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Old 03-06-2012, 09:05 AM   #1
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mount nfs-home before target

I have a little problem with nfs and systemd on Opensuse 12.1
We mount our home directory via nfs and since we use fast Virtual Machines, the login screen is ready before home is mounted, so if a user wants to login he gets an error.

So it would be a good idea to create a dependency which only starts the login, when home is mounted (I don't need the machine if I have no home, and for maintenance, I boot into runlevel 3)

I tried this with creating a file home.mount with the following content:
Description=home rpc-statd.service rpc-statd.service

and tried this lines in systemd-logind.service

but it does not help (as you see, I am a total newbee to systemd)

Any ideas how to solve this?


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