[Samba] Big problems with 3.0.24-6etch6 Debian packages
Marcus Sobchak <lists at localguru.de>
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Wed Dec 19 23:22:00 GMT 2007
Am Dienstag, den 27.11.2007, 09:58 +0100 schrieb Marco De Vitis:
> I'm using Samba as a PDC with roaming profiles on a Debian Etch machine,
> the clients are Windows XP/2000 machines.
> I just installed security upgrades with aptitude, and this upgraded all
> samba 3.0.24-6etch4 packages to 3.0.24-6etch6 (except for samba-doc
> which was upgraded to 3.0.24-6etch7).
> Immediately after the upgrade, my users could not load their profiles at
> login anymore. Errors popped out regarding problems loading
> insignificant files from their profiles, such as cookies, links to
> recently opened files, Java cache files, etc.
> This caused Windows to open up a new temporary profile, making everyone
> lose their settings. PANIC!!
> I now downgraded back to all 3.0.24-6etch4 packages, and things seem to
> be working fine again.
> What's happening with Samba packages for Debian Etch?
> I saw a security announce yesterday by Steve Kemp, but it's a bit
> confusing, for Etch it lists some 6etch6 packages and some 6etch7 others.
> Are the current packages broken?
> And... is there anyone officially working on more up-to-date Samba
> packages for Debian Etch? Or will we have to live with 3.0.24 until the
> next Debian stable upgrade?
>From time to time we still have broken profiles although I've downgraded
our machine back to a working debian package on 27th Nov. to avoid more
damage. At the moment a samba 3.0.24-6etch9 is installed. But it seems
that the broken samba package has crashed the profiles of those users,
which were logged in when the broken package was installed. Those users
have problems to load their profiles. At the first login the default
profile is loaded, because the client has problems to sync files from
the server. The user has to log out and start a second login, which
works fine then. In some hard cases we have to remove the local and the
server profile to get it working again. Any idea how to fix this? It's a
kind of horror the get up to ten calls a day to fix roaming profiles.
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