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Old 07-09-2012, 11:56 PM   #1
Stanislav I. Parshakov
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Mangled Icons Via NFS

I am using Ldap-server under OS Mageia2 for remote access of students. On the client is also installed Mageia2. Home directories are mounted from the server via NFS. If the client is enabled Plasma, the image icon Home, Trash, and others are created by default, become the "gear". Icons created by the user on the client are correct. The icons in the same directory, created on the server - mangled. In Gnome and LXDE does not. What I have configured incorrectly? NFS mounts as standard. The configuration of ldap-client, except for binddn, - by default. On server Plasma too.


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