[Pkg-samba-maint] Bug#535910: samba: Samba not checking /etc/group for secondary groups when determining filesystem access
stse+debian at fsing.rootsland.net
Wed Nov 18 16:04:26 UTC 2009
On Sun, Jul 05, 2009 at 06:54:27PM -0500, Trev Peterson wrote:
>When upgrading from Etch samba stopped checking secondary groups in
>/etc/group for filesystem permissions when determining filesystem
>access. We use winbind and authentication is working correctly.
I have a little newer version of samba but the same symptoms. I’m using
winbind to map the ADS groups to Unix groups (LDAP access to the ADS).
The smb process for the share is running as the user who is logged in.
But contrary to a shell access (here „id” shows all groups the user is
a member of), the smb process doesn’t seem to know which other groups
beside the primary group the user belongs to.
Shade and sweet water!
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