On Oct 22, 2009, at 7:38 AM, Stefan Kuhne wrote:
This is probably due to an nss_ldap configuration problem. Figure out
which LDAP attribute has the user's home directory. If it's called
"myLocalHomeDirAttribute" then add the following to your /etc/
ldap.conf or /etc/nss-ldap.conf (whichever your distribution uses for
i authenticate against an externel LDAP-Server.
This server have no home entry, so i get
Which source should i motify to add a home entry or can i write a pam
nss_map_attribute homeDirectory myLocalHomeDirAttribute
If you aren't storing the home directory in LDAP, then you are out of
luck unless you want everyone to have the same home directory.
Network Systems Engineer
University of Virginia - ITC
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