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I have Debian 7.3 (wheezy) installed on a VM with Mac OS X host. I didn't install UI like GNOME.

Now I installed netatalk (via apt-get) to use AFP to connect my Mac to the VM. It essentially works but I want netatalk to use the default system users (passwd / shadow files) for authentication. I didn't configure anything except this try in the /etc/netatalk/afpd.conf:

- -passwdfile=/etc/passwd/

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I just solved my problem. I was using the root user, as I didn't want to add new users (it's a local development-test-server which doesn't have to be secure). And the root user is disabled in netatalk.

Now I added another user and it's working fine!

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