[K12OSN] How-tos on configuring K12LTSP logons to Active Directory
twolfe at sawback.com
Tue Dec 5 07:39:07 UTC 2006
Paul, that how-to is great (an excellent improvement over my "step 1") but
it's missing what for me is the most important, which is automagically
mounting and creating a link to the users' data directories on the windows
file servers (my "step 2" and "step 3"). Have you had success with this
and if so have you made a how-to?
At the moment I have everything working great, but have a sole remaining
problem in that adding pam_mount.so to my session list in system-auth
results in a "reenter password" prompt at all logins (graphical, console,
etc.). I can't for the life of me figure out why and how to fix this.
relevant line from system-auth:
session required pam_mount.so
--> when this is commented out, I only have to enter the password once;
when it is active I need to enter the password twice. I've tried changing
"required" to optional, etc., and tried changing its position, but to no
Any ideas out there? I'm sure someone has been through this before...
On Mon, 4 Dec 2006, Paul VanGundy wrote:
> Paul and All,
> Check here:
> I posted a How-To quite a while ago on authenticating against Windows ADS.
> Paul VanGundy
> Director of Technology
> Epping School District
> P: 603.679.8003 x105
> F: 603.679.2196
> vangundypw at sau14.k12.nh.us
> Quoting Paul Nelson <pnelson.k12 at gmail.com>:
> > Yes... Please post this on the K12LTSP Wiki:
> > http://www.k12ltsp.org/phpwiki/index.php/HomePage
> > I'm just at the point where I need to do this. Having a howto on the
> > wiki would be great!
> > ;-) Paul Nelson
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