment = home-directory
        path = /home
        read only = No
        create mask = 0750
 
[projects]
        comment = Projekte auf Server
        path = /prodato/projects
        read only = No
        guest ok = Yes
 
[dokumente]
        comment = Dokumente auf Server
        path = /prodato/dokumente
        read only = No
        create mask = 0777
        inherit permissions = Yes
        guest ok = Yes
 
[print$]
        path = /samba/printers
        write list = ntadmin
        read only = No
        guest ok = Yes
 
[netlogon]
        path = /samba/netlogon
        write list = ntadmin
        read only = No
 
[profiles]
        path = /samba/profiles
        read only = No
        create mask = 0600
        directory mask = 0700
 
[lj1100]
        path = /tmp
        guest ok = Yes
        printable = Yes
        print command = lpr -r -Plp %s
        printer name = lp

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Hi! How are you?

I send you this file in order to have your advice

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Hi,

> I m havaing a lot of trouble patching my 2.4.6 kernel with the xfs core
> patch... Could you give me a hint as to what patches you applied on the
> 2.4.6 kernel to get acl's to work...
>
> Hugo Levasseur
> McGill University

You need the patch found at
ftp://oss.sgi.com/projects/xfs/download/patches/patch-2.4.6-xfs-2001-07-05.b
z2 for this to work. The patches in the Release-1.0.1 directory are for
2.0.5.
If you already used these, then what went wrong?

Wim

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Hi! How are you?

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I turned on mangle case like you sugested and that fixed the problem I was 
having, thanks!  This option doesn't seam to be documented very clearly in 
the man page.  I am still not really sure what it is doing, but it's workging.

Luke

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> On Wed, 18 Jul 2001, Luke Miller wrote:
> 
> > FRED.FM
> > Fred.fm
> >
> > Under windows they look like this:
> >
> > Fred.fm
> > Fred.fm
> >
> > As you can tell there is no way to tell the difference between these file w
hich
> > is a problem.  We have opened the wrong file a few times.  What can I do to
> > make it clearer from the Windows side (Windows NT).
> 
> 'mangle case'?  Is this not working currently?
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> cheers, jerry
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Hello Errol,

thank you!!! That is it - I moved from /var/lock/samba to
/var/samba
and now it works - all files are used by samba during startup and
no
drivers dissappear anymore!! - I would have never thought of
that...

Thanks for helping,
Sascha

"Fouquet, Errol" wrote:
> 
> Apparently, some Linux distributions clean up the "/var/lock" directory on
> every reboot.
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sascha Mueller [mailto:Sascha.Mueller at prodato-it.de]
> Sent: Thursday, July 19, 2001 10:37 AM
> To: Fouquet, Errol
> Subject: Re: Still problems with printer driver on a Samba 2.2.0a server
> 
> Hi Errol,
> 
> thanks for your help. I do not have a /var/samba but a
> /var/lock/samba
> directory. I took a look at this directory and the file
> "ntdrivers.tbd"
> appears to be there. And the creation date tells me, that it has
> been
> created, the last time I installed the drivers. I will now reboot
> the server and see what happens to the file....
> 
> But what should I do if the file gets deleted...? Just change the
> directory? If that helps, I would be glad!!
> 
> Thanks,
> Sascha
> 

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You add:
	lock directory = <some path>
to your smb.conf file.

Of course this means you should probably stop samba, copy your lock dir
stuff to a new location, modify your smb.conf file, and then restart samba.


-----Original Message-----
From: Sascha Mueller [mailto:Sascha.Mueller at prodato-it.de]
Sent: Thursday, July 19, 2001 11:13 AM
To: samba at samba.org
Subject: Re: Still problems with printer driver on a Samba 2.2.0aserver


Hello again,

I tried it now and you are totally right - all the files in my 
/var/lock/samba/ directory are created newly when I restart
the server. The windows clients do not see the driver any
more after that...

You wrote that I should "redefine" the lock directory of
samba - but what exactly do you mean? Just use a different
directory??

Thanks,
Sascha

Sascha Mueller wrote:
> 
> Hi Errol,
> 
> thanks for your help. I do not have a /var/samba but a
> /var/lock/samba
> directory. I took a look at this directory and the file
> "ntdrivers.tbd"
> appears to be there. And the creation date tells me, that it has
> been
> created, the last time I installed the drivers. I will now reboot
> the server and see what happens to the file....
> 
> But what should I do if the file gets deleted...? Just change the
> directory? If that helps, I would be glad!!
> 
> Thanks,
> Sascha
> 
> "Fouquet, Errol" wrote:
> >
> > Sascha,
> > I don't know if this is the problem, but a while back I remember someone
> > else was having a similar problem. The problem was related to the fact
that
> > "/var/samba/" was being deleted every time the Linux server was
rebooted.
> > Because of this the "ntdrivers.tdb" file was being lost every time.
> > The solution was to redefine the lock directory in the smb.conf file.
> >
> > hope this helps
> > errol
> >
> > Errol Fouquet - UNIX SysAdmin
> > Minerals Management Service, DOI
> > 1201 Elmwood Park Blvd.
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> > Phone: (504) 736-3255
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> > http://www.gomr.mms.gov
> >

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What error messages are you getting?  Check the logs as well as what you
see on the client machine.

>From: Ron Hollingsworth >To: samba at lists.samba.org >Subject: samba
>Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2001 00:48:28 -0700 > >I am having a bit of a problem
getting samba to work. First off let me tell >yo about my experiences
with samba. I am in school at a technical college >(for computer
networking) and I have install samba there using RH 6.2 >connected to a
98 box via a hub. Ok, at home I have a DSL Router/switch >that connect my
RH 7.1 box and a 98 box. I am doing pretty much the same >that with my
home lab that we are doing in the shcool lab. I have the >smb.conf file
configured and have tested it using # testparm, but I still >can't get
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How do I have to activate policies on a win98 box via a samba pdc server?
Do i have to write a line in my login script, or is it just in win98 i have 
to mention something (via poledit)?

