LDAP and groups

Nicolas Roussi nroussi at gmail.com
Tue Nov 25 17:18:28 GMT 2008


Thank you Frank. I guess I have to do that on every ltsp-server that I have,
right? And on that line I can add any group that I want my LDAP users to be
a part of?
Thanks again

On Tue, Nov 25, 2008 at 7:00 AM, <edubuntu-users-request at lists.ubuntu.com>wrote:

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> From: Sergio Dicandia <sdicandia at yahoo.com>
> Subject: Problem with USB pendrive with 8.04
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> Hi,
> I'm having troubles with pendrive on my Edubuntu 8.04 lab.
> Everything went fine with 7.10, but then the school purchased a new server
> and I installed a fresh 8.04.
> Well, everything is running fine except pendrives: as soon as I plug one in
> the server, it shows on every thinclient desktop, and an error message pops
> out with an error on dbus or something similar.
> Googleing around I found a suggestion to edit /etc/dbus-1/system.d/hal.conf
> setting a group based policy, but now I only get an error mesage stating the
> user has no rights to show the content of the pendrive.
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> Please note I have a [Default] section in my lts.conf with a LOCALDEV=True
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> From: Sergio Dicandia <sdicandia at yahoo.com>
> Subject: Autologin feature not working with 8.04
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> Hi,
> As suggested, I added an LDMAUTOLOGIN=True entry in my lts.conf, along with
> appropriate username and password entries, but still no autologin at all
> ....
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> Any clues ?
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> TIA,
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> From: "Nicolas Roussi" <nroussi at gmail.com>
> Subject: LDAP and groups
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> Hi, I have a server that is only used to store LDAP usernames and
> passwords.
> I have 2 edubuntu hardy servers that authenticate against my LDAP server
> and
> everything is working perfectly except the groups. When an LDAP user logs
> into an LTSP session, they are not part of the fuse group and therefore
> cannot access any USB devices that are plugged into the thin client. How
> can
> I make the "teacher" group that is defined on the LDAP server part of the
> "fuse" group that is on each of the 2 edubuntu servers?
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> Thanks
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> Date: Tue, 25 Nov 2008 07:18:17 +0100
> From: "Frank Bergmann" <frankswerbung at gmx.de>
> Subject: Re: LDAP and groups
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> Have a look at the folder /etc/securtity on the ltsp-server (not the
> ldap-server).
> Append
> *;*;*;Al0000-2400;plugdev,scanner,audio,fuse
> in group.conf
>
> Frank
>
> 2008/11/25 Nicolas Roussi <nroussi at gmail.com>:
> > Hi, I have a server that is only used to store LDAP usernames and
> passwords.
> > I have 2 edubuntu hardy servers that authenticate against my LDAP server
> and
> > everything is working perfectly except the groups. When an LDAP user logs
> > into an LTSP session, they are not part of the fuse group and therefore
> > cannot access any USB devices that are plugged into the thin client. How
> can
> > I make the "teacher" group that is defined on the LDAP server part of the
> > "fuse" group that is on each of the 2 edubuntu servers?
> >
> > Thanks
> >
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