Using Powerbroker instead of likewise
do as steps below
1- download powerbroker frome here
2- run it ,
sudo chmod a+x
run by typing it and hitting enter key
3- join by one of the below commands
You need to create a systemd unit file for this service, and then enable it. The following worked for me on Ubuntu 15.04 (upgraded from 14.04) with PBIS 8.2.2.
Create the file lwsmd.service in /lib/systemd/system like this:
Here are the contents (paste this in to the file you created above) (taken from a redhat one) ...
It has simply been rebranded, and removed from official repositories. It is now known as BeyondTrust PowerBroker Identity Services, Open Edition (not as catchy, I know), and can be found here.
Also, note that you might need to make one minor change to a config file as noted here. Namely, in the file /etc/pam.d/common-session, change the line that reads:
I am working on the same thing and for me wbinfo -u worked but getent passwd did not. I was able to get getent passwd to work by adding these packages.
apt-get install libnss-winbind libpam-winbind
Once getent passwd returned domain users I was able to ssh into the machine with my domain ...
From the WSL FAQ:
Can I run ALL Linux apps in WSL?
No! WSL is a tool aimed at enabling users who need them to run Bash
and core Linux command-line tools on Windows.
WSL does not aim to support GUI desktops or applications (e.g. Gnome,
Also, even though you will be able to run many popular server
applications (e.g. Redis), ...
I recently encountered this as well. The answer is in the netplan.io examples. You can add the line dhcp-identifier: mac to the yaml file in /etc/netplan/ and then run netplan apply to apply the change immediately.
From the last item on https://netplan.io/examples:
Windows DHCP Server
For networks where DHCP is provided by a Windows Server using ...
For those that just need a quick solution while waiting for Ubuntu to pull this bugfix from upstream:
sudo rm /etc/machine-id
This solves the duplicate IP issue by forcing the Ubuntu client to generate a new machine-id which in turn causes netplan/networkd to generate a new DUID so you'll get a new IP address from ...
For Ubuntu 16.04 configuration for greeters is taken from the configuration files in the following hierarchy:
The place to add your configuration changes is the second in the list, provided that there is nothing in the last list file to override the values ...
If group consists of single word then it should be sufficient to add following record to /etc/sudoers file:
%ActiveDirectoryUserGroup ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL
If group contain spaces then record should look like:
%Domain\ Users ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL
%Domain\ Admins ALL=(ALL:ALL) NOPASSWD:ALL
%Linux\ Admins ALL=(ALL:ALL) NOPASSWD:ALL
Here "Domain\ Users" , "Domain\ ...
From Redhat's SSSD Guide:
Setting a default domain name allows users to log in with only their username, not specifying the domain name (which would be required for users outside the primary domain).
So, under the [sssd] section of the configuration file, set the field default_domain_suffix to be blank. Keep in mind that if there is a user on the local ...
I found this bug:
I had the same problem where after I finally logged in, my $PATH variable was a ways off from what the local user. Per that bug, I updated /etc/pam.d/common-session and made the following change the line:
session sufficient pam_lsass.so
session [success=ok ...
For new users, you could place a symlink to the desired directory into /etc/skel/Desktop. Note that you may adapt the Desktop directory name depending on your locale.
For all users in general, create a root owned .desktop file in /etc/xdg/autostart folder for all users to access, and for Exec= line , create a symbolic link to the program you want users to ...
I managed to create a script that works for exactly my problem. Thanks to @kos for the answer - it helped me to show the dialog itself.
I wrote the script based on this solution but since dscl is not available for me I searched for another way to query the AD. This blog entry helped me to get started and find a solution to get exactly what I was looking for....
The problem seems to have been that my admin had created an entry on the Domain Controller for this server. This apparently caused a conflict that caused Kerberos to encounter the following error when trying to join:
kyle@Server21:~$ sudo net ads join -k
Failed to join domain: failed to lookup DC info for domain 'COMPANYNAME.LOCAL' over rpc: An internal ...
we have a long domain name with .local sufix,
%domainname\\group ALL=(ALL) ALL
%domainname.local\\group ALL=(ALL) ALL
but if I only use the groupname like this:
%Domain^Admins ALL=(ALL) ALL
The problem with the other suggestions is that
they only work when you have access to the corporate LAN (or VPN)
you have to maintain the sudoers file on each and every computer all the time
as a bonus, they didn't work for me - at all
Instead, I wanted something that
caches both the credentials and the sudo access
is centrally managed
The actual ...
Well try this before installing likewise-open
ping domain e.g. domain.com
ping doimain controller e.g. domaincontroller.domain.com
ping domain controller IP Address 192.168.X.X
For this Process I used ¨root user¨
$ sudo su
Put this below the first two lines:
The easiest way to try Likewise
Likewise Open graphical desktop utility for joining hosts to Active
To install Likewise
click on this image
or from command line
sudo apt-get install likewise-open
On Ubuntu, you can...
use Samba to act as a file server in a Windows environment integrated into Active Directory.
set up a DHCP server.
use iptables, an advanced firewall built into the kernel.
The first step is to install Ubuntu, then configure the services you need. If you have any trouble along the way, search the questions here on AskUbuntu or ask one ...
I'm editing my reply with a more detailed and accurate answer. Please refer to the link below for the answer to your inquiry, I hope it is helpful:
I'll summarize the answer here as well just in case:
"Your GDM application ...
I worked out a simple desktop app for my users in order to solve this issue. It is called ADpassword.
It checks (via kerberos tickets) password expiration date and shows a dialog when days left are under a configured threshold.
You can add it to user desktop start and run it everyday.
ADpassword in Github
Although this article (http://blogging.dragon.org.uk/samba4-ad-dc-on-ubuntu-14-04/) is titled referencing U14.04, I have successfully used it with U16.04.1LTS. Surprisingly, this article is quite close to being correct, there are just a few pieces of the puzzle missing.
First, ext4, there is no need to manually adjust the acl and attr in /etc/fstab settings....
By default, an authenticated account can only join 10 machines to a domain so either the limit has to be increased or the account used needs to have create/delete computer objects rights on the container the machines are going into.
It's all explained here: http://atherbeg.com/2017/02/23/error-insufficient-quota-exists-to-complete-the-operation/
Generally, when configuring lightdm, it's not a good idea to edit the existing files in /usr/share/lightdm/lightdm.conf.d, since they belong to various packages and changes will be overwritten next time respective package is updated. The recommended way is to create new files in /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf.d instead.
In your case you can create such a file ...
Since this original question was asked things have settled down a bit with WSL and I'd like to pass along the information.
I can report it is basically possible to do any normal Linux task in WSL that requires only the CPU. That means you can easily run GUI apps, and even entire desktop environments, but it also means that running neural networks is more ...
The following worked for me:
Add the following the end of /etc/apt/sources.list
## N.B. software from this repository is ENTIRELY UNSUPPORTED by the Ubuntu
## team. Also, please note that software in universe WILL NOT receive any
## review or updates from the Ubuntu security team.
deb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ bionic universe
The default SSD behavior will map user id and group id to a range of values. You can instead specify LDAP attributes to use if they are defined in AD.
From the manpage - http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/bionic/en/man5/sssd-ad.5.html
By default, the AD provider will map UID and GID values from the objectSID parameter in
Active Directory. For ...
now called PBIS Open 8.0.1
the same "LikeWise" . u can download it form here and the same installation and GUI.