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Re: [K12OSN] re: smbldap CreatingLDAPClients & smbldap slow login (P Nakashima)



I'm not sure. However, everything works on the Ubuntu fat client when I login as a "local" user. The smbldap home directory mounts and the gnome panels work. When I login as a "non-local" smbldap user, the panels don't work. Our users usually login via our thin clients to our Fedora based K12LTSP6 server. The Ubuntu fat client is a test box to see if I can add fat clients to our system, but still authenticate and mount home from our smbldap server. Could this Fedora/Ubuntu combination be part of the problem?
--Peter

Rob Owens <rowens ptd net> wrote:
I had a similar problem w/ Xubuntu 6.04 and it turned out to be specific
to the video card I had installed in that machine. Are you sure this is
related to LDAP, or could it be hardware related?

-Rob

On Fri, May 18, 2007 at 05:25:56PM -0700, P Nakashima wrote:
> Sorry Matt,
> No luck.
> I got portmap to install.
> I got nfs-common to install.
> I know home is mounted because I can GUI browse to all student folders on the smbldap server.
> However, when I login, I still can't see the top panel (Applications Places System) or the bottom panel. (desktop, app switcher, desktop switcher, trash). It's weird because everything else seems to work fine. I can open, edit, and save OO.org documents. I can pretty much do anything that doesn't require panel based commands.
> I'm stuck,
> --Peter
>
>
> Matt Oquist wrote:http://www.vcsvikings.org/docuwiki/cgi-bin/moin.cgi/CreatingLDAPClients
>
> > with the latest version of the installer
> > My first question is, how do you make sure the 'portmap' service is installed and running in Ubuntu?
>
> I've just updated the wiki page. The short answer is:
>
> $ sudo apt-get install portmap
> $ sudo /etc/init.d/portmap restart
>
> > I can login successfully. The user's smbldap desktop appears, but with a blank tool bar. I can open an OO.o document that's on the desktop, but can't access anything from the tool bar. We don't have any problems with our thin clients using the smbldap server, just the fat ones.
>
> Do you know for sure that /home is mounted? Can you log in as the
> local admin and 'su - otheruser' in a terminal to become another user,
> and then see that user's files in her home directory?
>
>
>
>
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