[Samba] samba + ldap
dkirhlarov at oilspace.com
Wed Dec 14 18:06:17 GMT 2005
I carefuly read "[samba]ldapsam:trusted = yes kills smbd" thread, but
it not help me.
My samba want use domain-likes SID's.
I have 5 (possible, more) distributed over world samba servers.
This servers nothing know about neighbours. Today we are using rsync
for syncing smbpasswd files.
Also, I have several replicated ldap servers with my unix users
accounts. And I want use this servers for replacing smbpasswd files.
I have to use security = user, instead PDC-BDC, because my samba
servers can't interact.
I use samba-3.0.20b,1 on FreeBSD 6.0-STABLE
Problem is -- I can't authentificate on samba server. My smb.conf,
smb.ldif (my tree) and samba log (with log lovel = 10) accessible on
Plz, help me.
On Fri, Nov 25, 2005 at 04:43:43PM +0000, Daniel Wilson wrote:
> i had the same problem as this!! well if your using ldapsam:trusted=yes
> look for the thread titled "[samba]ldapsam:trusted = yes kills smbd"
> ..but pretty much it was this..
> "i have changed the sambaPrimaryGroupSid: S-1-1-0 on uid=nobody and
> changed sambaSID: S-1-1-0 on group nobody and it now starts yeh!! :)"
> On Fri, 2005-11-25 at 14:37, Dmitriy Kirhlarov wrote:
> > Hi, all.
> > Now my ldap-directory used for storing unix users accounts.
> > I want use it for samba auth too.
> > My samba config and ldap records attached.
> > When I try start smbd I get error in logfile:
> > [2005/11/25 16:30:21, 3]passdb/pdb_ldap.c:ldapsam_enum_group_memberships(2513) primary group of [nobody] not found
> > Any ideas?
> > WBR
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