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Thread: Use default domain with likewise-open 5.4

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    [SOLVED] Use default domain with likewise-open 5.4

    In Likewise-open 5.4, something has changed, and the line "winbind use default domain = yes" can no longer be added to "/etc/samba/lwiauthd.conf" if you want the Ubuntu login screen to assume the default domain.

    I found a thread that seems to offer a solution to this:

    http://www.mail-archive.com/likewise.../msg00141.html

    I do not understand the explanation given though. Does anyone know how to do this in 5.4?
    Last edited by Charlotte18; May 18th, 2010 at 05:07 PM. Reason: Solved

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    Re: Use default domain with likewise-open 5.4

    After some investigation, I found that enabling the line "assume-default-domain = yes" in /etc/likewise/lsassd.conf works.

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    Re: Use default domain with likewise-open 5.4

    Okay, my last post does not in fact contain a solution for 5.4. Here's how I had to resolve this issue.

    I completely removed 5.4, downloaded the 5.3 installer from likewise.com, joined the domain with that instead of with 5.4, and then enabled the line "assume-default-domain = yes" in /etc/likewise/lsassd.conf.

    I still cannot get 5.4 to work.

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    Re: Use default domain with likewise-open 5.4


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    Re: Use default domain with likewise-open 5.4

    Also, I should mention that using the version from likewise.com broke my local logins so that it was only possible to login via network accounts. For me, since I had no network accounts with admin rights, this meant that I had to boot to terminal and edit the super user rights file in order to have any control over the system.

    None of this has been terribly inconvenient, but I hope likewise works correctly when 10.04 is finally released.
    Last edited by Charlotte18; April 15th, 2010 at 01:37 AM. Reason: bad grammar

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    Re: Use default domain with likewise-open 5.4

    Does anyone know whether likewise-open 5.4 will allow the default login to be the domain, in the latest release of Ubuntu 10.04? I cannot update my machines till this issue is fixed.

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    Re: Use default domain with likewise-open 5.4

    I tried it out today, upgrade from 9.10 with likewise-open 5 to 10.04 LTS/likewise-open 5.4 and default domain doesn't work. It also didn't transfer my settings related to the restricted logins.

    It continues to treat usernames without the domain specified as unknown.

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    Re: Use default domain with likewise-open 5.4

    Did you try changing the line in lsassd.reg?

    Code:
    "AssumeDefaultDomain"=dword:00000000
    to

    Code:
    "AssumeDefaultDomain"=dword:00000001
    You changed this, and it still doesn't work in the latest release?

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    Re: Use default domain with likewise-open 5.4

    Indeed, that does not work. I changed the UseDefaultDomain settings, as well as the location to save user home directories (why the heck do they want to put "likewise-open" into the directory name?), and ran the command to update the "registry", with no luck. Neither thing actually changed when I restarted.

    Good to see that stuff in the LTS release actually has been tested to work... =P

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    Re: Use default domain with likewise-open 5.4

    At the bug report below, people are saying that the AssumeDefaultDomain setting works in package likewise-open_5.4.0.42111-3~ppa4~lucid_i386.deb. My question is, where can I get likewise-open_5.4.0.42111-3~ppa4~lucid_i386.deb?

    https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...en/+bug/534629

    EDIT: Nevermind. I seem to have found the package here:

    https://launchpad.net/~likewise-open...+build/1698123

    I'm going to try it.

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