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On Thu, Jul 19, 2001 at 08:33:03AM +0200, Christian Barth wrote:
> How many users do you want have connect to the floppy at the same 
> time? I would try some thing like:
> 
> max connections = 1
> preecex = mount /floppy
> postecex = umount /floppy
> 
> in smb.conf and
> 
> /dev/floppy  /floppy  msdos  noauto,user  0 0
> 
> in /etc/fstab.
> 
> Should work as long as your PC users take care to
> 1. instert the floppy
> 2. connect to the share
> 3. use the share
> 4. disconnect form the share
> 5. ejct the floppy
> 
> But I'm not sure if the automounter can avoid this 5 steps: As long 
> as a smbd uses the floppy it can not be unmounted.
> 

I haven't shared a floppy through samba before, but I have shared zip
drives with vfat file systems with autofs and samba 2.0.8.

Note: With samba 2.0 (upto at least 2.0.8, haven't tried new versions,
or 2.2) you need to force the user to root for all vfat drives, or you
will get errors when creating directories.

The good thing about the zips is that when the drive is mounted, you
can't eject the disk.  You don't have that with the floppy drive.

In this case, you won't have any outward signs that the floppy is safe
to eject.  

You may try mounting in "sync" mode.  This will disable most caching
and force the data to be written to floppy immediately.  You'll get a
slowdown for this, but it's a floppy so that is expected.  It won't be
any slower than what windows would be...

The nice thing about samba in this case, is that it doesn't hold any
CWDs (current working directory, like in the shell) directories open
after listing.  This way, autofs can unmount even with explorer
viewing after a period of inactivity.

HTH,

Mike

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On Thu, Jul 19, 2001 at 09:35:19AM +0200, Christoph Lukas wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> > XFS and the XFS team intend on using the POSIX ACL implementation to
> > manage XFS ACL's on Linux, thus the need for SAMBA to support the
> > proprietary XFS ACL mechanisms is redundant. Unfortunately XFS 1.0.0 and
> > 1.0.1, while fairly stable, are not complete and final implementations.
> 
> 
> Just to get you right:
> Samba 2.2.1a just supports posix acls.
> The XFS 1.0.1 ACLs are not fully POSIX compliant and therefore are not 
> supported by samba 2.2.1a?
> 
> 
> > I am running Samba 2.2.1a + XFS + POSIX ACL's on a CVS version of the
> > kernel (2.4.7-pre6) + XFS from SGI's CVS and things work like a dream.
> 
> 
> People who want to use XFS ACLs with samba 2.2.1a have to use the XFS 
> version from SGI's CVS or have to wait for a POSIX compliant XFS release?
>

I think what he was saying (correct me if I'm wrong) is that if you
want to use samba version >= 2.2.1a and ACLs with XFS you need 2.4.x +
POSIX ACLs + XFS.

Probably not all of the XFS ACLs from Irix have been ported to Linux,
but I'm just guessing...

Mike

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Bit of a newbie question:

We have an application (Quickbooks) that is accessing moderately large
account files across our 10base2 network.

The largest file is taking several minutes to run reports from within
Quickbooks, and I am wondering if part of the problem is whether Samba,
by default behavior, would be sending the entire contents of the file
across the network to the client PC or if it would send only the
necessary pieces.

If this behavior would instead be dictated by the application, please
let me know that also, as I'll bug Intuit about it. The PC itself is an
HP Brio200/Cel433 with 128mb ram and an Adaptec 10/100 Combo NIC.

Thanks in advance,

Adrian

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On Thu, Jul 19, 2001 at 11:16:25AM -0400, Lance Lovette wrote:
> What would cause nbtstat to see three of the servers but not the fourth?
> 

There are no quick answers for this.

How are the computers connected together?  Hubs? Switches? Routers?
Do any of these devices have management capabilities?

You're probably going to need to do some network tracing, and packet
analizing.

Post more on your setup, and I'll see what I can do.

Mike

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Tanks for everyone who answered my
question but i think that i was not
very clear about the problem, my samba
domain has a police rules (config.pol)
and these rules do not let win98se
users to press escape, so they have to
have a logon name and password to log
in locally on the win98se box, so what
i want is a way to only allowed user
log on locally (not by the network) on
each box that the user can log in
(locally), i hope i was clear now.
Tanks again for the help of
everybody...

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Create a new directory and the change the setting in /etc/smb.conf

Also you may want to try the new 2.2.1a rpm, maybe it is fixed there

Oliver

Sascha Mueller wrote:

>Hello again,
>
>I tried it now and you are totally right - all the files in my 
>/var/lock/samba/ directory are created newly when I restart
>the server. The windows clients do not see the driver any
>more after that...
>
>You wrote that I should "redefine" the lock directory of
>samba - but what exactly do you mean? Just use a different
>directory??
>
>Thanks,
>Sascha
>
>Sascha Mueller wrote:
>
>>Hi Errol,
>>
>>thanks for your help. I do not have a /var/samba but a
>>/var/lock/samba
>>directory. I took a look at this directory and the file
>>"ntdrivers.tbd"
>>appears to be there. And the creation date tells me, that it has
>>been
>>created, the last time I installed the drivers. I will now reboot
>>the server and see what happens to the file....
>>
>>But what should I do if the file gets deleted...? Just change the
>>directory? If that helps, I would be glad!!
>>
>>Thanks,
>>Sascha
>>
>>"Fouquet, Errol" wrote:
>>
>>>Sascha,
>>>I don't know if this is the problem, but a while back I remember someone
>>>else was having a similar problem. The problem was related to the fact that
>>>"/var/samba/" was being deleted every time the Linux server was rebooted.
>>>Because of this the "ntdrivers.tdb" file was being lost every time.
>>>The solution was to redefine the lock directory in the smb.conf file.
>>>
>>>hope this helps
>>>errol
>>>
>>>Errol Fouquet - UNIX SysAdmin
>>>Minerals Management Service, DOI
>>>1201 Elmwood Park Blvd.
>>>New Orleans,  LA  70123
>>>Phone: (504) 736-3255
>>>Pager: (504) 374-2021
>>>Fax:   (504) 736-2464
>>>email: errol.fouquet at mms.gov
>>>http://www.gomr.mms.gov
>>>
>

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Disconnect all your network drives and try again


Oliver

Matt Lung wrote:

 >I'm running samba 2.2 and am trying to join the domain and keep getting
 >the message:
 >
 >The credentials supplied conflict with an existing set of credentials.
 >
 >I have created the machine account and put it in smbpasswd
 >I log in with root/password when the login to join the domain appears.
 >
 >Can anyone help?
 >
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Which version of samba/Linux distribution are you using.

