Re: User's home folders

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On 05/03/2012 08:24 AM, Daniel Müller wrote:
If you have samba/ldap running and the users home directories are listed in
The homes should be mounted on logon.
Other way you have [homes] and [user_data] described in your smb.conf
and [netlogon]. In netlogon there should be a batch-file to mount your
shares at logon.
Have a look:

Good Luck

EDV Daniel Müller

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i have a second question. sorry if i didn't write before.
My server has samba, smbldap-tools and ldap installed.
On the server i have a public directory /user_data with some documents
available to everyone of domain and the directory i told you "/usersHomes"
where i'll make every directory for every user. (ex:
/usersHomes/username). /user_data doesn't need authentication but a user can
enter in his home directory only.

I don't understand how these directory will be mount from the clients after
the user login.
What are the possibility?
- insert in /etc/fstab two line to mount the /user_data and /usersHomes?
- or autofs?

Thanks again

On 05/02/2012 05:02 PM, Aaron E. wrote:
No Problem,,,, You'll just need the proper filesystem iee ext3, ext4
on the partition your home folders will be on..

On 05/02/2012 10:52 AM, zingalo wrote:

i have a debian server with 2 hd, sda and sdb.
Debian is installed in sda1.
I'll create an home folder for every user. He will login into this
from the clients. Could be a problem creating and using on sdb where
there is not the operating system?


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yes, home directories are specified in the homeDirectory attribute as:


but after logging this creates the same directory on the client and this is wrong.

The home directories must be mounted at login time and i wouldn't add a line on /etc/fstab for every home of every user on every client!!!
Do you know another way?

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