[K12OSN] failure to mount Netware volume
bcarter at jchs.com
Mon Feb 28 23:55:27 UTC 2005
On what directory does the permissions need to be 700? THe user has full rights to their home directories on the novell server. I am pretty sure the permissions on the /home/ direcotry are already 700 by default.
---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: Aaron Woehler <awoehler at woehler.us>
Reply-To: "Support list for opensource software in schools." <k12osn at redhat.com>
Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2005 16:32:58 -0700
>Make sure that you have the correct permissions for ncpmount I believe
>they should be 700.
>I had a similiar problem and had to dig through the source files to get
>the message for the error which I believe was the same as yours.
>I used the following website as my guide to get it running.
>Burt Carter wrote:
>> I am having trouble getting my LTSP machine to mount the users home
>> directory after authentication.
>> This is really holding me up and I cannot continue until I get this
>> resolved. I am getting the following message when I tail /var/log/secure
>> [root at RHN ncpfs-2.2.4]# tail /var/log/secure
>> Feb 28 13:33:57 RHN pam_ncp_auth: running as student
>> "/usr/local/bin/ncpmount -U .student.HSMS.BOE -
>> S HSMS-HOME -A HSMS-HOME -V USER:/USER/HS/STUDENT/STUDENT -o
>> symlinks,exec -u 2001 -c 2001 -d 0700 /home/s
>> Feb 28 13:33:57 RHN pam_ncp_auth: /usr/local/bin/ncpmount
>> finished with error 51
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