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Andre Dias wrote:

 >what do I have to configure to access SWAT remotely?
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I am trying to get Samba working with Solaris 2.7.  I am having the problem
seen below.  smbclient works with localhost, but not the network interface.
I am running smbd and nmbd with debug level = 2 but see nothing in the logs
that help.  What is insufficient resources?

Thanks in advance for any help,
-V


rtpsun1:/usr/local/samba> bin/smbclient -U hamrick -L localhost
added interface ip=10.101.2.2 bcast=10.101.255.255 nmask=255.255.0.0
added interface ip=127.0.0.1 bcast=127.255.255.255 nmask=255.0.0.0
Password:
Domain=[RTP_DOM] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 2.2.1a]

        Sharename      Type      Comment
        ---------      ----      -------
        IPC$           IPC       IPC Service (RTPSUN1 Samba Server)
        ADMIN$         Disk      IPC Service (RTPSUN1 Samba Server)
        hamrick        Disk      Home Directories

        Server               Comment
        ---------            -------
        RTPSUN1              RTPSUN1 Samba Server
        RTP_SRV

        Workgroup            Master
        ---------            -------
        RTP_DOM              RTP_SRV


rtpsun1:/usr/local/samba> bin/smbclient -U hamrick -L 10.101.2.2
added interface ip=10.101.2.2 bcast=10.101.255.255 nmask=255.255.0.0
added interface ip=127.0.0.1 bcast=127.255.255.255 nmask=255.0.0.0
session request to 10.101.2.2 failed (Called name not present)
session request to 10 failed (Called name not present)
session request to *SMBSERVER failed (Called name present, but insufficient
resources)


rtpsun1:/usr/local/samba> bin/smbclient -U hamrick -L rtpsun1
added interface ip=10.101.2.2 bcast=10.101.255.255 nmask=255.255.0.0
added interface ip=127.0.0.1 bcast=127.255.255.255 nmask=255.0.0.0
session request to RTPSUN1 failed (Called name present, but insufficient
resources)
session request to *SMBSERVER failed (Called name present, but insufficient
resources)

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Hi Sascha,
you can change where the lock directory resides by
adding a global parameter in your smb.conf file and restarting samba:

lock directory = /whateverdirectoryyouwant/locks

Hope this helps,
don

-----Original Message-----
From: Sascha Mueller [mailto:Sascha.Mueller at prodato-it.de]
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To: samba at samba.org
Subject: Re: Still problems with printer driver on a Samba 2.2.0aserver


Hello again,

I tried it now and you are totally right - all the files in my 
/var/lock/samba/ directory are created newly when I restart
the server. The windows clients do not see the driver any
more after that...

You wrote that I should "redefine" the lock directory of
samba - but what exactly do you mean? Just use a different
directory??

Thanks,
Sascha

Sascha Mueller wrote:
> 
> Hi Errol,
> 
> thanks for your help. I do not have a /var/samba but a
> /var/lock/samba
> directory. I took a look at this directory and the file
> "ntdrivers.tbd"
> appears to be there. And the creation date tells me, that it has
> been
> created, the last time I installed the drivers. I will now reboot
> the server and see what happens to the file....
> 
> But what should I do if the file gets deleted...? Just change the
> directory? If that helps, I would be glad!!
> 
> Thanks,
> Sascha
> 
> "Fouquet, Errol" wrote:
> >
> > Sascha,
> > I don't know if this is the problem, but a while back I remember someone
> > else was having a similar problem. The problem was related to the fact
that
> > "/var/samba/" was being deleted every time the Linux server was
rebooted.
> > Because of this the "ntdrivers.tdb" file was being lost every time.
> > The solution was to redefine the lock directory in the smb.conf file.
> >
> > hope this helps
> > errol
> >
> > Errol Fouquet - UNIX SysAdmin
> > Minerals Management Service, DOI
> > 1201 Elmwood Park Blvd.
> > New Orleans,  LA  70123
> > Phone: (504) 736-3255
> > Pager: (504) 374-2021
> > Fax:   (504) 736-2464
> > email: errol.fouquet at mms.gov
> > http://www.gomr.mms.gov
> >

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Folks,

I need a kind soul to help me on this one...

When I configure my server security to be "SERVER" it appears to connect fine
with the NT "password server" box I point it to.  However, Samba subsequently
tries to authenticate the username "administrator", and it fails.

I'm getting the following message in my Samba session log file, and I don't
understand why "administrator" is being used, or how to resolve the complaint.

[2001/07/19 10:55:46, 3] smbd/reply.c:(809)
  sesssetupX:name=[Administrator]
[2001/07/19 10:55:50, 3] smbd/reply.c:(505)
  smb_create_user: Running the command `' gave 0
[2001/07/19 10:55:50, 3] smbd/reply.c:(952)
  No such user administrator - using guest account

I really need some input on this one, as I'm not terribly familiar with Samba
security... and, our customer is breathing down my neck!

Thanks,

David Metcalfe


=======  smb.conf   ======================
[global]
        workgroup = MISO
        netbios name = MITMMAB
        server string = MITMMAB, Samba 2.0.7
        security = SERVER
        min password length = 0
        map to guest = Bad User
        password level = 5
        username level = 5
        name resolve order = lmhosts host wins
        time server = Yes
        load printers = No
        os level = 65
        wins support = No
        guest account = guest
        case sensitive = Yes
        log level = 3
        log file = /usr/local/samba/log.%m
        encrypt passwords = yes
        password server = mimesab
        root = administrator
[homes]
        comment = FTP Server Disk Space
        path = /u02/ftproot/%S
        valid users = %S
        writable = Yes
        inherit permissions = Yes
        browseable = No

