if i recall it correct, there was someone a few month?/years? ago (don't know
how long exactly),
having a similar problem with a rebooting client on logon.
I think it turned out to be a problem of the windows-machine, some very crude
Search the mailinglist-archives for it, perhaps you'll find the solution there.
Jose Manuel D. Mendinueta schrieb:
I am completely desperate.
I purged the packages, and installed las Etch version, and the same thing:
when the user name and pass is introduced on any Windows machine, it suddenly
There were some messages in the Event Log, relating to msgina.dll crahs. I
have tried with MS Knowledge base, but is useless.
Finally, I installed the pdc on a laptop with Debian Sid, samba 3.0.25a, and
the same thing...
After googling to find out information, I don not understand how this happens
only to me.
Solution: create local accounts, and map the network drives data and homes, so
users can access their shares, but not roaming profile.
Jose Manuel Delgado Mendinueta
El Monday 30 July 2007 04:39:45 Michael Lueck escribió:
Jose Manuel D. Mendinueta wrote:
I have installed Debian Etch (Samba 3.0.24) in PDC role, with 2 Windows
XP SP2 clients. When I try to join the domain in any of the clients, the
machine suddenly reboots (both).
Debian Etch gave me much grief a few months back, so "at the last minute" I
reloaded the demo server with Ununtu Server 7.04 and THANKFULLY Samba
behaved much better on that.
I had been using Debian Sarge since before Sarge went stable.
Upon returning from the presentation, the Debian Etch version released to
Stable was 3.0.24-6etch4_i386 and those packages worked fine. Previously I
had been fighting with -6etch1 and -6etch2 versions without success. As I
reloaded the demo server, of course success finally was on "another load".
(shrug) Maybe if you ever had -6etch1 and/or -6etch2 versions on the server
in question, you best *PURGE* them and install -6etch4 (at least, I do not
know if newer is now available) versions.
Lueck Data Systems
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