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Re: Is sshfs usable and sensible as home directory file system?

On Wed, Jun 26, 2013 at 04:18:25PM +0200, Petter Reinholdtsen wrote:
> [Wolfgang Schweer]
> > By default, LTSP in wheezy uses LDM for diskless workstations. So
> > sshfs is used to access home dirs -- same as with thin clients.
> This comment made me believe that LTSP in Debian Edu Wheezy used sshfs
> to access user home directories, and that we no longer needed to add
> diskless workstations to DNS and the workstation-hosts netgroup.
> But I was wrong.  Our LTSP setup still uses NFSv4 to mount home
> directories, and it is impossible to log in if the machine isn't
> registered in GOSA and added to DNS, DHCP and the workstation-hosts
> netgroup.
> So I wonder, are you talking about some non-edu setup above, or is there
> something wrong with my setup compared to your setup?  Perhaps we should
> switch to sshfs in Debian Edu?
I'll have another look at LTSP clients soon. A few weeks ago it was as 
stated above, iirc. It was default Debian Edu setup.


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