[Samba] Back to 3.0.1, Winbind and Solaris 9
Sapan.Ganguly at thalesgroup.com
Wed Feb 4 09:25:22 GMT 2004
Hello, thanks for the pointers but it still won't work. I didn't have
pam_winbind.c or pam_winbind.h in the location you mention, I've put them
there now but still no luck.
I ran the crle command, do I have to do anything else to make that change
My libnss_winbind.so is only 29k, is that right? My pam_winbind.so is 27k.
From: Andrew Smith-MAGAZINES [mailto:andrew.smith.06 at bbc.co.uk]
Sent: 03 February 2004 18:17
To: Ganguly, Sapan ; samba at lists.samba.org
Subject: RE: [Samba] Back to 3.0.1, Winbind and Solaris 9
I've also got winbind authentication working with my Solaris 9. Just
looked through the truss output from your su command and noticed that your
library search path seems to be /usr/local/lib:/usr/lib. Now I can't think
that should cause a problem but it is the only difference I can see between
my system and yours. Can you try setting the search path as follows and see
if that helps,
crle -C /var/ld/ld.config -l /usr/lib:/usr/local/lib
Also can you confirm you have all of the following files present?
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Conversation: [Samba] Back to 3.0.1, Winbind and Solaris 9
Subject: [Samba] Back to 3.0.1, Winbind and Solaris 9
I've gone back to 3.0.1 to try and get winbind to work with my Solaris 9
machine and NT4 domain. Everything works except user authentication. The
wbinfo and getent commands do what they are supposed to.
I've included a truss of 'su - ganguly'
According to pamlog, the user 'ganguly' has been granted access but it is
How do I do a truss of a telnet login?
I'm hoping some one out there is good with Solaris.
Can you help?
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