[Samba] Samba 3.x client -> Samba 2.2.x server authentication?
novosirj at umdnj.edu
Wed Oct 15 18:34:32 GMT 2003
For backward compatability, you want "passdb backend = smbpasswd", most
likely. Not that I'm sure that this is even used when password server is
used, but this is the old passdb backend.
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On Wed, 15 Oct 2003 kend at xanoptix.com wrote:
> Hey, all. I've upgraded my workstation (Debian) to the Debian Samba 3.x
> install. I decided to start from scratch with my smb.conf, because I didn't
> know enough to be wary of what parameters were deleted, etc. So I put
> password server = sambapdc
> into my smb.conf, and figured it would "Just Work." No dice. A glance at
> the log file shows"
> [2003/10/15 12:11:08, 1] sam/idmap_tdb.c:db_idmap_init(331)
> idmap gid range missing or invalid
> idmap will be unable to map foreign SIDs
> Some Googling showed this to be some sort of issue with the "passdb backend"
> (which Debian set to "smbpasswd guest"), so I commented it out, thinking it
> might be conflicting with the "password server" directive. Nothing doing.
> Any hints?
> Ken D'Ambrosio
> Sr. SysAdmin,
> Xanoptix, Inc.
> P.S. I have to assume that this has already been mentioned, but the smb.conf
> manpage -- at least in the Debian version that I have -- has almost none of
> the directives listed; an obvious editing boo-boo...
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