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Returning from lock randomly takes too long in 18.04

When unlocking the computer it sometimes takes too long (1:30 minutes) to arrive to the desktop. This is happening more than one time a day. Setup: Ubuntu 18.04 with Unity 7 + Lightdm (but issue can ...
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Using sssd on a diskless PXE clients

Does Ubuntu have an equivalent of rwtab? I am attempting to get sssd to run on a read-only nfsroot. I have bypassed the logging failure with a systemd dropin file, but have yet to find an desirable ...
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Broken system with sssd-common dependencies

Ubuntu 16.04 LTS apt-get install -f Result: Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Correcting dependencies... Done The following packages ...
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SSSD and Realmd AD integration on ubuntu and Django

So I have been looking for a little while, and I haven't been able to find working instructions. I am currently trying to integrate Ubuntu 16.04 desktop with an Active Directory. I have a windows ...
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how to fix sssd segfault on ubuntu 18.04.02?

I've got an Ubuntu 18.04.02 server running samba and sssd with a decent load on it, between 300-400 active users during the day. I put it in Sunday, and it has worked fine until today the system ...
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Caches Credentials

Is anyone aware if PamCcreds works on Ubuntu 18 ? I am asking as the main way we authenticate on our Ubuntu 18 machines is sssd however for laptops I need to find a way of caching the credentials. Can ...
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Error while installing SSSD

I have the following error when running make install on sssd-2.1.0. I have tried all the options which says recompile using -fPIC to no avail. Please help. I have also used --enable-shared in my ...
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Error Ubuntu 18.04.02 LTS with add domain

We have an issue with Ubuntu 18.04.02 LTS. We are trying to add domain and we can't. Feb 18 09:32:26 nginx sshd[8383]: pam_unix(sshd:auth): authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ...
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Error “groups: cannot find the name for the group with ID …” Realm + SSSD

I have added a computer with Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS to my Active Directory, through SSSD and Realm, the operation is correct, I can log in with several users perfectly. But I have the following problem, ...
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Edit Sudoers file to allow sudo rights to a AD domain group

I recently managed to get my Ubuntu Server 18.04 machine connected to my companies Windows AD. I am able to login with my AD credentials however I want to take it a step further... This is the ...
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Wrong start and expire date in credentials cache after kerberos auth

I log in to Ubuntu 18.04 successfully with kerberos/sssd authentification in an ActiveDirectory domain. Since a few days I have an issue using my kerberos ticket/credentials cache to auth with some ...
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How can i use sudo for freeipa user in ubuntu?

I have installed Freeipa client on Ubuntu, I am able to login using remote user credentials. But the challenge is that I'm not able to run sudo with the remote user. I have tried editing the /etc/...
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“user NOT in sudoers” when using RealmD, SSSD

Recently began joining our Ubuntu server to the domain for authentication. For the most part I have been successful and believe to have all configs identical on each system. However, ran into two ...
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Issue for restricting SSH access from a Windows AD Group (using sssd)

I joined a ubuntu 16.04 server to my Windows AD for SSH authentication. It works fine until I want to restrict access to a specific group with sssd here's the content of my /etc/sssd/sssd.conf [sssd]...
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How to add an AD group members to a local group

I already have the AD integration working via sssd where a user logging in is a member of one of two AD groups. They are able to ssh into the server and if it's their first login they're granted ...
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Cannot connect to samba member server as local user a few days after AD join and SSSD

Edit: I tried to simplify the question: ========================================================================= How can I enable a local (linux/samba) user to access a samba share (member server) ...
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snap applications without permissions to write to home directory when using sssd

I have set up sssd and joined my 18.04 LTS workstation to the company domain. Most things work OK except for a couple of snap applications. When trying to run them I get errors creating files in ~/...
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Get pwd EXPIRE_DATE

I am trying to get EXPIRE_DATE of pwd for an active directory user in ubuntu. I can get information about the user with lslogins user but no information about password expire dates that are set in AD. ...
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sssd windows domain users does not have privileges over the ubuntu gui

ive currently installed a fresh ubuntu 16.04 and joined it to the domain using SSSD and realmd following this walk through: http://www.wolffhaven45.com/active-directory/...
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adcli and sssd behavior

I used to observe a ton of these messages on my domain machine. It seems after rebooting or restarting sssd, it would be normal and given time, it would start forking more and more processes and my ...
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Can't log in to Ubuntu as domain user “no passwd entry for user” (SSSD, KRB5, Samba)`

I followed this guide to join my Ubuntu 14.04 server to my domain. I have everything working - the server joined AD fine, I can kinit just fine, and dynamic DNS is working great. However, when I log ...
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Active Directory users unable to change passwords [SSSD]

I've set up an Ubuntu 16.04 system to join a AD domain following the instruction set here. I can login with AD users and everything is working correctly there, however AD users are unable to change ...
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Ubuntu 17.10 - Kerberos/SSSD AD User login only sometimes works

I am new here, so please advise me, if I did miss something about the rules here. We are running a network of computers in a Windows Server 2016 AD domain. In Ubuntu 16.04 we configured Ubuntu to ...
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How do you actually configure the /etc/sssd/sssd.conf in Ubuntu 16.4.2 LTS Desktop if using it as a Server OS

I'm having a problem configuring Ubuntu 16.4.2 LTS Desktop as a Server when trying to configure the /etc/sssd/sssd.conf file. Don't ask why I'm using Ubuntu Desktop other than I had issues with ...
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16.04 LTS Active Directory Integration with SSSD - authentication no longer working

By following this documentation, I succesfully joined my Ubuntu 16.04 LTS servers to my Active Directory running a pair of Windows 2016 domain controllers. It has been working for about two weeks but ...
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Attempting to Ubunutu to Active Directory, sssd.service failed

I'm working on adding Ubuntu to an AD domain. I've followed several guides and keep hitting the same problem: sssd.service failed. So far I have: apt-get'd samba, krb5, ntp, winbind verified that my ...
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LDAP configuraton issue

I'm trying to set up login via LDAP and AD. I can do user ID and group lookups (id my_user). Problem is when I’m trying to login with an AD/LDAP account via SSH for example. From /var/log/auth.log: ...
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How to prevent sssd package from modifying nsswitch.conf

We are running sssd on a number of Xenial servers to authenticate against Active Directory. Upon installation, the sssd package added sss to most lines in /etc/nsswitch.conf as documented in https://...
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SSSD list allowed users only

With nscd/nslcd authentication scheme, it was possible to get a list of allowed users issuing this command: getent passwd How can this be achieved with SSSD? There is an option enumeration, but this ...
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Why is sssd an unrecognized service, even though it is installed and can be restarted?

Why is sssd an unrecognized service, even though it is installed and can be restarted? BTW: This concerns Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS, it was not like that in 12.04 I will show what I mean below, I think it is ...