[Samba] smbldap-useradd problem
Frank Van Damme
frank.vandamme at gmail.com
Wed Sep 26 15:17:12 GMT 2007
Arghl! (I'm sure you know the feeling).
I'm still hooked on Samba by example, and trying to add users to my ldap tree.
$ smbldap-useradd -m -a ldaptest2
Can't call method "get_value" on an undefined value at
/usr/sbin/smbldap-useradd line 197
The documentation of the smbldap scripts mentions this sort of error
(albeit with a different line number). Two possible problems are
1. the default group defined in smbldap.conf does not exist (the one
with defaultUserGid 513)
2. the NT "Domain Users" group is not mapped to a unix group of rid 513
=> I checked both. The group exists, it's called "Domain Users", I can
chgrp a file on the samba/ldap system to 513 and ls -l shows it's
owned by Domain Users.
=> $ net groupmap list
shows thet "Domain Users" is linked to a group called "Domain Users"
(which makes sense).
If I leave the option -a of smbldap-useradd, the command completes
with no error but off course my new user isn't a Windows user then
(pretty useless). So it's not an LDAP permissions issue since the
object /is/ created. (Why can't this script be a bit more verbose?)
Frank Van Damme A: Because it destroys the flow of the conversation
Q: Why is it bad?
A: No, it's bad.
Q: Should I top post in replies to mails or on usenet?
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