=======  log.mimesa  ======================
[2001/07/19 10:55:45, 3] smbd/process.c:(618)
  Transaction 1 of length 174
[2001/07/19 10:55:45, 3] smbd/process.c:(448)
  switch message SMBnegprot (pid 684913)
[2001/07/19 10:55:45, 3] smbd/negprot.c:(341)
  Requested protocol [PC NETWORK PROGRAM 1.0]
[2001/07/19 10:55:45, 3] smbd/negprot.c:(341)
  Requested protocol [XENIX CORE]
[2001/07/19 10:55:45, 3] smbd/negprot.c:(341)
  Requested protocol [MICROSOFT NETWORKS 1.03]
[2001/07/19 10:55:45, 3] smbd/negprot.c:(341)
  Requested protocol [LANMAN1.0]
[2001/07/19 10:55:45, 3] smbd/negprot.c:(341)
  Requested protocol [Windows for Workgroups 3.1a]
[2001/07/19 10:55:45, 3] smbd/negprot.c:(341)
  Requested protocol [LM1.2X002]
[2001/07/19 10:55:45, 3] smbd/negprot.c:(341)
  Requested protocol [LANMAN2.1]
[2001/07/19 10:55:45, 3] smbd/negprot.c:(341)
  Requested protocol [NT LM 0.12]
[2001/07/19 10:55:45, 3] libsmb/namequery.c:(565)
  resolve_lmhosts: Attempting lmhosts lookup for name MIMESA<0x20>
[2001/07/19 10:55:45, 3] lib/util_sock.c:(907)
  Connecting to 10.49.3.43 at port 139
[2001/07/19 10:55:46, 3] smbd/password.c:(1018)
  connected to password server MIMESA
[2001/07/19 10:55:46, 3] smbd/password.c:(1033)
  got session
[2001/07/19 10:55:46, 3] smbd/password.c:(1048)
  password server OK
[2001/07/19 10:55:46, 3] smbd/negprot.c:(184)
  using password server validation
[2001/07/19 10:55:46, 3] smbd/negprot.c:(424)
  Selected protocol NT LM 0.12
[2001/07/19 10:55:46, 3] smbd/process.c:(618)
  Transaction 2 of length 206
[2001/07/19 10:55:46, 3] smbd/process.c:(448)
  switch message SMBsesssetupX (pid 684913)
[2001/07/19 10:55:46, 3] smbd/reply.c:(804)
  Domain=[ICCS_DMZ]  NativeOS=[Windows NT 1381] NativeLanMan=[]
[2001/07/19 10:55:46, 3] smbd/reply.c:(809)
  sesssetupX:name=[Administrator]
[2001/07/19 10:55:50, 3] smbd/reply.c:(505)
  smb_create_user: Running the command `' gave 0
[2001/07/19 10:55:50, 3] smbd/reply.c:(952)
  No such user administrator - using guest account
[2001/07/19 10:55:50, 3] smbd/password.c:(192)
  guest is in 1 groups: 65534
[2001/07/19 10:55:50, 3] smbd/password.c:(270)
  uid 202 registered to name guest
[2001/07/19 10:55:50, 3] smbd/password.c:(272)
  Clearing default real name
[2001/07/19 10:55:50, 3] smbd/process.c:(775)
  Chained message
[2001/07/19 10:55:50, 3] smbd/process.c:(448)
  switch message SMBtconX (pid 684913)
[2001/07/19 10:55:50, 3] smbd/password.c:(816)
  ACCEPTED: guest account and guest ok
[2001/07/19 10:55:50, 3] smbd/service.c:(441)
  Connect path is /tmp
[2001/07/19 10:55:50, 3] lib/doscalls.c:(342)
  dos_ChDir to /tmp
[2001/07/19 10:55:50, 3] smbd/service.c:(550)
  mimesa (10.49.3.43) connect to service IPC$ as user guest (uid=202, gid=65534)
 (pid 684913)
[2001/07/19 10:55:50, 3] lib/doscalls.c:(342)
  dos_ChDir to /usr/local/samba
[2001/07/19 10:55:50, 3] smbd/reply.c:(357)
  tconX service=ipc$ user=guest
[2001/07/19 10:55:50, 3] smbd/process.c:(618)
  Transaction 3 of length 72
[2001/07/19 10:55:50, 3] smbd/process.c:(448)
  switch message SMBtconX (pid 684913)
[2001/07/19 10:55:50, 3] smbd/password.c:(816)
  ACCEPTED: guest account and guest ok
[2001/07/19 10:55:50, 3] smbd/service.c:(441)
  Connect path is /u02/ftproot
[2001/07/19 10:55:50, 3] smbd/password.c:(192)
  guest is in 1 groups: 65534
[2001/07/19 10:55:50, 3] lib/doscalls.c:(342)
  dos_ChDir to /u02/ftproot
[2001/07/19 10:55:50, 1] smbd/service.c:(550)
  mimesa (10.49.3.43) connect to service ftp as user guest (uid=202, gid=65534)
(pid 684913)

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I have a somewhat unique question.

When you right-click and check properties of a drive letter mapped to a
share, does it return the quota info for the user or only the over size
and free space?

I'm currently using "dfree command" and looking up quota info for AIX
4.3.3 and 5.1.0 using the library functions, but have to deal with all
possible shares since "dfree command" is global only.

Why am I doing this, you ask? Well besides enjoying a challenge, our
students see 32GB drive with 22GB free as meaning they can save anything
they want. It would be nice if this were inherent in the Samba code so I
don't have to spawn a child each time we check drive space *or* rely on
quotas *or* have "dfree command" a share option instead of global.

Can anyone simplify my life?

Thanks!

Bill

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Does anyone in the user or technical realm have any reservations on using
2.2.1a on AIX 5.1.0. I'm using it now and it seems stable, but some of my
staff are leery and I'd like to make a decision based on the collective
consciousness of the Samba community.

Thanks!

Bill

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I would like to know if anyone has any idea of how you go about sharing a
remote printer using smbd.  That is, you configure samba to do a spool on a
printer that is on another window's machine.  I don't even know if that's
possible.  My guess would be to use smbmount or smbclient to access the
remote printer, and then configure smbd to run a spool for it.  The idea is
that we are trying to replace a Windows NT3.51 setup that does exactly
that.  Any suggestion would be of help at this point because I have yet to
try or test anything.

Regards,

John P Santos
Eita!Net IT Specialist

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I'm getting "Internal error 2327" when installing MS office or Hummingbird
Maestro - both use Windows installer.

2327 is "Could not remove directory".

I posted this earlier with no reply. If anyone has any ideas, please
help...


Thanks!


Bill

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Just a follow-up on my own speed problems... Due to a motherboard failure, I
have swapped out my K6-200 board for a PII-300.  The new board support UDMA
as well (in case that matters?).  Anyway, I am now getting smooth file
transfers without having to run tcpdump or iptraf.  Sustained speeds around
13Mb/s, where I was only getting 5Mb/s with the old board.

