On 5/8/20 7:35 AM, Thibault Boyeux wrote:
I'm encountering an issue after upgrading to Samba 4.12.2. I can no
longer login with an Active Directory account from a terminal or gnome.
I'm prompted with a "System error" message.
When I downgrade to samba 4.11.3 everything works fine. AD
authentication works OK with the same account from a Windows machine.
"getent passwd my_username" works well, as "getent passwd
kinit my_username(a)DOMAIN.NET <http://DOMAIN.NET>
works OK too. Logging
in in with "su <username>" from a local account works too.
SSSD version: 2.2.3. This is from an Arch Linux package, that has been
by its maintainer for compatibility with Samba 4.12 (I also compiled
sssd from the current git source code, but encountered the same cryptic
Samba version: 4.12.2
Operating system: Arch Linux (fully upgraded)
Any idea how I could fix this / investigate this further? Please find
sssd.conf and logs below - I couldn't find anything interesting in there
but I'm no expert :)
It looks like your sssd_domain.log snippet is missing the lines from the
second SSS_PAM_ACCT_MGMT request which is the one that failed.
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