[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Jakub Hrozek
Sent: 13. november 2012 14:58
Subject: Re: [SSSD-users] problems sssd-1.9.2
On Tue, Nov 13, 2012 at 12:44:45PM +0000, Longina Przybyszewska wrote:
I try sssd-1.9.2 on Ubuntu-Quantal with ad-provider.
So far I can login to the desktop with AD identity; Login hangs a bit
because of unknown group;
What is the best practice to resolve the group (set up
PrimaryGroupId, run idmap????)
Sorry, I don't quite understand this problem...are you seeing a particular group GID
not being converted from SID?
Or are you seeing failures due to the SSSD attempting to convert any of the
"local" groups such as "Domain Users" ?
I see messages about groups - why so many at one aduser login?
Groups: cannot find name for group ID 332400513
Groups: cannot find name for group ID 988022561
Groups: cannot find name for group ID 988803222
Groups: cannot find name for group ID .....
....and tens more...
The option 'default_shell = /bin/bash' in sssd.conf
doesn't seem to
I would expect it being visible In users info:
Into which section in the SSSD did you put the default_shell option? In
1.9.2 it was only supported in the [nss] section, we changed the option to also take
effect in the domain section during 1.9.3 development.
OK - I put it into [domain]
getent passwd imadatestuser
In pam.d/common-session I added entry for case of nonexistent homedir
reference, and shell - so ADuser can login.
Do your users have any home directory at all? Could you maybe use the fallback_homedir or
Yes, I do use fallback_homedir in [domain] section and that works.
Linux users have homedirs on NFSserver - auto.home maps are in NIS format.
Your SSSD is really great piece of software - so elegant concept ! I love it.
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