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LDAP + NFS + automount home directories permissions issue

When an LDAP user logs into the system they have incorrect permissions to their home directory. LDAP and NFS services exist on the same server. The directory shows the correct ownership / ...
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Automounting home directories using LDAP in ArchLinux

I have managed to set up an OpenLDAP server that runs ArchLinux. I can now log in from the client (also ArchLinux) using the LDAP users. Now i want to mount the home directories over the network... I ...
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Autofs + NFS + LDAP sudo problems

I have a setup very similar to Dan Bishop's Ubuntu 12.04 Ultimate Server Guide. I actually created a series of ansible scripts to automate this process on my github. So I have ldap+kerberos set up ...
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Ubuntu mount of NFS home directories with AutoFS results in /etc/skel not being used

I am wanting a custom look for my Ubuntu 10.04 users, so things like the shutdown menu are not displayed and just having one panel at the bottom of the screen. Also removing some of the default ...
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Using automount on RHEL5, why are variables in the auto.master never expanded?

I'm migrating from NISPLUS to LDAP (openldap) and from RHEL4 to RHEL5. The LDAP server is running on RHEL5u4 as are the clients. On RHEL5 variable expansion in auto.master never works, whether in ...
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How do I tell autofs to mount a home directory other than that described by LDAP?

I'm using CentOS 5.3 to connect to use Kerberos for authentication and LDAP for user information. Unfortunately, the home directory for all users as stored in LDAP is "/". Very bright! So, that ...