[Samba] auto mount of home share
rgm at htt-consult.com
Wed Oct 20 21:39:27 MDT 2010
On 10/20/2010 11:29 PM, Robert Moskowitz wrote:
> On 10/20/2010 11:01 PM, Chris Smith wrote:
>> On Wed, Oct 20, 2010 at 9:23 PM, Robert
>> Moskowitz<rgm at htt-consult.com> wrote:
>>> I would have thought that all the lines in the smb.conf was setting
>>> up an
>>> auto mount of the home share, and I did not have to put it in the
>>> script. I have:
>> The systems have to be domain members and the users must be domain
>> users and logging on to the domain (not the local system).
> I added the system to the domain successfully and now I get the log
> onto domain option. I used a user I created on the server, is there
> something special to define a domain user? And yes I logged onto the
> domain, creating a domain user on the system (user.domain).
>> You may also need the [netlogon] share (although the logon script
>> does not
>> need to explicilty create map the "home" drive).
> The logon.bat is executing. I am getting all the shares from the bat
> file. I see the netlogon share and can mount it and open the logon.bat
>> Also your "logon home" looks possibly suspect, I have "logon home =
>> \\%N\%U" (the
>> default) on several servers (for years now) and they all work (for
>> hundreds of users). Where are you getting your documentation? When in
>> doubt don't fuck with the defaults (man smb.conf) unless you know what
>> you're doing and have a very good reason.
> This is what the developers of the Amahi.org distro have set up. hda
> is the Netbios name of the server. Does the case (%u instead of %U)
> matter? There is a bit to changing this if needed; I have to edit the
> script that builds smb.conf.
> Well I just made the change and now it is working. Now to find out if
> it is %N (how can I find out its value?) or %U.
Testing shows it is the %u instead of %U that is the error. Seems to be
case sensitive. \\hda or \\%N both work.
So I will file a bug report to the Amahi developers. Thanks for pointing
me in the right direction.
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