Re: problem with login after fresh installation of debian edu jessie
it is still the nscd cache problem reported in the summer 2015
Check my (firstname.lastname@example.org) old email exchanges in june/july 2015
on this list.
On Mon, May 09, 2016 at 07:58:51PM +0200, Andreas Rudin wrote:
> I'm not a list member yet. I have a long experience with ltsp
> installations (debian and ubuntu) but never tried debian edu so far.
> I have just done a fresh installation of debian edu jessie with the
> debian-edu-amd64-i386-NETINST-1.iso from April 4th 2016.
> I have chosen the options "main-server, workstation and Thin-client-server"
> amd64, german, swiss (de_CH), desktop: lxde
> Everything went fine, but after the installation I only can login on the
> server with the root account.
> Login with the user created during installation fails, also with a new
> student user I created with gosa after installation.
> A thin client is booting fine and I get the graphical login prompt, but
> also here: no login possible
> I always get the message: "couldn't chdir to home directory
> /skole/tjener/home0/... permision denied"
> The permissions in /skole/tjener/home0/... are however correct.
> In /var/log/auth.log I get the message:
> "pam_group(sshd:setcred): bad group: fuse"
> And there is no group fuse in the system, although the package fuse is
> Anyone has an idea what to do?
> Thanks for any hint.
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