[Samba] Samba LDAP and Ubuntu
qfissler at gmail.com
Tue Jun 24 12:29:25 GMT 2008
I've not seen this problem before but maybe you should do some diagnosis of
So - now you've rebooted and you're up and running, edit the nsswitch.conf
to put ldap back.
Now try some things to test the ldap configuration.
*Can you see your ldap database contents?*
Can can a try raw dump of the db:
You can try a query to the daemon:
ldapsearch <opts to suit>
and you can try a test of the nss_ldap library:
What do you see?
2008/6/24 Gilberto Nunes <gilberto at bitmix.com.br>:
> Hi all
> I don't know if it's a bug on Samba, LDAP or ubuntu, but I search for many
> times in google
> and other sites, however I don't found any solution...
> May be any one have the same problem in the past and get help me.
> I install samba and LDAP on Ubuntu Server 7.04.
> I using smbldap-tools...
> However, when I reboot the system, the Ubuntu server don't work more...
> It's stalled on services initialize...
> I notice that the file nsswitch.conf on /etc, have this look:
> passwd: files ldap
> group: files ldap
> shadow: files
> When I change this lines to this:
> passwd: files
> group: files
> shadow: files
> All work fine! So, the system booting normaly...
> Some can help me please!
> Gilberto Nunes
> MSN: gilberto at bitmix.com.br
> Fones: 47-3348-8020
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