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Old 10-16-2006, 07:07 AM   #1
ljs
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Unhappy autofs and NIS


Hello

As several others I have problems accessing /home user directories placed on a RH ES3 server (host), on a client (client)also running RH ES3. NIS is setup (su works), nfs, autofs are running, access to auto.master on host ok. I can list user directories on 'client' but not change down in them (file access error).

What can be wrong?

ps: I have 4 other clients with same RH ES3 running with exact same configuration. No problems for them to access /home host

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