[Samba] Unable to join domain I think.
robcampbell08105 at gmail.com
Fri Sep 16 22:27:27 UTC 2022
In all things, Be Intentional.
On Fri, Sep 16, 2022 at 3:25 AM Rowland Penny via samba <
samba at lists.samba.org> wrote:
> On 15/09/2022 22:11, Rob Campbell wrote:
> > >
> > > This the other workstation.
> > >
> > >
> > > [Thu Sep 15 07:19:49] [root at D01~$] vim /etc/resolv.conf
> > (NetworkManager
> > > is updating this)
> > It might be another workstation, but it appears to using the same
> > hostname and IP
> > Rowland
> > Currently I'm only working with 3. DC01 (DC), DC02 (not really a DC but
> > it was going to be originally) and D01. Once I get these joining and
> > dns working right I plan to try to join a Fedora workstation.
> Then why did you say 'This the other workstation' ?
> > Is that script looking for smb.conf to be somewhere other than where it
> > is? Maybe that's why it says it doesn't exist?
> No, the script relies on Samba running to find the smb.conf path, this
> probably wasn't a good idea, but you are the first person that has had
> this problem.
> Samba isn't actually running.
I'm confused. This is from the wiki.
You must not start the samba service on a domain member. This service is
required only on Active Directory (AD) domain controllers (DC).
then it says:
Samba does not provide System V init scripts, systemd, upstart, or service
files for other init services.
- If you installed Samba using packages, use the script or service
configuration file provided by the package to start Samba.
- If you built Samba, see your distribution's documentation for how to
create a script or configuration to start services.
Is this referring only to the 'samba' program or does it mean smbd and nmbd
Do I manually start it or not? Should I use 'systemctl unmask smbd
nmbd;systemctl enable smbd nmbd;systemctl start nmbd smbd?'
Once I start all the services, I'm able to join and run wbinfo --ping-dc
which I wasn't able to do until I started the services.
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