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Re: [K12OSN] LTSP and Netware/eDirectory



In answer to my own question....
The last parameter in the pam.d files should be "-zA" instead of "-A". (The -z is the automount flag.)

If anyone knows how to make the root of the Linux home directory be the Netware home directory (instead of the Netware home being a mount within the Linux home), I would be interested in hearing how to do it.

Thanks!
Mike


On Tuesday, January 27, 2004 11:11 AM, Mike Lichtenwalner <mll mtwp k12 pa us> wrote:
>Hi All,
>
>I know there were a few people using LTSP in Netware shops -
>me, too! I followed Guy Lessard's how-to in the Wiki
>(http://www.k12ltsp.org/phpwiki/index.php/InterOperability%3ANovellAuthenticationforK12LTSP?version=4),
>and it works!!...almost.
>
>The problem I'm having is that the user's home directory on the
>Netware server is not mounted when logging in from the
>terminals. According to the how-to, if the UNIX:Home Directory
>(specified in eDirectory) cannot be found, a home directory is
>created on the LTSP server - that's exactly what I am seeing.
>
>The question: In the homeDirectory path in eDirectory, what
>syntax does LTSP want to see to be able to mount the directory
>on the Netware server? (Bonus question: Will this break home
>directory access if the same user later logs in from a Windows
>or Mac workstation?)
>
>Thanks for any insights!
>Mike
>
>p.s. Guy, thanks for your work on the Linux/Netware
>authentication and for the directions!
>
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>Technology Specialist
>Manheim Township School District
>Lancaster, PA
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