mkpasswd -ld: The user name could not be found.

Harald Dunkel harald@CoWare.com
Wed Jan 12 10:04:00 GMT 2005


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Corinna Vinschen wrote:

| And there was no additional "on line X" text in the error output?

I haven't seen such a line.

In the meantime I have found the broken entry (just by
looking sharp at the lists): There was one user with a
different UID in smbpasswd than in Unix /etc/passwd.
After removing this line mkpasswd -d did not complain
anymore.

Regards

Harri
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