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Re: [Samba] Using MS-DOS client




On Tue, 25 Dec 2018 10:01:14 -0500 (EST)
Steven Hirsch via samba <samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> On Tue, 25 Dec 2018, Rowland Penny via samba wrote:
> 
> >> I finally solved the problem.  After removing everything samba
> >> related from the platform, I spent an hour or two unsuccessfully
> >> trying to build an older version from source.  When that threatened
> >> to lead me into dependency hell, I gave up and reinstalled the
> >> original samba.  After restart, it began to cooperate using my
> >> original configuration!
> >> 
> >> Nothing like this sort of thing to make one doubt one's own sanity.
> >> Upon digging a bit deeper, I _suspect_ the sudden cooperation is
> >> due to my not reinstalling everything (e.g. winbind) that was
> >> there from the original Ubuntu roster.  I'm not about to verify
> >> this theory by trying to break anything again and am just thankful
> >> to have functionality back.
> 
> > No, you didn't forget to install winbind, installing samba used to
> > install it for you, but now it doesn't and your PDC needs winbind, I
> > should have asked about that :-(
> 
> I'm not quite parsing that statement.  Are you saying that winbind
> was (a) likely the cause of the problem or (b) somehow I really
> should have winbind now?
> 
> To the best of my (admittedly limited) knowledge, 'security = user'
> does not need nor involve a PDC.  Is that correct?
> 
> I can only observe that all my Windows clients (10, 7, XP, Win98) and 
> MS-DOS clients are now working as expected.
> 

So I take it from that, you only require a 'standalone server' ?
If so, you need to remove quite a bit of your smb.conf:

[global]
         workgroup = WORKGROUP
         server string = %h server (Samba, Ubuntu)
         lanman auth = yes
         client lanman auth = yes
         ntlm auth = yes
         lm announce = yes
         lm interval = 30
         dns proxy = No
         log level = 1
         log file = /var/log/samba/log.%m
         wins support = yes
         security = user
         usershare allow guests = yes
         wide links = yes
         unix extensions = no

If your workgroup is 'WORKGROUP', you can remove that line as well.

If you require guest access to a share, you should add 'map to guest =
Bad User'

Your smb.conf at present is neither one thing or the other. You will
then not require winbind.

Rowland

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