Linux Client Login to NT Domain

Linux Client Login to NT Domain

Post by moj.. » Wed, 12 Jan 2000 04:00:00



(Sorry if this message was posted twice)
Hello,
I have a little network at home consisting of:
  - NT Server connected to Cable modem acting as Proxy Server.
  - 2 other NT Client PCs w/ Internet access via the Server.
  - All accounts are created on the NT Server (so login is to the NT
Domain.)

I'd like to add Linux client to this n/w.
I just installed Corel Linux, set up the TCP/IP and Samba client
settings. (I used static IP address, and no DNS server, just like I
have on the other two clients).

When I login as root to my local Linux machine, I am able to ping the
other PCs on the network and see and access their files via the File
Manager.

I cannot, however, log in to my domain. I always get "Login Failed" at
the login prompt. I have the same user name and password defined
locally, as well.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
.mojgan.

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Linux Client Login to NT Domain

Post by Raymond Doetje » Wed, 12 Jan 2000 04:00:00


You can't "login" on to the domain as in terms of loging in and running
the logon scripts.
You can however with smbmount ////servername//share /mnt -U username
mount a share onto your Linuxbox. The server name should in your case be
put into the /etc/hosts file with ip address. Otherwise there is no way
for your Linuxbox to resolv the name to a ip address.

Raymond


> (Sorry if this message was posted twice)
> Hello,
> I have a little network at home consisting of:
>   - NT Server connected to Cable modem acting as Proxy Server.
>   - 2 other NT Client PCs w/ Internet access via the Server.
>   - All accounts are created on the NT Server (so login is to the NT
> Domain.)

> I'd like to add Linux client to this n/w.
> I just installed Corel Linux, set up the TCP/IP and Samba client
> settings. (I used static IP address, and no DNS server, just like I
> have on the other two clients).

> When I login as root to my local Linux machine, I am able to ping the
> other PCs on the network and see and access their files via the File
> Manager.

> I cannot, however, log in to my domain. I always get "Login Failed" at
> the login prompt. I have the same user name and password defined
> locally, as well.

> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> .mojgan.

> Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/
> Before you buy.


 
 
 

1. Linux Client login to NT domain

Hello,
I have a little network at home consisting of:
  - NT Server connected to Cable modem acting as Proxy Server.
  - 2 other NT Client PCs w/ Internet access via the Server.
  - All accounts are created on the NT Server (so login is to the NT
Domain.)

I'd like to add Linux client to this n/w.
I just installed Corel Linux, set up the TCP/IP and Samba client
settings. (I used static IP address, and no DNS server, just like I
have on the other two clients).

When I login as root to my local Linux machine, I am able to ping the
other PCs on the network and see and access their files via the File
Manager.

I cannot, however, log in to my domain. I always get "Login Failed" at
the login prompt. I have the same user name and password defined
locally, as well.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
.mojgan.

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