Joerg.Pulz at frm2.tum.de
Mon Feb 28 15:01:50 GMT 2005
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On Mon, 28 Feb 2005, Bob Hall wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 28, 2005 at 11:56:49AM +0100, Florian Hengstberger wrote:
>> Disabled by default? Sorry, but I've never specified any
>> ldap options in my smb.conf but the server always tries
>> to authentificate the users with an ldap server.
> With or without LDAP compiled in, Samba shouldn't be asking for LDAP
> unless you specified it in smb.conf. Look in smb.conf and post the
> "passdb backend" setting.
> I played with LDAP for a while, so I have
> ; passdb backend = ldapsam
> The semicolon makes the line inactive. My installation uses tdbsam by
this is completely true for net/samba3. but as he's using net/samba which
is currently samba-2.2.12 this is wrong. in the samba-2.2.xx series the
ldapsam backend is a compile time option, so you can either have tdbsam OR
smbpasswd OR ldapsam. this behavior was changed when switching over to
samba-3.x where one can specify a different passdb backend in the smb.conf
file if it was built. this offers the possibility to build a "passdb
anyway, please make sure that the /etc/make.conf ! not smb.conf file
contains NO WITH_LDAP=yes line and recompile net/samba WITHOUT specifying
WITH_LDAP=yes on the command line.
the resulting smbd should not be linked against libldap or liblber.
if it is still linked against these two lib's there must be something
wrong in the port.
The beginning is the most important part of the work.
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