Jacques A. Vidrine
nectar at FreeBSD.org
Thu Dec 18 07:35:49 PST 2003
On Thu, Dec 18, 2003 at 03:31:50AM -0700, christoffer at trollcomputing.com wrote:
> Hello all!
> I'm running FreeBSD v. 5.1
> I'm having problems getting commands like
> chmod and chown to read winbind data.
> I've installed samba from ports with the
> make WITH_WINBIND_NSS=yes
> compile option.
Did you also
make WITH_WINBIND_NSS=yes install
or just `make install' ? Port make options must be set for every stage
(configure, build, install, package, etc).
> I've also created a
> /etc/nsswitch.conf file containing:
> passwd: files winbind
> group: files winbind
> I've copied the :
> (also tried /usr/local/lib)
This is not necessary. If the port was correctly installed, you will
have /usr/local/lib/nss_winbind.so.1. What is the output of
pkg_info -L samba-\* | grep nss_winbind
> I've done all the nessecary samba configurations, and can get user and groups
> with :
> wbinfo -u and -g. I've allso joined my NT domain with no problems,
> so winbind is working properly.
> The thing is that commands like chmod and chown can not assign to the winbind
> gathered user/group list.
> I belive these commands use the information from /etc/nsswitch.conf when they
> get usernames and groupnames?
> I just get "invalid argument" when trying to chown a file to a user from the
> winbind list.
> Please help me out!
Do you see anything in syslog at LOG_DEBUG level?
Jacques Vidrine NTT/Verio SME FreeBSD UNIX Heimdal
nectar at celabo.org jvidrine at verio.net nectar at freebsd.org nectar at kth.se
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