[Samba] Automatic configuration of disk quotas with samba
kevinjosue at gmail.com
Sun May 6 01:48:05 GMT 2007
Hi *, currently I'm having problems trying to configure automatically
the disk quotas for users which access to a server in my work, the stage
is as following:
A server that owns services like: ssh, ftp, sftp, documents and
profiles. The one uses winbind to authenticate users against a active
directory domain controller; that's way we can't use adduser feature to
configure this quotas.
The currently solution that we have is:
A program that configure quotas using the setquota program...this is
called from the file /etc/profile, so when users log through SSH, bash
program calls that file and then our program is executed (this is done
just the first time user logs).
The problem that we have is:
When the user logs through other service which doesn't use bash and
login program, like ftp and sftp, the file /etc/profile is not executed
so our program to set quotas is not executed either.
If somebody knows other way to configure the quotas in a more general
and best way, or if somebody had treated this problem previously and
found one solution it would be very helpful.
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