Redhat 5.2's Samba + Windows 2000 Pro (build 1965) DOES NOT NETWORK

Redhat 5.2's Samba + Windows 2000 Pro (build 1965) DOES NOT NETWORK

Post by Slam » Sat, 30 Jan 1999 04:00:00



Should I upgrade to Samba 2.0?  Is it Windows 2000 compatible?
 
 
 

Redhat 5.2's Samba + Windows 2000 Pro (build 1965) DOES NOT NETWORK

Post by James Nor » Sat, 30 Jan 1999 04:00:00



> Should I upgrade to Samba 2.0?  Is it Windows 2000 compatible?

I have, works fine although NT5 *refuses* to send plain text passwords
even after configuring it to do so.

/James

 
 
 

Redhat 5.2's Samba + Windows 2000 Pro (build 1965) DOES NOT NETWORK

Post by Slam » Sat, 30 Jan 1999 04:00:00


So you're saying that I must upgrade to Samba v2.0 for Win2k Pro to see the
shares?




> > Should I upgrade to Samba 2.0?  Is it Windows 2000 compatible?

> I have, works fine although NT5 *refuses* to send plain text passwords
> even after configuring it to do so.

> /James

 
 
 

Redhat 5.2's Samba + Windows 2000 Pro (build 1965) DOES NOT NETWORK

Post by Greg Menk » Sat, 30 Jan 1999 04:00:00



> So you're saying that I must upgrade to Samba v2.0 for Win2k Pro to see the
> shares?




> > > Should I upgrade to Samba 2.0?  Is it Windows 2000 compatible?

> > I have, works fine although NT5 *refuses* to send plain text passwords
> > even after configuring it to do so.

> > /James

I think 1.9 will do encrypted passwords, so it should work.  I think its
the same issue as 95/98/NT password encryption.  The man pages and help
files discuss password encryption issues- and there are references to
it on the Samba website.

Gregm

 
 
 

Redhat 5.2's Samba + Windows 2000 Pro (build 1965) DOES NOT NETWORK

Post by Steve Rus » Sat, 30 Jan 1999 04:00:00


Yep, just make sure you have

encrypt passwords = yes

in your /etc/smb.conf file and you should be set. Here is a quick copy
of mine if you would like.

Also!!!!!!!  Remember to export your /etc/passwd file to
/etc/smbpasswd by running this command.

cat /etc/passwd | mksmbpasswd.sh > /etc/smbpasswd

##### /etc/smb.conf CUT HERE ##################################

workgroup = MYGROUP

wins server = WINSRV

domain controller =WINSRV

domain master = no

os level = 0
#This is for servers with two network cards or IP's. Take this out if
#you have a machine with only a single IP.
interfaces = 206.8.30.10/2 192.168.0.30/24

[global]
encrypt passwords = yes
mangle case = yes
mangled names = yes
default case = lower
case sensitive = no
preserve case = yes
short preserve case = yes

[Ftp]
comment = Share For FTP Files
path = /home/ftp
public = yes
only guest = no
writable = yes
printable = no

[WWW]
comment = Share For WWW Files
path = /home/httpd/html
public = yes
only guest = no
writable = yes
printable = no
valid users = www                    

########  Done /etc/smb.conf #################



>> So you're saying that I must upgrade to Samba v2.0 for Win2k Pro to see the
>> shares?




>> > > Should I upgrade to Samba 2.0?  Is it Windows 2000 compatible?

>> > I have, works fine although NT5 *refuses* to send plain text passwords
>> > even after configuring it to do so.

>> > /James

>I think 1.9 will do encrypted passwords, so it should work.  I think its
>the same issue as 95/98/NT password encryption.  The man pages and help
>files discuss password encryption issues- and there are references to
>it on the Samba website.

>Gregm

 
 
 

Redhat 5.2's Samba + Windows 2000 Pro (build 1965) DOES NOT NETWORK

Post by Coleg » Sun, 31 Jan 1999 04:00:00


Thanks I got everything to work re: networking, and also I got my Sound
Blaster 32 PnP to work.

Now I have the main showstopper bugs worked out on my system, but there are
still many minor bugs to be worked out.



> Yep, just make sure you have

> encrypt passwords = yes

> in your /etc/smb.conf file and you should be set. Here is a quick copy
> of mine if you would like.

> Also!!!!!!!  Remember to export your /etc/passwd file to
> /etc/smbpasswd by running this command.

> cat /etc/passwd | mksmbpasswd.sh > /etc/smbpasswd

> ##### /etc/smb.conf CUT HERE ##################################

> workgroup = MYGROUP

> wins server = WINSRV

> domain controller =WINSRV

> domain master = no

> os level = 0
> #This is for servers with two network cards or IP's. Take this out if
> #you have a machine with only a single IP.
> interfaces = 206.8.30.10/2 192.168.0.30/24

> [global]
> encrypt passwords = yes
> mangle case = yes
> mangled names = yes
> default case = lower
> case sensitive = no
> preserve case = yes
> short preserve case = yes

> [Ftp]
> comment = Share For FTP Files
> path = /home/ftp
> public = yes
> only guest = no
> writable = yes
> printable = no

> [WWW]
> comment = Share For WWW Files
> path = /home/httpd/html
> public = yes
> only guest = no
> writable = yes
> printable = no
> valid users = www                    

> ########  Done /etc/smb.conf #################



> >> So you're saying that I must upgrade to Samba v2.0 for Win2k Pro to
see the
> >> shares?




> >> > > Should I upgrade to Samba 2.0?  Is it Windows 2000 compatible?

> >> > I have, works fine although NT5 *refuses* to send plain text
passwords
> >> > even after configuring it to do so.

> >> > /James

> >I think 1.9 will do encrypted passwords, so it should work.  I think its
> >the same issue as 95/98/NT password encryption.  The man pages and help
> >files discuss password encryption issues- and there are references to
> >it on the Samba website.

> >Gregm

 
 
 

Redhat 5.2's Samba + Windows 2000 Pro (build 1965) DOES NOT NETWORK

Post by Paul » Sun, 31 Jan 1999 04:00:00


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Is Win 2000 compatable to anything? You happen to be running beta software and
you shouldnt expect it to work exactly the way it should. Wait for the final
and give it a whirl...or just stick to Unix.




>> > Should I upgrade to Samba 2.0?  Is it Windows 2000 compatible?

>> I have, works fine although NT5 *refuses* to send plain text passwords
>> even after configuring it to do so.

>> /James

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