[Samba] sssd-ad cannot be installed with sernet samba
buhorojo.lcb at gmail.com
Wed Apr 1 09:59:15 MDT 2015
On 01/04/15 09:53, Rowland Penny wrote:
> On 01/04/15 08:09, Luca Olivetti wrote:
>> El 01/04/15 a les 09:02, L.P.H. van Belle ha escrit:
>>> switch to debian Jessie, which is fine. yes its testing atm but in a
>>> few months it wil be the new stable.
>>> Als long as you dont install to many, you wil be fine, my print
>>> server is Debian jessie for about 6 months now..
>> There are too many animals already in my zoo ;-)
>> I reluctantly added ubuntu only because of the LTS part (I'm getting old
>> and tired :-D)
>> Besides, jessie uses systemd........
> The Sernet Debian samba packages are a replacement for the Debian
> samba packages and as such they should work in the same way.
> Unfortunately (are you listening Sernet) there is a missing file!!!,
> everything that is the Debian samba packages is in the Sernet Debian
> packages (just not necessarily in the same package) apart from
> /usr/share/pam-configs/winbind, without this file, you cannot login.
> If you decide to use sssd, this will duplicate what winbind does, so
> it is an add-on, you do not need it, samba will work without it.
The poster reported that nss doesn't work. Try it. Both getent and id
return errors with winbind. That's an error with sernet, not sssd. Many
of the questions on this list are about errors with nss. sssd makes
those errors go away.
> Finally, it is (at the moment) very very easy to remove systemd from
> Jessie. From my testing, it is easier to remove systemd than to get a
> self compiled samba 4.2 to start using systemd.
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