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On 05/08/2010 04:00 AM, Christian PERRIER wrote:
> Quoting Mike Leone (email@example.com):
>> directories. Even tho Ubuntu 10.04 seems to have the /etc/pam.d files
>> already configured for samba, I copied over the common-account,
>> common-auth, common-password, common-session files from the 9.10 server
>> to the 10.04 server. Did the same with the nsswitch.conf file.
> This is very very probably the source of all your problems.
No, I get the exact same results, using the original files as provided
by Ubuntu. I thought *they* were the cause of the problem, so that's why
I changed them to match the working ones on the other server.
> the chances that
> your manual changes broke the planned upgrade path are high.
I kep copies of the original files, and replaced my changes with those.
Exact same errors - getent passwd fails.
> I'm suggest putting the common-* files you had after upgrading and
There was no upgrade. This was a clean install of 10.04.
> before replacing them with those of 9.10 (you kept them somewhere,
> right?) in place and reconfigure packages with "dpkg-reconfigure
Did that. Exact same error - getent passwd fails.
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