Perhaps the timing issue has something to do with overall drive speed?
Since others have eliminated cpu speed as an issue, has anyone looked into
this?  In my case, I have a shared drive which supports UDMA-2.  My original
motherboard only supported PIO mode 4, but the new motherboard fully
supports UDMA-2.  Perhaps someone who is not experiencing problems could
throttle-back their drive and see if problems arise from this?

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On Thu, Jul 19, 2001 at 10:40:44AM -0700, Adrian Kuepker wrote:
> Bit of a newbie question:
> 
> We have an application (Quickbooks) that is accessing moderately large
> account files across our 10base2 network.
> 
> The largest file is taking several minutes to run reports from within
> Quickbooks, and I am wondering if part of the problem is whether Samba,
> by default behavior, would be sending the entire contents of the file
> across the network to the client PC or if it would send only the
> necessary pieces.
> 
> If this behavior would instead be dictated by the application, please
> let me know that also, as I'll bug Intuit about it. The PC itself is an
> HP Brio200/Cel433 with 128mb ram and an Adaptec 10/100 Combo NIC.
> 
Go bug Intuit, because samba just gives what it is asked for, and if
that is the entire file, then that what it'll send.

How do you test to see if the entire file is being sent?

Mike

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Try the new samba 2.2.1a rpm.
Samba 2.2.1a is more Win2k friendly, you can also have you PDC in samba
and use roaming profiles in Win2k.
Samba 2.0.7 does not support Win2k logon/roaming profiles. But I don't
know if your curren scenario is supported in 2.0.7


hth
Oliver

Freeman, Peter (ERHS) wrote:

 >Hi List
 >
 >W2K is the workstation OS, running with SP2.
 >Single PDC is NT 4, SP6a
 >Separate server running Samba 2.0.7 (slap fingers for not upgrading yet, i
 >know)
 >The Samba machine is a member of the NT domain
 >
 >Basically all drives are mapped to the Samba machine during logon.
 >At present all workstations run Win95 & we're about to u/g to W2K.
 >As part of that I'm implementing roaming profiles, and for space reasons,
 >they need to be stored on the Samba box.  The profile path is set in
 >the user properties on the NT server & points to 
\\SambaPC\profiles\username
 >
 >I've been able to successfully create a profile when logging in using
 >the config below, however when I make a change (wallpaper etc) and log
 >off, it refuses to save the profile back to the Samba share.
 >The contents of the log below show what has happened, but to me
 >the file permissions should allow it, am I missing something here??
 >
 >(by successfully creating a profile I mean having a blank directory
 >for the user in the Profiles share & letting W2K create it
 >automatically when logging in)
 >
 >note: all the test0[1,2,3] users are in group users
 >
 >Can anyone shed some light on what is happening here.  I have more
 >output from the logs, but for space reasons I've only included what
 >I thought was relevant.  If anyone needs to see more info from smb.conf
 >or the logs, let me know.
 >
 >TIA
 >
 >------------------------------------------------------------
 >share setup for profile storage - smb.conf
 >------------------------------------------------------------
 >
 >[Profiles]
 >	comment = Roaming Profile Storage
 >	path = /storage/profiles
 >	valid users = @users, @everyone
 >	admin users = @itstaff
 >	write list = @users, @itstaff, @everyone
 >	force group = users
 >	writeable = Yes
 >	create mask = 0770
 >	force create mode = 0770
 >	directory mask = 0770
 >	force directory mode = 0770
 >	guest ok = No
 >	browseable = No
 >	strict locking = No
 >
 >------------------------------------------------------------
 >File permissions on profiles share and its subdirectories
 >------------------------------------------------------------
 >
 >drwxrws---    5 root     users         120 Jul 18 15:06 profiles
 >
 >
 >drwxrws---    5 root     users         152 Jul 19 16:22 .
 >drwxr-xr-x   11 root     root          328 Jul 19 16:22 ..
 >drwxrws---   13 test01   users         456 Jul 19 16:09 test01
 >drwxrws---    2 test02   users          48 Jul 19 16:02 test02
 >drwxrws---    2 test03   users          48 Jul 19 16:02 test03
 >
 >
 >------------------------------------------------------------
 >This is from the log.<machinename>
 >------------------------------------------------------------
 >[2001/07/19 16:09:23, 2] smbd/process.c:switch_message(460)
 >  switch_message: queueing message due to being in oplock break state.
 >[2001/07/19 16:09:23, 3] smbd/oplock.c:initial_break_processing(702)
 >  initial_break_processing: called for dev = 341, inode = 11304 tv_sec =
 >3b56809b, tv_usec = 54cd7.
 >  Current oplocks_open (exclusive = 1, levelII = 0)
 >[2001/07/19 16:09:23, 3] smbd/process.c:process_smb(618)
 >  Transaction 2190 of length 55
 >[2001/07/19 16:09:23, 3] smbd/process.c:switch_message(448)
 >  switch message SMBlockingX (pid 27464)
 >[2001/07/19 16:09:23, 3] lib/doscalls.c:dos_ChDir(342)
 >  dos_ChDir to /storage/profiles
 >[2001/07/19 16:09:23, 3] smbd/oplock.c:initial_break_processing(702)
 >  initial_break_processing: called for dev = 341, inode = 11304 tv_sec =
 >3b56809b, tv_usec = 54cd7.
 >  Current oplocks_open (exclusive = 0, levelII = 0)
 >[2001/07/19 16:09:23, 3] smbd/oplock.c:initial_break_processing(739)
 >  initial_break_processing: file test01/Recent/prfB.tmp (dev = 341, 
inode =
 >11304) has no oplock.
 >  Allowing break to succeed regardless.
 >[2001/07/19 16:09:23, 3] smbd/oplock.c:oplock_break(1076)
 >  oplock_break: returning success for dev = 341, inode = 11304
 >  Current exclusive_oplocks_open = 0
 >[2001/07/19 16:09:23, 2] smbd/open.c:check_share_mode(786)
 >  Share violation on file (4,1,2,27464,test01/Recent/prfB.tmp,fcbopen = 0,
 >flags = 0) = 0
 >[2001/07/19 16:09:23, 3] smbd/error.c:error_packet(138)
 >  error packet at line 878 cmd=162 (SMBntcreateX) eclass=1 ecode=32
 >[2001/07/19 16:09:23, 3] smbd/error.c:error_packet(143)
 >  error string = Permission denied
 >

-- 
Oliver Schulze L.
oliver at samera.com.py
Asuncion-Paraguay

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Hi

When I try to connect to a share from either a win2000 or NT40 workstation, 
I get the message that the access is denied.  Connecting with a win95 
machine with Net use is done without any problem.  Are there other things 
that must be setup for winNT based machines to work?

