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I searched the net and serveral dicussion forums, but I found no solution for my problem.
I have an Suse 9.1 Server with installed OpenLDAP running.
I can create LDAP-Users and Groups with YAST. YAST also creates the necesssary "home" folder on the server under "/home/username".
When I now configure my Suse 10.0-Client to authenticate via LDAP on that server, I get the message, that there is no home for that user.
Now I tried to find a way to automount the home-directory in LDAP.
I performed a test with mounting the home-devices with the YAST-NFS-CLIENT. That worked well for me, but I want my LDAP to do that mount.
I found a How-To, that works with the "nis.schema" in the slapd.conf, but I think, that there must be a way to do that with the standard "rfc23027bis.schema", that is used in Suse by default.
What entries do I have to put in my LDAP-Tree to get the homes mountet?
Sorry for my buggy english - I hope someone understands my post and can help me,