At 14.49 26/06/2001 +0200, you wrote:
On Tue, Jun 26, 2001 at 02:43:34PM +0200, Adri wrote:
> I tryied to create a user in Linux named after the NT domain user but
> says no dots in usernames while my username on that domain contains a dot.
> I saw someone having the same problem on the samba list but no one
> What's wromg now?
Maybe you forgot to search the web for "samba username map linux domain"
Try google, it came up with many good-looking hits and hints when I
tried just now. I never had to deal with this stuff myself, but I do
remember reading about it in the samba docs when I last did that.
I took a look and I saw I had no username.map file. I neither had any
I run smbpasswd and created a user named adri. Then I edited the
username.map file with a
Debian_user = NT_domain_user
I also asked to my admin to erase and recreate a record for my machine in
the domain, since I read this was necessary for samba to successfully join
I restarted samba (etc/init.d/samba restart)
Then I got a different error message; this time it was
So my changes produced an effect, though not the hoped one.