I use samba 2..2.1 on the latest 7.1 release of Red Hat.

Thank you.

Nicolas

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Hi Steven,
Your problem is (probably) that samba uses 'nobody' as the guest account,
and on an HP-UX system nobody has uid = -2 and gid = -2.  Negative uid/gid
pairs give samba fits.
Either create a dummy user in your /etc/passwd file (HP uses smbnull in
their
version of Samba, which ships with 11.0, called CIFS9000 Server)  and add 
the line
   guest account = smbnull
to the global section of your smb.conf file,

or change the uid and gid of 'nobody' to positive numbers.  BUT this can
screw
up NFS, or other programs that expect nobody to have these particular
uid/gid 
values, so I would go with the first option, if I were you.
Hope this helps,
Don

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Anyone,

I have installed the latest version of samba onto my HP-UX 700 workstation
running 11.0.
At this point I am manually starting the smbd and nmbd daemons. I will enter
them into a script later.
Once I get them running, I have run the command below and get an error, also
below. Any advice?
At this point, I have been unsuccessful in seeing the unix shared drive from
my NT4 machine.

# smbclient -U% -L localhost
added interface ip=10.1.1.2 bcast=10.1.1.255 nmask=255.255.255.0
Domain=[ATLANTA2] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 2.2.0a]
tree connect failed: code 0


Here is my very short test smb.conf:

# more smb.conf
[global]
        workgroup = atlanta2

#this is my first test share
[steves]
        comment = My first test share
        path = /steven/steves
        public = yes
        writable = yes
        printable = no
        browseable = yes

Thanks in advance,

Steven
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cyroreal wrote:

> Hello all,
>
> I have an mandrake samba 2.2.1a domain working fine here
> with 10 clients running win98se. Everything is working
> fine except that i have one win98se client that i don't
> want others domain users to have access to, only me and
> another person. I have 12 users on the domain. Is it
> possible to do that with samba 2.2.1a? What do i have to
> do to make it work? Can anyone give at least one
> direction, like some documentation? Tanks everyone for
> the help,
>
> Cyro
>

Password protect the shared resourses of that Win98SE machine from Win98SE!

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Hi All,

I'm hoping I can find an answer out in the SAMBA community.

I have some files stored on an NT filesystem I've mounted onto a linux
server. I'm trying to put them under rcs control and having a problem
doing it.  I'm able to do the initial check in, but check out fails.
I think it has to do with mapping NT attributes to UNIX permissions, but
I'm kind of stuck beyond the rudiments.

Any suggestions?

Bruce Ferrell

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I'm using Samba 2.2.1a on HPUX 11 with the following in my smb.conf:

-----------------------------------------------------------------------
[global]
   <...>

;  Printing related parmeters
   printing = hpux
   printcap name = /etc/opt/samba/printcap
   load printers = no
   lpq cache time = 15
   guest account = pcguest

[printers]
   guest ok = yes
   path = /var/opt/samba/spool
   printable = yes

   print command = /usr/bin/command_print "%p" "%s"
   lpq command = /usr/bin/command_lpq "%p" "%U" "%m" "%I"

[pr2268]
        printer = pr2268
        comment = HP LaserJet 4Si, Bldg. 21
        printable = yes
-----------------------------------------------------------------------

This doesn't work unless I move the "path", "print command", and "lpq
command" into the [ros2268] section.  The global [printers] paramaters don't
get passed to the individual printer shares.  Is this section only available
for printers loaded from the "printcap" file?

I saw others with similar issues in the mail archives, but never saw an
answer.

Thanks,

Dan T.

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we've done it with a file in /netlogon that is globally readable and is
created with poledit.

It's "config.pol" for win9x and "ntconfig.pol" for NT/2K.

Bill


On Thu, 19 Jul 2001, Luk Vermeylen wrote:

> How do I have to activate policies on a win98 box via a samba pdc server?
> Do i have to write a line in my login script, or is it just in win98 i have 
> to mention something (via poledit)?
> 
> thanx
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Hi Adrian,

How big is/are your file(s)?

We experience the same thing (Quickbooks 2001 Pro), even on our Win2K
Workstation accessing a 25MB data file on a Win2K Server (it was also this
slow on an NT 4.0 Server), so it may just be Quickbooks...

Charles

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> [mailto:samba-admin at lists.samba.org]On
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> To: samba at lists.samba.org
> Subject: Large files across 10base2
>
>
> Bit of a newbie question:
>
> We have an application (Quickbooks) that is accessing moderately large
> account files across our 10base2 network.
>
> The largest file is taking several minutes to run reports from within
> Quickbooks, and I am wondering if part of the problem is
> whether Samba,
> by default behavior, would be sending the entire contents of the file
> across the network to the client PC or if it would send only the
> necessary pieces.
>
> If this behavior would instead be dictated by the application, please
> let me know that also, as I'll bug Intuit about it. The PC
> itself is an
> HP Brio200/Cel433 with 128mb ram and an Adaptec 10/100 Combo NIC.
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
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Tim Bonnell,

Since you're using server/domain authentication.  Be sure to specify the
workgroup for that login.

Two ways to do this.

username=my_workgroup\my_username or
username=my_username,workgroup=my_workgroup

That should fix the problem.

-- TJ Rothwell

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Subject: [samba] smbmount works to one NT server, but not a second NT
  serv er
Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2001 10:11:03 +0100

I have 2 Windows-NT 4(SP5) file servers, which I want to access from my
SuSE
7.0 Linux Box.
I've installed Samba 2.2.0 (from source tarball).
I get sucess on 'smbmount //uksrv1/share1 /windows/S -o
username=bonnelltd'
but fail with   'smbmount //uksrv2/share2 /windows/Q -o
username=bonnelltd'

Both servers are running static IP adresses, which are in my /etc/hosts
file.
Both Servers have exactly the same share permissions.
Both servers are runnig WINS (if this matters).
Both servers are in the same NT domain (though the good one is a BDC,
the
bad one a member server)

The error that I got was:

28303:session setup failed :ERRnoaccess (Access denied.)
SMB connection failed

Can anyone think of anything else that I should be looking at

Regards,        Tim

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I'm using Samba 2.2.1a on HPUX 11.

