On 05/02/2012 08:42 PM, Tom Noonan II wrote:
I have a computer room with 30 machine Ubuntu and about 200 differents users. So user_1 will logon on client_1 and he will work on /usersHomes/user_1 directory. Then, the user_2 will logon on the same client and he will work on /usersHomes/user_2 directory. I configured pam on my laptop and i can login using the credentials of some users of the ldap tree but it doesn't recognize and it doesn't mount neither the home directory nor the public directory. But logging with the same users, locally on the server, it recognizes and it use the home. I miss the configuration on the client to mount the samba share and home directories.- insert in /etc/fstab two line to mount the /user_data and /usersHomes?This is the method I prefer. Simply mount the disks on boot as you do with any other filesystem. If I'm understanding the question properly, samba and logins don't even come into play. This is just an issue of preparing the filesystems on boot. Unless these disks are some form of removable media, I don't see any reason to use autofs here.
Next thing i'll want will be that a client windows can authenticate against freeradius-ldap on the lan and can browse the samba share and his home also.
step by step! What do you suggest? thanks for your interest -- To unsubscribe from this list go to the following URL and read the instructions: https://lists.samba.org/mailman/options/samba
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