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Re: [K12OSN] Samba/LDAP Management questions (Webmin,LAM,IDEALX SMC)
- From: cliebow downeast net
- To: "Support list for opensource software in schools." <k12osn redhat com>
- Subject: Re: [K12OSN] Samba/LDAP Management questions (Webmin,LAM,IDEALX SMC)
- Date: Fri, 29 Jul 2005 13:46:28 GMT
Jim how about a list of functions youd like..that little python script i
sent is a leadin to any bash script..and i have like scripts for install
from csv ad single user...even add to individual groups..chuck
> I have been having a nightmare trying to find a gui app to admin the
> Samba/LDAP configuration, at least one that works for 100% of
> operations. I don't really care which one I get to work, just so it
> works 100%. I don't want to have to explain to whoever uses the system
> why they can't click here. I also don't want to have to use a
> combination of programs to get the job done. Just be clear this is a
> fresh (acutally 3 separate fresh servers) install of K12LTSP 4.4.0 pre2
> with smbldap-installer-2.0-alpha.tgz.
> I was thinking of scrapping this idea and trying Fedora Directory
> Server. But then I started reading the install instructions (yeah
> right, confusion instructions is better fitting). I think this would
> take me 3 weeks to try and build, so this most likely is not an option
> anymore, unless someone has successfully built this and has instructions
> that don't require an oversized brain and a lack of a social life to do
> 1. I have Webmin working to edit/view existing users, but I don't have
> the right settings to add them. Anyone have an example of what settings
> should be set on in the module configuration page?
> 2. I have LAM running and it appeared to be working, however when I
> create new users, it sets up everything but their home folders.
> Currently it is set to add to /home/$user. If I create the users at the
> command line with the ./smbldap-useradd -m user it works perfectly. I
> slapcat and can see the new users, I can log in as the user, but no
> home. Any thoughts? Also I have disk quotas enabled on the /home
> partition, but the Disk Quota button in user management is still grayed
> out. Any ideas on how to enable this? Also it will not edit existing
> users, say you simply want to change a users last name because of a
> misspelling, doesn't work. Also it does not seem to be compatible with
> the spaces in the default groups created by the SMB/LDAP installer. I
> am unable to choose one of those groups because it shoots me an error
> stating that the group is invalid because of the space, Domain Users
> should be Domain_Users according to it. But I am sure that Windows
> won't work correctly unless the groups are named correctly. Ideas?
> 3. I would love to get the IDEALX SMC working most of all. But it
> appears this is broken on FC4 yet. Below is a copy of the message I just
> sent to 1st-imc lists IDEALX org
> ----------Start Message----------
> I have been trying for a few days now and cannot get IMC to run
> correctly on FC4. I get logged in, but when I click Domain
> Configuration or Account Management I get a 500 Internal Server error.
> I have tried many installations. I first tried simply using the FC3
> rpm's on FC4, that didn't work. With some advice from the k12osn list I
> found that installing rrdtool and openssl097a was needed. This got me
> farther and I could at least start the imc service (before I just
> received and error that it couldn't find libcrypto.so.4 and libssl.so.4
> when starting imc). Now on service startup it gives me a "Not a GLOB
> reference error" but start with (OK). However I am unable to stop the
> service because the system says it isn't running. If I try to
> un-install with rpm -e I get errors that it isn't installed. Also the
> login link in the upper left hand corner just directs me to a blank
> So based off advice I found posted to this list about another FC4
> problem I built new rpms on the FC4 machine from source with # rpmbuild
> -tb imc-1.2.50-1-FC3-tar.gz, this created a new imc and a imc-common
> rpm. I installed those. Then I rebuilt the samba-console from source
> as well and installed the new samba-console rpm. I am now where I was
> with the straight FC3 rpms and simply get the 500 Internal Server error.
> Is this just not ready or tested for FC4 yet? Does anyone have this
> running on FC4?
> To help out I have listed the 2 errors with more detail below:
> 500 Internal Server Error
> There was an error processing your request
> A fatal error occured :
> insufficient privileges to access /samba/conf at
> plugins/Core/IMC/RequestDispatcher.pm line 52.
> --------Start Web Server Error--------------
> at IMC::RequestDispatcher::dispatch
> at Pipeline::Dispatch::next
> at Pipeline::dispatch_loop
> at Pipeline::dispatch (plugins/Core/IMC/MainPipeline.pm:23)
> at IMC::MainPipeline::dispatch
> at IMC::HTTP::Server::process_request
> at Net::Server::run_client_connection
> at Net::Server::PreFork::run_child
> at Net::Server::PreFork::run_n_children
> at Net::Server::PreFork::loop
> at Net::Server::run (/opt/IDEALX/imc/bin/imc-server:25)
> ---------End Web Server Error-------------
> ---------Start Service Error--------------
> [root ltsp2 ~]# /etc/init.d/imc restart
> Stopping imc-server: [FAILED]
> Starting imc-server: (in cleanup) Not a GLOB reference at
> /opt/IDEALX/imc/bin/../libexec/IO/Socket/SSL.pm line 454.
> [ OK ]
> [root ltsp2 ~]#
> ---------End Service Error--------------
> --------------End Message--------------
> Jim Kronebusch
> Cotter Tech Department
> jim winonacotter org
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