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Samba-problem under Skole/Sarge after upgrades



Hello all!

I have Sarge pr05 running in produktivity. It worked fine 'til today:

Our teachers torture the kids with windows. But since today, nobody is able to logon to XPpro. The error prompted is something like 'domain-server not found'. Using an external entrance
i found that i couldn't get connection even with smbclient:

frank@ltspserver00:frank$ smbclient -L tjener -U frank
Password:
session setup failed: NT_STATUS_LOGON_FAILURE

The same happens, when i use 'tjener.intern' or 10.0.2.2

anonymous logon seems to work:

frank@ltspserver00:frank$ smbclient -L tjener -N
Anonymous login successful
Domain=[SKOLELINUX] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 3.0.14a-Debian]

        Sharename       Type      Comment
        ---------       ----      -------
        netlogon        Disk      Network Logon Service
        IPC$            IPC       IPC Service (tjener server (Samba
3.0.14a-Debian))
        ADMIN$          IPC       IPC Service (tjener server (Samba
3.0.14a-Debian))
        r23laser        Printer   Kyocera fs-1800+
        r23color        Printer   Lexmark z55
Anonymous login successful
Domain=[SKOLELINUX] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 3.0.14a-Debian]

        Server               Comment
        ---------            -------
        LZONLINEGS0
        TJENER               tjener server (Samba 3.0.14a-Debian)

        Workgroup            Master
        ---------            -------
        SKOLELINUX           TJENER

slapd, bind, dhcp, samba are running.

I did aptitude update/upgrade this morning without any problem, then restarted the server for use of the updated kernel-image 2.6.8-2-686:

tjener:root# cat /var/log/aptitude
/snip/
WICHTIG:  Dieses Protokoll zeigt nur geplante Aktionen an.  Aktionen,
die wegen
dpkg-Problemen fehlschlagen sind vielleicht nicht abgeschlossen.

Werde 7 Pakete installieren und 0 Pakete entfernen.
4096B werden auf der Festplatte freigegeben werden
===============================================================================
[UPGRADE] courier-authdaemon 0.47-4sarge3 -> 0.47-4sarge4
[UPGRADE] courier-base 0.47-4sarge3 -> 0.47-4sarge4
[UPGRADE] courier-imap 3.0.8-4sarge3 -> 3.0.8-4sarge4
[UPGRADE] courier-imap-ssl 3.0.8-4sarge3 -> 3.0.8-4sarge4
[UPGRADE] courier-ldap 0.47-4sarge3 -> 0.47-4sarge4
[UPGRADE] courier-ssl 0.47-4sarge3 -> 0.47-4sarge4
[UPGRADE] debian-edu-config 0.398+svn5108 -> 0.399+svn5150
===============================================================================

Protokoll abgeschlossen.
Aptitude 0.2.15.9: Protokoll
Mon Dec 19 07:52:42 2005


WICHTIG:  Dieses Protokoll zeigt nur geplante Aktionen an.  Aktionen,
die wegen
dpkg-Problemen fehlschlagen sind vielleicht nicht abgeschlossen.

Werde 17 Pakete installieren und 0 Pakete entfernen.
406kB werden auf der Festplatte belegt werden
===============================================================================
[UPGRADE] debian-edu-config 0.399+svn5150 -> 0.399+svn5217
[UPGRADE] debian-edu-install 0.648 -> 0.648+svn5175
[UPGRADE] education-common 0.803+svn4986 -> 0.803+svn5206
[UPGRADE] education-main-server 0.803+svn4986 -> 0.803+svn5206
[UPGRADE] education-networked 0.803+svn4986 -> 0.803+svn5206
[UPGRADE] education-tasks 0.803+svn4986 -> 0.803+svn5206
[UPGRADE] gzip 1.3.5-10 -> 1.3.5-10sarge1
[UPGRADE] kernel-image-2.6.8-2-386 2.6.8-16 -> 2.6.8-16sarge1
[UPGRADE] kernel-image-2.6.8-2-686 2.6.8-16 -> 2.6.8-16sarge1
[UPGRADE] libfam0c102 2.7.0-6 -> 2.7.0-6sarge1
[UPGRADE] mc 1:4.6.0-4.6.1-pre3-3 -> 1:4.6.0-4.6.1-pre3-3sarge1
[UPGRADE] mdadm 1.9.0-4 -> 1.9.0-4sarge1
[UPGRADE] samba 3.0.14a-3 -> 3.0.14a-3sarge1
[UPGRADE] samba-common 3.0.14a-3 -> 3.0.14a-3sarge1
[UPGRADE] smbclient 3.0.14a-3 -> 3.0.14a-3sarge1
[UPGRADE] vim 1:6.3-071+1 -> 1:6.3-071+1sarge1
[UPGRADE] vim-common 1:6.3-071+1 -> 1:6.3-071+1sarge1
===============================================================================

Protokoll abgeschlossen.
Aptitude 0.2.15.9: Protokoll
Mon Dec 19 08:35:05 2005
/snip/

Yes, i tried using the old smb.conf - same result.

Any ideas?

readU
Frank



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