Re: HomeDirectory and OpenLdap.
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Hi, I am not sure about how OpenLdap works, but perhaps you should try creating the user account and home directory manually by using the command "useradd -m [loginname]" prior to setting up or dealing with the OpenLdap. Unless this issue only happens with a few acccounts, you should check the permissions ( particularly the execute permission ) on the directory '/home' itself. Just a feeble suggestion. Jason ----- Original Message ----- From: "Le Ngoc Thach" <lnthach@xxxxxxxxxx> To: <redhat-list@xxxxxxxxxx>; <psyche-list@xxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Wednesday, July 09, 2003 12:16 PM Subject: HomeDirectory and OpenLdap. > Hi all, > I have been using OpenLdap for Center Authentication. User's home > directory is presented by attribute "homeDirectory" in OpenLdap. > I have 2 problems: > 1) When a user login Linux (ex: using ssh from remote host), the home > directory is not still created. So there is a error message: > "Could not chdir to home directory /home/$user: No such file or directory. > ($user is real name of user). > > 2) I have 2 Linux Servers named A and B: A is running OpenLdap, B is not > but using OpenLdap in A server for Authentication. When I login to B > server, the home directory is in B. So, for a user, there are 2 home > directory: one in A and one in B. Could I use a network directory for > home directory? > > Best Regards, > Thach Le. > > > -- > Psyche-list mailing list > Psyche-list@xxxxxxxxxx > https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/psyche-list -- Psyche-list mailing list Psyche-list@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/psyche-list
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