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Re: [K12OSN] IceWM, Gnome & Nautilus FRUSTRATIONS

One machine: "wLAB" serves as a classroom server AND
it exports /home out to the other classroom servers
(because it has a SCSI drive).  The other classroom
servers "rLAB" and "mLAB" used to work just fine
mounting /home from "wLAB" when it was a Red Hat 8
box.  BUT after the fresh install of FC3, users can
log in, but they get NOTHING... only a blank desktop. 
None of the apps work ... nothing.

No LDAP. Just exporting /home and mounting via NFS. 
This used to work!  What happened with FC3?

--- David Trask <dtrask vcs u52 k12 me us> wrote:
> PLEASE fill in the one blank you are not
> answering....how are these users
> authenticating.....are you using Samba/LDAP or are
> you simply creating the
> same username and password on duplicate
> machines...or something like that.
>  Then we should be able to help you.  I have a
> totally FC3 network....I
> export my /home dirs, but we also authenticate to
> one place...the
> Samba/LDAP server....which is where all the /home
> dirs and users
> live...there are no users on the K12LTSP
> server...only apps.
> "Support list for opensource software in schools."
> <k12osn redhat com> on
> Thursday, April 28, 2005 at 4:26 PM +0000 wrote:
> >What USED to work:
> >- RedHat8.0 based K12LTSP (3.0.0) server; serving
> >/home out to other LTSP servers (all RH8).  No
> >problems.
> >- upgraded the OTHER classroom machines to FC3
> based
> >K12LTSP (4.2.0); everything still worked fine
> >
> >-upgraded the /home server to FC3 (4.2.0); did a
> >complete FRESH install
> >
> >NOW students can only log in at the one classroom
> >where the /home server is.  If they log in at the
> >other classrooms, they get the IceWM bar at the
> bottom
> >of the screen, but NO desktop ICONS and NO file
> >manager.  ALSO, they can't even USE any of the
> buttons
> >on the taskbar.  Clicking on one results in NOTHING
> >happening.  NO Firefox, no OpenOffice... nada.
> >
> >This used to work beautifully with RH8.  I bragged
> >about how little I had to work on this Linux-based
> >classroom network (all 4 classrooms).  NOW, I've
> spent
> >weeks trying to make this "new" supposed upgrade
> work.
> >
> >Doesn't ANYONE have an ALL FC3 network serving
> /home
> >out to other FC3 boxes?  Can't someone tell me what
> is
> >happening and HOW to fix it?  I'm beginning to HATE
> >Fedora Core 3, and I don't want to.  I think it's
> eye
> >candy appeal is worth it to convince people about
> the
> >validity of Linux.  BUT no amount of eye candy is
> >worth this TROUBLE!
> David N. Trask
> Technology Teacher/Coordinator
> Vassalboro Community School
> dtrask vcs u52 k12 me us
> (207)923-3100
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