[Samba] Back to 3.0.1, Winbind and Solaris 9
Sapan.Ganguly at thalesgroup.com
Thu Jan 29 13:31:04 GMT 2004
Ah, I compiled with gcc 3.3.2. My machine is an Enterprise 220R so I guess
I would have compiled in 64 bit by default right? How do I force it to
compile everything in 32 bit? I think I installed the OS to be compatible
with 32 bit apps.
I have the same symbolic links as you but what is /usr/lib/security/sparcv9
What is the difference between /usr/lib/security and /lib/security?
From: Patrik Gustavsson [mailto:Patrik.Gustavsson at Sun.COM]
Sent: 29 January 2004 12:46
To: Ganguly, Sapan
Cc: 'Patrik Gustavsson'; 'Samba'; 'richard.huber at sun.com'
Subject: RE: [Samba] Back to 3.0.1, Winbind and Solaris 9
Lets take a step back,
I have used the pam.conf file on both 3.0.1 and 3.0.2rc1 and it works.
The libraries is 32 bits and is installed in /usr/lib/security and has been
compiled with gcc 3.2.3.
The only thing I have changed is that Samba is compiling pam_winbind.so
instead of pam_winbind.so.1, so I renamed pam_winbind.so to pam_winbind.so.1
in /usr/lib/security and created a symlink from pam_winbind.so to
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root other 16 Jan 26 14:13 pam_winbind.so ->
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root other 27904 Jan 28 15:25 pam_winbind.so.1
On Thu, 2004-01-29 at 12:29, Ganguly, Sapan wrote:
> Hello Patrik,
> Yes, I used your pam.conf and I have the patch installed. I can't
> think what else the problem could be.
> I can't see what happens after I type in my password. Pamlog looks
> like this -
> Jan 29 11:28:27 sun001 login: [ID 634615 auth.debug]
> pam_authtok_get:pam_sm_authenticate: flags = 0
> Jan 29 11:28:31 sun001 login: [ID 378613 auth.debug] pam_dhkeys: user
> ganguly not found Jan 29 11:28:31 sun001 login: [ID 896952 auth.debug]
> pam_unix_auth: entering
> Jan 29 11:28:31 sun001 login: [ID 219349 auth.debug] pam_unix_auth:
> user ganguly not found Jan 29 11:28:31 sun001 pam_winbind: [ID
> 572310 auth.info] Verify user `ganguly'
> Jan 29 11:28:31 sun001 pam_winbind: [ID 614614 auth.notice] user
> 'ganguly' granted acces
> Jan 29 11:28:31 sun001 login: [ID 509786 auth.debug] roles
> pam_sm_authenticate, service = teln
> et user = ganguly ruser = not set rhost = pc8723_w2k.uk.trt.thales
> It tells me that the user is granted access but then nothing happens,
> I don't get a shell even though I have an entry in smb.conf 'template
> shell = /bin/bash'
> Strange huh?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Patrik Gustavsson [mailto:Patrik.Gustavsson at Sun.COM]
> Sent: 29 January 2004 11:13
> To: Ganguly, Sapan
> Cc: 'Samba'; 'richard.huber at sun.com'; 'Patrik.Gustavsson at Sun.COM'
> Subject: Re: [Samba] Back to 3.0.1, Winbind and Solaris 9
> Did you use the pam.conf file I sent you ?
> I will attached again.
> Do you have patch 113476-08 or later installed ?
> On Thu, 2004-01-29 at 11:26, Ganguly, Sapan wrote:
> > 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 still hanging.
> > How do I do a truss of a telnet login?
> > I'm hoping some one out there is good with Solaris.
> > Can you help?
> > Thanks,
> > Sapan
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