Re: shared directory
Thanks for the very nice answer. I'll give it a try when I get back from a
school trip this weekend.
> nigel barker wrote:
>> To facilitate migration from my current network to skolelinux, I want to
>> create a shared directory where all students have access.
>> I created a directory in /home on tjener (ie same level as home0) and
>> a samba share for it. The share shows up fine on windows workstations,
>> how do I get from a linux terminal client? I tried to create a NFS
>> but it doesn't appear in skole/tjener
> You need to add an automount definition to ldap, if you want to hav it
> mounted under /skole on the clients.
> run this command to get a hint on how it should look like
> ldapsearch -xLLL cn=home0
> I guess this command would help you (given that you are trying to share
> out /skole/tjener/shared):
> cat << EOF | ldapadd -xWZD \
> dn: cn=shared,ou=skole,ou=Automount,dc=skole,dc=skolelinux,dc=no
> objectClass: top
> objectClass: automount
> cn: shared
> description: /skole/tjener/shared mount point
> automountInformation: -rw,rsize=8192,wsize=8192,intr,soft
> The line that starts with automountInformation actually ends with
> tjener:/skole/tjener/shared, but I think ldapadd would understand it the
> way it looks now.
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