[Samba] Samba's winbindd is running but seems non-functional.
zombie_ryushu at yahoo.com
Mon Jun 20 00:30:26 UTC 2022
The UNIX pipe over which clients communicate with the |winbindd|
program. For security reasons, the winbind client will only attempt
to connect to the winbindd daemon if both the |/tmp/.winbindd|
directory and |/tmp/.winbindd/pipe| file are owned by root.
The UNIX pipe over which 'privileged' clients communicate with the
|winbindd| program. For security reasons, access to some winbindd
functions - like those needed by the |ntlm_auth| utility - is
restricted. By default, only users in the 'root' group will get this
access, however the administrator may change the group permissions
on $LOCKDIR/winbindd_privileged to allow programs like 'squid' to
use ntlm_auth. Note that the winbind client will only attempt to
connect to the winbindd daemon if both the
|$LOCKDIR/winbindd_privileged| directory and
|$LOCKDIR/winbindd_privileged/pipe| file are owned by root.
I noticed that I do not have the /tmp/.winbindd/pipe file. What controls
it's creation? I do have the
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