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Old 07-29-2005, 10:59 AM   #1
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Problems authenticating to Active Directory


I'm trying to configure winbind so windows users can login into a GNU/Linux box.

I think I'm very close to getting it, however, when I finally tried to login, I couldn't.

Code:
$ su FHEP\\ecarmona
Password:
su: Authentication service cannot retrieve authentication info.
Disculpe.
The last line is an apology.

When I looked into syslog, I saw this messages, over and over again (and in nmbd.log too)
Code:
Jul 29 10:56:33 galileo nmbd[2004]: [2005/07/29 10:56:33, 0] lib/interface.c:load_interfaces(216)
Jul 29 10:56:33 galileo nmbd[2004]:   WARNING: no network interfaces found
Jul 29 10:56:38 galileo nmbd[2004]: [2005/07/29 10:56:38, 0] lib/interface.c:load_interfaces(216)
Jul 29 10:56:38 galileo nmbd[2004]:   WARNING: no network interfaces found
Jul 29 10:56:43 galileo nmbd[2004]: [2005/07/29 10:56:43, 0] lib/interface.c:load_interfaces(216)
Jul 29 10:56:43 galileo nmbd[2004]:   WARNING: no network interfaces found
Jul 29 10:56:48 galileo nmbd[2004]: [2005/07/29 10:56:48, 0] lib/interface.c:load_interfaces(216)
Jul 29 10:56:48 galileo nmbd[2004]:   WARNING: no network interfaces found
As root, I don't get to see (to run) nmbd, so maybe there's something missing. It's ubuntu 5.04.
 
Old 08-01-2005, 11:03 AM   #2
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Does winbind -g and winbind -u show you all the users of the domain as all the groups?

If this is not working, then you are having some problem authenticating Kerberos when accesing the Active Directory.
 
Old 08-01-2005, 11:10 AM   #3
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U mean wbinfo?

wbinfo -u and -g do retrieve usernames and groups from our active directory.

PS por cierto.. por qué estamos hablando en inglés si los dos hablamos español? :-D

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Old 08-02-2005, 05:11 PM   #4
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yep, i mean wbinfo

check what type of authentication are you using with authconfig, as the error reports some kind of problem with it, it has to be with kerberos or winbind...

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