This is a discussion on MIME-Version:X-Mailer:Message-ID:From:Date:X-MIMETrack: - Samba ; Thanks Dale, Yes, i tried those things. I now have it working, but the answer was to not use the version of Samba that comes with Fedora 9 (3.2.0pre3, I think) I compiled 3.0.29 myself, then re-installed all the tdbs ...
Yes, i tried those things.
I now have it working, but the answer was to not use the version of Samba
that comes with Fedora 9 (3.2.0pre3, I think)
I compiled 3.0.29 myself, then re-installed all the tdbs and LDAP stuff
from the old server, then fired up that version, and all was well.
BTW - to get 3.0.29 to compile on Fedora 9, I had to comment out some
lines starting on line 37 or oplock_linux.c to remove the capget/capset
stuff.In case anyone needs it, here's a patch:
-----8<----- PUT THIS IN samba-3.0.29/source/smbd, save it as
Fedora9-patch1.diff and run 'patch -p0 < Fedora9-patch1.diff -----8<-----
--- oplock_linux.c-orig 2008-05-27 13:17:16.000000000 -0400
+++ oplock_linux.c 2008-05-27 13:17:29.000000000 -0400
@@ -34,11 +34,11 @@
-extern int capget(struct cap_user_header * hdrp,
+/* extern int capget(struct cap_user_header * hdrp,
struct cap_user_data * datap);
extern int capset(struct cap_user_header * hdrp,
const struct cap_user_data * datap);
static SIG_ATOMIC_T signals_received;
#define FD_PENDING_SIZE 100
static SIG_ATOMIC_T fd_pending_array[FD_PENDING_SIZE];
05/27/2008 01:10 PM
Re: [Samba] smbldap_open: cannot access LDAP when not root..
You may have already done this, but ==>
The only thing I can think of is rerunning "smbpasswd -w".
There's also mention of file permission changes here:
> Greetings list,
> I just upgraded my main file server, and copied over a dump of my LDAP
> database, samba conf files, tdbs, etc.
> Everything fired up OK and runs, except:
> -Some users (perhaps 5 or 6 out of 125) can't log in, getting the
> unavailable" message
> -I can't rejoin them to the domain - the process appears to succeed, but
> -One of the machine accounts that doesn't work is my main print server
> The only log error I get is:
> [2008/05/27 10:21:43, 0] lib/smbldap.c:smbldap_open(1005)
> smbldap_open: cannot access LDAP when not root..
> This occurs periodically in EVERY log file, even for working
> I have re-done granting rights to root/Administrator. I've
> everything I can think of, to no avail.
> Ideas would be greatly appreciated.
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