[Samba] remote home no nfs
L.P.H. van Belle
belle at bazuin.nl
Thu Jan 5 01:47:25 MST 2012
I have a stupid question, but im bit lost, and cant find the solution with google.
I have a samba ( debian ) 3.5.8 with ldap running fine.
Now i added an extra server en want to login on this server also with ssh.
this works but my users are not allowed to write in there own home folder.
server 1: debian squeeze
samba 3.5.8 + ldap
user folders in /home/users
server 2: debian squeeze
no samba, i mounted the the remote folder ( home/users ) on this server in /home/users
( only smbfs and smbclient installed )
getent passwd and getent group gives my users and groups. ( done with nsswitch and libnss-ldap and libpam-nss )
I can login with ssh or telnet so this works fine.
I think the mounted home folder is done wrong, but i need a hint
this is what i have in /etc/fstab.
//192.168.XXX.2XX/users$ /home/users cifs domain=BAZUIN,username=Administrator,password=XXXXXXX 0 0
yes i know nfs is also an option, but not for me :-( .
anyone suggestions, this would me my day really good.
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