Is it a bug or a feature?
bogdan at its.uq.edu.au
Wed Jul 3 15:15:03 GMT 2002
Gerald Carter wrote:
> On Wed, 3 Jul 2002, Bogdan Iamandei wrote:
>>Is it normal for "preexec" directives to be skipped if the share they're
>>associated with does not exist in the first place?
> I think so. IIRC, the preexec is executed after the chdir. Use
> "root preexec" for runnhing a script before the chdir().
It was specified from the beginning as "root preexec" - and it
didn't work. I guess that the pam_mkhomedir would hold some
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