[squid-users] RE: winbind/PAM problem - pam_auth

From: Noel Kelly <nkelly@dont-contact.us>
Date: Mon, 4 Feb 2002 09:31:17 -0000

Thanks for that, Kinkie. Having researched things in a little more depth I
cam see it is your winbind helper which is the key for me here.

I have a small problem though in that when I try and generate the configure
file I get this:

[root@manila squid-dev]# ./bootstrap.sh
aclocal: configure.in: 27: macro `AM_PROG_CC_C_O' not found in library
aclocal failed
Autotool bootstrapping failed. You will need to investigate and correct
before you can develop on this source tree
[root@manila squid-dev]#

I am running RedHat 7.2 with a full install and I cannot see any gcc
libraries or packages I have not installed. I have also had a good look
through all the docs for automake/autoconf but cannot track down this
reference or find it defined in the Squid source tree.

Please help me out here - I am stuck.

BTW: The syntax is fine : acl ukpassword proxy_auth uk+"domain users" - uk
is my NT domain, '+' is my winbind separator and the space necessitates the


-----Original Message-----
From: Chemolli Francesco (USI) [mailto:ChemolliF@GruppoCredit.it]
Sent: 04 February 2002 07:26
To: 'Noel Kelly'; 'squid-dev@squid-cache.org'
Subject: RE: winbind/PAM problem - pam_auth

> Hi,
> I wonder if anyone could tell me if Henrik Nordstrum's
> pam_auth module works
> with the Samba winbindd program ? I seem to be half way
> there but it just
> won't bite.

Why would you want to do that? There are (will be) helpers both
for NTLM and Basic authentication that talk directly to winbindd.

> I also tried defining an explicit group: acl ukpassword proxy_auth
> uk+"domain users"

This is one weird syntax.. Does it work?

> I saw also that there is a trial winbind authenticator helper
> by 'kinkie' in
> the Squid CVS but I don't seem to have got a 'configure'
> script with the
> source. Is there a way I can extract just the helper or does
> it require a
> full compile ?

It does require a full compile, but you don't need to re-install
all of squid. Once it's compiled, move the helper
bin in squid libexec dir, and alter the squid.conf accordingly.

Received on Mon Feb 04 2002 - 02:31:46 MST

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