Re: pam_mount to avoid passwd uid

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Well why do you use pam_mount for automounting the homes directories?
Using the automounter only is enough. But then you have to use
something like:

/home/... for local users
/home.remote/... for remote users

or something simular.

And then setup the automounter to mount the users home directory
when accessing /home.remote/X. I'm not familiar with nfs, but the
automounter offers various abilities to mount from nfs. This setup is
access based, and not PAM.


2012/3/30 Pablo Schuhwerk <zen.suite@xxxxxxxxx>:
> Hi guys,
> Could anyone help understand how could I get pam_mount not messing with my
> local users form /etc/passwd?
> I'm using it for LDAP users get their homes automounted from NFS.
> But it is overwriting my local homes for users from passwd file, when they
> login, it creates a new /home/$uid directory, overwriting
> the original mounted from fstab.
> Any help will be really appreciated.
> Regards,
> Ivan.
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