On 05/23/2012 07:22 PM, Muhammad Yousuf Khan wrote:
check this. [ProfileShare] comment = Roaming Profile Share path = /nas/users/%D/%U valid users = %U read only = No guest ok = No browseable = yes root preexec = /scripts/smbmkdir.sh %D %U create mask = 4770 directory mask = 4770 store dos attributes = Yes map archive = No map system = No map hidden = No map readonly = no <smbmkdir.sh> #!/bin/bash if [ ! -e /nas/users/$1/$2 ]; then mkdir -p /nas/users/$1/$2 chown $2:admin-grp /nas/users/$1/$2 chmod 4770 /nas/users/$1/$2 fi exit 0 On Wed, May 23, 2012 at 8:28 PM, steve<steve@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:On 05/23/2012 03:56 PM, Collen wrote:Hi all, i've got samba 3.6 joined to a ad domain (s4 in this case) running winbind all looks ok, but i ran into a problem (for us that is) i've got 2 groups (students and employes) who have there home dirs in 2 different places. /home/students/<user> /home/employ/<user>+1 It's not just you: we have s3 connected to and s4 domain and we want e.g. /home2/students/year7 /home2/students/year7/year7a/<student> /home2/students/year7/year7b/<student> /home2/staff /home2/staff<teacher> Under winbind we cannot see how to do it. So we have used the new nss-pam-ldapd instead and store the unixHomeDirectory in the directory. As it's available in both the 2008 and s4 schema it works quickly and efficiently. With the homeDirectory [share] and unixHomeDirectory being mapped by ldapd it works fine. Just like under 2008r2. I Really do think we should look into this being standard. Winbind has done a good job since 2000 but unless it can cope with new ideas. . . I'm sure it can. It's just not as easy. Please contact us personally for full details. Cheers, Steve. http://linuxcostablanca.blogspot.com.es/p/s4bind.html -- To unsubscribe from this list go to the following URL and read the instructions: https://lists.samba.org/mailman/options/samba
Thanks that's a good idea, but nope. It doesn't work in winbind: I want a student who has a home directory in /home2/DOMAIN/students/year7/<student-name> and a teacher who has a home directory in: path = /home2/DOMAIN/staff<staff name> I can't do that with winbind.As both unixHomeDirectory and the homeDirectory attributes are available in the 20008r2 and Samba4 schemas, why not simply write the values _you_ want into the directory and map it using nss-ldapd? As m$ make it available, surely this is what they intend us to do.
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