[Samba] Getting Samba3.0.9 to work on Debian(woody) for AD Authentication

Unix Technician unixtech at dc.devry.edu
Thu Jan 20 21:23:29 GMT 2005



I am using samba 3.0.9 on Debian (woody) IA 64 bit server.  I have made
a post on linuxquestions.org which contains my compilation and its
arguments, krb5.conf, smb.conf, also my kinit and wbinfo -u, g, t, all
of which work.  I also have the official samba guide and samba by
example.  I do not have telnet installed and have tried to configure my
SSH PAM options.  I was wondering if anyone could send me and example
working SSH PAM module to use as a base for figuring out the
authentication.  I am in Windows server 2003 network running in native
mode and the username(s) and password(s) that I am trying to sign in
with only exist in AD.  There are only two local accounts on the
machine, root & one other.  I hope you don't think I'm trying to take a
shortcut and get someone to give me there configuration without working
for it.  Believe me I've been working on this for a while and posting is
usually my last option and I try to avoid it because as you can see from
my post on linuxquestions.org it has 400 views and zero responses.  I am
sure that I am close and have tried to eliminate all other options.  I
can give you more recent log files than what is on the post.  I just
wanted to try use a working SSH PAM config first to see if that is all
of my problems.  Here is the link to the post on linuxquestions.org.
Thanks again.




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