[Samba] Problem after update version 4.15.0

Ingo Asche foren at asche-rz.de
Fri Oct 8 19:46:02 UTC 2021

Rowland Penny schrieb am 08.10.2021 um 21:36:
> On Fri, 2021-10-08 at 21:23 +0200, Ingo Asche wrote:
>> Hi Rowland,
>> Rowland Penny schrieb am 08.10.2021 um 20:53:
>>>> You appear to have krb5-kdc installed, I suggest you remove it.
>>>> You are running Samba on an rpi, can I ask why you are building
>>>> Samba
>>>> yourself ?
>>>> Did you know that you can the latest Samba packages here:
>>>> https://apt.van-belle.nl/
>> I didn't know there are actual packages for this. I worked at first
>> with
>> the ones from Raspbian / Debian and switched to compiling to get an
>> actual version.
>>>> But then you are running a 64bit OS
>>>> But then again, all your packages are armhf
>> I'm only running the 64bit Kernel...
> Why ?, I just the default raspbian (or whatever it is they are calling
> it this week)
I began that with the Raspi 4 with 4GB and more and just wanted to my 
configuration the same. Sometimes I'm also thinking about switching from 
Raspberry OS to Ubuntu server LTS...

>>>> Why have you got 'server role check:inhibit = yes' set in
>>>> smb.conf ?
>> This is from one of many guides I found in the web which mentioned it
>> is
>> necessary...
> All that does is to allow you to run the nmbd binary and you should
> never run the nmbd binary on a DC.
Ok, then consider that deleted...
>>>> It shouldn't be this hard, my rpi DC with the PDC_Emulator FSMO
>>>> role
>>>> has been up for 60 days (just checked).
>>>> There doesn't seem to be much wrong with your setup, but it just
>>>> doesn't seem to work, would it help if I provided the notes I
>>>> made when
>>>> setting up my rpi DC's ?
>> That would be quite welcome.
> I will dig them out, check them over and send you a copy, but this will
> be tomorrow now, it is 20:32 here.
No sweat, the 4.17.8 is working and my domain to. I wanted just be of 
Here it's 21:44 ;-)
>> At least my configuration works with 4.14.8, only after update to
>> 4.15
>> the problem are starting.
> I am a bit loathe to use to use '.0' versions, Samba seems to have
> history of borking them :-D
I have no problem to leave the .0 out... :-)
>>>> Rowland
>> By the way I just saw I'm always answer you directly. This isn't the
>> correct way for the mailing, is it?
> Well no, but it happens.
I try to better myself...
> Rowland

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