On Wed, 2005-07-13 at 10:07 +0300, Vesko wrote:
> Adam Stokes wrote:
> > There is no need for the /etc/group file to have those entries in it
> > because Samba will map the entires from the ldap server.
> > So remove the entries in /etc/group, import the ldif
> > from /tmp/sambaGroups and map the appropriate entries (instead of
> > ntgroup='Admins' use ntgroup='Domain Admins' unixgroup='Domain Admins')
> > Remeber you are mapping from an ldap server so the entries have to
> > somewhere.
> The same errors:
> [root dt ~]# net groupmap add rid=512 ntgroup=’Domain Admins’
> unixgroup=’Domain Admins’
> Bad option: Admins’
> [root dt ~]# net groupmap add rid=512 ntgroup='Domain Admins'
> unixgroup='Domain Admins'
> Can't lookup UNIX group Domain Admins
> Is this a samba bug or ...?
> it is just not working as expected :( I did everything right up till
> this mommenet. I use samba-3.0.10-1.4E on CentOS release 4.1 (Final) and
> fedora-ds-7.1-2.RHEL4 (rpm install)
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In this how-to, down in the code block for with the "net groupmap add"
commands, there are some invalid characters. I see these things ’
instead of regular single quotes like this '. If you paste those into a
terminal it results in lots of errors. I tried to sign up for Wiki
access so that I could fix it, but it wouldn't let me sign up.
I think this may be what is causing the errors described above.