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RE: [K12OSN] interoperability question



On you other question regarding home directories it is possible. I have the same setup, 2003 AD and home directories through AD and I use pam_mount to mount there home directories as well as any network folders they may need. I'm going to assuming your 90% of the way there if you are already authenticating against your AD you will need to add only a few lines to get it going. Search for pam_mount and AD home directories and if you cannot find the info you are looking for I will try to find the how to I used and send it to you.

Levi Kemp
Technology Specialist
Bolivar R-1 Schools


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From: k12osn-bounces redhat com on behalf of "Terrell Prudé Jr."
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To: Support list for open source software in schools.
Subject: Re: [K12OSN] interoperability question
 
You should go for K12LTSP 5EL, based on the new CentOS 5.  Fedora 6 is
no longer supported, as of December 2007.

    Fedora Core 6 End of Life
    From: Bill Nottingham <notting redhat com>
    To: fedora-announce-list redhat com
    Subject: Fedora Core 6 End of Life
    Date: Thu, 1 Nov 2007 14:54:49 -0400
     
    A reminder to users: Fedora Core 6 will reach its end of life for
    updates on
    Friday, December 7, 2007.

    Fedora 7 will remain supported until one month past the release of
    Fedora 9
    (as things stand, this would be roughly through the end of May, 2008).

    - The Fedora Board


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pstech insightbb com wrote:
> Hi all,
> First a little background is in order to clarify what I'd like to do
> here. I have an existing Windows 2003 AD domain, approx 400
> workstations, users set up with home directories that are assigned
> through active directory instead of a login script. I have been given
> the go-ahead to prototype a K12 LTSP setup for use in our library. I
> downloaded and installed Version 6. So far everything is going as
> planned; authentication of users is done through active directory, so
> I have a single sign on for users on either system, which is great.
> What I would like to accomplish, if possible, is to have the users
> home directory on the windows server mounted as their home directory
> when they log in on the K12 LTSP system in the library. That way
> anything that they save while on K12 LTSP would be accessible to them
> when they login elsewhere in the building on a Win XP machine. Can
> this be done, and if so, how? If there is a how-to out there that I
> missed by all means throw it my way...any and all comments are
> appreciated.
> Thanks to all,
> Bob H.
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