Recently, some readers reported to us that they encountered the fact that winbindd was not found.
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Winbind is, of course, a client-side service that deletes user and group information on an absolute Windows server and allows Oracle Linux to understand Windows users and views. To set up winbind authentication, use yum to install the samba-winbind package.
I’ve always had a problem with the network, which really pissed me off.
I have three workstations running Ubuntu 13.04, one workstation running Windows i 7, and three servers running Ubuntu Server 12.04. One of the servers is a domain controller, whichIt supports Samba4 and handles Kerberos, DNS, NTP and DHCP.
Today I tried to make sure you added Ubuntu 13.10 laptop to the website name. I break
net ads join -U AdminUser and your current laptop joins the domain without error. I literally copied, copied and pasted configuration files from other workstations and checked permissions.
When I run
wbinfo I see some domain user groups and . However, when I run
getent, I really only see the local usergroups and . When I run
wbinfo -a domainuser --verbose it prompts for the user and accepts the password with no error. Kerberos works when everything is in order.
smb.conf as well as
krb5.conf are exact copies of every other (working) system I’ve read and I like the result , which even everyone has read and checked.
Did anything change in Ubuntu between 13.04 and 13.10?
- All systems
- Arch Linux
How do I start a winbind service?
Customize /etc/nsswitch.A PAM configuration update has started.Join a domain.Edit the /etc/samba/smb.conf file.Start the winbind service.