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On Oct 22, 2009, at 7:38 AM, Stefan Kuhne wrote:
This is probably due to an nss_ldap configuration problem. Figure out which LDAP attribute has the user's home directory. If it's called "myLocalHomeDirAttribute" then add the following to your /etc/ ldap.conf or /etc/nss-ldap.conf (whichever your distribution uses for nss-ldap)i authenticate against an externel LDAP-Server. This server have no home entry, so i get getent passwd ... root:x:0:0:root::/bin/bash ... for example. Which source should i motify to add a home entry or can i write a pam module?
nss_map_attribute homeDirectory myLocalHomeDirAttributeIf you aren't storing the home directory in LDAP, then you are out of luck unless you want everyone to have the same home directory.
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