[Samba] Member Server Setup Assistance
lingpanda101 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 31 09:32:42 MST 2014
I believe you may be correct. I was under the impression 'id' would
retrieve my users but shares would fail until I set the uid and gid
numbers in Samba.
On 12/31/2014 10:52 AM, Rowland Penny wrote:
> On 31/12/14 15:42, James wrote:
>> Hello Stefan,
>> I learned the hard way about .local. I understand going forward.
>> I do have an issue with the member server. Following along with the
>> wiki I get stuck at 'Testing the Winbind user/group mapping'. Wbinfo
>> works as expected but not
>> #*id DomainUser*
>> #*getent passwd*
>> #*getent group*
>> #*chown DomainUser:DomainGroup file*
>> #*chgrp DomainGroup file*
>> I receive 'id: sambauser: No such user'. It will only retrieve local
>> machine users. Let me preface by saying this is a Ubuntu 12.04 server
>> with Samba 4.1.14. Thanks.
>> On 12/31/2014 10:00 AM, Stefan Kania wrote:
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>>> Hello James,
>>> Am 31.12.2014 um 15:48 schrieb James:> Hello,
>>>> I'm following along with the wiki(Setup a Samba AD Member Server)
>>>> and I have a question after reading the 'Set up a basic smb.conf'
>>> Please show us your smb.conf
>>> Do I need to extend the schema in order for my member server to
>>>> successfully join and service file shares?
>>> No, you dont have to.
>>> Do I need to configure a
>>>> krb5.conf file? Thanks.
>>> If your DC is a samba4 DC just copy krb5.conf to your new memberserver
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> If you followed the wiki, you will be using the 'ad' backend. For this
> to work, you need to add 'uidNumber' attributes to your users and a
> 'gidNumber' attribute to at least the Domain Users group. the numbers
> that you add must be between the range you set in your smb.conf, again
> if you followed the wiki, this will be between 500-40000.
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