Re: [Samba] Every time I install -- same problem
- From: Ted Hilts <ehilts@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 27 Sep 2010 22:45:39 -0600
On Tue, 2010-09-28 at 11:37 +0800, Christopher Chan wrote:
On Tuesday, September 28, 2010 11:14 AM, Ted Hilts wrote:Chris
1. Every time I install SAMBA and its components I get "Server
requested plaintext password but 'client plaintext auth' is disabled". I
can't bring up any kind of a samba session. Also, I get 2 other error
messages noted below. One is about lp_bool and the other after I provide
my password. I am running on Ubuntu LUCID. In the smb file there seems
to be a lot of PAM lines -- I don't know if that is significant to what
appears to be a password type conflict between this problematic computer
and the other computers which are also Ubuntu. I don't use encryption on
the computers just text for passwords and so I guess the problem is just
that but I cannot get samba to behave even when the Samba GUI says there
is no encryption -- the error says just the opposite.
Windows XP and above do not allow plain text passwords by default.
That's the reason for the first error I read your problem correctly.
Try setting 'encrypt passwords = true' and see if the first error goes away.
I am now getting only one error message and it seems that all 3 Ubuntu
machines are having the same problem with each other -- somehow I missed
that I suppose because I'm moving my network into a Linux only network.
ANYWAY, the error I'm now getting from the 3 Ubuntu machines is :
"connection to (machine name) failed (Error
I used "machine nane" to refer to the 3 Ubuntu machines which are
"star", "cic2ext", and "Ubuntu".
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