[Samba] Debian client/workstation pam_mount
L.P.H. van Belle
belle at bazuin.nl
Thu Sep 24 11:35:37 UTC 2020
Sorry totaly forgot you mail.
Start reading here. ( its how i automount my nfsv4 )
Pam_mount, well, i seen some good examples in the list but i dont use it myself.
In to busy to look it up. Sorry.
And on the client your testing, is pam-krb5 krb5-user installed?
Just to make sure on these.
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> Robert Wooden via samba
> Verzonden: donderdag 24 september 2020 13:29
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> Onderwerp: [Samba] Debian client/workstation pam_mount
> I have some (for testing) Debian based client/workstation
> connected to my
> AD. Signing to the AD works as a domain/user should. These
> clients can, via
> Nautilus file manager, access shares on the file server manually that
> the *signed
> in domain user* is permitted to "see". I would prefer to connect these
> files and the domain user home directory automatically at
> sign in without
> manual "click this" requirement via a file manager. Like all the W10
> machines auto connect to file shares.
> I know that there are several ways to do this. The manner of
> doing this I
> have been researching is the use of pam_mount with sshfs. At
> this point I
> can command line connect to and sshfs share but, pam_mount
> continues to
> fail due to incorrect configuration settings.
> Documentation for pam_mount is weak, to say the least and
> does not discuss
> setting up these types of shares.
> Found the pam_mount forum but there has been very little
> activity there in
> months. Obviously the developers are not answer questions.
> So, someone on this list might be connecting via pam_mount
> either with nfs,
> cifs, or other file connection methodology. Anyone willing to
> talk about
> pam_mount settings as they relate to Samba 4 use?
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