This is a discussion on Re: [Samba] Winbind 3.2.0rc2 Coredump [was: Re: Help needed. Samba3.2.0rc2 - IDMAP - Windows 2008 Server - ADS Integration - Winbind] - Samba ; Scott Lovenberg wrote: > Samba-Liste wrote: >> Hi Scott, >> >> thanks for the reply. >> >> On Sat, 2008-06-28 at 05:39 -0400, Scott Lovenberg wrote: >> >>> Samba-Liste wrote: >>> >>>> Hi, >>>> >> >> [...] >> >> >>>> ...
Scott Lovenberg wrote:
> Samba-Liste wrote:
>> Hi Scott,
>> thanks for the reply.
>> On Sat, 2008-06-28 at 05:39 -0400, Scott Lovenberg wrote:
>>> Samba-Liste wrote:
>>> Have you tried using the 'nss_ldap' with the entry 'ldap' in your
>>> nsswitch.conf? I found that to be the best way to interface the LDAP
>>> backend in my case. I tried the pam route, but since Slackware does
>> that's how we do it right now as we have a Samba-LDAP-PDC. But didn't
>> get it working against my new Windows 2008 ADS server. Can you provide
>> sample configurations for nss_ldap to connect to an ADS server?
>> thank you and best regards
> Sorry for the delay, I think I jumbled my email boxes
> This is off the top of my head (as my official Samba book is at home
> and I'm at work), but, all you should need is the nss_ldap module and
> the following lines in your /etc/nsswitch.conf:
> passwd files ldap winbind compat
> shadow files ldap winbind compat
> group files ldap winbind compat
> This should enable getent passwd. IIRC, there are no dependencies for
> nss_ldap, it just needs to be compiled. At least on Slackware, as
> always, check with your upstream provider before compiling your own.
Strange... I just noticed how you fixed the problem at first, are you
sure that everything was compiled with the same libraries? Also, can
you verify that ldap_nss was compiled with the "--enable-rfc2307bis"
flag? Something isn't adding up. I fear I've missed something here.
I was taking the missing nss directory to mean that you didn't have the
correct nss modules installed, but I think you've just stumped me. Does
anyone more qualified than myself have a feeling one way or the other on
this? The fact that the library wasn't symlinked disturbs me a bit.
Could this be conflicting libraries from different compiles?
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