>> Unless I'm mistaken, you seem to be trying to use it to read the password
> file for logons. The password sync option is so that when you change your
> SMB Password (smbpasswd), it changes your UNIX password as well.
>> I don't think there's any way (currently), of getting it to read /etc/passwd
> for logons (unless you can pamify it).
No, what im trying to do is to sync the unix password with the smb
password when the smb password is changed via the smbpasswd program. I
realise you cant authenticate logins using /etc/passwd with encrypted
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