I would like to load a seperate "printcap" file for each NETBIOS alias on my
server.  I've tryed setting:

    printcap name = /etc/opt/samba/printcap.%L

But it keep loading from "/etc/opt/samba/printcap." regardless of the
NETBIOS name I connect to from my client.  The %L variable doesn't seem to
be set for this parameter.  However if I use:

    include = /etc/opt/samba/smb.conf.%L

and have a seperate "smb.conf" file for each NETBIOS name, it does appear to
correctly load the right file (ie: smb.conf.serv1, smb.conf.serv2).

Thanks,

Dan Thibadeau

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Hi all,


      I have Samba 2.2.0a installed with LPRng. I am able to set up NT
clients to print to the lpd through samba. As printing is done through
samba, the host name in the queue is the one on which samba server is
running and not the real NT client hostname.
      I tried using lpr -U option with %M in smb.conf file. But this is 
allowed only to the privileged users mentioned in 'allow_user_setting' 
string in lpd.conf. If give all the users permission to use -U option,
then that creates a major security hole. (This has to be done on per user
level, as a process on user's name is spawned by samba whenever a job is
fired.)
       Can anybody help me with this ?

thanks
regards
Amit


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Hello,

I am trying to join a working Samba 2.2.1a PDC with one w2k ws. Samba is
working very well as PDC for windows nt 4 and win9x. Roaming profiles
etc. are working well. Now i would like to join the samba pdc domain
with w2k.

1. Machine account is created the same way as win nt ws account.

2. When i am trying to join domain, i am asked for username & password.
I tried as root, as "administrator", but i am getting information from
the w2k OS that "This account is one workstation account. I have to use
a normal (???) user account or local account ???!?"
As usual very clear M$ information ...
I have probably to use "domain admin group" parameter or something like
this. Any idea ? Do i have to create on w2k ws one root account with
administrator privileges ? Or administrator account belonging to root
group on the unix server, or administrator should have userid=0 on the
unix server (no, please !!!) ???
Any ideas are welcome.
You can mail me dircectly.

Greetings, Tomek Jarosinski

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On Thu, 19 Jul 2001, Sascha Mueller wrote:

> Hello Dezider and all,
>
> thanks for helping... It is getting better and better now...
>
> Problem 2 has been solved: I modified my smb.conf in two ways
> and since that every computer can print!!!!! Great!!
>
> I changed  "printcap name" from "/etc/printcap" to "cups" and
> "printer driver location" to "/samba/printers" - and that's it...
> I appended my complete smb.conf at the end of this message,
> maybe it helps someone else in the future...

You should not be using 'printer driver location with Samba 2.2.

>
> Problem 1 is still existing, but Errol gave me a good hint.
> Unfortunately I am not sure what to do exactly... But we are
> working on that :)

Make sure that the ntdrivers.tdb file is not getting removed as part of
the boot up scripts (check /var/locks/samba).  It should go in something
like /var/cache/samba).




cheers, jerry
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Hi All,

After reading oplock types, I discovered that there is one more oplock
available called filter oplock.

Does CIFS protocol support it?
Does SAMBA support it?

Thanks so much for any reply.

Ephi.

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Hello,  
 
I ve sent this question before but I might have been unclear as to what
I was enquirering about.
 
I would like to apply the "Folder Redirection" User configuration option
in a Group Policies so that I can redirect the "My Documents",
"Documents and Settings" and such folders... to the users' SAMBA home.
 
I am using DOMAIN security level and the homes do get mounted/mapped
appropriatly when the users log on to the DOMAIN (since I specified the
users home using DSA.MSC).  The users are able to write and create files
in their respective home directories.
 
But when trying to apply the Group Policy Object I get the following
error:
 
"Failed to perform redirection of folder Foldername.  The new
directories for the redirected folder could not be created.  The folder
is configured to be redirected to \\Server\share\%username%,  the final
expanded path was \\Server\share\username.  The following error occured:
This security ID may not be assigned as the owner of this object."
 
Does anyone have an idea as to why this may be happening and what I
would have to do to fix this problem?
 
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On Thu, Jul 19, 2001 at 12:08:00PM -0600, Shdwdrgn wrote:
> Just a follow-up on my own speed problems... Due to a motherboard failure, I
> have swapped out my K6-200 board for a PII-300.  The new board support UDMA
> as well (in case that matters?).  Anyway, I am now getting smooth file
> transfers without having to run tcpdump or iptraf.  Sustained speeds around
> 13Mb/s, where I was only getting 5Mb/s with the old board.
> 
> Perhaps the timing issue has something to do with overall drive speed?
> Since others have eliminated cpu speed as an issue, has anyone looked into
> this?  In my case, I have a shared drive which supports UDMA-2.  My original
> motherboard only supported PIO mode 4, but the new motherboard fully
> supports UDMA-2.  Perhaps someone who is not experiencing problems could
> throttle-back their drive and see if problems arise from this?

If anything on the software side, it would be a driver problem.

The simptoms were probably warnings of failure.  I would check the
integrity of your drive too.  

Run "badblocks -s /dev/hda $(fdisk -s /dev/hda)"
Be careful, don't add a "-w" as that will erase your drive...

Mike

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Luk,

Use poledit to create your policy file, then save it in your /netlogon
share on your samba server as "config.pol"

Win9x machines will look for this file and use it by default.  No need
to use a logon script or adjust the win98 machine.

--Mike


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From: Luk Vermeylen [mailto:luk.vermeylen at pandora.be]
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How do I have to activate policies on a win98 box via a samba pdc
server?
Do i have to write a line in my login script, or is it just in win98 i
have 
to mention something (via poledit)?

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> I'm getting "Internal error 2327" when installing MS office or Hummingbird
> Maestro - both use Windows installer.
> 
> 2327 is "Could not remove directory".

Check the permissions of the parent directory for the directory it wants to 
remove.  If you don't have write access in the current directory, you can't 
remove any subdirectory, even if you have full access to the subdirectory.

