[Samba] error in module acl: insufficient access rights (50)
dobrimaros at yahoo.pl
dobrimaros at yahoo.pl
Fri Dec 10 02:22:33 MST 2010
André, thanks, you're right. I've done it like you said.
That's what I received (13 frames) from Wireshark after importing the dump file from tcpdump (tcpdump -i lo -vv -X -w dump 'tcp port 389'): http://pastebin.com/dtGJD1G5
The dump is made after executing perl script that I attached in my first mail.
I hope that will be useful to solve my problem. I will be very grateful for any tips.
--- On Tue, 7/12/10, Andre Fonseca de Oliveira <andre.f.oliveira at cgu.gov.br> wrote:
> From: Andre Fonseca de Oliveira <andre.f.oliveira at cgu.gov.br>
> Subject: Re: [Samba] error in module acl: insufficient access rights (50)
> To: samba at lists.samba.org
> Date: Tuesday, 7 December, 2010, 17:55
> Wireshark is not needed on the
> You only need tcpdump with the "-w filename" option. This
> ouput file can later be opened with wireshark.
> André Fonseca
> On 12/07/2010 02:41 PM, dobrimaros at yahoo.pl
> > Thanks for answer.
> > The error code is 50. Actually I can't check it by
> Wireshark because I don't have graphic interface on my
> server machine where's Samba4 running.
> > Please give me a clue why it won't work. It's very
> important to me. Maybe I need to use SASL (but how? which
> mechanism should I use?).
> > Regards
> > --- 7.12.10 (Wt), Andrew Bartlett<abartlet at samba.org>
> >> Od: Andrew Bartlett<abartlet at samba.org>
> >> Temat: Re: [Samba] error in module acl:
> insufficient access rights (50)
> >> Do: "dobrimaros at yahoo.pl"<dobrimaros at yahoo.pl>
> >> DW: samba at lists.samba.org
> >> Data: 7 Grudzień 2010 (Wtorek), 6:39
> >> On Sat, 2010-12-04 at 11:48 +0000, dobrimaros at yahoo.pl
> >> wrote:
> >>> Andrew, yes, bind is successful, I can read
> >> without any problems.
> >> Until very recently, we allowed reads by
> >> users. Can you
> >> actually check the error code, and double-check
> >> Wireshark, that the
> >> bind worked?
> >>> Anil, I don't think so, because even if I run
> >> script with root privileges I'm getting the same
> >> changing the mode to 777 of anything is almost
> never the
> >> correct
> >> solution, and indeed yes, this isn't relevent for
> >> anyway.
> >> Andrew Bartlett
> >> -- Andrew Bartlett
> >> Authentication Developer, Samba Team
> >> Samba Developer, Cisco Inc.
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