[Samba] auth problem
greg at gregfolkert.net
Thu Sep 22 19:01:54 GMT 2005
On Thu, 2005-09-22 at 09:43 -0600, Ric Tibbetts wrote:
> Okay, I'll keep asking questions, until I word one in a way that
> someone will answer. :)
> i'm trying to get Samba setup. I've done this before, and it has
> never given me this much trouble.
> In short, it seems to be insisting that the user be in smbpasswd
> (I've not experienced this before).
> If the user is in smbpasswd, all seems well. If not, even though they
> exist on the server (via ldap + kerberos), I get a user not found error.
> On the last set of servers I did this on, even ones who authenticate
> via ldap, I never did anything special to samba to get it to work.
> But I've not been so lucky this time.
> The setup:
> Server: IBM AIX 5.2
> Samba 3.0.14a
> Authentication: LDAP
> Security: Kerberos
> The user entry in /etc/security/user:
> <user name>
> SYSTEM = "KRB5files"
> smb.conf (in a simple form)
> workgroup = WIN
> log level = 5 auth
> log file = /var/log/samba/%m.log
> username map = /usr/local/samba/lib/smbusers
> comment = User home directories
> guest ok = no
> read only = No
> I need the username map because the user names do not match between
> the windows clients & the samba server. So I need to map the translation.
> When I try to access the system, I get an unknown user error.
> The ONLY thing I need samba to do is provide shares (not shown above)
> to windows users. Nothing else.
> If, I add a user to samba with smbpasswd ..... then the users can
> access the shares. If not, they can't.
> I also, in the past have not had a server prompt me for passwords to
> access shares.
> I'm missing something really obvious.
> I'd really appreciate some assistance on this one.
There is a terribly good howto:
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