[Samba] how to run more than one logon script

Leonardo Carneiro chesterman86 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 28 13:54:58 MDT 2010

Hi Pascal,

Forgive me my poor english, but i didn't understood what "factorize
your code" means. Could you explain in another way (with examples, if
possible =D )? Tks in advance.

On Tue, Sep 28, 2010 at 4:52 PM, Pascal Valois <pascal.valois at devinci.fr> wrote:
>  run more than one logon script ?
> there is only one reason to do so. it's if you want to share part of login
> script between users and factorize your code.
> if you dont, then merging the script is enough, and would explain why one
> logon script is sufficient.
> Le 28/09/2010 21:49, Leonardo Carneiro a écrit :
>> Hi everyone,
>> I'm running Samba 3.4.7 with OpenLDAP as PDC and I want to run more
>> than one logon script per user.
>> What i want to achieve is:
>> Run a general logon script, that do the folder mapping of the public
>> access folders for all users.
>> AFTER this run a group-based logon script, to map some groups-related
>> folders.
>> And still after those 2 scripts, run a user-based logon script, to map
>> some user-related folders.
>> Why i'm trying to do this:
>> I want to do this because i have a lot of folders that i want to map
>> for some users that are not from the same primary group. If i create
>> only one script per user, i'll have tons of scripts, and I'll have to
>> edit each of then every time i'd want to map a folder to all users,
>> not only to those guys.
>> I'm well aware that i can specify a group or user (or other things)
>> related script in the users settings in samba, but i want to run more
>> than one script.
>> Is there a specific configuration to make this work? Is there a
>> workaround to do this?
>> Tks in advance.
> --
> Pascal Valois
> Service Informatique
> Pole Universitaire Léonard de Vinci

More information about the samba mailing list