Hi everypeeps, I am hoping somebody here can help me.
I have Ubuntu 9.04 32bit running on a Win2K3 AD site. I have install Likewise-open5 with the lsas and gui modules (Also Vr5)
I have joined the domain and can see my Ubuntu box in AD. I have had to edit the krb5.conf file to include the realm (Not to sure why, would have thought that would be as standard) and I can log on as my Windows user by either using DOMAIN\username or firstname.lastname@example.org. Great!!!
Unfortuantely I cannot make any config changes as this user, in particular apt-get update or dpkg -i.
I have tried adding the user to sudoers by both methods above, but the @ method causes parsing errors.
I have added the user to root and admin groups by:-
adduser DOMAIN\name admin
adduser email@example.com admin
These all seem successful, but running sudo tells me I don't belong to sudoers or I don't have permission to lock the apt-get file. The AD users obviously do not appear in the Users list so I cannot add them to the groups there.
Due to the networks ISA servers, I need to be able to run sudo as myself as running SU passes the root credentials which the ISA server rejects....
Any helpful advice would be greatly appreciated.