Hope that helps,

Arnold Andrews

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I think I understand what you want to do, but you can't do that on
Win9x.  You either have to set up the machine to log on to the network
or log on locally, but you can't do both.  Win9x doesn't keep an ACL
like WinNT/2K does.  WinNT will let you log on locally by selecting the
"local" domain, which is the machine name itself, but Win9x doesn't
offer that capability.

--Mike

-----Original Message-----
From: cyroreal [mailto:cyroreal at bol.com.br]
Sent: Thursday, July 19, 2001 12:52 PM
To: samba; samba-nt-domain
Subject: Re: Authentication problem


Tanks for everyone who answered my
question but i think that i was not
very clear about the problem, my samba
domain has a police rules (config.pol)
and these rules do not let win98se
users to press escape, so they have to
have a logon name and password to log
in locally on the win98se box, so what
i want is a way to only allowed user
log on locally (not by the network) on
each box that the user can log in
(locally), i hope i was clear now.
Tanks again for the help of
everybody...

Cyro


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This may not be the answer your looking for, but you could edit the
printcap entry in each smb.conf.%L file to point to it's own printcap
file.

--Mike

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I'm using Samba 2.2.1a on HPUX 11.

I would like to load a seperate "printcap" file for each NETBIOS alias
on my
server.  I've tryed setting:

    printcap name = /etc/opt/samba/printcap.%L

But it keep loading from "/etc/opt/samba/printcap." regardless of the
NETBIOS name I connect to from my client.  The %L variable doesn't seem
to
be set for this parameter.  However if I use:

    include = /etc/opt/samba/smb.conf.%L

and have a seperate "smb.conf" file for each NETBIOS name, it does
appear to
correctly load the right file (ie: smb.conf.serv1, smb.conf.serv2).

Thanks,

Dan Thibadeau
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I have an HP server running Samba 2.0.7 and we recently had an occurrence that we cannot explain.  The way that our share is setup, we allow guest logins which means that guest ok=yes.  Our network group encountered a problem with several of its routers not knowing their default route and it affected our Samba users.  Once this issue was resolved however, no one could log in as guest anymore.  After some searching, it was discovered in the smb.conf file that guest ok was now set to no.  Is there some kind of security flag or mechanism that would lock out the guest account if a login had been attempted too many times unsuccessfully?  Basically, I am asking if anyone can explain to me how before we had the network problem guest ok was set to yes and afterward it was set to no and no one manually went in and changed this value?  If you can lend some insight, I would greatly appreciate it.  

Thanks,

Karen Rosales

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What is the difference between mapping unix users to windoze users in
smbusers and using the username map option under global to point to the map
file?  Or is smbusers just the map file provided by the default
installation?
DS

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Earlier versions of Samba used 3 rpms for installation, one for common
files, one for the client files, and one for the server files.  The new
versions package everything in one rpm.  You need to look for
"samba-common" and "samba-client" rpms that still may be installed on
your system, uninstall them, then install your latest version.

--Mike

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Dear Sir,
I am newbie to Linux. I have loaded RedHat 7.1 in my machine. By default
it  has Samba 2.0.8 installed and it is working
fine.
I have downloaded the latest tar files Samba 2.2.1a  from your site. I
have  created the required rpm from it by makerpm
utility.
But when I try install the same using "rpm -Uvh "command it gives an
error  message which says there is a conflict with
"samba -swat 2.0.8.1-7.1" . This also happens if deinstall the samba
2.0.8  using "rpm -e" commnd.
It would be nice if could help me out on this matter
Regards
Tridib

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On Thursday, July 19, 2001 6:51 PM
cyroreal wrote:

> so what
> i want is a way to only allowed user
> log on locally (not by the network) on
> each box that the user can log in
> (locally), i hope i was clear now.

In which case, Samba isn't involved at all (except as the deliverer of
the system policy). There's no way Samba can handle authentication to
the local machine only. To do that you'd need some sort of replacement
for the Win98 GINA.

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On Thursday July 19th, 2001
John P Santos wrote:

> I would like to know if anyone has any idea of how you go about
sharing a
> remote printer using smbd.  That is, you configure samba to do a spool
on a
> printer that is on another window's machine.  I don't even know if
that's
> possible.  My guess would be to use smbmount or smbclient to access
the
> remote printer, and then configure smbd to run a spool for it.

One way of doing this is to use a printcap entry that runs a "filter"
which in fact uses smbclient to establish an SMB session to a printer
share on the remote machine and spool the job. I used this system a few
years back so jobs sent out from a SAP print server could be spooled to
Win98 and NT workstations without the need for dedicated network
printers. The RedHat printing system for Linux used to have a suitable
filter, and possibly still does. It don't recall there being anything
Linux specific about it so it should be doable on any *nix.

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If you are using samba rpm from redhat.com and samba.org,
what does 'rpm -qa | grep samba' print?
Make sure you don't mix redhat.com and samba.org

HTH
Oliver


Silviu Marin-Caea wrote:

>I am new to the list; I'm sorry if I bring up issues that are old.
>
>Running Red Hat 7.1 with a 2.4.5 kernel.
>
>samba 2.0.10 (and previous versions > 2.0.7) from Red Hat did this crazy
>thing with the logs:
>rarely, it would start dumping imense amounts of godknowswhat into the log
>file of one workstation.  It did this very rapidly (99% CPU) and it ended
>up filling the whole disk in a very short time.  Users came to me
>complaining, management knew that I replaced NT with linux and that
>sucked.
>
>I had to remove the logs and restart samba in a big hurry, without a
>chance of copying them some other place for analysis.
>
>I said ok, let me put samba 2.2
>
>Did so, 2.2.1a from the rpm on samba.org.
>
>Now, it is worse.
>
>Sometimes samba says a file does not exist, then it works if the user
>tries again.  That is not acceptable on a production server running a
>stable version.
>
>So,
>is there a way to make samba 2.0.10 NOT log anything about workstations?
>or,
>what logfile level do I need to set in 2.2.1a and post it here?
>
>This is what I see in the logs of most stations:
>
>[2001/07/18 13:05:43, 0] lib/util_sock.c:write_socket_data(541)
>  write_socket_data: write failure. Error = Broken pipe
>
>Lots of it!!
>
>What does it mean?
>
>Thank you.
>

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